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play bwoalley; cayrn; cloie; feddanagh; gleashaght; shiauilley; rouanagh

Inexact matches:

child's play (n.) staartey bog

costume play (n.) cloie coamree

end play feayslid king

foul play (n.) drogh-chorrym; far-chloie

match play cloie towl; ymmyrt ayns cloie

miracle play (n.) cloie mirril, mirril-chloie

mutual play co-chloie

net play cloie ec yn ingagh

passion play (n.) cloie ny Paish

play around (v.) cloie mygeayrt

play equipment (n.) cullee-chloie

play off (v.) cloie jeh noi

play on cloie roish

play out (v.) cloie gys y jerrey

play up (v.) beeal bane y chur da

play with (v.) cloie lesh

stock play cloie stoyr

stroke play (n.) cloie bwoallee

television play (n.) cloie chellveeish

unfair play cloie cam

play ducks and drakes (v.) jollickey

play on words (n.) gamman er focklyn

present a play (v.) cloie y choyrt

cloie bwoallee stroke play

cloie cam unfair play

cloie chellveeish television play

cloie coamree costume play

cloie mirril miracle play

cloie roish play on

cloie stoyr stock play

cloie towl match play

cullee-chloie (f.) play equipment

far-chloie foul, foul play

feayslid king end play

mirril-chloie miracle play

shiauilley float; play

cloie jeh noi play off

cloie ny Paish passion play

jollickey play ducks and drakes

ymmyrt ayns cloie match play

beeal bane y chur da play up

cloie ec yn ingagh net play

cloie gys y jerrey play out

cloie mygeayrt mess about; play around

cloie y choyrt present a play

co-chloie drive, match, musical accompaniment, mutual play

gamman er focklyn play on words

staartey bog child's play: Cha nel shen agh staartey bog. DF

away ersooyl: When the cats are away the mice will play - Tra ta ny kiyt ersooyl nee ny lughee cloie. JJK idiom

leaping lheim, flipperaght; lheimyraght: To play at leaping - Dy chloie lheimyraght ghrommey. DF idiom

marbles (npl.) jallooyn marmyr; marmyreen: To play marbles - Dy chloie ny marmyreenyn. DF idiom

merrier (adj.) reaie: The bigger the company, the merrier the play - Myr smoo yn cheshaght s'reaie yn cloie. JJK idiom

started fo-raad; hoshee: Play started at one o'clock - Hoshee yn cloie ec 'nane er y chlag. DF idiom

who (pron) ny; quoi: Who has forbidden you to play? - Quoi t'er n'obbal diu dy chloie? JJK idiom

cayrn (=Ir. corn.) pl. cayrnyn bugle, hooter, horn, trumpet: ny jean cayrn y heidey royd Bible; trump; play [L. cornu]

cloie lesh toying with, play with: as ren David cloie lesh e laue, myr bollagh eh: as va shleiy ayns laue Saul. Bible

drogh-chorrym (f.) bad justice, foul play, ill-treatment, oppression: Ghell eh shoh dy foalsey rish y chynney ain, as hug eh drogh-chorrym da nyn ayraghyn, myr shen dy row ad eginit nyn ~,loan veggey y hilgey magh, dy ve stroit. Bible

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

gleashaght (f.) drift, locomotion, motion, movement, play, stir up, move: yn faarkey as ooilley ny ta gleashaght ayn Bible; circulation

that (pron) shen: That's a good one - Ta shen fer mie. JJK idiom; shid: I don't like that child; therefore I shall not allow him to play with my son - Cha laik lhiam y lhiannoo shid; shen y fa cha lhigym da cloie rish my vac. JJK idiom; dy: I quite admit that he is cleverer than I am - Ta mee dy-slane goaill-rish dy vel eh ny s'aghtaley na mish. JJK idiom

therefore (adv., conj.) er y fa shen; myr shen; shen y fa: I don't like that child, therefore I shall not allow him to play with my son - Cha laik lhiam y lhiannoo shid, shen y fa cha lhigym da cloie rish my vac. JJK idiom

bwoalley (=Ir. bualadh) assault, bang, bash, batter, beat, beat up, belabour, buffet, clap, club, flap, hammer, hit, knock, mint, punch, scramble, shock, slam, slap, smite, strike, thrash, thresh, toll, wallop: honnick eh Egyptian bwoalley Hebrewnagh; fer jeh e vraaraghyn Bible; chime, ring; play; rhythm; pulsate, throb; rise of penis; (n.) percussion; striking; ringing [O.Ir. bĂșailid]

cloie (=Ir. cluich, cluiche) pl. cloiaghyn 1 act, charade, event, game, match, pastime, performance, play; 2 (v.) boil, bubble: a: Ta'n coirrey beg cloie DF; 3 enact, extemporise, perform, represent a: hig eh gy-kione, tra vees y spyrryd olk shoh ort veih Jee, dy jean eh cloie lesh e laue, as yiow couyr Bible; b: cheayll mee kiaull claaseyderyn cloie er nyn glaasaghyn Bible; 4 monkey, skylark, sport, playing: Jean oo cloie rish myr rish ushag? Bible; 5 dally

rouanagh immoral, wanton: uss ven rouanagh as almoragh Bible; lewd: gys inneenyn ny Philistinee, ta goaill nearey jeh dty aghtyn rouanagh Bible; profligate, uproarious; riotous: ayns shen hug eh jummal er e chooid liorish baghey rouanagh Bible; incontinent: Fegooish graih dooghyssagh, brishey conaantyn, casseyderyn foalsey, rouanagh, dewil, dwoaiagh er deiney mie Bible; frolicsome; play: as dirree ad seose dy ve rouanagh Bible; rioter


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