mountain (n.) beinn; muyne; slieau: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom
berchee (adj.) richer: myr shen dy row yn dooinney shoh yn er s’berchee jeh ooilley deiney’n niar. Bible; (f.) (ny); (the) rich: Eisht nee ny eayin gyndyr ayns nyn oayll hene, as jeh ynnydyn treigit ny berchee gowee joarreeyn yn soylley. Bible; wealthiness
chioee never, nevermore; (of future) ever, evermore: myr t'ou speeideilagh foddee nagh jig yn noid as ooilley e h'olk dys ny buill elley chioee as bee ad foast er-mayrn, as foddee oo goaill soylley jeu er son dy bragh. Carn
giense carousal, ceilidh, do, entertainment, feast, feasting, festival, get together, house party, junket, revel, social: Ny-sanmey va giense mooar er-nyn-son as v'eh baghtal dy row ad goaill soylley mooar ass yn slane chooish. Carn; party
gimmanagh debauched, salacious, smutty, unchaste, wanton: va eshyn as e heshaght goaill soylley jeh roosteyrys as jollyssid, spooilley glennid mraane-poost as inneenyn, as jannoo dy chooilley red gimmanagh as rouanagh. Chron
jingey cram, crowd, crowd up, crush, embed, indentation, jam, let in, press, quoin, ram home, shove, throng, wedge: Moylley as soylley, jingey as pronney daue, JK; crowding, shoving, thronging, wedging; gorge
jollyssid (f.) greed, insatiability: Agh ec y traa shen va eshyn as e heshaght goaill soylley jeh roosteyrys as jollyssid, spooilley glennid mraane-poost as inneenyn, as jannoo dy chooilley red gimmanagh as rouanagh. Chron
comparison (n.) cosoylaght; co-soyllaghey: For look how high the heaven is in comparison of the earth - Son jeeagh cre cha ard as ta niau ayns co-soyllaghey jeh’n thalloo Bible; mac-soylley; soylaghey: What have I done now in comparison of you? - Cre ta mish nish er n’yannoo ayns soylaghey jeuish? Bible; soyley; co-chaslys: or with what comparison shall we compare it? - ny lesh cre’n co-chaslys nee mayd y hoiaghey magh eh? Bible
go up (v.) goll seose: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom; yrjaghey
pattern jesheenaght; cosoyllaghey; sambyl: The pattern stands out against the cloth - Ta'n sambyl girree neese hood ass yn eaddagh. DF idiom; sampleyr: after the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pattern of all the instruments thereof - cordail rish sampleyr y chabbane-agglish, as sampleyr ooilley ny jeshaghtyn echey Bible; soylley; pattern: Then David gave to Solomon his son the pattern of the porch, and of the houses thereof - Eisht hug David da Solomon e vac pattern jeh porch y chiamble Bible
smoke cur jaagh, jaaghey; toghtaney: He likes to smoke a clay pipe - S'laik lesh toghtaney poib-craie. JJK idiom; toght; toghan: He enjoys a good smoke - T'eh goaill soylley jeh toghtan mie. JJK idiom; jaagh: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom
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