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stoyr asset; deposit, depot, fund, hoard, repertory, repository, stock, supply; store: Bee mollaght er dty vaskad, as dty stoyr Bible; storage; still room, storehouse, storeroom


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cloie stoyr stock play

coyr stoyr (f.) store chest

fer stoyr storekeeper

guilley stoyr warehouseman

lhong stoyr (f.) depot ship

meoir stoyr warehouseman

obbree stoyr yardman

reireyder stoyr-fysseree database manager

shamyr stoyr (f.) storeroom: Eisht doardee Hezekiah dy chiartaghey shamyryn-stoyr ayns thie yn Chiarn Bible

stoyr aamaid timber yard

stoyr–argid (of money) reserve

stoyr chooid goods yard

stoyr feayr cold store

stoyr folley blood bank

stoyr ronney remainder

tashtee stoyr treasure

thie stoyr depositary, storehouse, warehouse: Smooinee-jee er ny fee: son cha vel ad cuirr, ny buinn: cha vel thie stoyr ny soalt oc, as ta Jee dyn meaghey ad Bible

ayns stoyr feayr cold storage

cur ayns stoyr warehousing

cur ayns thie stoyr warehouse

kishtey yn stoyr treasury: yeeagh eh seose, as honnick eh ny berchee tilgey ny giootyn oc ayns kishtey yn stoyr. Bible

stoyr-argid yn reiltys government reserves

Stoyr Vondeish Bun-earrooagh Digital Asset Repository

storehouse (n.) stoyr, thie stoyr

storeroom (n.) stoyr, shamyr stoyr

warehouse (v.) cur ayns thie stoyr; (n.) thie stoyr

warehouseman (n.) guilley stoyr; meoir stoyr

blood bank (n.) stoyr folley

depositary (n.) tashteydane, thie stoyr

depot (n.) ard-hie, stoyr

depot ship (n.) lhong stoyr

goods yard (n.) stoyr chooid

repertory (n.) stoyr

repository (n.) stoyr

still room (n.) stoyr

stock1 crouw; kiap; kiap lhuingys; kynney; pink; sheelrey; stang; stoyr: Stock a house with coal - Stoyr geayil y chur ayns thie. DF idiom; (v.) cur bun er, cur sthock er, sthockal

stock play cloie stoyr

storage (n.) tastey: Take goods out of storage - Cooid y ghoaill ass tastey. DF idiom; stoyr: The apples are in cold storage - Ta ny hooyllyn ayns stoyr feayr. DF idiom

timber yard (n.) stoyr aamaid

spaarailagh frugal, sparing: yn sniengan beg ta tarroogh goaill kiarail son traa ry-heet, e veaghey t'eh sauail ayns thieyn stoyr aghtal jeant lesh mooads tooilleil, spaarailagh t'ad nagh jean nyn stoyr failleil PC

cold storage (n.) ayns stoyr feayr

database (n.) stoyr-data, stoyr-fysseree

database manager (n.) reireyder stoyr-fysseree

general store (n.) yl-stoyr

repertory company (n.) stoyr-chompanaght

treasury (n.) kishtey yn staait; tashtaghan; kishtey yn stoyr: And Jesus sat over against the treasury - As myr va Yeesey ny hoie liorish kishtey yn stoyr Bible; thie tashtee: and went into the house of the king under the treasury - as hie eh stiagh gys thie yn ree fo yn thie-tashtee Bible; room tashtee: These words spake Jesus in the treasury - Ny goan shoh loayr Yeeseysy room tashtee Bible

stoyr-chompanaght (f.) repertory company

stoyr-data database

stoyr-fysseree database

stoyr-jee lay up; store up

yl-stoyr general store

cold store (n.) stoyr feayr, thie feayr, thie rioee

Digital Asset Repository (n.) Stoyr Vondeish Bun-earrooagh

fund (v.) cur argid da; (n.) stoyr, tashtey; sthock-argid

government reserves (npl.) stoyr-argid yn reiltys

lay up (v.) cur ny haaue; cur stiagh; stoyral; tashtey; tayrn ass yn aarkey; (impv) tasht-jee; stoyr-jee: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven - Agh stoyr-jee seose berchys diu hene ayns niau Bible; tasht seose: and lay up his words in thine heart - as tasht seose e ghoan ayns dty chree Bible; stoyrey seose: Wise men lay up knowledge - Ta deiney creeney stoyrey seose creenaght Bible

remainder (n.) cooid elley, corrilys, fooillagh, mayrnaght, stoyr ronney

store chest (n.) coyr stoyr, coyr tashtee

storekeeper (n.) fer shapp, fer stoyr, shappeyder

warehousing (v.) cur ayns stoyr; stoyral; stoyral fo bond

yardman (n.) guilley stabyl, obbree close, obbree stoyr

ex ass: Ex store - Ass yn stoyr. DF idiom; gyn; shenn

reserve arrey; benoilaght; cooyl-sleih; fastid; fer ynnyd; tasht; thalloo freaylt; (of money) stoyr–argid

soalt (=Ir. sabhall) (f.) (pl -yn) barn, granary: cha vel thie stoyr ny soalt oc Bible

asset (n.) cooney mooar: He is a great asset to them - T'eh cooney mooar daue. DF idiom; stoyr; vondeish; shelloo

deposit (v.) cur sheese, cur yeearlys er, jannoo fooillagh, lhiggey neose; (n.) fooillagh; stoyr; tashtee; tashtey; yeearlys: I put a hundred pounds deposit on the car - Hug mee keead punt yeearlys er y ghleashtan. DF idiom; jasscane

hoard (n.) prug; (v.) pruggal, stoyral, stoyrey, tashtey; stoyr; tasht: Hoard up miser and eat a little mouse - Tasht phrughag as ee lughag. DF idiom

store (n.) mart, prawg, prug; shapp, stoyr; (v.) stoyrail, stoyral, tashtey; tasht: Store miser and eat little mouse - Tasht prughag as ee lughag. JJK idiom

supply creck, coyrt magh; livrey-ys; cur cooid da; jannoo magh, jannoo feaysley; ymmyrkey; tasht: Take in a supply of water - Tasht ushtey y cur stiagh. DF idiom; stoyr

treasure tashtee stoyr; tashtey: A good friend is a great treasure - Ta carrey mie tashtey vooar. JJK idiom; sheuan; couryn

coyrt seose abdication, cession, delivery, retirement, surrender; laying up: Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie ry-hoi yn traa ta ry-heet, dy vod ad greme y ghoaill er y vea veayn. Bible

kishtey (=Ir. ciste.) pl. kishtaghyn (container) box; carton, case, casket, chest, cist, crate, pool, pot, pyx, suitcase, trunk: honnick eh ny berchee tilgey ny giootyn oc ayns kishtey yn stoyr. Bible

lane argid argentiferous, plenty of money: Ta feme ayn son lane argid ec yn Jeshaght dy reayll ooilley nyn lioaryn clouit as ta cooid smoo jeh berchys yn cheshaght kianglt ayns stoyr lioaryn. Carn

shamyr aarlee (f.) caboose, galley, kitchen: Va aaght ain ayns ayrn jeh thie stoyr lesh shamyr aarlee ayn. GK

for themselves daue hene: let them go and gather straw for themselves - lhig daue goll as coonlagh y gheddyn daue hene Bible; er nyn son hene: And afterward they made ready for themselves - As ny lurg shen, daarlee ad er nyn son hene Bible; nyn gour hene: Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation - Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie Bible

treasurers (npl.) resowryn: make a decree to all the treasurers which are beyond the river - cur magh sarey da ooilley ny resowryn ta cheu elley jehn awin Bible; stiurtyn: And I made treasurers over the treasuries - As hoie mee stiurtyn harrish ny thieyn-stoyr Bible; fir-tashtee: the treasurers, the counsellors, the sheriffs - ny fir-tashtee, ny fir-choyrlee, ny toshee-yioarree Bible

er y chione ahead; on the head: Eshyn ta keiltyn e stoyr arroo, nee yn pobble gwee mollaght er: agh bee bannaght er y chione echeysyn ta dy chreck eh. Bible; on the end: As jean un cherub er y derrey chione as cherub er y chione elley Bible

maarleeys marauding, stealing, theft: va sleih ny beiyn goll trooid lossanyn ny h'aileyn Voaldyn shirrey lheihys, ny slaynt vie, ny palchid, ny coadey veih drogh spyrrydyn, buitchyn, na'n vooinjer veggey, ny noi maarleeys nyn sonnys as nyn stock as stoyr. Dhoor

nyn gour for them, prepared for them: Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie ry-hoi yn traa ta ry-heet Bible; for you, towards you: Gys eiraght shickyr as casherick, as nagh vel lheie ersooyl, kiarit ayns niau nyn gour euish Bible; for us

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