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rag (n.) buiggys clooidagh, clooid, critlagh, giubbyl, garroo-chloie; fritlag: He wore a rag for a shirt - Va fritlag er myr lheiney. DF idiom; (v.) kiapaghey

rag short storm; stiff


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rag-and-bone man (n.) fer fritlag

rag book (n.) lioar eaddee

rag fair (n.) margey shenn eaddeeyn

rag merchant (n.) marchan shenn eaddeeyn

rag paper (n.) pabyr giubbylagh

short storm (n.) rag

buiggys clooidagh rag

critlagh fluff, rag

garroo-chloie rag

kiapaghey rag

lioar eaddee (f.) rag book

pabyr giubbylagh rag paper

cad (n.) dolteen, rag-rannee

misspent (v.) rag-ranneeagh

overtime (n.) arnane, rag-obbyr

pertinaceous rag-wannalagh

pertinacious (adj.) kione-daaney, rag-wannalagh

pertinacity (n.) kione-daanys, rag-wannalaght

rag-bag (n.) poagey fritlagyn

reprobate (n.) mac-imshee; rag-rannee

stiff-necked (adj.) cam-wannalagh, creoi-wannalagh, rag-wannalagh

tough (adj.) creoi; (n.) rag-rannee

fer fritlag rag-and-bone man

marchan shenn eaddeeyn rag merchant

margey shenn eaddeeyn rag fair

poagey fritlagyn rag-bag

rag-obbyr (f.) overtime

rag-rannee cad, crook, good-for-nothing, rascal, reprobate, rogue, tough

rag-ranneeagh misspent

rag-wannalagh pertinaceous, stiff-necked; pertinacious

rag-wannalaght (f.) pertinacity

crook1 cammaghey; cammey; croagane; rag-rannee; uillin

rascal (n.) mitchoor; mooidjeen; rag-rannee; screb

giubbyl (pl -yn) piece of clothing, rag, tatter

good-for-nothing (adj.) gyn y vie; (n.) kecksee, rag-rannee, riftan

clooid (=Ir. cluid) clot, clout: Hug ee clooid er e chooat. DF; duster; rag

stiff (adj.) chionn, doillee, formoil, rag, reen, roauyr, stark; neulhoobagh: Stiff joint - Olt neulhoobagh. DF idiom; creoi: Stiff-neckedness - Creoi-wannalys. DF idiom; geyre: Stiff climb - Drappal geyre. DF idiom; stuggagh

fritlag (f.) pl. fritlaggyn See frytlaggyn 1 rag, tatter, tattered cloth a: bee'n cadlag coodit lesh fritlaggyn Bible; 2 (of cloth) shred

rogue (n.) eebyrtagh, mitchoor, rag-rannee, rap; molteyr: The rogue deceives you if he can - Mollee yn molteyr oo my oddys eh. JJK idiom

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