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pleased booiagh: We shall be pleased - Beemayd booiagh. JJK idiom; my-haittin, my-haittyn: they told Saul, and the thing pleased him. - dinsh ad shoh da Saul, as byhaittin Bible And the thing pleased the king - As myhaittin lesh y ree, Bible; by-haittin: His advice pleased the king, the ministers, and parliament - By haittin lesh yn ree, ny hirveishee as yn ardwhaiyl, yn choyrle echey. JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

more pleased booie

pleased him (v.) my-haittin lesh; by-laik lesh: And the maiden pleased him - As by-laik lesh y ven aeg Bible

pleased me (v.) my-haittin lhiam

I would be pleased By haittin lhiam: I would be pleased with it - By haittin lhiam eh. DF idiom

ill-pleased (adj.) meehaitnyssagh

By haittin lhiam I would be pleased

my-haittin pleased: As my-haittin lesh y ree Bible

by-haittin pleased: As by-haittin lesh Absalom dy mie yn choyrle shoh Bible

by-haittyn pleased: As by-haittyn lesh y cheshaght y raa shoh Bible

my-haittin lhiam pleased me: As my-haittin lhiam dy mie yn raa shoh Bible

my-haittyn pleased: As mannagh my-haittyn lesh y dooinney stierree ee Bible

accept (v.) soiaghey jeh, jannoo soiagh jeh: I will be very pleased to accept your kind invitation - Beeym feer wooiagh dy hoiaghey jeh dty chuirrey dooie. DF idiom; goaill dy mie; goaill rish; lowal

advice (n.) coyrle: His advice pleased the king, the ministers, and parliament - By haittin lesh yn ree, ny hirveishee as yn ardwhaiyl, yn choyrle echey. JJK idiom; fys; skeeal; imbi

gift1 (n.) gioot: Be pleased to accept this gift - Gow my sailliu yn gioot shoh. DF idiom; nastey: Christmas gift - Nastey Nollick. DF idiom; (v.) giootal; giootal da; giootey; tortys

parliament (n.) ard-whaiyl: His advice pleased the king, the ministers, and parliament - By haittin lesh yn ree, ny hirveishee as yn ardwhaiyl, yn choyrle echey. JJK idiom; quaiyl; parlamaid, parliamaid

booiagh (=Ir. buíoch) acceptable, agreeable, contented, pleased, sufficed, willing: va mee booiagh fys y ve ayd er Bible; content

booie honour, triumph, victorious, victory; (f.) buoy; (corn) beating; more pleased: Myr shen dy vel sleih ny s'booiee ooashley gheddyn ayns y teihll shoh, na t'ad er graih Yee ny ve ayns maynrys 'sy teihll elley. CS

by-laik lesh pleased him: As by-laik lesh Haman y choyrle shoh, as doardee eh criy dy ve jeant. Bible

my-haittin lesh pleased him: As my-haittin lesh y ree, as ooilleyn pobble dy beagh eh myr shen Bible

meehaitnyssagh charmless, disagreeable, displeased, displeasing, ill-pleased, objectionable, unacceptable, unattractive, unenjoyable, unprepossessing: Lavinia gyn blass, cha vel mee credjal dy vel ayn red erbee cha marroo  as cha meehaitnyssagh. CnyO; (as job) uncongenial

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