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run (n.) aber; straih; turrys; jerrey lhuingey; (v.) cur er e hoshiaght; cur ny roie; goll seose; ratch; roie; roit; sheeley; shelg


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chicken run (n.) close kirkey

milk run (n.) etlagh cadjin

pigeon run (n.) close calmane

practice run (n.) roie cliaghtey

run about (n.) motoreen

run across (v.) haink er

run after (v.) roie geiyrt er, roie ny yei

Run along (impv) Immee royd

run along (v.) sheeyney rish

run apace (v.) roie dy tappee

run away (v.) chea, roie er chea, roie ersooyl; cur cooyl

run down (adj.) follym; lhaggit; (v.) lhieggal, roie sheese

run in (v.) roie stiagh

run off (v.) roie ersooyl, roie jeh, teaumey

run on (v.) goll er; lhiantyn; tannaghtyn

run out (v.) ceau; roie magh; skeaylley

run over (v.) deayrtey harrish, lhieggey, roie harrish

run through (v.) roie trooid; roight

run up (v.) roie seose

shall run roieys: One post shall run to meet another - Roieys post quail post Bible; roie-ee: they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the Lord - roie-ee ad noon as noal dy hirrey goo yn Chiarn Bible

would run roieagh

on the run scaipail

run the gauntlet (v.) roie coorse yn clat

aground (adj., adv.) er y traie; (ny) soie; er thalloo: To run aground - Dy roie er y thalloo. DF idiom; er y ghrunt: To run aground - Dy roie er y thalloo. DF idiom; marroo

close calmane pigeon run

cur ny roie run

deayrtey harrish run over

etlagh cadjin milk run

jerrey lhuingey run

motoreen run about

roie cliaghtey practice run

roie ersooyl flow away, fly away, run away, run off: As dreggyr eh, Ta'n pobble er roie ersooyl veih'n chaggey, as ta ymmodee jeu myrgeddin er duittym, as t'ad marroo Bible

roie jeh run off

run-down (adj.) neuvioyr

ski-run (n.) faaney

close kirkey chicken run, coop

roie geiyrt er run after

roie coorse yn clat run the gauntlet

roie magh flow out, issue, issuing, run out

roie ny yei go after, run after

sheeyney rish run along, verges; in contiguity

cur cooyl depart; put from; run away; reject; turn away; turn back

faaney inclination, incline, rake, ski-run, slant; batter

haink er run across, came upon: Cre'n monney dy vaase haink er? DF

neuvioyr (mood) flat; inactive, listless, moribund, run-down, spiritless, tame, unlively

roie harrish outflow, overflow, range, run over: Vod cabbil roie harrish creggyn? Bible

roie trooid rattle off; run through: Ta'n awin roie trooid y lheeannee. DF

roit ass stale, run out: Ta mee roit ass ennal. DF

garage (v.) cur stiagh 'sy gharreish; (n.) garreish; gareish: The car backed into the garage - Hie yn gleashtan ergooyl stiagh 'sy ghareish. DF idiom; garaashtey: Run the car into the garage - Cur y gleashtan 'sy gharaashtey. DF idiom

hedges (npl.) cleighyn, cleiyn; cleighee; cleiyee: lament, and run to and fro by the hedges - jean-jee dobberan, as roie-jee noon as noal rish ny cleiyee Bible

hounds (npl.) coyin: Master of hounds - Meoir ny goyin. DF idiom; coin: To run with the hare and hunt with the hounds - Roie marish y waagh as shelg marish ny coin. JJK idiom

hunt1 feieaght; lught y chelg; shelg: To run with the hare and hunt with the hounds - Roie marish y waagh as shelg marish ny coin. JJK idiom

to and fro (adv.) hoal as wass; huggey as veih; noon as noal: They run to and fro - T'ad roie noon as noal. DF idiom

aber (f.) pl. aberyn pasturage, pasture, range, run: fassaghey ad myr eayin ayns aber aalin. Bible; river mouth; bunker

chea (=Ir. teitheamh) flee, flight, retreat, run away, scamper: lhig deiney Israel orroo dy row ad chea veih ny Benjamiteyn Bible; fleeth; abscondment

cur er e hoshiaght encourage, press forward, promote, run: Ta Barrantee Phurt ny h-Inshey cur er e hoshiaght plannyn dy ghreinnaghey lhiasaghey ayns 'Ard-valley Lhie ny Greiney'. BS

follym (=Ir. folamh) disengaged, expressionless, flat, formal, free, hollow, inane, platitudinous, run down, shallow, unoccupied, vacant, vacuous, void: Son t'eh jannoo magh yn annym follym Bible; empty, empty-handed: Ny gow follym gys dty voir-'sy-leigh Bible; (as mind) barren; (as cartridge) blank; (in town) waste; jejune

goll er carry on, continue, run on: as er-yn-oyr ayns Judah dy row reddyn foast goll er dy mie Bible; proceeds

goll seose ascendant, ascent, go up, lead up, mount, run: yiow baase er y chronk, huggey t'ou goll seose Bible; ascending, mounting; (wind) veer; (south to west) wester

greesit abetted, aroused, excited, fevered, provoked, stirred: Dooyrt kuse dy ynseydee dy row ad greesit liorish spyrryd Somhairle Mac Lean as y possan kiaullee Run Rig dy ynsaghey yn chengey. Carn

Immee royd (impv) Away, Begone, Depart, Go ahead, Run along: Immee royd ass dty heer hene, as veih dty chynney Bible; Get thee to

lhaggit bated, run down; relaxed: Shegin da ny studeyryn ve ayns stayd lhaggit dy gheddyn foays ass shoh. Carn

lhieggal abate, bowl over, cast down, chop down, dismount, destroy, fall, fell, fetch down, get down, knock over, lay low, level, lower, pull down, pull over, raze, run down, topple, tumble, unship, upset; (price) beat down; dissolve; overthrow

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

possan kiaullee band: Dooyrt kuse dy ynseydee dy row ad greesit liorish spyrryd Somhairle Mac Lean as y possan kiaullee Run Rig dy ynsaghey yn chengey. Carn; (small musical); orchestra

ratch1 (=Ir. rás) pl. ratchyn burst of speed, dart, dash, race, run, rush, sprint: Hug mee eh stiagh 'sy ratch. DF

roieagh would run: er-aggle dy roieagh ad er creggyn, hilg ad kiare akeryn magh Bible

roie dy tappee run apace: Brish ny feeacklyn oc, O Yee, ayns nyn meeal; bwoaill craueyn-keeil ny lionyn, O Hiarn: lhig daue tuittym ersooyl myr ushtey ta roie dy tappee; Bible; fleet

roie-ee shall run: Roie-ee ad noon as noal son bee: as gow-ee ad dy olk rish, mannagh bee ad jeant magh. Bible

roie er chea abscond, fly away, retreat, run away, scatter: Ta mee roie er chea veih eddin my ven-ainshtyr Sarai. Bible

roie seose run up: As va'n chagliagh roie seose gys Bethhogla, as hie eh veih shen rish cheu-twoaie Beth-arabah Bible

roie sheese run down, sweep down: lhig da briwnys roie sheese myr ushtaghyn Bible

roie stiagh dash in, run in: As tra va'n laa er jeet rish, cha bione daue yn cheer: agh chronnee ad ooig dy row lesh traie, raad v'ad kiarit, my oddagh eh ve, yn lhong y roie stiagh. Bible

roieys shall run: Eshyn ta credjal aynym's, myr ta'n scriptyr er ghra, Ass y chree echeysyn roieys strooanyn dy ushtey bio. Bible

roight impaled, run through: myr coamrey ny merriu ta roight trooid lesh y chliwe Bible; thrust

roit cast, melted, molten, moulded: t'ad er chummey daue hene jallooyn roit jeh nyn argid Bible; raced, run

scaipail on the run; slip out: Ren y moddey scaipail ass e yeeal eh hene. DF

straih (f.) 1 break, flight of hurdles, nest, orchestral suite, range, row, run, screed, strata, stratum, strip, tier; 2 sequence, series a: Straih elley ta er ve scanshoil, shen Ny hAshoonyn gyn Steat jeant ec Chellooish Albinagh Carn

tannaghtyn (=Ir. fanact) abide, abiding, bide, continuance, continue, dwell, endure, lodge, remain, remanent, run on, stay, stop, tarry: myr shen ta my spyrryd tannaghtyn ny mast' eu Bible; abideth

teaumey (as small boat) bail; bale, baling, decant, decantation, drain, pouring, pour out, run off; teeming: T'eh teaumey fliaghey. DF; (of liquid) empty, draining, drawing off, draw off, pump empty, pump out: Va shin teaumey yn chibbyr. DF; (as strength) tax; (as lorry) tip

turrys (=Ir. turas) (f.) (of sea) crossing, passage; excursion, expedition, itinerary, jaunt, journey, outing, progress, run, tour, trip: Bee turrys sterrymagh ain jiu. DF; (of planet) transit; (of postman) walk

race (n.) area, arey, clash, race, stroo; dooghys, reis; ratch, ratçh: Leading car in a race - Gleashtan toshee ayns ratch. DF idiom; roie: His race is run - Ta'n roie echey roit. DF idiom; kynney: The human race - Yn kynney deiney. DF idiom; sluight: He comes from a long race of seafaring men - Marrinnee va'n sluight echey er dy rieau. DF idiom; fraue; (v.) ratchal, roie ratch

shed (n.) bwaag; bwaane: Lean-to shed - Bwaane rish boalley. DF idiom; dreeym; (v.) shilley; shill, shillit; skah; skahit, skaht, tilgit; deayrt; gheayrt: And shed innocent blood - As gheayrt ad yn uill gyn loght; deayrtey: For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood - Son ta ny cassyn oc roie gys olk, as jannoo siyr gys deayrtey folley Bible

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

roie (=Ir. rith) bolt, burst, cursive, dart, flow, full retreat, melt, race, range, run, scurry, slip, sprinting: roie dy mooar ayns eash Bible; raced; smuggle, smuggling; (as animals) charging; (as pain) shooting; (ale) draught; ladder; flowing, flying, running; See roïe before: Myr dooyrt shin roie Bible; ran; rushed; See roïe previously; heretofore

sheeley clarify, clear, distil, drain, extract, draw, dribble, drip, filter, gravitate, instil, percolate, refine: ren y pobble sheeley ersooyl voish er y laa shen gys yn ard-valley Bible; discharge, gutter, weep, trickle, seep, run, ooze, leach, flow; insemination; (as milk) soil; (off) strain, straining; instillation

shelg 1 (v.) hunting: myr fer ta shelg kiark-rheinnee er ny sleityn Bible; 2 (f.) chase, hunt, milt, prey, prowl, pursuit, quarry, run, shoot, spleen, venery a: Cha vel yn er-liastey gaarlagh shen, ghow eh ayns shelg: agh ta cooid dooinney frioosagh bannaght da Bible; 3 (the) field [Ir. sealg]

skeaylley1 breed, cast loose, diffract, diffuse, disband, discharge, dismiss, dispel, disseminate, dissipate, dissolve, draw apart, drop away, leakage, release, resolution, resolve, run out, scatter, scattering, scramble, slacken, slackening, slip, spread, spreading, spring, sprinkle, sprinkling, undoing, unfix, unfurl, unfurling, liquidate: Er shoh ren y Chiarn skeaylley ad magh veih shen harrish slane eaghtyr y thallooin Bible; diffusion, dissipation, dissolution, looseness

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