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rain (v.) ceau, ceau fliaghey; (n.) fliaghey: I believe we shall have rain before long - Ta mee credjal dy bee fliaghey ain roish foddey. JJK idiom; jeein


Inexact matches:

drenching rain (n.) fliaghey fliugh; fliugh-liaghee

heavy rain (n.) trome-liaghee

little rain (n.) smooidraght

misty rain (n.) dramane, drapane

non-stop rain neusloateil

of rain fliaghee: Heavy fall of rain - Teaumey fliaghee. DF idiom

persistent rain (n.) sheer fliaghey

rain chart (n.) caart fliaghee

rain cloud (n.) bodjal fliaghee

rain gauge (n.) meddyr liaghee

rain pipe (n.) piob liaghee

slanting rain (n.) sheebey fliaghee

fall of rain deayrtey fliaghee; teaumey fliaghee

looks like rain curthooillaghey; mooirjeenagh

pelting with rain (v.) deayrtyey fliaghey

shower of rain ceau fliaghee

caart fliaghee rain chart

dramane drizzle, misty rain

fliaghey fliugh drenching rain

fliugh-liaghee drenching rain

meddyr liaghee (f.) rain gauge

neusloateil non-stop rain

piob liaghee (f.) rain pipe

sheebey fliaghee slanting rain

sheer fliaghey persistent rain

bodjal fliaghee nimbus, rain cloud

ceau fliaghee shower of rain

deayrtey fliaghee fall of rain

deayrtyey fliaghey pelting with rain

drapane misty rain, Scotch mist

smooidraght (f.) little rain, smoke wisp

teaumey fliaghee fall of rain

curthooillaghey becoming overcast, cloud, looks like rain

jeein rain: Vel jeein ayn? DF

pelting greddey: It's pelting rain - Ta'n fliaghey greddey roish. DF idiom

persistent (adj.) kinjagh; kione-lajeragh; shassooagh; sheer-: Persistent rain - Sheer fliaghey. DF idiom

ceau fliaghey rain: T'eh ceau fliaghey dy kiart nish. DF

air1 (n.) cheerey, loayrt mychione; aer: The rain has cooled the air - Ta'n fliaghey er veayraghey yn aer. JJK idiom; (v.) aeral, cur 'sy gheay; chirmee: Air the sheets - Chirmee ny brelleeinyn. JJK idiom

blew (v.) heab, heeb; heid, heïd: The wind blew the rain against the window - Heid y gheay y fliaghey noi'n uinnag. DF idiom

blowing (v.) geayraghey, lheie, sheebey, sheidee; sheidey: It's blowing up for rain - T'eh sheidey seose fliaghey. DF idiom

depression (n.) cor, injillaghey, lhag-chreeys, lhaggagh, lhaggan, merginaght, merginys, neugherjagh; lhagragh: The depression brought rain and wind to Mann - Hug y lhagragh fliaghey as geay lesh gys Mannin. DF idiom

driving deiyragh; immanagh: Driving licence - Kiedoonys immanagh. DF idiom; sheebane; greddey: It's driving rain - Ta'n fliaghey greddey roish. DF idiom

dust (v.) gamylt 'sy joan, glenney, joaney, poodyral; (n.) ooir, stoor, brinneen; joan: The rain has laid the dust - Ta'n fliaghey er chur sheese yn joan. JJK idiom

little2 (n.) (a) rey beg; red beg: A little rain would do good to the garden - Yinnagh red beg dy liaghey mie da'n gharey. JJK idiom

plants (npl.) plantyn; lossreeyn: The rain has revived all the plants - Ta'n fliaghey er n'aavioghey ny lossreeyn ooilley. DF idiom

shining gial; goulragh; sollys: as the tender grass springing out of the earth by clear shining after rain - myr y faiyr ta gaase ass y thalloo liorish bree sollys y ghrian lurg frassyn Bible

stand without (v.) shassoo mooie: it is a time of much rain, and we are not able to stand without - tan emshyr feer fliugh, as cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie Bible

would do1 yinnagh: A little rain would do good to the garden - Yinnagh red beg dy liaghey mie da'n gharey. JJK idiom

fliaghee rainfall; of rain; rainy: Faarn kinjagh ayns laa dewil fliaghee, as ben anveagh, t'ad co-laik Bible; (of clouds) watery

fliaghey (=Ir. fleachadh) precipitation, rain, rainfall, wet: hug y Chiarn taarnagh as fliaghey yn laa shen Bible [O.Ir. flechud]

mooirjeenagh 1 cloud, cloudy, going to be wet, looks like rain, murky, overcast, threaten; 2 dark a (as weather); 3 (as day) dull; 4 (of sky) watery

trome-liaghee heavy rain: Shen-y-fa, myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, lhieg-yms eh dy jarroo lesh geay rastagh ayns my eulys, as bee deayrtey trome-liaghee ayns my yymmoose, as claghyn mooarey sniaghtee ayns eulys dy chur-mow eh. Bible

harm (n.) assee: Some rain will do no harm - Cha jean fliaghey assee erbee. JJK idiom; skielley: He who hatches harm catches harm - Eshyn ghuirrys skielley hayrys skielley. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo assee da; jannoo skielley; jannoo skielley da: I mean him no harm - Cha nel mee geearree assee y yannoo da. DF idiom

teeming1 er croo lesh: The bed is teeming with fleas - Ta'n lhiabbee er croo lesh jarganyn. DF idiom; plooghit: The river is teeming with fish - Ta'n awin plooghit lesh eeast. DF idiom; teaumey: We were teeming the well - Va shin teaumey yn chibbyr. DF idiom; deayrtey: It is teeming rain - T'eh deayrtyey fliaghey. DF idiom

vapour (n.) gaal; gall: It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time - Te dy jarroo myr gall ta ryakin Bible; jannoo gaal; kay: they pour down rain according to the vapour thereof - tad deayrtey neose fliaghey rere bree yn chay ter hroggal Bible; keay; (yn) lhieeney dhoo

want dulley; feme: We're in great want of rain - Ta shin ayns feme mooar jeh fliaghey. JJK idiom; laccal: Give me my book, I want it - Cur dou my lioar, ta mee laccal ee. JJK idiom; raghtanys; ymmyrch; boghtynid

ceau (=Ir. caith, caitheamh) carry, consume, dart, fall, hang, last, loose, pass, rake, run out, upbraid, waste; weather, shower, rain; aim, launch, shy, shoot; cast, throw: Dy chooilley lhiannoo-mac hig son y theihll nee shiu ceau 'syn awin Bible; bear, wear: nee Aaron ceau yn breast-plate dy vriwnys erskyn e chree Bible; hurl: Agh my teh tuittym er trooid goanlys, ny ceau red erbee er, liorish lhie cooyl-chlea Bible; yield: Lhig dan thalloo gymmyrkey faiyr, yn losserey ceau rass Bible; lay out, spend, spending; (on road) corner; raining: Agh te dorraghey nish, as te ceau trome foast. Coraa

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