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saying (n.) raa: There is much between saying and doing - Ta lane eddyr raa as jannoo. JJK idiom; gra: She was saying the word over the other woman - V'ee gra yn fockle er y ven elley. DF idiom


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common saying (n.) raa cadjin

old saying (n.) shennockle

popular saying (n.) raa cadjin

without saying anymore gyn arragh y ghra

raa cadjin 1 adage, cliché, colloquialism, common saying, popular saying a: Son dy vel shiu jannoo raa cadjin jeh'n ockle shoh Bible; 2 (saying) tag

shennockle by-word, old saying, proverb

gyn arragh y ghra in short, without saying anymore

bankrupt (adj.) banc-vrisht, brishtagh; (v.) brishey; (n.) fer brisht; brisht: In effect you are saying that he is bankrupt - Dy insh yn irriney ta shiu gra dy ve eh brisht. DF idiom

better than (ny) share na: A silent tongue is better than saying evil - Ta chengey ny host ny share na olk y ghra. JJK idiom

bugger (n., v.) buggyr: What's that old bugger saying now? - C'red ta'n shenn vuggyr gra nish? DF idiom

commonly (adv.) cadjinagh; dy cadjin: and this saying is commonly reported among the Jews - as tan raa shoh dy cadjin er ny insh magh mastey ny Hewnyn Bible

doing (v.) jannoo: There is much between saying and doing - Ta lane eddyr raa as jannoo. JJK idiom

heavenly host (n.) sheshaght-flaunys: And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, - As ayns y tullogh va marish yn ainle ymmodee jeh'n cheshaght flaunyssagh cur moylley da Jee, as gra. Bible

silent (adj.) balloo, tostagh; (ny) tost: A silent tongue is better than saying evil - Ta chengey ny host ny share na olk y ghra. JJK idiom

throwing stones (v.) castey; claghey; ceau claghyn: What are you saying about throwing stones? - C'red t'ou gra mychione ceau claghyn? Bunnydys

tongue (v.) chengaghey, cur chengey er; (n.) chengey: A silent tongue is better than saying evil - Ta chengey ny host ny share na olk y ghra. JJK idiom

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

raa (=Ir. radh) pl. raaghyn pl. raghyn 1 dictum, expression, phrase, preface, remark, saying, sentence a: Jir shiu ayns shickyrys yn chenn raa shoh rhym Bible; 2 vallum

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