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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

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cart shed (n.) bwaane cairt, thie cairt

engine shed (n.) bwaane jeshaght

garden shed (n.) bwaag gharagh

shed blood (v.) deayrtey fuill

weaving shed (n.) thie coigee

wood shed (n.) bwaag yn foiee

bwaane cairt cart shed

bwaane jeshaght engine shed

shillit shed

skahit scattered, shed, shook

skaht scattered, shed, shook

thie coigee weaving shed

bwaag yn foiee (f.) wood shed

bwaag gharagh (f.) alcove, arbour, garden shed

deayrt 1 pour a: deayrt magh yn an-vroie Bible; 2 shed

thie cairt cart house, cart shed

gheayrt poured, rained, shed: Gheayrt ny bodjallyn magh ushtey Bible

deayrtey (of tea) brew; efflux, effusion, pour, pour out, shed, shower, spill, spillage, stream: va deayrtey mooar fliaghee ayn Bible; teeming

deayrtey fuill shed blood: Ta shiu gee lesh yn uill, as troggal seose nyn sooillyn gys ny jalloonyn eu, as deayrtey fuill Bible

dreeym (=Ir. Sc.G. drom) 1 back a: slat son dreeym yn ommydan Bible; 2 pl. dreeyminyn arch, camber, edge, fret; 3 down, hillside, ridge, saddle; 4 shed; 5 terrace [O.Ir. dative druimm]

shill shed: ver-yms ny bodjallyn myrgeddin fo harey, nagh shill ad fliaghey er Bible

skah shake out, shed, shedding, cast: son nee dty villey-olive skah e vess. Bible; (f.) strong wind

tilgit 1 cast, launched, projected, shed, thrown a: bee e chione tilgit magh hood's harrish y voalley. Bible; 2 spewed, vomited; 3 miscarried; 4 ejective

bwaag (f.) pl. bwaagyn booth: T'eh dy hroggal e hie myr lhemeen, as myr y bwaag ta'n bochilley dy yannoo. Bible; bower, cabin, lodge, hut, pavilion, shed; small shop; cot, cottage: Nee'n thalloo leaystey noon as noal myr dooinney meshtal, as bee eh er ny astyrt myr bwaag Bible; tent: Ta my eash er n'gholl shaghey, as te scughit voym myr bwaag bochilley Bible; round stone, cobble

bwaane booth, cabin, cottage, hovel, hut, kiosk, outhouse, shack, shanty, shed, shelter, stall, stand: My va'n chleaysh follit shoh currit sy bwaane dyn yss da'n Oik Post Goaldagh, ta turneyryn as sleih elley gra dy row shen jeant noi'n leigh. Carn; (on barge) cuddy

shilley (=Ir. sealladh, sioladh) pl. shillaghyn eyesight, look, look in, scene, show, sight, spectacle, view, vision, revelation: ren eh olk ayns shilley yn Chiarn Bible; distillation; (v.) drop, gush, shed, shedding, trickle: O my ven veen, shilley myr kere-volley: ta bainney as mill fo dty hengey Bible


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