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pryssoon seihill life sentence

pryssoon pl. pryssoonyn brig, gaol, glasshouse, jail, lock-up, penitentiary, prison: bee shiuish freilt ayns pryssoon Bible; clink

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ayns pryssoon jailed: As tra v'ad er woalley ad dy dewil, hilg ad ad ayns pryssoon, as doardee ad yn wardoor dy reayll ad dy sauchey. Bible

carr pryssoon police van

close pryssoon prison yard

folmaghey pryssoon gaol delivery

scapailagh pryssoon prison breaker

cur ayns pryssoon gaol, imprison, incarcerate, intern, jail

Quaiyl Folmaghey'n Pryssoon (f.) (Court of) General Gaol Delivery

Shirveish Pryssoon Ellan Vannin (f.) Isle of Man Prison Service

Shirveish Pryssoon as Prowal Kyndee Ellan Vannin Isle of Man Prison and Probation Service

jail (n.) carchyr, pryssoon; doon, carrog, carear; (v.) cur ayns pryssoon

gaol See jail (npl.) cur ayns carchyr, cur ayns pryssoon, pryssoonaghey; (n.) pryssoon

prison (n.) pryssoon: He was taken off to prison - V'eh currit ayns pryssoon. DF idiom; cappey

brig (n.) brig, pryssoon

clink bwoalley cling ass; cling; clingeragh; glig; carchar; pryssoon: He went to clink - Hie eh stiagh ayns pryssoon. DF idiom

gaol delivery folmaghey pryssoon

glasshouse (n.) pryssoon, thie glonney

intern (v.) cur ayns pryssoon

jailed (adj.) ayns pryssoon

lock-up (n.) pryssoon, thie glish

penitentiary (n.) pryssoon

police van (n.) carr pryssoon

prison breaker (n.) scapailagh pryssoon

prison yard (n.) close pryssoon

General Gaol Delivery (n.) (Court of) Quaiyl Folmaghey'n Pryssoon

imprison (v.) cur ayns pryssoon, pryssoonaghey, pryssooney

incarcerate (v.) cur ayns pryssoon, pryssoonaghey, pryssooney

Isle of Man Prison Service (n.) Shirveish Pryssoon Ellan Vannin

choud long, while: v'ad choud shen dy hraa ayns pryssoon. Bible

Isle of Man Prison and Probation Service (n.) Shirveish Pryssoon as Prowal Kyndee Ellan Vannin

life sentence (n.) briwnys vea: He got a life sentence - Hooar eh briwnys vea. DF idiom; briwnys vioys, deyrey seihill, pryssoon seihill

broutagh bestial, brutal, brutish, ruffianly: Jeheiney, va Jewell deyrit dy cheau bea ayns pryssoon son goaill ben aeg er egin dy broutagh ayns Raad Victoria ayns Doolish. BS; savage; doggish

chionnraa protest: ghow Terence McSweeney, ard-veoir Chorcaigh, toshiaght dy hrostey ayns pryssoon Vrixton ayns Sostyn myr chionnraa noi yn stayd jeh'n phryssoon. Carn

currit (=Ir. curtha) allotted, placed, remitted, stationed: Nish erreish da Ean ve currit ayns pryssoon Bible; given

Dar ny niaughyn (intj) By heavens: va ny meoiryn custym ny lhie cooyl-chlea orroo, as dar ny niaughyn, ghow ad greim shickyr er nane jeusyn as va'n dooinney boght er ny choyrt stiagh ayns pryssoon. Dhoor

fer shoh (yn) this one: Cur-jee yn fer shoh ayns pryssoon, as jean-jee eh y veaghey lesh arran dy heaghyn, as lesh ushtey dy heaghyn, derrey hig-yms reesht ayns shee. Bible

geddyn ass derive: Cre'n cheeayll t'ou geddyn ass shoh? DF; get out, get forth: Ta mee cha shickyr ayns pryssoon: nagh voddym geddyn ass. Bible

keayrtagh (n.) caller, visitor: T'ee ny keayrtagh-pryssoon ayns Doolish BS; tripper; (adj.) circulating, occasional; periodic, touristic; visiting: Ooryn keayrtagh. DF

kennip (f.) (pl -yn) cannabis, hashish, pot: Lurg da prowal smuggleragh cocaine as kennip va feeu daeed as hoght meeilley jeig punt stiagh syn Ellan, hie dooinney voish Doolish er deyrey gys tree bleeaney as hoght mee ayns pryssoon. BS; hemp, rope-yarn

kerraghys penalty: mannagh vod ad geeck yn argid-whaiyl, bee ad er nyn goyrt ayns pryssoon; lhieusyn myr t'ad toilchin, bione mie daue yn kerraghys; nish, vel red erbee noa euish? Dhoor

liack stone: T'ad er yiarey jeh my vioys ayns pryssoon, as er lhie liack orrym Bible [O.Ir. lía]

ooilley cooidjagh all together: As hug eh ad ooilley cooidjagh ayns pryssoon three laa. Bible; utterly

scrodeyr screwdriver: Ayns ny bleeantyn kiare feed, cheau eh traa cosoylagh ayns pryssoon son saih immanagh-taksee bwoirrin lesh scrodeyr. BS

tostid (=Ir. tost) hush, incommunicativeness, lull, quietness, reticence, silence, tacitness, taciturnity: Cha nhegin da peiagh erbee ve currit ayns pryssoon raad ta rour soilshey, ny dorraghys, ny sheean, ny tostid ta cur er dy hurranse sy chione echey. Carn

voddagh 1 (dy) that could; 2 that might a: As hug ad eh ayns pryssoon, dy voddagh aigney yn Chiarn ver ny hoilshaghey daue. Bible; 3 that should a: Son daag y Chiarn ad fo creoghys cree dy chaggey noi Israel, dy voddagh eh stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; 4 (interrog.) could a: voddagh fys ve ain son shickyrys, dy niarragh eh, Cur-jee lhieu nyn mraar sheese Bible


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