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Press (n.) (The); (Yn) Cloudeyrys; (Ny) Pabyryn Naight

press broo, chionney; broojey; chennid; chionney er; craishtey; faastan; greesaghey; jingey; lhiannaghey; preays, preis, preish; preaysal; pronney; traastey; (n.) saagh


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copying press faastan aascreeu

gutter press pabyr-naight laaghagh

hot press (n.) faastan cheh

letter press (n.) clou-woailley; tecks

minting press (n.) mwyllin argid

press box (n.) naightbocs

press button (n.) cramman brooee

press copy (n.) screeuynaght

press cutting (n.) giarrag pabyr

press down (v.) broo sheese, broojey sheese

press forward cur er e hoshiaght; jingey roish

press gallery (n.) lout ny naighteyryn

press gang (n.) skimmee preatsagh

press in (v.) broo stiagh, broojey stiagh, chionney stiagh, jingey stiagh

press on (v.) arral; chionney roish: I will press on with it - Chionneeym roym lesh. DF idiom

press release (n.) cur-magh naight

press stud (n.) taggad vrooee

printing press (n.) clou

stop press (n.) stadchlou

press into service (v.) cur stiagh er egin

press-feeyney winepress: Ta mee er stampey yn press-feeyney ny-lomarcan Bible

chionney roish press on

Cloudeyrys (Yn); (The) Press

clou-woailley letter press

cramman brooee press button

cur-magh naight press release

faastan press

faastan aascreeu copying press

faastan cheh hot press

giarrag pabyr (f.) press cutting

naightbocs press box

pabyr-naight laaghagh gutter press

preaysal press

skimmee preatsagh press gang

stadchlou stop press

taggad vrooee (f.) press stud

tecks letter press

cider-press (n.) faastan ooyl

linen-press (n.) faastan lieen

press-forged broo-ghaauenit

press-proof press-proofey; prowallys naightane

sewing-press (n.) faastan whaaley

trouser-press (n.) faastan breechyn

wardrobe (n.) jeshaghan; prest; press-eaddee

broo-ghaauenit press-forged

broojey sheese depress, press down

broo sheese depress, press down

craishtey model, press, shape, squeeze

faastan breechyn trouser-press

faastan lieen linen-press

faastan ooyl cider-press

faastan whaaley sewing-press

lout ny naighteyryn press gallery

mwyllin argid mint, minting press

press-eaddee wardrobe

press-proofey press-proof

prowallys naightane press-proof

screeuynaght (f.) press copy, printer's copy

broojey stiagh press in, push in

broo stiagh press in, push in, struggle in

jingey roish move along, press forward, shove forward

lhiannaghey flake, flatten, laminate, lamination, mangle, mangling, press

cur stiagh er egin conscript, conscription, press into service

throng jingey; chionney: the multitude throng thee and press thee - tan pohble chionney ort, as dy dty yingey Bible

winepress (n.) ammyr feeyney, ammyr vrooee, doagh feeyney, doagh-feeyney, fastan feeyney, press-feeyney, saagh feeyney

arral offer, proffer: Cre'n fa nagh vel oo arral veg urree? JJK; gambit; press on

broo bruise: as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn Bible; cram, crunch, crush, grind, press, push, ring, squash; bruising, pounding; contusion, pressure; buzz

broojey bruise, compound, compress, cram, crunch, crush, mash, pound, press, pulverize, push, ram, squash, squelch, stamping; pulverization

chennid (f.) drive, narrowness, strain, tension, tightness; distress; siege: Tayrn uss ushtey son y chennid Bible; press: As tra nagh row saase erbee oc dy chur lhieu stiagh eh kyndagh rish chennid y phobble Bible; greediness; compactness

chionney beset: ren ad chionney orrym mygeayrt y thie Bible; clench, cog, fasten, gird, grit, inflate, momentum, press, pressurize, pump up, put on, screw up, straighten, strain, tauten, tighten; erection; throng

chionney er oblige, press: v'ee dagh laa chionney er lesh e goan Bible; thronged

chionney stiagh (=Ir. teannadh-steach) perforate; press in: As hig eh gy-kione ayns ny laghyn jerrinagh, dy bee slieau thie yn Chiarn er ny hoiaghey er mullagh ny sleityn ; as nee dy chooilley ashoon chionney stiagh huggey. Bible; besiege, siege

clou edition, print, printed matter, printing press, publication, type: v'eh noi cur ayns clou ram jeh ny shenn arraneyn as skeealyn er y fa dy row ad 'sollagh'. Carn

cur er e hoshiaght encourage, press forward, promote, run: Ta Barrantee Phurt ny h-Inshey cur er e hoshiaght plannyn dy ghreinnaghey lhiasaghey ayns 'Ard-valley Lhie ny Greiney'. BS

drama drama: Ta shen grait ayns art sy Guernsey Press mychione y drama va soit sy Nah Chaggey Mooar, filmit ayns Balley Chashtal son y chooid smoo, as creelit ny s'leaie mleeaney. BS

er ny chur magh published: liorish D. G. Pringle, er ny chur magh ec Research Studies Press. Carn

jingey cram, crowd, crowd up, crush, embed, indentation, jam, let in, press, quoin, ram home, shove, throng, wedge: Moylley as soylley, jingey as pronney daue, JK; crowding, shoving, thronging, wedging; gorge

jingey stiagh crowd in, press in, shove up: Va'n sleih jingey stiagh 'sy halley DF

Pabyryn Naight (Ny); (The) Press: Red trimshagh dy vel y sleih shoh credjal ny breagyn cughtee t'ad lhaih bunnys gagh laa ayns pabyryn naight goll rish y 'Sun'. Carn

preays (f.) press, pressure, stress, urgency: 'Sy voghrey va mooarane preays orrin dy chur gy-kione chaglym cour curmyn kionfenee as reih ny Fir-oik Ashoonagh. Coraa

preis press: honnick Yeesey dy row yn pobble ayns preis chionney dy cheilley Bible

preish press, busy: Son va Paul kiarit dy hiaulley shaghey Ephesus, er-y-fa nagh row eh booiagh yn traa y vaarail ayns Asia; son v'eh ayns preish siyr. Bible

saagh (=Ir. soitheach) pl. siyn bowl: Roish my vees yn coyrd argid er ny eaysley, nyn saagh airh er ny vrishey Bible; container, feeder, holder, press, trough, utensil, vase, vessel, vial: va saagh er ny hoiaghey lane vinegar Bible; bushel; ship

traastey press, squeeze, squeezing: Ta Mainshtyr Moffatt gra dy vel y Reiltys fo traastey dy gheddyn tooilley sleih dy yannoo ymmodee kiartaghyn ayns Mannin, agh ta reddyn ayn oddys ve jeant dy haraghey cooishyn. BS

cleigh (f.) pl. cleighee, cleiyee, cleighyn, cleiyn embankment, fence, hedge: Va fer-thie dy row ren garey-feeyney y hoiaghey, as ren eh cleigh y yannoo mysh, as chleiy eh press-feeyney ayn Bible; mound

greesaghey (=Ir. gríosú) abet, accelerate, agitate, drive, egg on, excite, foment, foster, incentive, incite, instigate, press, prod, provoke, stir, urging; stir up: Ta smooinaghtyn er olk ayns nyn greeaghyn: as dy kinjagh greesaghey seose anvea. Bible; (enthusiasm) fire; kindle: ooilley shiuish ta greesaghey aile Bible; excitation, excitement, fomentation, provocation; abetting

pronney cram, fill, press, ram home, stuff: Glen, screeb as niee yn eeast; jean pronney marish y chooid elley jeh ny reddyn er- lhimmey jeh'n eeym, as cur shoh stiagh 'syn eeast as whaal seose eh. Dhoor; eating greedily, filling, overcrowding, stuffing; gorge

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