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roauyr (=Ir. ramhar) bulky, buxom, corpulent, fat, firm, fleshy, heavy, obese, overweight, plump, sleek, stiff, stout, thick: Ta'n cree oc cha roauyr as saill Bible; gross


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baagh roauyr fat beast

beggan roauyr fattish, podgy

beg roauyr tubby

Bun Roauyr Gansey, Thick End

Cleigh Roauyr Thick Hedge

Creggan Roauyr Thick Rocky Place

goll roauyr stiffen

jannoo roauyr stiffen

keyrrey roauyr (f.) fat sheep

kiaulleyder gob-roauyr thick-billed warbler

Kione Roauyr Contrary Head, Broad Headland

muc roauyr fat pig: Slaa smarrey er thoyn muc roauyr. DF

Rheynn Roauyr Thick Division

Stroin Roauyr (f.) Stranraer

treiney roauyr (f.) stub nail

Magher Cleigh Roauyr Thick Hedge Field

red beg roauyr stoutish

Thalloo Roauyr Vane White Fat Land

thunnag chione roauyr (f.) bufflehead

ushag roauyr ny hoarn (f.) corn bunting

fat blennick; eeh; geirr; keish; maa, mea; riurey, roauyrey; sahll: Spread fat on a fat pig's arse - Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF idiom; smuirr; roauyr: He is as fat and stupid as a wether - T'eh cha roauyr as ommidjagh as mohlt. DF idiom; riurid: Ye eat the fat - Ta shiu gee yn riurid Bible

stiffen (v.) creoiaghey, goll roauyr, jannoo lajer, jannoo roauyr, niartaghey, reenaghey, staayney, starkaghey

bufflehead (n.) thunnag chione roauyr

bulky (adj.) mooadagh, roauyr, thummidagh

buxom (adj.) roauyr

Contrary Head (n.) Kione Roauyr

corpulent (adj.) blennickagh; mooar-volgagh; roauyr

fat beast (n.) baagh roauyr

fat pig (n.) keish: The fat pig is ready for the market - Ta'n cheish aarloo da'n vargey. DF idiom; muc cheish; muc roauyr: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom

fat sheep (n.) keyrrey roauyr

fattish (adj.) beggan roauyr

fleshy (adj.) feillagh; roauyr

gross (n.) daa ghussan yeig; gross; (adj.) jiarg-; slane; garroo; roauyr: For this people's heart is waxed gross - Son ta cree yn phobble shoh er naase roauyr Bible

obese (adj.) keish, roauyr

overweight riurid; ro-hrome; roauyr

podgy (adj.) beggan roauyr; bog-roauyr

stout (n.) bainney ny baa doo, lhune doo; (adj.) chiu, lajer, loor, poinnee, stuitt, tramylt, trean; stuittey; roauyr: Was he very stout? - Row eh feer roauyr? JJK idiom

stoutish (adj.) red beg roauyr

Stranraer (n.) Stroin Roauyr

stub nail (n.) treiney roauyr

thick1 chiu, choo: The ink is too thick - Ta'n doo ro hiu. JJK idiom; er cheeid, mea, neuhoiggaltagh, vooar rish y cheilley; roauyr: The snow fell thick - Huitt y sniaghtey roauyr. DF idiom

Thick Division Rheynn Roauyr

Thick End (n.) Bun Roauyr

Thick Hedge (n.) Cleigh Roauyr

tubby (adj.) beg roauyr

Broad Headland (n.) Kione Roauyr, Bradda

Gansey (n.) Bun Roauyr, Gansee; (Yn) Eenaugh

plump beeit; cullagh; mea; roauyr

pudding-head (n.) kione-roauyr

thick-billed warbler (n.) kiaulleyder gob-roauyr

thick-leaved roauyr-ghuillagagh

Thick Rocky Place (n.) Creggan Roauyr

thick-skulled (adj.) doal-inchynagh, kione-roauyr

bog-roauyr podgy

kione-roauyr pudding-head, thick-skulled

roauyr-ghuillagagh thick-leaved

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

Thick Hedge Field (n.) Magher Cleigh Roauyr

White Fat Land (n.) Thalloo Roauyr Vane

corn bunting (n.) pompee ny hoarn, ushag roauyr ny hoarn

callin vie fat-fleshed: T'ad er n'aase roauyr, t'ad ayns callin vie; good liking

mohlt (=Ir. molt) castrated sheep, mutton, wether: T'eh cha roauyr as ommidjagh as mohlt. DF

turneyryn advocates: Ta turneyryn gaase roauyr er pingyn yn ommidan. DF; lawyers

arse (n.) thoyn: Spread fat on a fat pig's arse - Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF idiom

crab1 far-ymmyrt; partan: The crab which is always in its hole is never fat - Yn partan ta dy-kinjagh 'sy towl echey cha vel eh rieau roauyr. DF idiom

daubing slaa: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom

grease (n.) sahll; saill: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom; smarrey

heavy1 (adj.) chiu; laadagh; lajer; mooar; roauyr; torragh; trean; trome: There's a heavy dew - Ta druight trome ayn. JJK idiom; trome-horragh; tromey, trommey

lawyers (npl.) leighderyn: I have nothing against lawyers as such - Cha nel veg aym noi leighderyn myr t'ad. DF idiom; turneyryn: Lawyers grow fat on the pennies of fools - Ta turneyryn gaase roauyr er pingyn yn ommidan. DF idiom

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

callin (f.) 1 body, human carcase, torso a: bee callin Jezebel myr eoylley er eaghtyr y thallooin Bible; b pl. callinyn; 2 constitution: T'ad er n'aase roauyr, t'ad ayns callin vie Bible; 3 carcase

er n'aase grown: T'ad er n'aase roauyr, t'ad ayns callin vie, t'ad er n'gholl erskyn eer obbraghyn smessey ny mee-chrauee Bible

faiyr (=Ir. féar, Sc.G. feur,fiar) (m., f.) grass, scurvy grass: Son dy vel shiu er n'aase roauyr myr yn cholbagh ec faiyr Bible; herbage [O.Ir. fér]

looyr husky; stalwart; strong bodied: Va'n maynagh jeeaghyn sunt, roauyr as looyr; va e hooillyn soilshean, yn aght echey shickyr, e ymmyrkey jeeragh, as e hooyl moyrnagh. CnyO

partan (=Ir. partan) crab: Yn partan ta dy-kinjagh 'sy towl echey cha vel eh rieau roauyr. DF

sahll (f.) adipose tissue, blubber, fat, grease, saim: Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF; white flesh

shenn eash (f.) old age: Ver ad magh neesht ny smoo dy vess ayns nyn shenn eash: as bee ad roauyr as jeeaghyn dy mie. Bible

smarrey (=Ir. smearadh) dubbin, grease, greasing, lubricate, lubrication: Slaa smarrey er thoyn muc roauyr. DF; daub

toinn (f.) (pl -yn) breech: Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr JJK; pl. toinnaghyn bottom, bum; rump

firm (adj.) beayn, fondagh, gloo, jeelys, roauyr, shassooagh, trean; chionn: Stand firm - Shass dy chionn. DF idiom; shickyr: To hold firm - Dy hassoo dy shickyr. DF idiom; (n.) colught: We do business with that firm - Ta shin dellal rish y cholught shen. DF 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

stupid (n., adj.) awaneagh; bolvaneagh: He isn't so stupid as he looks - Cha nel eh cha bolvaneagh as t'eh jeeaghyn. JJK idiom; bouyranagh, jeecheeayllagh, meehushtagh; ommidjagh: He is as fat and stupid as a wether - T'eh cha roauyr as ommidjagh as mohlt. DF idiom

thummyd size: v'ad ooilley roit er yn un aght, jeh'n un towse, as yn un thummyd. Bible; fatness: t'ou uss er n'aase roauyr, as t'ou er n'ghoaill thummyd, t'ou coodit lesh saill Bible; multitude: Eisht chuir ad: as nish cha row dy niart oc yn lieen y ghoaill stiagh va lhied y thummyd eeast ayn. Bible

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