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sheep (n.) keyrrey: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom; (npl.) kirree: He was grazing his sheep on the hill - V'eh fassaghey ny kirree echey er y chronk. DF idiom


Inexact matches:

big sheep (npl.) kirree vooarey

black sheep (n.) keyrrey cheeir, keyrrey ghoo

breeding sheep (n.) keyrrey eayin

castrated sheep (n.) mohlt

Cheviot sheep (n.) keyrrey veayl; keyrrey veayll

English sheep (n.) keyrrey Hostynagh

fat sheep (n.) keyrrey roauyr

female sheep (n.) oasht

lost sheep (n.) keyrrey chailjey: I have gone astray like a sheep that is lost - Ta mee er ngholl er-shaghryn myr keyrrey chailjey Bible; (npl.) kirree cailjey: My people hath been lost sheep - Ta my phobble er ve kirree cailjey Bible

male sheep1 (n.) rea

male sheep2 (n.) (first year) oasht fyrryn

Manx sheep (n.) keyrrey loaghtan, keyrrey loaghtyn

of sheep (ny) geyrragh: and they builded the sheep gate - as hrog ad giat ny geyrragh Bible; keyrragh: yea, the flocks of sheep are made desolate - dy jarroo ta ny shioltaneyn keyrragh shymley ersooyl Bible

scabbed sheep (n.) keyrrey screbbagh

sheep dip (n.) dip; dip keyrragh

sheep earmark (n.) cowrey cleaysh-cheyrragh

sheep farm (n.) gowaltys keyrragh

sheep farmer (n.) troggeyder kirree

sheep farming (v.) troggal kirree

Sheep Fold (n.) Bwoaillee ny Geyrragh

sheep fold (n.) bwoaillee cheyrragh, bwoaillee; (gen.) bwoaillagh

sheep gate (n.) giat ny geyrragh

Sheep Glen (n.) Glion Cherrey

sheep grid (n.) cleeah cheyrragh

Sheep Land (n.) Thalloo ny Geyrragh

sheep louse (n.) carthan keyrragh, crouan, meeyl cheyrragh

sheep mark (n.) cowrey keyrragh

sheep milk (n.) bainney keyrragh

Sheep Pen (n.) Fang

sheep pen (n.) croa cheyrragh, fank, paal cheyrragh

sheep station (n.) stashoon keyrragh

sheep tick (n.) crooag cheyrragh

sheep worrying (v.) boirey kirree

white sheep (n.) keyrrey vane; (npl.) kirree vaney

yeld sheep (n.) keyrrey hiast

Callin's Sheep Pen (n.) Croa Callin

Creek of the Sheep (n.) Giau ny Geyrragh

Farm of the Sheep-pen (n.) Balley Nank

fat sheep for Christmas (n.) keyrrey Nollick

flock of sheep (n.) shioltane keyrragh

greasiness of sheep wool (n.) sholl

heavy fleeced sheep (n.) keyrrey vollagh

of a sheep (gen.) keyrragh

old Manx sheep dog (n.) cummeydagh

old wool on sheep (n.) cass olley

Pen of the Sheep (n.) Croa ny Geyrragh

Place of the Sheep (n.) Boayl ny Gerragh

Sheep Pen Ground (n.) Thalloo ny Groa

three year old sheep (n.) aahannid

two year old sheep (n.) thannid

keyrragh (gen.) of a sheep, ovine, sheepish: Eeym ny baa, as bainney keyrragh Bible; of sheep

boirey kirree sheep worrying

bwoaillagh (gen.) sheep fold

bwoaillee cheyrragh (f.) sheep fold

cleeah cheyrragh (f.) sheep grid

cowrey cleaysh-cheyrragh sheep earmark

cowrey keyrragh sheep mark

crooag cheyrragh (f.) sheep tick

crouan sheep louse

dip sheep dip

dip keyrragh sheep dip

Fang Sheep Pen

fank (f.) sheep pen; turf

Glion Cherrey Sheep Glen

gowaltys keyrragh sheep farm

keyrrey cheeir (f.) black sheep

keyrrey ghoo (f.) black sheep

keyrrey hiast (f.) yeld sheep

keyrrey Hostynagh (f.) English sheep

keyrrey loaghtan (f.) Manx sheep

keyrrey loaghtyn (f.) Manx sheep

keyrrey roauyr (f.) fat sheep

keyrrey screbbagh (f.) scabbed sheep

keyrrey veayl (f.) Cheviot sheep

keyrrey veayll (f.) Cheviot sheep

kirree vaney white sheep

kirree vooarey (f.) big sheep

paal cheyrragh (f.) sheep pen

stashoon keyrragh sheep station

troggal kirree sheep farming

troggeyder kirree sheep farmer

sheep-shearer (n.) lommyrtagh

sheep-shearing lommyrt

sheep-shears (npl.) jouishyn keyrragh

aahannid three year old sheep

carthan keyrragh (sheep tick) ked; sheep louse

Croa Callin Callin's Sheep Pen

croa cheyrragh (f.) sheepcote, sheep pen

jouishyn keyrragh (f.) sheep-shears

keyrrey vollagh (f.) heavy fleeced sheep

meeyl cheyrragh (f.) (sheep tick) ked; sheep louse

Thalloo ny Geyrragh Sheep Land

Balley Nank Farm of the Sheep-pen

Boayl ny Gerragh Place of the Sheep

cass olley (f.) old wool on sheep

Croa ny Geyrragh Pen of the Sheep

Giau ny Geyrragh Creek of the Sheep

keyrrey eayin (f.) breeding ewe, breeding sheep

keyrrey Nollick (f.) fat sheep for Christmas

sholl (f.) greasiness of sheep wool; (in ear) wax

Thalloo ny Groa Sheep Pen Ground

grid1 (n.) cleeah: Sheep grid - Cleeah cheyrragh. DF idiom; grylley; moggyl

giat ny geyrragh sheep gate: hrog ad giat ny geyrragh Bible

keyrrey (=Ir. caora) (f.) pl. kirree sheep: Ta mee er n'gholl er-shaghryn myr keyrrey chailjey Bible

mohlt (=Ir. molt) castrated sheep, mutton, wether: T'eh cha roauyr as ommidjagh as mohlt. DF

oasht (f.) ewe, female sheep: Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF; (sheep) yearling

shioltane keyrragh flock of sheep: as bishagheyn lught-thie echey myr shioltane keyrragh Bible

cows (npl.) baa; ollagh: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

fleece eaddagh loamragh; fanney; loamrey: the first of the fleece of thy sheep - y chied loamrey jeh dty chirree Bible

fleeces (npl.) loamraghyn: if he were not warmed with the fleece of my sheep - mannagh row eh jeant souyr lesh loamraghyn my chirree Bible

fold (n.) bwoaillee: It's the worst sheep in the fold - T'ish y cheyrrey smessey 'sy woaillee. DF idiom; craplag, filley, lhagg; tuck; (v.) fill: Fold your hands - Fill dty laueyn. DF idiom

oxen (npl.) dew: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

pigs (npl.) mucyn; muckyn: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

quick look sceau: I had a quick look at the sheep - Hug mee sceau er ny kirree. DF idiom

scabby (adj.) carrag, carragh; screbbagh: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom

slaves (npl.) raanteenyn; slaveyn: wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men - curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney Bible; sleabyn

whole1 follan; neurheynnit; ooilley; slane: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom; tote

bainney keyrragh ewe's milk, sheep milk: Eeym ny baa, as bainney keyrragh, lesh meeaylys eayin Bible

bwoaillee (f.) pl. bwoailtchyn (sun or moon) circle, halo, ring; fold, milking fold, sheep fold: nee ad lhie ayns bwoaillee vie Bible; (v.) will strike: bwoaillee oo ymmodee pobble ayns peeshyn mynney Bible

Bwoaillee ny Geyrragh Sheep Fold: Eshyn nagh vel goll stiagh er y dorrys ayns bwoaillee ny geyrragh, agh ta drappal seose er aght ennagh elley, teh shen ny vaarliagh as ny roosteyr. Bible

cummeydagh able, competent, inventive, powerful, well-shaped: Ec y traa shen ren Paayl mac Valkey, fer-toshee yn Ellan Skianagh, as ny ghooinney cummeydagh lesh bree fud ny reeriaght Chron; (n.) old Manx sheep dog; schemer; pliable

geyrragh of sheep: As myr v'eh goll, haink eh gys bwoailtchyn ny geyrragh, raad va ooig Bible

keyrrey chailjey (f.) lost sheep: As bee eh myr feeaïh ta shelgit, as myr keyrrey chailjey Bible

keyrrey vane (f.) white sheep: ayns shoh v'eh moddey, ayns shen keyrrey vane, nish v'eh ny lion, chelleeragh v'eh ny eayn PC

kirree (npl.) sheep: ghow ad ny kirree as ny dew, as ny assylyn oc Bible

kirree cailjey lost sheep: AYR Ooilley-niartal as smoo lane jeh dty vyghin; Ta shin er n'gholl ershaghryn veih dty raaidyn casley rish kirree cailjey. PB1765

lommyrt clipping, shear, shearing, shearling, sheep-shearing: chamoo nee oo lommyrt yn chied eayn jeh dty chirree. Bible

lommyrtagh 1 drawn, unsheathed a: e chliwe lommyrtagh ayns e laue Bible; 2 shearling; 3 (unsheathed) bare; 4 sheep-shearer

oasht fyrryn (first year) male sheep: Bee'n eayn fegooish lheamys, oasht fyrryn: nee shiu goaill eh veih ny kirree, ny veih ny goair. Bible

rea (=Ir. réidh) (adj.) 1 even, facile, flat, horizontal, level, plain, plane, sleek, smooth, steady a: ren eh cummal ayns cheer rea Mamre Bible; 2 (as water) clear; 3 (of manner) easy; 4 (adv.) continuously, regularly; 5 (n.) pl. reaghyn male sheep, ram, tup: rea three bleeaney dy eash Bible; 6 flatness [O.Ir. réid]

thannid (f.) attenuation, leanness, liquidity, rareness, scragginess, shallowness, spareness, tenuity, thinness, weediness; (n.) two year old sheep

big (adj.) ard; liauyr; mooar: A big head with little wit and a little head without any at all - Kione mooar er y veggan cheilley as kione beg gyn veg edyr. JJK idiom; mooarey: Big bumps on the road - Tommanyn mooarey er y raad. DF idiom; vooarey: Big sheep - Kirree vooarey. DF idiom; thollee; vooar: We were struck by a big sea - Haink tonn vooar orrin. DF idiom; wooar

cast1 builley, cuirt, skah; coontit; cur skimmee da; far hooill; jannoo; jiooldit; lhuan; lught; mac-skeih; orraghey; plaitail; roit; skimmee; snoaid; tilgane; tilgey: The sheep cast her lamb - Ren y cheyrrey tilgey yn eayn eck. DF idiom; tilgit; hilg; ceau, cheau: He cast his garments - Cheau eh jeh e gharmadyn. DF idiom; cuir; hilgys; tilg; (to); (dy) hilgey; ceaut: The die is cast - Ta ny jeeslaghyn ceaut. DF idiom

dam (n.) doour, loghan, ushtey stangit; moir: When a bullock, or a sheep, or a goat, is brought forth, then it shall be seven days under the dam - Tra ta lheiy, ny eayn, ny mannan ruggit, eisht bee eh er e voir shiaght laa Bible; (v.) stangey

fatlings (npl.) brawnyn: all of them fatlings of Bashan - ad shoh ooilley brawnyn Vashan Bible; beiyn beiyht: my oxen and my fatlings are killed - ta my ghew as my veiyn beiyht marroo Bible; beiyn roauyrey: he sacrificed oxen and fatlings - dy heb eh dew as beiyn roauyrey ayns oural Bible; muirht: the best of the sheep, and of the oxen, and of the fatlings - y chooid share jeh ny kirree, jeh ny dew, jeh ny muirht Bible

many1 (adj.) mooaran; mooarane: I have a great many recommendations to you - Ta mooarane moyllaghtyn aym diu. JJK idiom; ram; shimmey; shymmey; ymmodee: Many sheep were lost in the snow - Va ymmodee kirree er nyn goayl 'sy sniaghtey. JJK idiom

seek out (v.) feddyn magh, jannoo magh; briaght son: to seek out a man, who is a cunning player on an harp - dy vriaght son dooinney schleioil dy chloie er y chlaasagh Bible; shirrey magh: so will I seek out my sheep - myr shen neems shirrey magh my chirree Bible

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