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sooill chayt (f.) cat's-eye, tiger-eye

sooill (=Ir. súil, Sc.G. sùil) (f.) 1 pl. sooillyn eye, eyepiece, ocellus a: bee'n sooill yesh echey doo dorraghey Bible; 2 (of strap) hole; 3 sheath of bud [O.Ir. súil]


Inexact matches:

Foillan sooill-vane White-eyed Gull

glass-eean sooill-yiarg red-eyed vireo

gyn sooill eyeless: O dy voddin mee hene y ollagh choiee, gyn sooill dy m'akin, gyn sheshaght laa ny oie PC

kyaghey sooill (as eye) bat

laagh sooill-vane (f.) ferruginous duck

sooill barney (f.) loophole

sooill cham (f.) cross-eye

sooill ghlenney (f.) bull's eye

sooill ghruaightagh (f.) magic eye

sooill lhuingey (f.) scuttle

sooill roie (f.) slipnoose

sooill terriu (f.) bull's eye

sooill voaddee (f.) fishy eye

sooill vreck (f.) walleye

ayns glayst ny sooill in the twinkling of an eye

ceau sooill er look over: ta reddyn ec Hommy as mish dy resoonagh magh mayrt mychione tholtan Ballaskeig, as lurg shen foddee hig oo marin as ceau sooill er y voayl. Dhoor

ceau sooill fargagh er (of person) glare

cummal sooill er monitoring

sooill y laa (f.) scarlet pimpernel

thunnag sooill airhey (f.) golden eye

thunnag sooill-airhey Barrow (f.) Barrows goldeneye

bull's eye (n.) fainey sthie; sooill ghlenney; sooill terriu

feeackyl tooth: Sooill son sooill, as feeackyl son feeackyl. Bible

eye1 (v.) jeeaghyn, scrial, sooilleragh; (n.) sooill: I gave him a black eye - Daag mee sooill ghoo er. DF idiom

kass foot: Sooill son sooill, feeackle son feeackle, laue son laue, kass son kass Bible

cat's-eye (n.) sooill chayt

cross-eye (n.) sooill cham

eyeless (adj.) gyn sooill

eyepiece (n.) sooill

fishy eye (n.) sooill voaddee

hole2 (n.) (of strap) sooill

magic eye (n.) sooill ghruaightagh

ocellus (n.) far hooill, sooill

sheath of bud (n.) sooill

tiger-eye (n.) sooill chayt

walleye (n.) sooill vreck

feeackle (=Ir., Sc.G. fiacail) (f.) See feeackyl pl. feeacklyn 1 cog, dovetail, ivory, jag, sprocket, tine, tooth, tusk a: Brishey son brishey, sooill son sooill, feeackle son feeackle Bible; 2 (of anchor) fluke [O.Ir. fíacail]

black eye (n.) sooill-ghoo

ferruginous duck (n.) laagh sooill-vane

glare3 (of person) ceau sooill fargagh er

golden eye (n.) thunnag sooill airhey

look over (v.) ceau sooill er

open-eyed (adj.) sooill-foshlit

ophthalmics (n.) sooill-oayllys

ophthalmologist (n.) sooill-oayllee

ophthalmology (n.) sooill-oaylleeaght

red-eyed vireo (n.) glass-eean sooill-yiarg

scarlet pimpernel (n.) sooill y laa

slipnoose (n.) cribbag roie, sooill roie

White-eyed Gull (n.) Foillan sooill-vane

sooill-foshlit open-eyed

sooill-ghoo black eye

sooill-oayllee ophthalmologist

sooill-oaylleeaght (f.) ophthalmology

sooill-oayllys (f.) ophthalmics

Barrows goldeneye (n.) thunnag sooill-airhey Barrow

loophole (n.) sooill barney, sooillag, towl lauee

in the twinkling of an eye ayns glayst ny sooill

monitoring (v.) cummal sooill er; goaill baght coorsagh; freayll rick er

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

scaane mirror, speculum: S'mie y scaane sooill charrey. DF

scruderyn scribes: va sooill gheyre ec ny scruderyn as ny Phariseeyn er Bible

admiring (v.) ammyssagh: He gave it an admiring look - Hug eh sooill ammyssagh er. DF idiom

bat2 (v.) (as eye) kyaghey sooill: He didn't bat an eyelid - Cha row kyaghey sooilley jeant echey. DF idiom

ass reayrt out of sight: Ta lane sooill-vie ry-gheddyn ass reayrt y lhag heese ayns shen. LTQ

drogh-yantee transgressors: sooill cha vaik, cleaysh cha geayll, cha hoig rieau cree ny reddyn agglagh ta cour drogh-yantee. PC

er-dyn hoshiaght since the beginning: Son er-dyn toshiaght y theihll cha vel deiney er chlashtyn, ny er hoiggal liorish y chleaysh, chamoo ta sooill er vakin, er-lhimmey jeeds, O Yee

flagonyn flagons: ta sooill oc gys jeeghyn elley, as nyn aigney er flagonyn feeyney. Bible

gyn sheshaght unaccompanied: O dy voddin mee hene y ollagh choiee, gyn sooill dy m'akin, gyn sheshaght laa ny oie PC

gyn soilshey aphotic, lacking light: taarnagh as chentyn gimman ad ersooyl sheese trooid y dowin gyn soilshey roish nyn sooill PC

lostee burning: taarnagh as chentyn gimman ad ersooyl sheese trooid y dowin gyn soilshey roish nyn sooill, aile lostee niurin blazal seose mymboo PC

penshyneyr pensioner: Bee Mainshtyr Newbury cummal sooill er dean y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit jeh tree feed as jeih ass keead penshyneyr goll er vacseenaghey. BS

skeayl magh untuck: Nish ren Mac Yee e ghrooish, roie kiune, 'chaghlaa, lesh jymmoose lostey, baggyrt kerragh braa; yn chiare skeayl magh nyn skianyn sooillagh lhean, dagh sooill ceau magh stroo d'aile noi'n drogh hioltane PC

sooillagh eyed, eyelike, ocular: yn chiare skeayl magh nyn skianyn sooillagh lhean, dagh sooill ceau magh stroo d'aile noi'n drogh hioltane PC

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