commend (v.) chymney: into thy hands I commend my spirit - gys dty laueyn ta mish chymney my spyrryd Bible; cur fo currym; moylley: I commend unto you Phebe our sister - Ta mee moylley hiu Phebe nyn shuyr Bible
family (n.) chymsaght, clein, kynnee, kynney, lhiannoo, lhoirran, mooinjer, sleih, sluight; lught thie: My sister is the tallest of our family - Ta'n chuyr aym y nane s'lhiurey jeh'n lught-thie ain. JJK idiom
fond (adj.) graihagh, keainal, ommidagh; shynney lesh: They are fond of long walks - Shynney lhieu walkalyn liauyrey. JJK idiom; s'mian lesh: My sister is very fond of cherries - S'mian lesh my huyr shillishyn. JJK idiom
poorest (adj.) by velley, s'melley; s'boghtey: My brother is poor, my sister is still poorer, but I'm the poorest of all - Ta my vraar boght, ta my huyr ny s'boghtey, agh ta mish s'boghtey na ooilley. JJK idiom
richer (adj.) berchee: His young brother is rich, his elder brother is richer, but his sister is the richest - Ta e vraar saa berchagh, ta e vraar shinney ny s'berchee, agh ta e huyr y nane s'berchee JJK idiom
elder (n.) fer reill; (adj.) mooarey; shinney: His young brother is rich, his elder brother is richer, but his sister is the richest of the whole family - Ta e vraar saa berchagh, ta e vraar shinney ny s'berchee, agh ta e huyr y nane JJK idiom; (n.) tramman
harlot (n.) ben oainjyr: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot - lurg kione three-feed as jeih bleeaney gow-ee Tyre arrane myr benoainjyr Bible; ben oainjyragh: Then went Samson to Gaza, and saw there an harlot - Eisht hie Samson gys Gaza, as honnick eh ayns shen ben oainjyragh Bible; co-lhiabbagh; streebagh: Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? - Kys by-lhoys da dellal rish y chuyr ain, myr rish streebagh? Bible; strumpag: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - As cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible
her (pron) eck: What is her complaint? - Cre'n doghan t'eck? JJK idiom; (emph.) ecksh: My sister will give me hers - Ver my huyr y fer ecksh dou. JJK idiom; ee: Perhaps we shall see her to-morrow - Foddee dy vaikmayd ee mairagh. JJK idiom; e: She died the day after her marriage - Hooar ee baase yn laa lurg e poosey. JJK idiom; ee hene: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom; (emph.) ish
hers (pron) e: Your mother and hers - Dty voir as e moirs. DF idiom; j'ee: He is an old beau of hers - T'eh ny henn leggad j'ee. DF idiom; jeeish: A friend of hers - Carrey jeeish. DF idiom; lheeish, lh'eeish: This house is hers - Lheeish yn thie shoh. DF idiom; eck: That son of hers - Yn mac shen eck. DF idiom; ecksh: My sister will give me hers - Ver my huyr y fer ecksh dou. JJK idiom
husbands fir-hie; sheshaghyn: thou art the sister of thy sisters, which lothed their husbands - t’ou uss shuyr dty hayraghyn, oc va dwoaie er nyn sheshaghyn Bible; deiney-poost: submit yourselves unto your own husbands - jean-jee shiu hene y injillaghey gys ny deiney-poost eu Bible
tell (v.) ginsh; insh: I can't tell you exactly - Cha n'oddym insh diu dy-kiart. JJK idiom; inshys; earroo; abbyr: Tell your sister that this will do her good - Abbyr rish yn chuyr eu dy jean shoh mie jee. JJK idiom; gra: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom
treacherous (adj.) cluggagh, cluigagh; kialgeyragh; cluicagh: the treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously - ta ny dellaryn cluicagh er ghellal dy molteyragh Bible; foalsey: And her treacherous sister Judah saw it - as honnick yn chuyr foalsey eck Judah shoh Bible; kialgagh; neuhreisteilagh; traitooragh
vex (v.) boirey er, cur farg er, maghlaghey, jannoo seaghyn, seaghyn; cur sneih er: and vex them in his sore displeasure. - as ver eh sneih orroo ayns trimmid e yymmoose Bible; seaghney: Thou shalt neither vex a stranger, nor oppress him - Cha jean oo seaghney joarree, chamoo hee oo tranlaase er: Bible; cur seaghyn er: Neither shalt thou take a wife to her sister, to vex her - Chamoo ghoys oo ben as e shuyr, dy choyrt seaghyn urree Bible; (y) chraghey: for God did vex them with all adversity - son nee Jee ad y heaghney lesh dy chooilley arkys Bible; (y) heaghney
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