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pipe1 (n.) cuishley, feddan, pioban; piob: I am lighting my pipe - Ta mee jiargaghey my phiob. DF idiom; (v.) cloie er feddan

pipe2 (n.) (the); (yn) phiob


Inexact matches:

blast pipe (n.) pioban sheidee

briar pipe (n.) piob freoaie

delivery pipe (n.) piob-livrey

discharge pipe (n.) piob lhiggee

exhaust pipe (n.) piob hoanney

fall pipe (n.) piob neose

flue pipe (n.) feddan jaagh

gas pipe (n.) pioban gas

hawser pipe (n.) feddan caabyl

induction pipe (n.) piob ynsooeeagh

inflow pipe piob soo stiagh

knee pipe (n.) piob glioonagh

music pipe (n.) feddan kiaull

organ pipe (n.) feddan organe

pipe clay (n.) cray

pipe cleaner (n.) glenneyder piob

pipe player (n.) cloieder piobey, feddanagh

pipe rack (n.) skelloo phiob

pipe up (v.) feddanaghey neese, loayrt

pitch pipe (n.) feddan ardjey, feddan bingys

rain pipe (n.) piob liaghee

rush pipe (n.) feddan shuinagh

small pipe (n.) piobeen

smoking pipe (n.) piob

soil pipe (n.) piob vroighe

stench pipe (n.) piob phlooghane, piob vreinnid

union pipe (n.) piob uillinagh

water pipe (n.) lhiggey, piob ushtey

neck of pipe (n.) keyllane

piob (f.) pl. piobyn bagpipe, channel, pipe; smoking pipe: Lane piob dy hombaacey. DF

cloieder piobey pipe player

cloie er feddan pipe

feddanaghey neese pipe up

feddan ardjey pitch pipe

feddan bingys pitch pipe

feddan caabyl hawser pipe

feddan kiaull music pipe

feddan organe organ pipe

feddan shuinagh rush pipe

glenneyder piob pipe cleaner

keyllane neck of pipe

pioban gas gas pipe

pioban sheidee blast pipe

piobeen small pipe

piob freoaie (f.) briar pipe

piob glioonagh (f.) knee pipe

piob hoanney (f.) exhaust pipe

piob liaghee (f.) rain pipe

piob-livrey (f.) delivery pipe

piob neose (f.) fall pipe

piob phlooghane (f.) stench pipe

piob vreinnid (f.) stench pipe

piob vroighe (f.) soil pipe

piob ynsooeeagh (f.) induction pipe

skelloo phiob (f.) pipe rack

pipe-like piobanagh

pipe-maker jantagh piobey

pipe-stopper (n.) sthappag phiobey

service-pipe (n.) piob hirveish

stand-pipe (n.) piob hassoo

feddan jaagh flue, flue pipe

jantagh piobey pipe-maker

piobanagh pipe-like, tubular

piob hassoo (f.) stand-pipe

piob hirveish (f.) service-pipe

piob lhiggee (f.) (of barrel) cock; discharge pipe

piob soo stiagh (f.) inflow pipe

piob uillinagh (f.) union pipe; (Irish) bagpipe

piob ushtey (f.) conduit, water pipe

sthappag phiobey (f.) pipe-stopper

cuishley (f.) (in column) flute; pipe, syphon, thread of tow

cray (f.) ash, clay, pipe clay: slaa ee eh lesh cray as pick-hallooin Bible

pioban (pl -yn) duct, pipe, tube: Va pioban beg ayns shen neesht. SF; throttle

feddan (=Ir. feadán) 1 aqueduct, channel, duct, pipe, sleeve, sleeving, tube, tubing, vessel; 2 pl. feddanyn chanter, fife, flute, whistle a: Cur-jee moylley da er ny greïnyn strengit as y feddan Bible; 3 (of gun) barrel

feddanagh 1 blow, fluty, play, tubular, vascular, vasiform, whistle, whistle-like a: va shin gennal dy liooar loayrt ry cheilley, cloie gammanyn, feddanagh as goaill arrane. Carn; 2 (person) boatswain, pipe player, piper, whistler

loayrt (=Ir. labhairt) articulation, discourse, express, pipe up, speaking, talk, utter: As scuirr eh dy loayrt rish Bible; (as word) frame

phiob (yn); (the) pipe: Ta un feddan rooyrtyssagh jeant oc hannah oddagh fer cloie fegooish yn volg as y phiob cronnaneagh. Carn

smoke cur jaagh, jaaghey; toghtaney: He likes to smoke a clay pipe - S'laik lesh toghtaney poib-craie. JJK idiom; toght; toghan: He enjoys a good smoke - T'eh goaill soylley jeh toghtan mie. JJK idiom; jaagh: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom

lhiggey1 1 delay, go off, let, lets, let down, let off, letting, level, license, licensing, loose, permission, permit, pierce, remission, slip, suffer, broach a: lhiggey sheese feeaghyn ny boghtyn. Bible; 2 fire, firing, shoot, shooting, shoot up, discharge a: side y lhiggey n'oï Bible; 3 water pipe

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