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Sound (n.) (The); (Yn) Cheyllys

sound cayrnal; eaishtagh rish; feeam; feiyr; feiyral; follan: He is as sound as a bell - T'eh cha follan as breck. DF idiom; hellym: The sound of the trumpet - Hellym y chayrn. DF idiom; keyllys: They used to swim the cattle across the Sound - Boallagh ad cur er yn ollagh dy naue harrish y Cheyllys. DF idiom; lajer; lane; sheean: Empty vessels make the most sound - Siyn folmey smoo sheean nee. JJK idiom; sheeanal; sheeaney; sheidey; slayntoil; sunt; suntal; sunteil; sonn; (adj.) keyn; breeoil


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Big Sound (n.) Keyllys Mooar

rasping sound scoarnaghys

shrill sound (n.) glune

sound effect (n.) sheean-arrish; (film, TV, etc.) cluge–heean

sound effects (npl.) clugeyn-sheean

sound file (n.) coadan-sheean

Sound Glen (n.) Glion y Cheyllys

sound sleep (n.) cadley trome

sound wave (n.) sheean-honn

vowel sound (n.) coraa breeockle

initial sound change caghlaa sheeanyn ec toshiaght goan

making a sound (v.) jannoo feiyr

safe and sound (adj.) slane sauchey

science of sound (n.) feeam-oaylleeaght

sound of artillery carthaanee

sound recording program (n.) claare-recortyssee sheean

Sound Restaurant and Visitor Centre (n.) Thie-Bee as Ynnyd-Keayrtee yn Cheyllys

carthaanee sound of artillery

cayrnal blow, sound, trumpet

cluge–heean (f.) sound effect

clugeyn-sheean (f.) sound effects

coraa breeockle vowel sound

feeam-oaylleeaght (f.) science of sound

glune shrill sound

Keyllys Mooar Big Sound

scoarnaghys rasping sound

sheean-arrish sound effect

sheean-honn (f.) sound wave

sonn (=Ir. son) sound

sunteil fathom, sound, sounding

sound-absorbing (adj.) sheean-sooagh

sound-deadening (adj.) sheean-meaylleagh

claare-recortyssee sheean sound recording program

coadan-sheean audio file; sound file

Glion y Cheyllys Sound Glen

sheean-meaylleagh sound-deadening

sheean-sooagh sound-absorbing

caghlaa sheeanyn ec toshiaght goan initial sound change

eaishtagh rish sound: Geyrey gyn eaishtagh rish DF

sheeanal clamour, noise, sound: T'eh sheeanal follym. DF

slane sauchey safe and sound, unscathed

suntal chart by sounding, fathom, sound

feeam (f.) bang, report; sound: Feeam y chur da ny r'yn ayd. DF

hellym sound: myr va ny trumpeteryn hellym lesh cayrnyn Bible

Thie-Bee as Ynnyd-Keayrtee yn Cheyllys Sound Restaurant and Visitor Centre

jingle clink; clinkal; clinkeragh: clinkeragh myr feiyr-chlig. - Jingling like the sound of a bell JK; gliggin; gligginaght; glingal

of battle (gen.) caggee: A sound of battle is in the land - Ta tharmane caggeesy cheer Bible

of thunder taarnee: I hear the sound of thunder - Ta mee clashtyn sheean taarnee. DF idiom

trump (v.) cur kaart mooar er; (n.) cayrn: with the sound of the trump - lesh feiyr y chayrn Bible; (n.) kaart mooar

trumpet1 (n.) cayrn: And the sound of a trumpet - As feiyr y chayrn Bible; trumpet: when the trumpet soundeth long - Tra vees y trumpet er ny heidey son tammylt mie Bible; (v.) cayrnal, cur buirroogh ass

cadley trome deep sleep, sound sleep: As mysh lhie ny greïney huitt cadley trome er Abram Bible

Cheyllys See keyllys (Yn); (The) Sound: v'eh jerkal rish shooyllaghan liauyr as greienyn scoltan voish y Cheyllys gys Kione ny hAyrey. Carn

feiyr 1 clatter, din, honk, noise, rowdiness, sound a: bee'n feiyr echey er ny chlashtyn Bible; 2 scurvy grass

feiyral clamour, clatter, honk, noise, rowdy, sound, tinkle, vociferous: va sheean y trumpet foddey feiyral Bible

follan bracing, edible, fit to eat, genial, healthy, hearty, incorrupt, orthodox, solvent, sound, untainted, whole, wholesome: Cha vel eh follan dy ee rouyr mill Bible

jannoo feiyr clatter, making a sound: Smerg da co-chruinnaght yn vooarane pobble ta jannoo feiyr myr feiyr ny faarkaghyn; as da tharmane ny ashoonyn, ta freaney myr sheean thooilley ymmodee ushtaghyn! Bible

keyllys (f.) channel, firth, narrows, pass, sound, strait: Dooyrt lught yn Çhirveishaght dy row urraanium leodit ayns shligganyn hie er lhiggey er reaynyn-cliaghtee ayns Keyllys Sailley Solway, shiar-hwoaie veih'n Ellan. BS

keyn sound: as ligge minys y hobyr firrinagh ve eck, gy vod shiuss ve firrinagh as keyn, gyn ve feguish red erbi. PB1610

lajer (=Ir. láidir) 1 able-bodied, cogent, forcible, forte, hard, heady, heavy, high-power, high-powered, lusty, powerful, pronounced, rich, sound, stark, stout; 2 (as plant) vigorous; 3 potent, strong a: chamoo lhig j'ee giu feeyn ny jough lajer Bible

lane (=Ir. lán, O.Ir. lán) 1 at full strength, crowded, full, full-blooded, fully, gravid, loaded, lot, much, plenary, replete, sound, swelling, total a: va coan Siddim lane sloghyn laaghey Bible; 2 (as edition) unexpurgated [L. (p)lenus]

sheean (=Ir. sean, Ir. sian) 1 buzz, clamour, noise, report, sound, tone a: sheean y tharmane mooar. Bible; 2 fairy hill, knoll; 3 charm, fortune

sheeaney 1 bless a: dy jean eh sheeaney eh hene ayns e chree Bible; 2 noise, sound; 3 sounding: Ga dy row eh streeu dy ve naeear, va ny reddyn grait echey sheeaney goll rish reiltys y Thooder. Carn; 4 noising

sheidey breeze, distension, gust, honk, puff, sound, spell of wind, spout; breathe, fill out; (of wind) blast: Tra tan gheay sheidey tan muir raisey EF; (of whale) blow; (on horn) toot; blowing: te laa diu son sheidey ny trumpetyn Bible

slayntoil (=Ir. sláintiúil) genial, healthy, salubrious, sane, sanitary, sound, wholesome: Ghow mee foddeeaght son dty haualtys slayntoil Bible

sunt (=Ir. sunnd) healthy, sane, sound: cheau eh ooilley'n oie ayns gennallys as chebbal booise gys Jee hug barriaght daue, ad-hene follan sunt, 's nagh row ad lesh ny greienyn noidagh guint. PC

breeoil brisk, cogent, dynamic, energetic, essential, fizzy, forceful, go ahead, impulsive, purposeful, red-blooded, strenuous, valid, vibrant, vigorous; (as person) active; (of market) buoyant; weighty: Son ta ny screeunyn echey (jir adsyn) breeoil as niartal Bible; effectual: te son y gerjagh as y saualtys euish, ta breeoil ayns gymmyrkey ny surranseyn cheddin mârin Bible; sound: Glare breeoil nagh vod ve loayrit n'oï Bible; powerful: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny s'geyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible; forcible: Cre cha breeoil as ta goan ynrick! agh cre ta'n argane euish prowal orrym? Bible; cardiac

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