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chea roish avoid; flee: and the people fled eisht ren adsyn myrgeddin chea roish Abishai, as chossyn ad stiagh 'syn ard-valley. Bible

cheet roish come along, come before: Huitt eh magh eisht, oie feayr geuree dy row, va Harry cheet roish dy-valley jeeaghyn er e hoshiaght rish shibbyr cheh, er-yn-oyr v'eh feayr as accryssagh. Coraa; forestall; outflank; prelude

chionney roish press on

chossyn roish fled: chossyn ad roue, as daag ad yn ard-valley 'sy dorraghys Bible

cloie roish play on

cosne roish flee

cosney roish clear out, make off; get away: Cur-jee skianyn da Moab, dy vod eh getlagh as cosney roish Bible; elude; escape

cur roish frame, instruct, propose, submit: quoi t'er hoiggal aigney yn Chiarn, dy jean eh cur roish? Bible

fer roish predecessor: Yn fer roish yn fer jerrinagh. DF

foshlit roish liable: Foshlit roish feayraghtyn. DF

fow roish buzz off, walk away

gholl roish (dy); (to) make tracks, wend: haink eh gy-kione er y chiarroo laa, tra vad er nirreesy voghrey, dy chiartee eh dy gholl roish

giarrey roish cut in

goll roish betake, buzz off, clear out, go off, make away, move on, nip off, pass on, pop off, walk away; antecede, go ahead, go before, precede: ta injillid goll roish ooashley Bible

gow roish (impv) proceed

halkal roish (dy); (to) jog along

immeeagh roish set off

immeeaght roish creep away, cut off, proceed, vamoose

immee roish drive away, proceed, slip away

imneeaght roish career

jeeaghyn roish look forward: T'eh jeeaghyn roish sheeyney magh jeh ny cummaltee ynnydagh as seyraadyn da skibbyltee boghtey. Carn

jeeragh roish straight ahead, straight before: nee ooilley yn pobble gyllagh lesh coraa ard; as nee voalley yn ard-valley tuittym sheese kiart, as nee yn pobble goll seose, dy chooilley ghooinney jeeragh roish. Bible; directly infront

jingey roish move along, press forward, shove forward

keimnaghey roish stalk

kirtagh roish speeding along

lhie roish acquiesce, acquiescence, acquiescent; set before: va daa vaskad dy figgyn nyn lhie roish chiamble y Chiarn Bible

loayr roish talk away

loayrt roish talk on

obbraghey roish work on

Poyll Roish Pulrose: Ayns y jerrey, nee yn piob-linney livrey gas gys y stashoon-pooar noa ayns Poyll Roish. BS

raipey roish (of pestilence) rage

ratchal roish dash along, snatch ahead

roie roish rattle on, sweep along

roish brey antenatal

Roish Creest Before Christ, pre-Christian, B.C.

roish jinnair anteprandial, before dinner: As tra honnick yn Pharisee shoh, ghow eh yindys nagh niee eh (e laueyn) roish jinnair. Bible

roish munlaa in the morning

roish my ere: As roish my row mee erreish loayrt ayns my chree Bible

roish nish erstwhile; heretofore: Va ny Horimee myrgeddin roish nish cummal ayns Seir Bible; before now

roish ruggyr antenatal, before birth

roish shen before then, prior to that: bee ny laghyn roish shen dy choayl da Bible

roish shiaghtin within a week

roish shoh erstwhile; foregoing, previously: Son roish shoh, va Eliashib yn saggyrt, er va currym shamyryn-tashtee thien Jee ain, caardys da Tobiah. Bible; heretofore

rowlaghey roish bowl along

screebey roish scrape along

seiy roish thrust forward

shooyl roish walk along, walk away, walk off: V'eh shooyl roish dy baccagh. DF

skeabey roish sweep along, sweep on

skeetal roish slink

skellal roish 1 disappear, vanish a: Ren eh skellal roish mygeayrt y chorneil. Bible; 2 (as speed) whip

skirrey roish slide by, slide off

snaue roish creep along, creep on

traaue roish (of ship) labour

vroddal roish (dy); (to) jog along

vroddey roish (dy); (to) lumber along

appee roish yn traa precocious

cheet roish er y raad waylay

chied Doonaght roish y Chargys (yn) Quinquagesima

Club Aeglagh Phoyll Roish Pulrose Youth Club

daa roish y jerrey antepenultimate

fer ta cur roish proposer

fo aggle trome roish sore afraid: As va Moab fo aggle trome roish y pobble Bible

geddyn baase roish predecease: Screeu eshyn: 'T'eh doillee son dooinney dy yannoo e chooid share ayns chengey ta sheiltyn dy ve er chee geddyn baase roish y dooinney hene'. Carn

goaill aggle roish fear: Son ta sleih t'ayns pooar as goaill aggle roish Jee bannaght feer wooar CS

gobbragh roish er plug away

goll roish dy moal creep on

goll roish veih generalize

keylaghey roish ny hrooid worming through

lhie sheese roish succumb: my ta ben lhie sheese roish baagh erbee, nee uss yn ven as y baagh y varroo Bible

Magher Roish y Dorrys Field Before the Door

Magher Roish y Thie Field Before the House

moghrey roish shen morning before

Raad Poyll Roish Pulrose Road

Ratçhyn Classicagh Roish TT Pre TT Classic Races

roie roish y gheay scud

roish y chaggey prewar

roish y chroan afore the mast

roish yn imbagh untimely

roish yn phobble limelight

roish yn traa early, premature, untimely: Ta'n mayl echey eeckit roish yn traa. DF

roish y phoosey antenuptial

roish y theihll antemundane; before the creation of the world; before the world: s'mie va'n obbyr jeant ec 'Neen Doris Clague as 'Neen Laura Kneale dy chummal seose y vrattagh Vanninagh roish y theihll. Coraa

roish y thooilley antediluvian; before the flood: Son myr ayns ny laghyn va roish y thooilley, v'ad gee as giu, poosey as coyrt ayns poosey, derrey yn laa hie Noe stiagh ayns yn arg Bible

roish y toilshey antelucan, before light

roish y traa untimely: ve goll-rish mess ben ta er jeet roish y traa Bible

roish y vadran antelucan, before dawn, before daylight

roish y vannish antenuptial; before the wedding

shiaulley roish y gheay drive

Shirveish roish Sondid Service before Self

sloo na blein roish (ny) within a year

ymmyrkey roish y traa miscarriage

ymmyrk roish y traa miscarry

shirrey kied yn treealtys y chur roish beg to move the motion

walk away (v.) fow roish, goll roish, shooyl roish

untimely (adj., adv.) anemshyragh, antraaoil, dy anappee, dy meehraaoil, mee-emshyragh, meehraaoil, neuimbaghoil, roish yn imbagh, roish yn traa; neu-appee; roish y traa

antelucan (adj.) roish y toilshey, roish y vadran

antenatal (adj.) roish brey; roish ruggyr

antenuptial (adj.) roish y phoosey, roish y vannish, rophooseydagh

buzz off (v.) fow roish; goll roish; troggal er

clear out (v.) cosney roish; folmaghey; goll roish

creep on (v.) goll roish dy moal, snaue roish

erstwhile (adj., adv.) roish nish; roish shoh

jog along (to); (dy) halkal roish; (dy) vroddal roish

sweep along roie roish; skeabey roish

heretofore (adv.) roish nish; roish shoh: now I write to them which heretofore have sinned - ta mee scrieu hucsyn ta roish shoh er nyannoo peccah Bible; roie; roïe: for ye have not passed this way heretofore - son cha vel shiu er gholl yn raad shoh roïe Bible

ere (conj.) roish my: Ere he comes - Roish my jig eh. DF idiom

previous (adj.) roish: Previous to my departure - Roish yn immeeaght aym. DF idiom

proceed1 (v.) gow roish, immeeaght roish, goll er y hoshiagh; goll er y hoshiaght

before him roish: A fine future lies before him - Ta seihll braew roish. DF idiom; roishyn; fosyn

before then roish shen: The day before then - Yn laa roish shen. DF idiom

come before (v.) cheet roish: It will come before the court tomorrow - Hig eh roish y whaiyl mairagh. DF idiom

keeayl (f.) connotation, discretion, wisdom, wit, wits: Gow my ynsagh roish argid, as keeayl roish yn airh s'costal. Bible; (of word) denotation

acquiesce (v.) lhie roish

acquiescence (n.) lhie roish

afore roish

antemundane (adj.) roish y theihll

anteprandial (adj.) roish jinnair

B.C. R.C.; Roish Creest

before birth roish ruggyr

before dinner roish jinnair: he marvelled that he had not first washed before dinner - ghow eh yindys nagh niee eh (e laueyn) roish jinnair Bible

before the flood roish y thooilley: For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking - Son myr ayns ny laghyn va roish y thooilley, vad gee as giu Bible

bowl along (v.) rowlaghey roish

come along (v.) cheet roish

creep along (v.) snaue roish

creep away (v.) immeeaght roish

dash along (v.) ratchal roish

directly infront jeeragh roish

disappear (v.) lheie, skellal roish

escape (v.) scapail; shaghney; cosney roish: I still had hopes of his escape - Va foast jerkallys aym dy gosnagh eh roish. JJK idiom

fled (v.) chossyn roish; hea

forestall (v.) cheet roish

labour3 (v.) (of ship) traaue roish

liable (adj.) currit da: Liable to catch colds - Currit da feayraghtyn. DF idiom; freggyragh: Jointly and severally liable - Freggyragh ry cheilley as er lheh. DF idiom; foshlit roish: Liable to catch colds - Foshlit roish feayraghtyn. DF idiom

look forward (v.) jeeaghyn roish

make away (v.) goll roish

make off (v.) cosney roish

make tracks (v.) (to); (dy) gholl roish

outflank (v.) cheet roish

pass on (v.) goll roish

play on cloie roish

precede (v.) goll roish

pre-Christian (adj.) roie-Chreestee; Roish Creest

prewar (adj.) roish y chaggey

Pulrose Poyll Roish

rattle on (v.) roie roish

scrape along (v.) screebey roish

slide by (v.) skirrey roish

slide off (v.) skirrey roish

slink (v.) skeetal roish

slip away (v.) immee roish

snatch ahead ratchal roish

speeding along (v.) kirtagh roish

straight before jeeragh roish

succumb (v.) lhie sheese roish

sweep on (v.) skeabey roish

talk on (v.) loayrt roish

thrust forward seiy roish

vamoose (v.) immeeaght roish

walk along (v.) shooyl roish

walk off (v.) shooyl roish

whip5 (as speed) skellal roish

work on (v.) obbraghey roish

berrish (f.) pl. berrishyn berry, currant: Va fys aym dy row berrish ayn roish thammag, As va fys aym dy row ooh ayn roish kiark GB

fiosagh delicate, tender, undeveloped: Eisht v'adsyn nearagh roish nyn oltyn hene, nish jeeaghyn eajee agh roish peccah glen; apyrnyn thanney fiosagh jeant jeh duilley ren ad dy reayll nyn nearey veih dagh shilley. PC; (child) underdeveloped; (of persons) undersized

floagyn rolling things: bee ad er nyn imman myr coau ny sleityn roish y gheay, as myr floagyn roish y gheaychassee Bible; flakes; particles

Phalasteen (f.) (Yn) Palestine: Agh sy Phalasteen va Ewnish aavioghit roish y traa shen, ayns ny bleeantyn roish as lurg y chied chaggey mooar. Carn

phointeil appointed; (dy); (to) appoint: ren mish y reih roish dt'ayr as roish ooilley e hie, dy phointeil mish my er-reill harrish pobble y Chiarn, harrish Israel Bible

acquiescent (adj.) aashagh; coar; lhie roish

ahead er oaie: To go ahead - Dy gholl er oaie. DF idiom; er y chione: He's going ahead - T'eh goll er y chione. DF idiom; kionroish; roish: To draw ahead of something - Dy gholl roish red ennagh. DF idiom

antepenultimate (n., adj.) daa roish y jerrey

avoid (v.) scapail; shaghney: Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife - Ny-yeih, dy haghney maarderys, lhig da e ven hene ve ec dagh dooinney Bible; shaghyn: But avoid foolish questions - Agh shaghyn questionyn ommijagh Bible; chea roish: Avoid it, pass not by it - Jean chea roish, ny gow liorish Bible

before ayns oaie, er oaie; beealloo: Situated right before them - Ny hoie kiart nyn meealloo. DF idiom; fenish; kionfenish, kionefenish: He sat before the king - Hoie eh kionefenish y ree. DF idiom; kiongoyrt; ro; roish: Before heaven or earth existed - Roish myr row ayn niau ny thalloo. DF idiom; roie, roïe: Long before - Foddey roie. DF idiom; my

Before Christ R.C., Roish Creest

before dawn roish y vadran

before daylight roish y vadran

before light roish y toilshey

before now hannah; roish nish

elude (v.) cosney roish; scapail; shaghney

flee1 (v.) chea: they shall flee, as fleeing from a sword - nee ad chea, myr veihn chliwe Bible; chea ersooyl: And he that is courageous among the mighty shall flee away - As nee yn dooinney dunnal mastey ny treanee chea ersooyl Bible; chea roish, chea voish; chea veih: I flee from the face of my mistress Sarai - Ta mee roie er chea veih eddin my venainshtyr Bible; (dy) chosney ersooyl; roie er-chea: ye shall flee when none pursueth you - nee shiu roie er-chea, tra nagh bee fer erbee er nyn eiyrts Bible; cosne roish: Therefore now flee thou to thy place - Shen-y-fa nish, cosne royd gys dtynnyd hene Bible; (impv) roie-jee: Flee, save your lives - Roie-jee er-chea, saue-jee nyn mioys Bible

instruct (v.) sarey, ynsaghey, cur roish

lumber along (v.) (to); (dy) stravaagey; (dy) vroddey roish

morning before (n.) moghrey roish shen

plug away (v.) gobbragh roish er

pop off (v.) goll roish, paartail

prelude cheet roish; roie-chloie; roie-immeeaght

prior to that roish shen

Pulrose Road (n.) Raad Poyll Roish

rage2 (v.) (of pestilence) raipey roish; jannoo sheean

within a week roish shiaghtin

chaglym ry cheilley muster: s'cliaghtey lesh ny Manninee veih lhing Ree Ghorree Crovan as tammylt roish shen chaglym ry cheilley dy chlashtyn ny leighyn noa er nyn loayrt magh as aghinyn as neuaashidyn er nyn gur roish y Chooyrt dy gheddyn couyr Carn

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