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snaue (=Ir. snámh) course, crawl, crawling, creep, creeping, glide, gliding, mesh, scuttle, sidle, slither, slithering: as dagh nhee ta snaue er yn ooir bee shen feohdoil Bible; bathing, float, floating, flotation, swim, in suspension, swimming: cre-erbee ta snaue trooid raaidyn ny faarkaghyn Bible; (as child) creep; (of snail) track [O.Ir. snáïd]


Inexact matches:

cock snaue ballcock

er snaue awash, floating, swimming: Ta saailley ny share dy chummal red er snaue na far ushtey. DF

loghan snaue floating dock

Loghan-Snaue Heear Western Swimming Pool

meeryn snaue suspended particles

skianyn snaue (f.) water wings

snaue drommey backstroke

snaue faarkey sea bathing

snaue reesht refloat

snaue roish creep along, creep on

cur er snaue reesht refloat

Loghan Snaue Ghlion Chruitcherey Glencrutchery Swimming Pool

Loghan-Snaue yn Jiass Southern Swimming Pool

snaue ny tonnyn surf bathing

floating er snaue: Floating mine - Meainagh er snaue. DF idiom; seyr; shiaulley: Floating his yacht on the pond - Shiaulley e vurling er y dubbey. DF idiom; skeaylt; snaue; so-ghleashagh

refloat (v.) cur er snaue reesht, snaue reesht

swimming amylt; er snaue; snaue; snaueagh

swim amylt; gamylt; snaue: Let us swim - Lhig dooin snaue. JJK idiom

backstroke (n., v.) snaue drommey

ballcock (n.) cock snaue

bathing (v.) snaue

crawl (v.) snaue

crawling er croo; snaue

creep1 (v.) (as child) snaue

creep along (v.) snaue roish

floating dock (n.) loghan snaue

gliding foilleyraght; snaue

in suspension snaue

mesh (v.) greimmey, snaue; (n.) moggyl

sea bathing snaue faarkey

sidle (v.) snaue

slither (v.) skyrraghtyn, skyrrey, snaue

slithering snaue

suspended particles (npl.) meeryn snaue

track2 (n.) (of snail) snaue

glide foilleyraght; gooillian; shliawinane; snaue

surf bathing snaue ny tonnyn

swim suit (n.) eaddagh-snaue

eaddagh-snaue swim suit

kione-snaue tadpole

loghan-snaue swimming pool: Ta'n loghan-snaue noa ec Purt ny h-Inshey goll er troggal dy mie, agh oddagh fosley yn loghan ve currit sheear liorish mee er y chooid sloo. BS

shooylaghan (pl -yn) esplanade, promenade, seafront: Myr va'n thie ain er-gerrey da'n Shooylaghan, va raaue currit doom dyn dy gholl faggys da'n logh; shen yn oyr nagh ren mee rieau gynsaghey snaue, as cha vod m'ayr as my voir snaue noadyr! JG; pilgrim, runagate

awash (adj.) er snaue, fo ushtey, 'syn ushtey

creep on (v.) goll roish dy moal, snaue roish

flotation cur er y vargey; snaue

Glencrutchery Swimming Pool (n.) Loghan Snaue Ghlion Chruitcherey

Southern Swimming Pool (n.) Loghan-Snaue yn Jiass

swimming pool (n.) poyll faarkee, loghan-snaue

water wings (npl.) skianyn amylt, skianyn snaue

Western Swimming Pool (n.) Loghan-Snaue Heear

scuttle (n.) sooill lhuingey, cruick gheayil; towl cooylley; (v.) cur fo; snaue

snake (n.) aarnieu: The snake slithered - Snaue yn aarnieu. DF idiom; ardnieu

tadpole (n.) frog aeg, rannag aeg, torbane; kione-snaue

course1 bollagh; coorsal; coorse: The course was of great value - Va'n coorse feer ymmydoil. DF idiom; jastan; pairk; snaue

creeping (v.) snaue; snauee: cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind - maase as cretooryn snauee as beishtyn y thallooin lurg nyn ghooghys Bible

float (n.) cairt skianagh, dray; mollag, raft, sleod; snauean: The float was bobbing up and down - Va'n snauean thummey neese sheese. DF idiom; (v.) shiauilley, snaue

nature (n.) dooilliu, raght; najoor: Subject to the laws of nature - Fo reir leighaghyn najoor. DF idiom; dooghys: The nature of fish is to swim - She dooghys eeast eh dy snaue. DF idiom

shalt nee: upon thy belly shalt thou go - er dty volg nee oo snaue Bible; jean: Shalt thou indeed reign over us? - Jean uss dy jarroo reill harrin? Bible

boallaghyn bulwarks, walls: Ta trushtey dy-liooar roshtyn Albin trooid ny jystyn ta snaue ass ny chamryn-aarlee as drappal seose ny boallaghyn. Carn

cur ass annoy, cancel, deprive, emit, extrude, inconvenience, put out, repeal: Maghey shen va greienyn-kiaullee neu-ghooghysagh snaue stiagh neesht as cur ass ynnyd yn bombarde as biniou. Carn

cur ass ynnyd misplace: Maghey shen va greienyn-kiaullee neu-ghooghysagh snaue stiagh neesht as cur ass ynnyd yn bombarde as biniou. Carn

dy chooilley every: As chroo Jee beishtyn y thallooin lurg nyn ghooghys, yn maase lurg nyn ghooghys, as dy chooilley nhee ta snaue er yn ooir lurg e ghooghys Bible

eerey (f.) pl. eeraghyn furrow length, plough length: as eisht geddyn greim er y cheeaght as geiyrt er seose yn eerey cha moal as crammag snaue seose y boalley. Dhoor; swirl

fo-leigh bye-law, by-law: Ta fo-leigh foast ayn noi mraane as deiney snaue cooidjagh voish y hraaie Ghoolish. Carn

jiarg-rooisht stark naked: Va shey meeghyn ain roie as shooyl harrish sleityn Vannin, snaue 'sy cheayn as shinyn jiarg-rooisht, brishey yn rio er dubbaghyn GK

jiassagh southerner, southsider: dooyrt ad dy screeu schoillar scanshoil tammylt roish shen dy row Ghailck "ny chengey fo deyrey - cronk rioee snaue stiagh ayns dowanyn-lheead Jiassagh". Carn; southern

lughtey burden, freight, lade, load, loading, weigh down: Eisht ren eh gleashaghey beggan, agh va'n broid lughtey eh foast, as cha dod eh snaue. CL

mollagh (=Ir. mothallach) rough, rude, rugged; bushy: as snaue neose, stiagh fo ny blaaghyn mollagh chos'n eh roish. PC; hirsute, rough-coated: lhig da ny cabbil cheet seose myr ny braddaggyn mollagh Bible; shaggy

neughooghyssagh 1 alien, disaffectionate, foreign, monstrous, supernatural, unnatural, unworldly a: Maghey shen va greienyn-kiaullee neu-ghooghysagh snaue stiagh neesht as cur ass ynnyd yn bombarde as biniou. Carn; 2 unnatural person

ooirey (gen.) of dust, of earth: er dty volg nee oo snaue, as joan ny h-ooirey 'ee Bible

saailley (f.) salt water, sea water: Ta saailley ny share dy chummal red er snaue na far ushtey. DF

scoaldee boiling hot, burning: tra t'eshyn snaue ta'n faarkey stermagh gatt as cloie myr ushtey scoaldee ayns y phot PC

vaik (interrog.) 1 will see: Vaik shiu eshyn shynney lesh m'annym?; 2 did see a: Vaik oo'n ard-nieu hug vaidjin lesh yn ooyl, as stiagh 'sy thammag ren snaue veih dty hooill? PC

yeeast fish: tra t'eshyn snaue ta'n faarkey stermagh gatt as cloie myr ushtey scoaldee ayns y phot; jeh mirrilyn yn ooilley-niartal Jee 'sy diunid wooar, she'n yeeast mooar shoh yn ree. PC

stomach (n.) bolg: Crawling on his stomach - Snaue er e volg. DF idiom; booragh, chiolg, stamach; gailley: On a full stomach - Er gailley lane. DF idiom; stamack: It will put some stomach in them - Ver e stamack ayndoo. DF idiom

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