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shirveishee ministers: Foast bee ad shirveishee ayns my ynnyd-casherick Bible


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Bing ny Shirveishee (f.) Committee of Ministers

Coonceil ny Shirveishee Council of Ministers

Oik Coonceil ny Shirveishee Cabinet Office

Shirveishee, Olteynyn as Fir-oik Ministers, Members and Officers

ministers (npl.) shirveishee: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom

government ministers (npl.) shirveishee-reiltys

shirveishee-reiltys government ministers: Dooyrt ad dy row shirveishee-reiltys ayns Lunnin er chur chaghteraght cronnal gys Sheckterys Nalbin dy lhisagh adsyn cur tooilley argid son y chengey. Dhoor

Cabinet Office (n.) Oik Coonceil ny Shirveishee

Committee of Ministers (n.) Bing ny Shirveishee

Council of Ministers (n.) Coonceil ny Shirveishee

Ministers, Members and Officers (npl.) Shirveishee, Olteynyn as Fir-oik

bishops (npl.) aspickyn: the saints in Christ Jesus which are at Philippi, with the bishops and deacons - ny nooghyn ayns Creest Yeesey, ta ec Philippi, marish ny aspickyn as shirveishee Bible

duties (npl.) curmyn: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom; currymyn

neglected (adj.) naggyr; (v.) shaghey: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom

prince (n.) flah, prince; prinse: No sooner had the prince arrived, than the ministers waited upon him - Cha row yn prinse agh er roshtyn, tra d'ark ny shirveishee er. JJK idiom; reejerey; kiannoort

waited (v.) d'ark: No sooner had the prince arrived, than the ministers waited upon him - Cha row yn prinse agh er roshtyn, tra d'ark ny shirveishee er. JJK idiom

aspickyn bishops: Cur neose er ny Aspickyn as ny Shirveishee ain, as er dy chooilley Heshaght t'er ny choyrt fo'n churrym oc, yn Spyrryd slayntoil jeh dty ghrayse PB1765; overseers

bun-argid capital, floating capital, principal: Yn chhiaghtin shoh cheet, bee shirveishee shirrey er Tinvaal kied y chur daue dy cheau bunnys queig millioon punt myr bun-argid. BS

chengey lhiam lhiat (f.) 1 double-tongued, time-serving a: Myrgeddin shegin da ny shirveishee ve soccaragh, cha nee chengey lhiam as lhiat Bible; 2 tergiversation

chiartaghey (dy); (to) correct: Son yn oyr shoh daag mee oo ayns Crete, dy chiartaghey ny reddyn ta ergooyl, as dy phointeil shirveishee ayns dagh ardvalley, my r doardee mee dhyt. Bible

Choonseil Slattyssagh (Yn); (The) Legislative Council: ta shen dy ghra, cur yn imraa da Coonseil ny Shirveishee, as eh y resooney marish olteynyn jeh'n Chiare as Feed as jeh'n Choonseil Slattyssagh. BS

moyllaghyn compliments, laud, praises: Hug Tinvaal moyllaghyn yn imraa da Coonseil ny Shirveishee cour tooilley sursmooinaghtyn. BS

nyn gour hene for themselves: As ny queig thousaneyn as feed dy lhiurid as ny jeih thousaneyn dy lheead vees myrgeddin ec ny Leviteyn, shirveishee yn thie, nyn gour hene Bible

prinse prince: Cha row yn prinse agh er roshtyn, tra d'ark ny shirveishee er. JJK

shirveishagh pl. shirveishee 1 ancillary, attendant, clergyman, minister, ministerial, ministering, ministration, officiator, predicant, servant, serve, server, serviceable, serving, subservient, vassal a: lhig da ve nyn shirveishagh. Bible; 2 (wait on) attend; 3 useful

soccaragh (=Ir. socarach) 1 easy-going, forbearing, good-natured, leisurely, moderate, pacific, placid, staid, sweet-tempered, unexcitable, unruffled, easygoing, sweet tempered a: shegin da ny shirveishee ve soccaragh Bible; 2 (as person) slow; 3 sedate

sur-virleeyn super-yachts: T'eh jerkit dy jean turrys ny Shirveishee gys Monaco, dy jean eh greinnaghey tooilley shellooderyn jeh 'sur-virleeyn as obbreyderyn dy ghoaill ymmyd jeh recortys- lhuingys Vannin. BS

feill chabbil (f.) horse flesh; flesh of horses: Dy vod shiu gee feill reeaghyn, as feill captanyn, as feill deiney niartal, as feill chabbil, as yn eill ocsyn ta markiagh orroo as feill dy chooilley ghooinney, chammah seyr as shirveishee, chammah beg as mooar. Bible

Sheckterys Nalbin Scottish Executive: Dooyrt ad dy row shirveishee-reiltys ayns Lunnin er chur chaghteraght cronnal gys Sheckterys Nalbin dy lhisagh adsyn cur tooilley argid son y chengey. Dhoor

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