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pride1 (n.) ard-voyrn, blaa, kione-ardys, sturd, styrdalaght; moyrn: Pride will have a fall - Yiow moyrn lhieggey. JJK idiom

pride2 (n.) (of lions) possan


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haughty pride moyrn vooaralagh

London pride (n.) cabbag y shynnee

pride oneself upon (v.) (to); (dy) ghoaill moyrn ass; (to); (dy ve) mooaralagh ass

puffed up with pride chionn lesh moyrn

sin of pride (n.) peccah ny moyrn

moyrn vooaralagh haughty pride

styrdalaght (f.) pride, stateliness

cabbag y shynnee (f.) London pride

mooaralagh ass (dy ve); (to) pride oneself upon

chionn lesh moyrn puffed up with pride

peccah ny moyrn sin of pride

sturd pride, haughtiness; angry look, menacing look

ard-voyrn (f.) pomp; pride: She ard-voyrn y lught thie v'eh. DF

moyrn (f.) pomp, pride, self-conceit: Ta moyrn goll-roish toyrt-mow Bible

apology (n.) leshtal: It does not become pride to do anything that needs an apology - Cha vel eh cheet jesh da moyrn dy yannoo red erbee ta laccal leshtal. JJK idiom

become (v.) cheet dy ve; cheet jesh da: It does not become pride to do anything that needs an apology - Cha vel eh cheet jesh da moyrn dy yannoo red erbee ta laccal leshtal. JJK idiom

fall (n.) bout, lhargagh; (v.) ceau; lhieggal; lhieggey: Pride will have a fall - Yiow moyrn lhieggey. JJK idiom; tuittym: To fall into a snare - Tuittym ayns ribbey. JJK idiom; tuitt; (to); (dy) huittym

blaa (=Ir. bláth, Sc.G. blàth) pl. blaaghyn bloom, blossom, flower: son t'eh gaase myr blaa yn vagher Bible; heyday; pride [O.Ir. bláth]

ghoaill moyrn ass (dy); (to) pride oneself upon: V'ad ynsit dy ghoaill moyrn ass yn eiraght Loghlinagh, cha nee ass yn eiraght Cheltiagh. Carn

kione-ardys (f.) arrogance, exaltation, haughtiness, presumption, presumptuousness, pride, superciliousness: ver-ym er kione-ardys yn vooinjer voyrnagh dy scuirr Bible

possan pl. possanyn 1 bevy, bunch, clique, colony, covey, detachment, ensemble, flock, formation of troops, gaggle, group, grouping, levy, party, posse, squad, swarm a: Diu mee tey marish possan dy henn chailleeyn. DF; 2 (of people) band; 3 (of lions) pride

drunkards (npl.) meshtallee; meshtyllee: Woe to the crown of pride, to the drunkards of Ephraim - Smerg dan attey dy voyrn, da meshtyllee Ephraim Bible; feallagh meshtoil; mooinjey veshtal: and the drunkards make songs upon me - as tan vooinjer veshtal jannoo ronneeaght orrym Bible; deiney meshtoil: and while they are drunken as drunkards - as nyn geeayl voue, myr deiney meshtal Bible

needs (npl.) femeyn; (v.) feme: I'll give him everything he needs - Verym da dy-chooilley red t'eh (shassoo) ayns feme jeh. JJK idiom; (v.) laccal: It does not become pride to do anything that needs an apology - Cha vel eh cheet jesh da moyrn dy yannoo red erbee ta laccal leshtal. JJK idiom

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