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skeddan (pl -yn) herring: Vel oo er chur sheese yn skeddan ayd foast mleeaney? DF


Inexact matches:

baatey skeddan herring vessel

bochilley skeddan rabbit fish, rabbitfish

braddag skeddan (f.) woolly bear

broit skeddan herring broth

bwoid skeddan crane fly, daddy-longlegs

caslys skeddan sign of herrings

craue skeddan herring bone

craueyn skeddan hard fern

grunt skeddan herring ground

guilley skeddan Peel man

oghyr skeddan (f.) herring spawn

Poyll Skeddan Herring Pool

skeddan correy spawning herring

skeddan frangagh pilchard

skeddan gailley guttpock herring

skeddan garroo alewife

skeddan jiarg kipper, red herring

skeddan lieh-yaaghit bloater

skeddan sailjey soused herring

cha marroo as skeddan stone dead, stone-dead, as dead as a herring

Cronk y Skeddan Herring Hill

custhey skeddan marroo flogging a dead horse

Gob y Skeddan Herring Point

jeaneyder skeddan jiargey kipperer

lhemeen y skeddan herring moth

lus ny skeddan (f.) wood betony

ree yn skeddan oarfish, rabbitfish, ribbonfish

skeddan y vac back herring

rabbitfish (n.) bochilley skeddan, ree yn skeddan

herring (n.) guiy Manninagh, ree ny marrey; skeddan: No herring no wedding - Gyn skeddan gyn bannish. JJK idiom

alewife (n.) skeddan garroo

bloater (n.) skeddan lieh-yaaghit

crane fly (n.) bwoid skeddan

daddy-longlegs (n.) bwoid skeddan

guttpock herring (n.) skeddan gailley

herring bone (n.) craue skeddan

herring broth (n.) broit skeddan

herring ground (n.) grunt skeddan

Herring Pool (n.) Poyll Skeddan

herring spawn (n.) oghyr skeddan

herring vessel (n.) baatey skeddan

kipper (n.) skeddan jiarg

kipperer (n.) jeaneyder skeddan jiargey

oarfish (n.) ree yn skeddan

Peel man (n.) guilley skeddan

pilchard (n.) piljear; skeddan frangagh

rabbit fish bochilley skeddan

red herring (n.) skeddan jiarg

ribbonfish (n.) ree yn skeddan

soused herring (n.) skeddan sailjey

spawning herring (n.) skeddan correy

back herring (n.) skeddan y vac

Herring Hill (n.) Cronk y Skeddan

herring moth (n.) lhemeen y skeddan

Herring Point (n.) Gob y Skeddan

sign of herrings (n.) caslys skeddan

stone-dead (adj.) cha marroo as skeddan

whitebait (n.) skeddan-fiddyr

wood betony (n.) lus ny skeddan

skeddan-fiddyr whitebait

flogging a dead horse (v.) custhey skeddan marroo

hard fern (n.) craueyn skeddan, renniagh chreoi

stone dead (adj.) cha marroo as skeddan

woolly bear (n.) braddag skeddan, braddag vollagh

anjeeal breakfast: Warp dy skeddan son anjeeal. DF

driaghtyr draught: Driaghtyr mooar dy skeddan DF

as dead as a herring cha marroo as skeddan

flogging (v.) custhey: Flogging a dead horse - Custey skeddan marroo. DF idiom

freeze1 (v.) riojey: Freeze these herrings - Jean riojey ny skeddan shoh. DF idiom

jaaghey fume, fumigate, smoke, smoking: Jaaghey skeddan. DF; fumigation

stoandey barrel, drum: Cha jingit as skeddan ayns stoandey. DF; (the) wood

admiral (n.) ard-marragh: Admiral of the Herring Fleet - Ardmarragh ny Lhuingys Skeddan. DF idiom

barrel1 (n.) barrel, barril; stoandey: Packed like herrings in a barrel - Cha jingit as skeddan ayns stoandey. DF idiom; (v.) cur ayns stoandaghyn

bench1 (n.) caair vriwnys, furrym; bink: She was gutting the herring on the stone bench outside - V'ee scoltey y skeddan er y vink cheumooie. DF idiom

draught1 blest; bolgum; correy; driaghtyr: Big draught of herring - Driaghtyr mooar dy skeddan. DF idiom; slug: He drank it at a draught - Diu eh ooilley lesh slug mooar. DF idiom; stroolane

gutting (v.) scoltey: She was gutting the herring on the stone bench outside - V'ee scoltey y skeddan er y vink cheumooie. DF idiom

packed jingit: Packed like herrings in a barrel - Cha jingit as skeddan ayns stoandey. DF idiom; lome lane: The train was packed - Va'n traen lome lane. DF idiom

Peel (n.) Purt ny h-Inshey, Purt ny Hinshey: The smell of herring in Peel - Smoghan yn skeddan ayns Purt ny h-Inshey. DF idiom; Purt ny Manninee

standby cummal rish: Herring were the standby of the old Manx - Va skeddan cummal rish ny shenn Vanninee. DF idiom

straight (adj.) jeeragh: As straight as the backbone of the herring - Cha jeeragh as craue-drommey yn skeddan. JJK idiom

brooighe eructation, pyrosis, to bring up wind: Ta skeddan cur brooighe agglagh orrym. DF; rift; water brash

donnys affliction, bad luck, mischief, woe: Cha row ny heeasteyryn cosney monney er y skeddan as dy chur baare er y donnys, va earroo mooar dy vaatyn currit mow ayns sterrymyn mooarey NNS; (of weather) badness, vileness

Mee Luanistyn (=Ir. Lúnasa) (f.) August: Ayns Mee Luanistyn va conaant reaghit eddyr Mannin, Nerin as y Ghoal ry hoi coadey yn skeddan. Carn

reaghit cleared, combed, decided, determined, settled: Ayns Mee Luanistyn va conaant reaghit eddyr Mannin, Nerin as y Ghoal ry hoi coadey yn skeddan. Carn

riojey freeze, frost, ice up, icing: Jean riojey ny skeddan shoh. DF; ice; of ice [O.Ir. reódaid]

skyoll (f.) abundance, flourish, large quantity, lot; shoal: Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

Goal (f.) Britain, Gaul: Cha nel eh cho doillee as v'eh dy chur er reiltys ny Goal yn eeastagh-skeddan y lhiettal ayns Mooir ny hErin. Carn; (person) Gaul; foreigner, lowlander

Reiltys Vannin Manx Government: va reiltys Vannin shirrey er reiltys ny Goal, eh dy lhiettal yn eeastagh-skeddan ayns Mooir ny hErin. Carn

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