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Rea (Yn) Aries

rea (=Ir. réidh) (adj.) 1 even, facile, flat, horizontal, level, plain, plane, sleek, smooth, steady a: ren eh cummal ayns cheer rea Mamre Bible; 2 (as water) clear; 3 (of manner) easy; 4 (adv.) continuously, regularly; 5 (n.) pl. reaghyn male sheep, ram, tup: rea three bleeaney dy eash Bible; 6 flatness [O.Ir. réid]


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Arey Rea Flat Mill Race

baatey rea-honnagh scow

baatey rea-hoynagh flat boat

barryl rea smooth bore

Boayl Rea Level Place

cheer rea (f.) plain: ren eh cummal ayns cheer rea Mamre Bible; flatness

claasagh rea (f.) psaltery

Close Rea Level Enclosure, Lord's Enclosure

Cooil Rea Level Nook

Creg Rea Flat Rock

cummallyn rea flats: Ga dy vel ram thieyn as cummallyn rea goit hannah, ta ram jeu faagit. Carn

cummal-rea theayagh public sector flat

deyll-ushtey rea (f.) whirligig beetle

Droghad Rea Level Bridge

Dy rea (intj) Steady on, Gently does it

dy rea evenly, soft, steadily: Ta'n jeshaght lostey dy rea. DF

eaghtyr rea plane

eairk rea ram's horn: ren shiaght saggyrtyn, lesh shiaght cayrnyn dy eairkyn rea, goll er nyn doshiaght dy kinjagh Bible

earroo rea even number

faase rea half castrated tup

jannoo rea level, level up, sleek, smooth: Er y chiaghtin cheddin hooar shin fys dy row ny Barrantee jannoo rea rish yn fo-leigh. Carn

jeant rea flattened: bee ny raaidyn camm er ny yannoo jeeragh, as ny ynnydyn lieh-chiart jeant rea Bible

Liargee Rea Level Hill Slope

locker rea trying plane

Moanee Rea Level Turbary

obbyr rea (f.) drift

pabyr-screeuee rea plain writing paper

Poyll Rea Smooth Pool

rea beg ram

rea caggee battering ram

Rea Oddey Long Flat Field

Rea Vayr Level Road

Rea Voanee Level Turbary

Skimmee Cummallyn-rea (Fire Service) Flats' Team

thalloo rea plain: hamoo jean cumrail raad erbee 'sy thalloo rea Bible

Traie Rea Level Shore

block dy chummallyn-rea block of flats

chellveeishan scaailan rea flat screen television

Cooil Rea ny n'Eean Bird's Level Nook

Cummallyn Rea yn Eaynin Cliff Flats

Dy rea royd (impv) Slow ahead

er yn rea on the level: Bieauid er yn rea. DF

feill y rea flesh of the ram: As nee Aaron as e vec gee feill y rea as yn arran t'ayns y vaskad, ec dorrys y chabbane-agglish. Bible

Glack dy rea eh ca'canny

kione y rea ram's head: chur Aaron as e vec nyn laueyn er kione y rea Bible

lane moal as rea andante

Lheannee Poyll Rea Clear Pool Meadow

lhiouan duillag rea smooth-leaved elm

loayr dy rea speak coherently

rea ny glag bellwether

Rea ullee er oai (impv) Ready steady go

plain baghtal; blaare; magh; neuchast, neuchialgagh, neuwoyagh, plain, sockeragh; (n.) cheer rea, rea, strah, thalloo rea; kiart

Level Turbary (n.) Rea Voanee, Moanee Rea

ram1 (v.) broojey; (n.) rea, rea beg

sleek (v.) jannoo rea; (adj.) rea, roauyr, shliawin

level co-ard rish; cormaghey, cur er corrym rish, jannoo rea, jeeraghey, lhieggal, lhiggey; corrym: The level of the water - Corrym yn ushtey. DF idiom; gob er gob rish; kiart; laare; leval; rea: Speed on the level - Bieauid er yn rea. DF idiom; keim: I wouldn't descend to his level - Cha jinnin cur mee hene er yn un keim as eshyn. DF idiom

plane (n.) billey plaaney, etlan, locker, plane; eaghtyr rea, plaanagh, rea; lockeragh; (v.) lockerey, plaaney

flatness (n.) dreeys, folmid, glennid, injillid, kiunid, lhaggid, lheanid, meayllid, merruid, reaid; liabagid, carrooid, rea, laare, strah, çheer rea, shanglanid

on the level er yn rea: Speed on the level - Bieauid er yn rea. DF idiom

Aries (n.) (Yn) Rea

clear3 (adj.) (as water) rea

continuously (adv.) rea

easy2 (adj.) (of manner) rea

evenly (adv.) dy corrym: Evenly distributed - Rheynnit dy corrym DF idiom; dy rea: The engine fires evenly - Ta'n jeshaght lostey dy rea DF idiom

even number (n.) earroo rea

facile (adj.) rea

Flat Rock (n.) Creg Rea

flats (npl.) cummallyn rea

flattened (v.) jeant rea

Level Bridge (n.) Droghad Rea

Level Enclosure (n.) Close Rea

Level Nook (n.) Cooil Rea

Level Place (n.) Boayl Rea

Level Road (n.) Rea Vayr

Level Shore (n.) Traie Rea

male sheep1 (n.) rea

psaltery (n.) claasagh rea, psalteree

ram's horn (n.) eairk rea

smooth jannoo rea; meein; meeley: Smooth ride - Markiagh meeley. DF idiom; rea; reajagh; shliawin, shliawn; shliawinagh: Smooth customer - Fer shliawinagh. DF idiom; smoodal: Smooth over difficulties - Doilleeidyn y smoodal. DF idiom; stroogey

smooth bore (n.) barryl rea

Smooth Pool (n.) Poyll Rea

Steady on (intj) Dy rea

whirligig beetle (n.) deyll-ushtey rea

andante lane moal as rea

ca'canny Glack dy rea eh

flat boat (n.) baatey rea-hoynagh

flat-bottomed (adj.) lhean-hoynagh, rea-hoynagh

Flat Mill Race (n.) Arey Rea

Flats' Team (n.) (Fire Service) Skimmee Cummallyn-rea

Gently does it (intj) Dy rea

half castrated tup (n.) faase rea

horizontal co-ard; co-chruinnagh; feayn; rea

Level Hill Slope (n.) Liargee Rea

Long Flat Field (n.) Rea Oddey

plain writing paper (n.) pabyr-screeuee rea

ram's head (n.) kione y rea

scow (n.) baatey rea-honnagh

Slow ahead (impv) Dy rea royd

smooth-leaved elm (n.) lhiouan duillag rea

speak coherently (v.) loayr dy rea

trying plane (n.) locker rea, rea-locker

tup (v.) comyssey, lheim; (n.) conrea, rea

cummal-rea flat: Er y fa shen, t'eh foddey ny share dy hannaghtyn ayns thie ny cummal rea er mayl as coagyrey dhyt hene. Carn

rea-chassey idle

rea-hoynagh flat-bottomed

rea-locker trying plane

battering ram (n.) greie bwoailtagh, rea caggee

bellwether (n.) mohlt ny glag, rea ny glag

Bird's Level Nook (n.) Cooil Rea ny n'Eean

block of flats (n.) block dy chummallyn-rea

Clear Pool Meadow (n.) Lheannee Poyll Rea

Cliff Flats (npl.) Cummallyn Rea yn Eaynin

flat screen television (n.) chellveeishan scaailan rea

flesh of the ram (n.) feill y rea

level up ardjaghey gys; jannoo rea

Lord's Enclosure (n.) Close Rea, Close Chiarn

public sector flat (n.) cummal-rea theayagh

Ready steady go (impv) Rea ullee er oai

regularly (adv.) dy kinjagh, dy reiltagh, rea

flat1 (adj.) feayn; follym; injillagh; kiune; meayll; mooyl; rea; (n.) cummal-rea, laare; liabagid

gyn foill blameless, faultless: un rea gyn foill, son ourallyn-shee Bible

puttey pushing, thrust: Honnick mee yn rea puttey lesh y sheear Bible; gore

clear1 baghtal: That's clear enough - Ta shen baghtal dy liooar. DF idiom; cleeir, gial, glen, hollys, leayr, sollys, sullyr, chiarrey, rea, seyrey, seyr veih gioal, sheeley; neuvodjallit, sheelit; cur baght er, eeck custym, giallaghey; feayshlit

even cormal; corrym; doaieagh; eer: He didn't even look at me - Cha ren eh eer jeeaghyn orrym. JJK idiom; foast; gob ry ghib; hene; jannoo corrym; lieh my lieh; rea; towshit; jarroo; kiart; myr y cheilley

steadily (adv.) dy corrym, dy rea, gyn stad, neuchorragh; dy neuchorragh: Walking steadily - Shooyl dy neuchorragh. DF idiom

steady beayn; jeenys; jeenysal: Steady a table leg - Cass buird y yeenysal. DF idiom; jeenysey; kinjagh; rea; shickyr: Steady your hand! - Cum dty laue shickyr! DF idiom

bun yn arbyl base of the tail; rump: Nee oo goaill myrgeddin jehn rea yn eeh, as bun yn arbyl Bible

bussallyn handkerchiefs: Myr shen dy dug ad lhieu veih'n chorp echey gys sleih chingey, bussallyn as apronyn, as hooar ad rea rish ny doghanyn oc Bible

cayrnyn trumpets: As nee shiaght saggyrtyn cur lhieu roish yn arg shiaght cayrnyn dy eairkyn rea Bible

daahit coloured, dyed, painted, pigmented, stained: As y coodagh dy chraitnyn rea daahit jiarg Bible

eairkyn horns: cur-my-ner, ny chooyl va rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible

fuir-yms I will tarry: fuir-yms ayns cheer-rea yn aasagh Bible

garroo (=Ir. garbh) coarse, crude, gross, harsh, husky, jagged, low, pockmarked, raw, rough-and-tumble, rough-spoken, rugged, scraggy, stubbly, uncouth, undressed, unpolished, vulgar; pock-marked; (of weather) dirty; (as sea) stormy; (as ground) uneven; boisterous, ill-mannered, naughty, rude; shaggy; rough: ny raaidyn garroo er nyn yannoo rea Bible; coarse-fibred, hairy

goair woirryn she goats: Daa cheead goair woirryn, as feed goair fyrryn, daa cheead keyrrey, as feed rea. Bible

goayr bwoirryn pl. goair woirryn she goat: As dooyrt eh rish, Gow hood colbagh jeh three bleeaney dy eash, as goayr bwoirryn three bleeaney dy eash, as rea three bleeaney dy eash, as calmane turtle, as eean calmane. Bible

gyn lheamys spotless, unblemished: Gow un dow aeg, as daa rea gyn lheamys Bible

hiaull sailed: thousaneyn meeiley lurg shoh hiaull eh rea myr veagh er bodjal d' ushtey ny dy chay PC

lieh-chiart imperfect, odd: Bee dy chooilley choan er ny lhieeney, as dagh slieau as cronk er nyn injillaghey; as bee ny raaidyn camm er ny yannoo jeeragh, as ny ynnydyn lieh-chiart jeant rea Bible; (uncompleted) rough

oddagh could: cha row fer oddagh yn rea y livrey ass e laue Bible; might

omer 1 omer a: three omeryn son dow, as daa omer son rea Bible; 2 (Heb.) sheaf of barley

oolee chargeable, criminal, guilty: as myr vad oolee, heb ad rea jehn chioltane son nyn loght. Bible

ooley determination, estimate, estimation, fine: rea gyn lheamys ass y chioltane, marish yn ooley, son oural-loght gys y taggyrt Bible

paalan booth, tent: Nee'm paalan beg jeh speltyn aynshid er yn vroogh rea, as soieym seose eh dou-hene, myr ren yn Albinagh aeg, as mannagh yiowym yn vrack, kevys dou nagh nowym coo Coraa

sheear (=Ir. siar) behind, in the west, occidental, to the west, westerly, west side, westward: Honnick mee yn rea puttey lesh y sheear Bible

shlingan (f.) See clingan back of shoulder, scapula, shoulder blade: nee'n saggyrt goaill shlingan vroie yn rea Bible

thammag (f.) pl. thammagyn 1 bosket, clump; 2 bush, thicket a: va rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible; 3 wren bush; 4 (of herring) shoal; 5 fascicle

drift1 aah; beoyn; bree; cleay-heebey; gleashaght; goll lesh y gheay; goll lesh y tidey; goll lesh y troa; immeeaght; obbyr rea; raagh; sheeb; sheebey; sheid; skeabey lesh; troa: He is letting himself drift - T'eh lhiggey eh hene lesh y troa. DF idiom

idle jannoo veg; lag-lauee; lhiastagh; liastey, lhiastey: These boys are not idle - Cha nel ny guillyn shoh liastey. JJK idiom; litcheragh; naggyr; rea-chassey; soailchaghey; speilleigagh; (nyn) daaue: They are idle - T'ad nyn daaue. DF idiom; (ny) haaue: An idle hand will get nothing - Cha vow laue ny taaue veg. DF idiom; (ny) taaue: She is idle - T'ee ny taaue. DF idiom

I will tarry fuirree-ym: I will tarry until thou come again - Fuirree-ym derrey hig oo Bible; fuir-yms: I will tarry in the plain of the wilderness - fuir-yms ayns cheer-rea yn aasagh Bible; fuirr-ym: But I will tarry at Ephesus until Pentecost - Agh fuirr-ym Bible; fuirr-yms

receive (v.) cur failt er, oltaghey, goaill rish, jannoo soiagh jeh, goaill stiagh; goaill; geddyn: You don't receive the newspapers regularly, do you? - Cha nel shiu geddyn ny pabyryn-naight dy-rea, vel (shiu) ? JJK idiom

rump (n.) bun yn arbyl: Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat and the rump - Nee oo goaill myrgeddin jehn rea yn eeh, as bun yn arbyl Bible; curp; curpin: fat thereof, and the whole rump - yn eeh echey, as yn slane curpin Bible; toinn: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom; kease

soft (adj.) bog: Wax is soft, when warmed - Ta kere bog, tra t'ee er ny chiow. JJK idiom; boggyr; glass; meen, meein, meeinagh; meeley: Will you have it hard or soft ? - Bee eh eu creoi ny meeley? JJK idiom; meddey, mettey; nesh; tash; meiygh; dy kiune, dy rea

thicket (n.) croanane, garee; thammag: a ram caught in a thicket by his horns - rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible; keyll: The lion is come up from his thicket - Tan lion er jeet seose veih e cheyll Bible

trumpets (npl.) cayrnyn: And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams' horns - As nee shiaght saggyrtyn cur lhieu roish yn arg shiaght cayrnyn dy eairkyn rea Bible; trumpetyn: all the people of the land rejoiced, and blew with trumpets - ghow ooilley pobble ny cheerey boggey, sheidey lesh trumpetyn Bible

loaghtan (=Ir. lachdan) tawny: cha nel eh foddey neayr's va fer boght er ny chroghey son geid loaghtan-rea veih shioltane Balrhenny. Dhoor

my yiass (=Ir. ó dheas) southerly: va David as e gheiney ayns faasagh Maon, ayns y y thalloo-rea my-yiass jeh Jeshimon Bible

neurea entangled, lumpy, rough, scraggy: Va ny scannaneyn shoh neu-rea dy liooar, paart mie as paart sie. Carn; (as ground) uneven

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