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skynn scoltee (f.) chopping knife, skiver

skynn (=Ir. sgian) (f.) pl. skynnyn knife: Ver-ym lhiam ad sheese myr eayin gys y skynn Bible


Inexact matches:

obbraghyn fo-skynn surgical operations

skynn annee (f.) scalpel

skynn arran (f.) bread-knife

skynn attey (f.) dagger, dirk, poniard, stiletto

skynn chirpey (f.) scalpel

skynn choon (f.) bistoury

skynn fine (f.) sheath-knife

skynn foalley (f.) carver, carving knife

skynn foshlee (f.) flick-knife, jackknife

skynn ghaauin (f.) paring knife

skynn gheyre (f.) sharp knife

skynn ghreasee (f.) paring knife

skynn hayrn (f.) spokeshave

skynn helg (f.) bowie knife

skynn noadee (f.) grafting knife

skynn 'oalley (f.) lancet

skynn ooastyragh (f.) oyster-knife

skynn 'oshlee (f.) clasp knife, pocketknife

skynn phabyragh (f.) paperknife

skynn phenney (f.) penknife

skynn phoagey (f.) penknife

skynn phoggaid (f.) pocketknife

skynn phollal (f.) secateurs

skynn phuttee (f.) putty knife

skynn sclate (f.) sax

skynn screeunyn (f.) letter-opener

skynn sigar (f.) cigar-cutter

skynn stoandey (f.) drawing knife

skynn tackey (f.) knife-rest

skynn vaaree (f.) pruning knife, razor

skynn vaarey (f.) paring knife

skynn vess (f.) fruit knife

skynn voandagh (f.) blunt knife

skynn voayrd (=Ir. sgian hhuird) (f.) table knife

skynn vuird (f.) table knife

skynn vynnee (f.) chopping knife

cur fo skynn operate: Cur fo skynn yn 'er lhee. DF

seiy lesh skynn attey poniard

goll fo skynn yn 'er lhee undergo an operation

paring knife (n.) baarey; skynn ghaauin, skynn ghreasee, skynn vaarey

chopping knife (n.) skynn scoltee; skynn vynnee

pocketknife (n.) skynn 'oshlee; skynn phoggaid

poniard (v.) seiy lesh skynn attey; (n.) skynn attey

scalpel (n.) skynn annee; skynn chirpey

table knife (n.) skynn voayrd, skynn vuird

knife seiy; skynn: He has had no knife - Cha nel skynn erbee er ve echey. JJK idiom; skynney

penknife (n.) skynn phenney: He always has a penknife about him - Ta skynn-phenney er dy-kinjagh. JJK idiom; skynn phoagey

bistoury (n.) skynn choon

blunt knife (n.) skynn voandagh

bowie knife (n.) skynn helg

bread-knife (n.) skynn arran

carving knife (n.) skynn foalley

cigar-cutter (n.) skynn sigar

clasp knife (n.) skynn 'oshlee

dirk (n.) dirk, skynn attey

drawing knife (n.) skynn stoandey

flick-knife (n.) skynn foshlee

fruit knife (n.) skynn vess

grafting knife (n.) skynn noadee

jackknife (n.) skynn foshlee; (v.) filley

knife-rest (n.) skynn tackey

lancet (n.) cuishloge, skynn 'oalley

letter-opener (n.) skynn screeunyn

oyster-knife (n.) skynn ooastyragh

paperknife (n.) skynn phabyragh

pruning knife (n.) skynn vaaree

putty knife (n.) skynn phuttee

sax (n.) skynn sclate

sharp knife (n.) skynn gheyre

sheath-knife (n.) skynn fine

skiver (n.) clysteyder, skynn scoltee

spokeshave (n.) skynn hayrn

stiletto (n.) mennee; skynn attey

dagger (n.) daggar, dirk, skynn attey

knife-switch (n.) skynn-chramman

secateurs (n.) jouishyn baaree, skynn phollal

sharp-horned skynn-eairkagh

surgical operations (npl.) obbraghyn fo-skynn

skynn-chramman (f.) knife-switch

skynn-eairkagh (f.) sharp-horned

carver (n.) giarreyder, grainneyder, graueder, jallooder, skynn foalley

operate (v.) cur fo skynn; gobbyr; obbraghey

undergo an operation (v.) goll fo skynn yn 'er lhee

eayin lambs: Ver-ym lhiam ad sheese myr eayin gys y skynn Bible

cutting bangan; foyragh; geyre; giarrag; giarree; peesh; sharroo; slissag; giarrey: Knife for cutting bread - Skynn chum giarrey arran. DF idiom

in him ayn: I stuck a knife in him - Heiy mee skynn ayn. DF idiom; aynsyn

razor (n.) rhesar, razor; skynn vaaree: Haven't you a razor? - Nagh vel skynn-vaaree eu? JJK idiom

tendeilagh attendant, waiter: Ta ny meoiryn-shee ronsaghey roosteyrys armit ec stashoon-pedryl, raad va tendeilagh er ny vaggyrt lesh skynn. BS; (of person) attendant; server

above us er-nyn-skyn: We must accustom ourselves to see what is above us - Shegin dooin cliaghtaghey shin hene dy akin shen ta er-nyn-skynn JJK idiom

accustom (v.) cliaghtaghey: We must accustom ourselves to see what is above us - Shegin dooin cliaghtaghey shin hene dy akin shen ta er-nyn-skynn JJK idiom

astonishment (n.) ard-yindys, ardyindys: We must accustom ourselves to see what is above us, without astonishment - Shegin dooin cliaghtaghey shin hene dy akin shen ta er-nyn-skynn, fegooish ardyindys JJK idiom; thanvaanys; thanvaneys

envy (v.) jannoo troo mysh; (n.) troo: We must accustom ourselves to see what is above us, without astonishment and without envy - Shegin dooin cliaghtaghey shin hene dy akin shen ta er-nyn-skynn, fegooish ardyindys as fegooish troo JJK idiom

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