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pull snapperal; tayrn: Pull them asunder - Tayrn ass y cheilley ad. DF idiom; tayrnys


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pull about (v.) tayrn mygeayrt, tayrn ny yei

pull ahead (v.) berraghtyn

pull apart (v.) raipey, tayrn veih my cheilley

pull away (v.) tayrn voish

pull back (v.) bac, tayrn er ash

pull down (v.) lhieggal, lhieggey, tayrn neose

pull in (v.) cur streean er; scuirr ec stashoon pedryl; tayrn stiagh; troggal

pull off (v.) ceau jeh, speeiney, tayrn jeh

pull on (v.) tayrn er

pull out (v.) gleashaghey magh, tayrn magh, ymmyrt magh

pull over (v.) lhieggal, tayrn gys un cheu

pull round (v.) cheet huggey hene, cur huggey hene

pull through (v.) slaanaghey: He will pull through alright - Slaanee eh kiart dy liooar. DF idiom

pull together (v.) obbraghey ry-cheilley, tayrn ry-cheilley

pull up lhieggey seose, scuirr, tayrn neese; stad, stap

uneven pull (n.) lieh-hayrn

give a pull (v.) (to); (dy) chur tayrn

gleashaghey magh pull out

lhieggal abate, bowl over, cast down, chop down, dismount, destroy, fall, fell, fetch down, get down, knock over, lay low, level, lower, pull down, pull over, raze, run down, topple, tumble, unship, upset; (price) beat down; dissolve; overthrow

lhieggey seose pull up

lieh-hayrn uneven pull

tayrn voish pull away

ymmyrt magh pull out

bell-pull (n.) teaddan cluig

drawer-pull (n.) tayrneen

leg-pull (n.) breag

pull-out (n.) (of magazine) asstayrn

cur huggey hene pull round

tayrneen drawer-pull

teaddan cluig bell-pull

obbraghey ry-cheilley co-ordinate, co-ordination, pull together

scuirr ec stashoon pedryl pull in

tayrn gys un cheu draw aside, pull over

tayrn jeh draw off, pull off

tayrn mygeayrt draw about, lug, pull about

tayrn ny yei pull about; scuff

tayrn ry-cheilley canalisation, canalise, constringe, pull together

asstayrn (f.) case for rush candles; (of magazine) extract, pull-out

stap pull up, stop: stap ad nyn gleayshyn Bible; stopped

tayrn er pull on: t'eh tayrn er hene oltooan Bible

tayrn neese drag up, draw up, pull up, slip on

tayrn neose let down, moot, pull down, rake up, serve up, slip on

tayrn veih my cheilley dismember, dismemberment, draw apart, pull apart

tayrnys attraction, pull, draw: Tayrnys e voyrn dooinney sheese dy injil Bible

bac 1 balk, disability, disqualification, drawback, handicap, moratorium, objection, obstacle, pull back, snag, trap; 2 stay a: Bac y chur er briwnys. DF

berraghtyn catch, overtake, pull ahead: Cha leah as hed eh magh nee eh berraghtyn erriu Bible

cheet huggey hene come round, pull round: s'coan t'eh cheet huggey hene, erreish da ve dy mooar broojit. Bible

chur tayrn (dy); (to) give a pull: agh cha bee feme ain er y tayrneyder dy chur tayrn dooin yn keayrt shoh. Dhoor

cur streean er check, delimit, moderate, pull in, restrain: Cur streean er dty hengey. DF

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

raipey 1 knapp, lacerate, laceration, pluck, pull apart, rend, rent, rip, savage, tear a: ren geay vooar cassee as lajer raipey ny sleityn Bible; 2 (of bull) gore; 3 (cry) crake; 4 tearing

slaanaghey indemnification, indemnify, integrate, integration, pull through, recover, recovery, recuperation, sanative, heal, healing, make whole: laanee eh adsyn va feme slaanaghey Bible

snapperal 1 pull, stumble, stumbling, trip a: roish my nee ny cassyn eu snapperal er ny sleityn dorraghey Bible; 2 (stumbling) tripping

tayrn magh 1 drag out, draw out, elicit, evoke, extract, extraction, pluck out, pull out, rip out, withdrawal a: Tayrn magh y shleiy Bible; 2 (as money) withdraw

tayrn stiagh call in, draw in, inhale, pull in: Begin da Tinvaal coardail rish lheid ny h-oardaghyn, as cha jinnagh ad tayrn stiagh agh yn enney jeh lughtyn-reill aa-enmyssit sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit as quaiyllyn jeeveanit BS

breag (f.) pl. breagyn See breg fallacy, fiction, invention, leg-pull, lie, prevarication, sham, untruth: Tan breag sbaney va rieau er ny insh cha doo as yn ayr ec yn jouyll. EF

ceau jeh abdicate, lay aside, leave off, pull off, throw off: Cha vel veg yn aggle ayns graih; agh ta graih firrinagh ceau jeh aggle; son raad ta aggle ta torchagh: eshyn ta fo aggle, cha vel eh firrinagh ayns graih. Bible; cast off

scuirr (=Ir. scoir, scor) abort, adjourn, break up, bring to, cease, ceasing, desist, discontinue, halt, leave off, let up, pause, prorogue, pull up, rest, ring off, shut off, stall, stop; (f.) adjournment, cessation, discontinuance, intermission, intermittence, interval, prorogation, respite, retirement; stopped: As er y chiaghtoo laa scuirr Jee veih yn obbyr v'eh er chroo Bible

speeiney 1 (as tree) bark; 2 barking, peel, pilled, pluck, plucking, pluck out, pull off, rind, skin, skinning, strip, tease out, teasing a: Ta dwoaie eu er yn vie, as graih eu er yn olk, ta speeiney nyn grackan jeu Bible; 3 spoiled a: Son dy vel y Chiarn er speeiney Babylon Bible

stad arrest, intermission, stage, stand, standstill, station, stationary, stay, stoppage, stop sign; pull up, stop, stopping place, stop point: Ta'n stad er ve ayns Straid Christeen rish kuse dy hiaghteeyn, lurg da goll er garraghey veih'n stashoon-barroose, kyndagh rish cooishyn-sauçhys. BS; rank

tayrn (=Ir. tarraing) 1 carry, carrying, cart, describe, designing, draft, drag, draw along, drawing, get out, haul, haulage, heave, hitch, pluck, pull, pulling, quartering, suction, tow, towing, trace, tracing, trawl, tugging, yank; 2 draw a: Cre'n-fa t'ou tayrn back dty laue Bible; 3 attract: t'eh tayrn trimshey er hene Bible; 4 induce, lure: dy chooilley nhee ta tayrn sleih gys peccah Bible; 5 traction; 6 (of tea) brew; 7 (as barrel) tap; 8 pl. tayrnyn tug; 9 catching

tayrn er ash draw back, draw off, pull back, retract, retractation, revocation, stand down, unsay, withdraw, withdrawal: Ta Mainshtyr Gelling goaill ynnyd Richard Corkill, oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Kione Droghad, ren tayrn er ash tra va eshyn as e ven goit ec meoiryn-shee ta ronsaghey toyrtyssyn-turrysid hooar ad son nyn gottyn laghyn seyrey ec Balley Cain ayns Skyll Connaghy BS

troggal (=Ir. tógáil) arise, boost, building, elaborate, exalt, gather up, getting up, harvest, hoist, input, invoke, lift, lifting, pick off, pick up, pull in, raise, raise up, rally, rig up, set in rows, sing up, take, winch, wind; (f.) upbringing, uplift; (tax) charging; (as disease) contract; (of wind) freshen; (as shoulders) heave; (as child) bringing up, nurture, rear, train: Shegin da ve feer chronnal nish nagh vodmayd goaill yn nah chesmad er ash (troggal sheeloghe noa voish y chlean) ayns Mannin derrey ta mysh lieh-cheead dy leih ayn mysh yn eash hoght bleeaney jeig as Gaelg flaaoil oc. Carn; development, edifice, structure: cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil fir-ynsee noa. Carn; breed, breeding, rearing: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh. Bible; build, construct, elevate, put up: scuirr ad veih troggal yn ard-valley Bible; absorption, elaboration; hoist up

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