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steat 1 (housing) estate: Eeasaght argid y ghoaill er steat. DF; 2 pl. steatyn (nation) state a: va'n chengey Chatalonagh currit fo chosh, goll rish ny myn-chengaghyn elley sy steat Spaainagh. Carn


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gyn steat stateless: Straih elley ta er ve scanshoil, shen Ny hAshoonyn gyn Steat jeant ec Chellooish Albinagh Carn

Screeudeyr Steat Secretary of State

Steat Balleyjeelt Saddlestone Estate

steat chynskylagh industrial estate

steat neuhymnagh intestate estate

sthock steat government stocks

fo reir yn steat state-managed

steat yn varroo deceased estate

Steat-Jeadys Close-Eeast Raad y Wyllin Mill Road Fish Yard Industrial Estate

Steat-Jeadys Close Raad y Wyllin Mill Road Yard Industrial Estate

estate2 (n.) (housing) steat: Succeed to an estate - Steat y ghoaill myr eiraght. DF idiom

government stocks (npl.) sthock steat

intestate estate (n.) steat neuhymnagh

Saddlestone Estate (n.) Steat Balleyjeelt

stateless (adj.) gyn steat

country seat (n.) thie cheerey; steat-cheerey: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er- gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

industrial estate (n.) steat chynskylagh, steat-jeadys

Secretary of State (n.) Screeudeyr Steat

state (v.) abbyr, gra; (n.) ashoon; cheer: Every state was represented - Va chaghter ass gagh cheer ayn. DF idiom; state; staydoilys: We dined in state - Dee shin ayns staydoilys. DF idiom; foaynoo; stayd: I want to hear the actual state of things - Saillym clastyn stayd firrinagh ny reddyn. DF idiom; stait: Divorce church from state - Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF idiom; steat: Weighed down with the affairs of state - Laadit lesh currymyn steat. DF idiom

state-managed fo reir yn steat

state pension (n.) penshyn-steat

penshyn-steat state pension

steat-cheerey country seat

steat-chistey exchequer

steat-choontey statistics

steat-jeadys industrial estate

steat-thie housing estate

deceased estate (n.) marroo, steat yn varroo

exchequer (n.) argid; rheynn argidys; steat-chistey

housing estate (n.) stayd baghee, steat-thie

statistics (n.) earroo, steat-choontey, staddyssaght, staydraa

France (n.) (Yn) Rank: England and France are two powerful states - Ta Sostyn as yn Rank daa steat pooaral. JJK idiom

Mill Road Fish Yard Industrial Estate (n.) Steat-Jeadys Close-Eeast Raad y Wyllin

Mill Road Yard Industrial Estate (n.) Steat-Jeadys Close Raad y Wyllin

powerful (adj.) abyl; breeoil; cummaghtagh; cummeydagh; erreartagh; lajer; mooar; niartal; pooaragh; pooaral: England and France are two powerful states - Ta Sostyn as yn Rank daa steat pooaral. JJK idiom; reiragh; reirtagh

seyraanee nationals: Agh, ec y traa cheddin, ta ny seyraanee shen cummal ayns steat ta gollrish reeriaght feudoil. Carn; citizens

Spaainagh (=Ir. Spáinneach) Hispanic, Spaniard, Spanish: Ayns lhing Franco, y tranlaasagh Spaainagh, va'n chengey Chatalonagh currit fo chosh, goll rish ny myn-chengaghyn elley sy steat Spaainagh. Carn

straih (f.) 1 break, flight of hurdles, nest, orchestral suite, range, row, run, screed, strata, stratum, strip, tier; 2 sequence, series a: Straih elley ta er ve scanshoil, shen Ny hAshoonyn gyn Steat jeant ec Chellooish Albinagh Carn

rented er mayl: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

town (n.) balley: The river on the banks of which this town is situated - Yn awin er ny brooinyn ecksh ta'n balley shoh shassoo. JJK idiom; valley: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

joaraghyn boundaries: ayns cheer-aghyn eigsoylagh ayns cooishyn-ynsee, y leigh, reirey, yn ym-ysseraght, cultoor, bea tarmaynyssagh as sheshoil, as cooishyn goll harrish joaraghyn-steat. Carn

lheanaghey1 beat out, branch out, broadening, dilate, dilation, expand, expansion, extend, extension, flare, flatten, sprain, widen, widening: Va currym doillee son fer-erbee va cheet ny joarree dys yn Ellan, as hug ny staydyn anreiltagh er lheanaghey yn scoltey eddyr Agglish as Steat. Coraa; (as chasm) yawn

shaleeyn projects: Ta'n Scrudeyr-Steat gra dy vel reiltys Lunnin goaill ayns laue shaleeyn dy gheddyn tooilley ynseyderyn oddys gynsaghey trooid Albinish. Carn

troghyn troughs: As hoie eh ny slattyn v'eh er speeiney, kiongoyrt rish ny shioltaneyn ayns ny jeeigyn, liorish ny troghyn ushtey Bible; characteristics: freayll kianglaghyn beayn lesh y steat shen, as taishbyney troghyn kynneeagh, cultooroil, crauee, ny troghyn-chengey. Carn; properties; traits: T'eh jannoo list jeh ny troghyn Manninagh raad nagh vel yn Ghaelg goll rish Yernish ny Albinish. Dhoor

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