jewels (npl.) jewelyn: And the servant brought forth jewels of silver - As hug y stiurt magh jewelyn argid Bible; jewellyn: jewels of silver, and jewels of gold - jewellyn argid, as jewellyn airh Bible
make1 jannoo: Gold and silver cannot make men happy - Cha nod airh as argid jannoo deiney maynrey. JJK idiom; jantys; keint; kiartaghey; slanaghey; (y) yannoo: He can do that without me - Foddee eh shen y yannoo m'egooish. JJK idiom
argidagh (adj.) fiscal, moneyed: Ta chengey elley cheet stiagh ec sleih t'er chosney barriaght ennagh (cultooragh, argidagh, sidooragh). Carn; (n.) financier; (the) rich; silver, silvered, silvery; argent
cannot cha nod: Gold and silver cannot make men happy - Cha nod airh as argid jannoo deiney maynrey. JJK idiom; cha vod: He who doesn't respect his father cannot be a good man - Eshyn nagh vel cur arrym da e ayr, cha vod eh ve ny ghooinney mie. JJK idiom
dross (n.) dross: Son of man, the house of Israel is to me become dross - Vac y dooinney, ta thie Israel er jeet dy ve dross Bible; leoie, mergid, scoodin, saill, scroig; kesh: Thou puttest away all the ungodly of the earth like dross - T’ou sheebey ersooyl ooilley mee-chrauee yn thallooin myr kesh Bible; trustyr: Thy silver is become dross - Ta dty argid er ny hyndaa gys trustyr Bible
plenteous (adj.) palchagh, soogh; palchey: And the king made silver and gold at Jerusalem as plenteous as stones - As hug y ree er argid as airh ec Jerusalem dy ve cha palchey as claghyn Bible; feoilt: long-suffering, plenteous in goodness and truth - surranse-foddey, feoilt ayns mieys as firrinys. Bible
stubble (n.) giare-choonlagh: Behold, they shall be as stubble - Cur-my-ner, bee ad myr y yiare-choonlagh Bible; stubble: and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble? - as jed oo geiyrt er y stubble chirrym? Bible; stubbyl: gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble - airh, argid, claghyn costal, fuygh, traagh, stubbyl Bible; coau: and the whirlwind shall take them away as stubble - as gowee yn gheay-chassee ersooyl ad myr y coau Bible
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