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scaa See skaa adumbration, blight, cover, fence, fencing, hood, screen, shade, shadiness, shadow: follee mee fo scaa dty skianyn. Bible; guise, pretence; timidity; very thin person; apparition, ghost; thirds


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fo far-scaa canopied

fo scaa auspices; shaded: bee myghinagh dou, son ta m'annym treishteil aynyd: as fo scaa dty skianyn vees my chemmyrk derrey vees y tranlaase shoh er n'gholl shagh-ym. Bible

gyn scaa unscreened: Soilshey gyn scaa. DF

scaa aile fireguard, fire screen

scaa altaragh altar screen

scaa biljagh bower

scaa croshey rood screen

scaa geay windbreak

scaa goanlyssagh ghost

scaa-greiney cadysh gingham

scaa laue hand guard

scaa lhiabbagh bed curtain

scaa lostan lampshade

scaa sooilley eyeshade

scaa stroolane draught screen

scaa tuittym parachute

ceau scaa er blight, overshadow

cur scaa da shade

cur scaa er fencing; guard, shade

cur scaa-linnaghyn er hachure

maynrys gyn scaa unalloyed happiness

scaa 'sy ghoarlish makeshift

tayrn scaa-chaslys jeh silhouette

shade (v.) cur scaa da, cur scaa er, scaaghey; (n.) doorey; scaa: I'm very fond of our orchard; its verdure is so beautiful; its shade so pleasant - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh; ta e eayney cha aalin; e scaa cha taitnyssagh JJK idiom; scaalinney

ghost (v.) jannoo scaan; (n.) scaa goanlyssagh, scaan, scaanjoon, spyrryd; scaa: The man who was passing himself off as a ghost - Yn dooinney va son y scaa da. DF idiom; faaish; ashlins

fencing cliwederaght; cur faal mysh; cur scaa er; scaa

guise (n.) scaa: Under the guise of friendship - Fo scaa caarjys. DF idiom

silhouette (n.) gruaie, scaa-chaslys; (v.) tayrn scaa-chaslys jeh

adumbration (n.) scaa

altar screen (n.) scaa altaragh

blight1 scaa; (v.) ceau scaa er, cur lesh y gorley praase, cur smoalley er, cur y cron doo er, fowanaghey, fowaney, lommaney

draught screen (n.) scaa stroolane

eyeshade (n.) scaa sooilley

lampshade (n.) scaa lostan; scaalane

rood screen (n.) scaa croshey

shadiness (n.) doorey, ouryssaght, scaa

shadow (v.) eiyrt er; scaaghey: It became a shadow - Ren eh scaaghey. DF idiom; (n.) scaa: In the shadow of death - Fo scaa doo yn vaaish. DF idiom; scaa-doo, scadoo

thirds scaa

timidity (n.) aggle; faitys; scaa

gyn pooar powerless: Chretoor millish, cha vel ayns shen agh scaa, dty scaa faase hene, nee kinjagh lhiantyn dhyt agh gyn pooar mie ny sie y yannoo rhyt. Bible

askance (adj., adv.) lieh-scaa

aslant (adj., adv.) lieh-scaa

auspices (n.) fo coadey; fo scaa

bower1 (n.) bwaag; grianane; scaa biljagh

cover coodagh: Under separate cover - Fo coodagh er lheh. DF idiom; moggaid, brat, farkyl, coamree, coodee; breidaghey; gioal; keiltyn: It is only a cover-up - Cha nel eh agh keiltyn. DF idiom; mooinney; poagey screeuee; scaa: Under cover of your wings - Fo scaa dty skianyn. DF idiom; urrysaght; fastee: To break cover - Dy irree ass yn fastee. DF idiom; (v.) coodaghey; (y) choodaghey; cur harrish

gingham (n.) jingane, scaa-greiney cadysh

hatch cover (n.) scaa-ghorrys

parachute (n.) parashuit, scaa tuittym; (v.) parashuital

parasol (n.) scaa-greiney, scaalan; feayragan

pretence (n.) far-leshtal, leshtal, myr yien, oyraght, lhiggey; scaa: and for a pretence make long prayers - as son scaa dy chraueeaght lhiggey orroo dy ve mennick ec padjer Bible; foalsaght: whether in pretence, or in truth - edyr eh ve ayns foalsaght, ny ayns firrinys Bible; lhiggey er

shadow boxing scaa-doarneyrys

slantwise (adv.) lieh-scaa

sunshade (n.) scaa-greiney

umbra (n.) lane-scaa

unalloyed happiness (n.) maynrys gyn scaa

visor (n.) scaa-greiney, scaap-eddin

windbreak (n.) scaa geay, faal geayee

far-scaa canopy

lane-scaa umbra

lieh-scaa askance, aslant, slantwise

scaa-chaslys silhouette

scaa-doarneyrys shadow boxing

scaa-doo shadow

scaa-ghorrys hatch cover

scaa-greiney parasol, sunshade, visor

bed curtain (n.) curtan lhiabbagh; scaa lhiabbagh

canopied (adj.) fo coodagh mullee, fo far-scaa

fireguard (n.) arreyder aile, gardey aile, scaa aile

fire screen (n.) coodagh aile, curtan dolostey, scaa aile

hachure (n.) cur scaa-linnaghyn er, scaalinney

hand guard (n.) doarnagh, doarnaig, scaa laue

makeshift leshtal son; lieh; scaa 'sy ghoarlish

overshadow (v.) ceau scaa er, ceau scadoo harrish, scaaghey

screen (n.) fastee, scaa, scape, scaailan; (v.) mynscrutaghey

shaded fo doorey, fo scaa; scaait, scaalinnit

very thin person (n.) scaa, skiark, ushylagh, scanjoon, shanglane

lostan flashlight, glow-lamp; lamp: Scaa lostan. DF

apparition (n.) arraght, ashlins, faaish, scaa, scaan, scanjoon, taishbynys; buggane, fynnodderee, lhiannan-shee

canopy (n.) coodagh mullee, far-scaa, kione-vrat; (v.) cur coodagh er

tannaghtyn fo keep under: nee eh tannaghtyn fo scaa yn Ooilley-niartal. Bible

fence1 (n.) faal, scaa; kionneyder griu; cleigh: To fence in a field - Dy chur cleigh er magher. DF idiom; (v.) cur cleigh mysh, jannoo cliwederaght

guard arrey: To guard against - Dy reayll arrey noi. DF idiom; arreyder; gard; gardey; cur scaa er; freayll arrey

hood (n.) bayrn bussallagh, bayrn willey; coodagh: Folding hood - Coodagh yn-fillit. DF idiom; coghal; hood, hud; scaa

unscreened gyn coadey; gyn coodagh; gyn creearey; gyn fastee; gyn scaa; gyn scrutaghey; gyn taishbyney; neucreearit

hast heeded: agh v'eshyn er ny varroo, as er whilleen as hast da haink scaa-lhean as toyrt-mow. Bible

hast da obeyed: as er whilleen as hast da haink scaa-lhean as toyrt-mow Bible

ooylagh orchard: Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh; ta e eayney cha aalin; e scaa cha taitnyssagh; ta e vess myrgeddin feer vie. PC

scrah (f.) green sod, scraw, sod, turf: Yn aght myr heemayd claare ta scoorit glen cummit kiongoyrt rish gah ny skell y ghrian tilgey scaa bane, myr eayst yial, er y voall ny er y scrah PC; clod

touree of summer: fegooish scadoo va hiar, heear, twoaie as jiass; myr mean y touree, kiart er y vunlaa, yn ghrian ard reill, dagh corp ta fegooish scaa PC

also (adv.) myrchaagh; myrgeddin: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, ta e vess myrgeddin feer vie. JJK idiom; neesht: Please send some also to my brother, who lives at the Union Mills - Cur paart gys my vraar neesht my sailt, t'eh baghey ec Mwyllin Doo-aah. JJK idiom; (emph.) neeshtagh; myr-chaagh

devotion (n.) ooashley, padjer, jeirk; craueeaght: Under the mask of devotion - Fo scaa craueeaght. DF idiom; jeelysaght: He only recovered because of her devotion - Cha ren eh couyral agh son e jeelysaght. DF idiom; firrinys: Devotion to the truth - Firrinys da'n irriney. DF idiom

Gaelic (n.) Gailck; Gaelg: He is a Gaelic-speaking man - Ta Gaelg echey. DF idiom; (adj.) Gaelgagh: Mann, not only free but Gaelic - Mannin, cha nee seyr ynrican agh Gaelgagh. DF idiom; Gailckagh: Under the auspices of the Manx Gaelic Society - Fo scaa ny Sheshaght Ghailckagh. DF idiom

spoiler (n.) cragheyder: the extortioner is at an end, the spoiler ceaseth - tan chenjagh ec kione, tan cragheyder harrish bible; milleyder; spooilleyder: be thou a covert to them from the face of the spoiler - bee uss scaa dauesyn veih eddin y spooilleyder Bible; roosteyr: for the spoiler shall suddenly come upon us - son hig y roosteyr doaltattym orrin Bible

verdure (n.) eayney: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, JJK idiom; geaynaght, geaynid, glasseraght, oorid

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