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say1 (impv) abbyr: Say 'abbot' without moving your jaw - Abbyr 'abb' dyn gleashagh dty chab. DF idiom; (v.) gra: I had better say nothing - Bare dou gra veg. DF idiom; jir: He won't say anything whatever - Cha jir eh veg. DF idiom; liassaghey

say2 (to); (dy) ghra

Inexact matches:

I say (intj) Hoigh

Say again1 (interrog.) Yah; Yagh

Say again2 (impv) Abbyr shen reesht

say grace (v.) oltee yn bee

say it abbyr eh

say on gow lesh; loayrt royd

Say ye Abbyr-jee

shall say1 jirragh: ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place - jirragh shiu rish y slieau shoh, Scugh veih shoh noon gys shid Bible; jirrys: Thus shalt thou say to the prophet - Myr shoh jirrys oo rish y phadeyr Bible; jir: So that a man shall say - Myr shen dy jir dooinney Bible

shall say2 (interrog.) n'yiarrys

will say jir

wilt say jir

would say1 jirragh, niarragh; yarragh; yiarragh: As we would say in Manx - Myr yiarragh shin 'sy Ghaelg. DF idiom

would say2 (interrog.) niarragh, jirragh

I dare say (dy vel) credjym

I should say yarrin: If I should say, I have hope - My yarrin, dy vel mee foast ayns treishteil Bible

I will say loayrym: for I will say the truth - loayrym yn irriney Bible; jir-ym: I will say unto God, Do not condemn me - Jir-ym rish Jee, Ny jean my gheyrey Bible

I would say yiarrin

shall not say cha n'yiarrys; cha jir: And the inhabitant shall not say, I am sick - As cha jir y cummaltagh, Ta mee ching Bible

we shall say jir mayd: Teach us what we shall say unto him - Cur roin cre jir mayd rishyn Bible

Would I say (interrog.) Jirrin

You don't say so (intj) Dy ghra

jir1 1 shall say, wilt say, will say a: Jir uss eisht rhym, Cre'n-fa t'eh foast feddyn foill? Bible; 2 say: Cre'n-oyr jir ny scrudeyryn dy vel Elias dy heet hoshiaght? Bible

jirragh1 shall say, would say: jirragh shiu rish y slieau shoh, Scugh veih shoh noon gys shid Bible

jirragh2 (interrog.) would say

Jirrin (interrog.) Would I say

loayrt royd say on

niarragh (interrog.) would say

n'yiarrys (interrog.) shall say

Yagh1 (intj) Say again, What

Yah1 (intj) Say again

Abbyr shen reesht (impv) Say again

cha n'yiarrys shall not say

Hoigh (intj) Hullo, Hulloa, I say

oltee yn bee say grace

Dy ghra (intj) Indeed, You don't say so

prayers (npl.) padjeraghyn; padjeryn: Say your prayers - Gow dty phadjeryn. DF idiom

abbyr (=Ir. abair) 1 say, state, phrase a: abbyr rish cloan dty phobble Bible; 2 (Geometry) assume; 3 tell

credjym (=Ir. creidim) (dy vel) I dare say: Credjym nish dy vel eh marroo. DF

ghra (dy); (to) say: Cooinee cre ta'n Noo Ean dy ghra CS

jir2 (interrog.) will say: Cre jir mayd rish my hiarn? Bible

jirrys shall say: Myr shoh jirrys shiu dagh dooinney rish e naboo Bible

liassaghey affirm, say: Cha vel fockle dy lheid as t'ou liassaghey Bible

loayrym I will say: son loayrym yn irriney Bible

yarragh would say: Myr shoh hug Joab ro-ee cre yarragh ee Bible

yarrin I should say: My yarrin, dy vel mee foast ayns treishteil Bible

yiarragh would say: Quoi yiarragh rish Abraham, dy beagh Sarah ny ben-kee? Bible

abbot (n.) abb, fer-reill abban: Say 'abbot' without moving your jaw - Abbyr 'abb' dyn gleashagh dty chab. DF idiom

affirm (v.) feerey; niartaghey; shickyraghey; liassaghey: as some affirm that we say - as myr ta paart liassaghey dy vel shin gra Bible; jeru

after them nyn yei; (ny) lurg oc: You'll say your lesson after them - Jir shiu nyn lessoon ny lurg oc. JJK idiom

appropriate (adj.) cooie: That was the appropriate thing to say - Va shen yn red cooie dy ghra. DF idiom

began hoshee; ghow toshiaght: he began to say unto his disciples - ghow eh toshiaght dy ghra rish e ostyllyn Bible

court1 (n.) cooyrt, faaie; quaiyl: He'll appear before this court of justice, at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh, ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom; (v.) sooree

court of justice (n.) quaiyl vriwnys: He'll appear before this court of justice; at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh; ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom

ditto cheddin; red cheddin: Ditto to you? - Yn red cheddin dhyt! DF idiom; (yn) un' red: To say ditto - Dy ghra yn 'un red. DF idiom

eggs (npl.) oohyn: Shall we say, then, coffee, eggs, ham? - Eisht jirmayd caffee, oohyn, yskid? JJK idiom; ooyn: Counting the chickens before the eggs are hatched - Coontey ny hein roish ta ny hooyn guirt. JJK idiom

give up (v.) faagail; cur seose: I will say to the north, Give up - Jir-ym rish y twoaie, Cur seose Bible

goodman (n.) eh hene; fer thie: say ye to the goodman of the house - abbyr-jee rish y fer-thie Bible; sheshey: For the goodman is not at home - Son cha vel my heshey ec y thie Bible

I should speak lhisin loayrt: what I should say, and what I should speak - cre vorrym dy ghra, as cre lhisin loayrt Bible

jaw1 (n.) cab: Say 'abbot' without moving your jaw - Abbyr 'abb' dyn gleashagh dty chab. DF idiom; keeil: The upper jaw - Yn keeil eaghtyragh. DF idiom; cabberaght

justice (n.) cairys, corrym, corrymid, corrymys, jeerys; briwnys: He'll appear before this court of justice, at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh, ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom

moving gleashagh: Say 'abbot' without moving your jaw - Abbyr 'abb' dyn gleashagh dty chab. DF idiom; moostagh; scughey; toghtagh; snauee

prove (v.) fiddraghtyn, fondaghey, fidraghtyn; jeru; (impv) ronsee; prowal: Whatever you may say, I'll prove to you that you're wrong - Cre erbee foddee oo gra, n'eem prowal dhyt dy vel oo cam. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) phrowal

shall answer freggyree: And the King shall answer and say unto them - As freggyree yn Ree, as jir eh roo Bible

shibboleth (n.) jarroo-raa, shenn-raa ceaut; shibboleth: Then said they unto him, Say now Shibboleth - Eisht dooyrt ad rish, Abbyr nish SIBBOLETH Bible; sibboleth

thus (adv.) myr shen; myr shoh; shoh myr; er yn aght shoh: Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel Er yn aght shoh nee oo loayrt rish cloan Israel Bible

Abbyr eh (intj) Hear, Hear, Well said; Say on: As dreggyr Yeesey, as dooyrt eh rish, Simon, ta red aym's dy ghra rhyt, As dooyrt eh, Abbyr eh, vainshter. Bible

abbyr eh say it: My ta red erbee ayd dy ghra, abbyr eh: immee lesh; son ta mee aggindagh dy dty heyrey. Bible

Abbyr-jee Say ye: Abbyr-jee rish y dooinney ynrick, Dy jig eshyn jeh dy mie ; son nee ad soylley y ghoaill jeh mess nyn yannoo. Bible

gow lesh say on: Nish uss vac y dooinney, gow lesh bardoon son Tyrus Bible; go on

gra (=Ir. ) articulate, express, order, phrase, state; say, saying: Shimmey tayn ta gra jeh mannym Bible

jir mayd we shall say: as jir mayd, Dy vel drogh veisht ennagh er stroie eh Bible

jir-ym I will say: Jir-ym rish y Chiarn, Uss my hreishteil, as my hoor lajer Bible

yiarrin I would say: Yiarrin hene dy vel yn caggey son Bretnish yn caggey smoo scanshoil ayns Bretin hene. Carn

farewell (n.) aigh vie; bannaght lhiat; slane ayd; slane eu; slane lhiat: to say before thee what they had against him. Farewell - dy chur stiagh kiongoyrt rhyts cre-erbee voc dy lhiassaghey n. Slane lhiat Bible; slane lhieu, slane lhiu; my vannaght mêriu: Finally, brethren, farewell - Er-jerrey, vraaraghyn, my vannaght mêriu: Bible

know (v.) ennys; gennaghtyn; nione, nhione: Do you know the child with the blue eye? - Nhione diu yn lhiannoo ta sooillyn gorrym echey. JJK idiom; fys ec: I can't say anything that you do not already know - Cha n'oddym gra veg, nagh vel fys hannah ayd. JJK idiom; shione: I know it pretty well - Shione dou eh feer vie. JJK idiom; toig; shoyl; fys ec er: Therefore he knoweth their works - Shen-y-fa ta fys echey er nyn obbraghyn Bible; cur enney er: knowing that it was the Lord. - cur enney er dy nee eh van Chiarn Bible

prosperity (n.) baill, grais, raah, raah mie, raahys, raays, speeideilys; sonnys; rah: At the zenith of his prosperity - Ec yn ard rah echey. DF idiom; palchys: And thus shall ye say to him that liveth in prosperity - As myr shoh nee shiu gra rishyn ta beaghey ayns palchys Bible; foays

shew insh: I will go up, and shew Pharaoh, and say unto him - Hems seose, as insh-ym da Pharaoh, as jir-ym rish Bible; jeeagh: and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will shew thee - as veih thie dty ayrey, gys y cheer jeeagh-ym dhyt. Bible; soilshee: and shew kindness unto my master Abraham - as soilshee kenjallys da my vainshtyr Abraham Bible; soilshaghey: the salvation of the Lord, which he will shew to you to day - yn saualtys neen Chiarn soilshaghey diu er y laa shoh Bible; faishnagh: Let them bring them forth, and shew us what shall happen - Lhig daue soiaghey magh nyn yallooyn, as faishnagh dooin cre vees maghey shoh Bible

sign1 cowraghey; cowreydagh; monney: That's a sure sign - Ta shen monney shickyr. DF idiom; cowrey: They say it's a sign of fine weather, in the morning - Ta feallagh gra dy nee cowrey emshir aalin eh, ayns y voghrey. JJK idiom

wish mian: I wish to say - S'mian lhiam gra. DF idiom; mianey; yerkal; baill; soulaghey; geearree: I wish for money - Ta mee geearree argid. DF idiom; yeearree; sailt: Why do you wish us to learn this? - Cre'n fa sailt shin dy ynsagh eh shoh? JJK idiom


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