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streeu (f.) pl. streeuaghyn 1 altercation, conflict, contention, contest, discord, disputation, endeavour, flare up, scuffle, squabble, strife, strive, strivings, variance a: ta'n trostey eu baarit ayns streeu as argane Bible; 2 altercate, disagree, striving


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lane streeu strife-torn; much contention: ve roïe er hurranse, as er gheddyn dellal scammyltagh, myr ta fys eu, ec Philippi, va shin dunnal ayns y [Jee ain, dy preacheil diu sushtal] Yee lesh lane streeu. Bible

Lheannee Streeu Strife Meadow

streeu chirkinagh (f.) alternating current

streeu rish cope, encounter; strive with: Cha jean my spyrryd dy kinjagh streeu rish dooinney Bible; wrestle with: Lesh niart gleck ta mee er streeu rish my huyr, Bible; contend with: chamoo oddys eh streeu rishyn ta ny sniartal nahene Bible; contend

mean y streeu thick of the fight

strife (n.) anvea, boirey, musthaa, ymmyr; (v.) streeu: They are at strife - T'ad streeu rish y cheilley. DF idiom; irree-magh

altercate (v.) streeu, troiddey

alternating current (n.) streeu chirkinagh

conflict (n.) streeu

contend with streeu rish

endeavour (v.) shirrey; streeu

flare up (v.) streeu

squabble (n., v.) streeu; troiddey

Strife Meadow (n.) Lheannee Streeu

strife-torn lane streeu

strive with (v.) streeu rish

striving streeu

strivings (n.) streeu

variance (n.) meechoardailys, noidys, streeu; anvea: Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies - Ammys da jallooyn, obbeeys, dwoaie, anvea, goanlys, jymmoose, streeu, irree-magh, shaghrynys veihn chredjue Bible

wrestle with (v.) streeu rish

affray (n.) co-streeu

air-stream (n.) aer-streeu

cope copal; copey; streeu rish

counter-current (n.) noi-streeu

rivalry (n.) co-streeu, trughanys

vie (v.) co-streeu, costreppey

wake2 (n.) (of ship) marroo-streeu

aer-streeu (f.) air-stream

co-streeu affray, encounter, fight, rivalry, vie

marroo-streeu (f.) (of ship) wake

noi-streeu counter-current

altercation (n.) streeu; troiddey; argane; çhengleyrys; boirey

discord (n.) mee-vingys, anshee, boiraneys, jee-choardey, meechoardailys, streeu, streeuailtys

encounter cheet er; co-streeu; streeu rish

scuffle costreppey; jannoo boiranys; screebane; screebey; streeu

strive (v.) streeu, strepey; gleck; jannoo ymmyr

thick of the fight mean y streeu

alternating kirkinagh: Alternating current - Streeu chirkinagh. DF idiom

contest (v.) arganey noi, caggey noi, gleck noi, gleckey noi; (n.) streeu, troddan

phrow proved: Phrow mee oo myrgeddin: ec ushtaghyn y streeu Bible; tried

shligyn-craie potsherds: Lhig da'n shlig-craie streeu rish shligyn-craie y thallooin. Bible

contend (v.) gleck noi, gleckey noi, jannoo ymmyr, stepey noi, streeu rish; streeuys; caggey rish

contention (n.) anvea, arganys, streeu, streeuailtys; barel: That is my contention - Ta shen my varel. DF idiom

disagree (v.) neuchoardail, streeu, tuittym magh; meechoardail: I disagree with you - Ta meechoardail eddyr ain. DF idiom

disputation (n.) arganeys; jengleyrys: but not to doubtful disputations - agh cha nee gys jengleyrys dooyteilagh Bible; streeu

herdmen (npl.) bochillyn: And there was a strife between the herdmen of Abram's cattle and the herdmen of Lot's cattle - As va streeu eddyr bochillyn Abram as bochillyn Lot Bible

stand together (v.) cohassoo; shassoo cooidjagh; shassoo seose noi-ry-hoi: who will contend with me? let us stand together - quoi nee streeu rhym? lhig dooin shassoo seose noi-ry-hoi Bible

aarkey vooar (f.) offing: Honnick mee ayns m'ashlish 'syn oie, as cur-my-ner, va ny kiare geayghyn yn aer, as ad streeu er yn aarkey vooar. Bible

bochillyn herdmen, shepherds, pastors: As va streeu eddyr bochillyn Abram as bochillyn Lot Bible

charrey1 (=Ir. teara or teora) COMPARE jeorey boundary; change: As ta sorch dy charrey ayns chyndaays gys noidys as streeu, as nee soilshaghey dty nearey. Apoc; (wet to dry) dry weather

coard agree: Coard dy tappee rishyn ta streeu rhyt Bible; cord: kibbinyn y chooyrt, as ny coardyn oc Bible

cooyl-chassid (f.) backbite, slander, traducement: er-aggle dy bee ny vud eu anvea, troo, jymmoose, streeu, cooyl-chassid, tutleraght, mooaralys, irree-magh Bible

dewilid barbarity, cruelty, inclemency, severity: Ta shennaghys moylley y leeideil echey jeh'n sleih ayns y streeu oc er son staydyn ny share, ny deyrey er son e dewilid eh syns coyrt ayns bree y leigh agglishagh er drogh-yantee boghtey Coraa

dy jeadagh diligently: t'ee er ve feer speeideilagh neayrs shen cur y Ghaelg er hoshiagh as streeu dy jeadagh moggyl dy possanyn roie-scoill Ghaelgagh y chroo ayns Mannin. Dhoor

er e cheeayll sane; on his mind: Jymmoose as troo, seaghyn as anvea, aggle y vaaish, as corree, as streeu, as ayns traa ny fea er e lhiabbee, ta e chadley-oie cur shaghrynys er e cheeayll. Apoc

er yn aarkey vooar offshore: va ny kiare geayghyn yn aer, as ad streeu er yn aarkey vooar. Bible

fockleyn words: ga dy row shin tuittym magh ny keayrtyn, ve dy leah jarroodit, as cha daink shin rieau gys streeu as fockleyn sharroo. JG

fo-my-cheilley subverting: nagh streeu ad mysh focklyn nagh vel gys veg yn ymmyd, agh dy choyrt sleih fo-my-cheilley Bible; through others

gyn oyr groundless, senseless, wanton; unadvisedly, uncalled for, unduly, without reason; unfounded, unjustified, unmotivated, unprovoked: Ny jean streeu rish dooinney gyn oyr Bible; for no reason

lemon lemon: ayns shen ny biljyn-orange, lemon, ooyl, peeyr, plum, fig, shillish, streeu gyn ve ergooyl PC

lesh niart amain, with full strength: Lesh niart gleck ta mee er streeu rish my huyr Bible

murder murder: cha beagh wheesh d' anvea, streeu, caggey, murder, noidys, looghyn oaie, baase nearagh mennick as lheid y jummal sleih. PC

myskid hatred, ill will, implacability, malevolence, malice, rancorousness, resentfulness, resentment, spite, spiteful hatred, viciousness, vindictiveness, virulence: Ta myskid doostey streeu: agh ta graih coodaghey dy chooilley pheccah Bible

nearagh ashamed, disgraceful, dishonourable, disreputable, ignominious, self-conscious, shameful: cha beagh wheesh d' anvea, streeu, caggey, murder, noidys, looghyn oaie, baase nearagh mennick as lheid y jummal sleih. PC

ny vud oc among them: As laa-ny-vairagh haink eh ny vud oc myr v'ad ec streeu ry-cheilley, as baillish ad y hayrn gys coardail, Bible

oaddey (dy); (to) kindle: Myr ta geayl gys smarageyn loshtee, as fuygh er aile: myr shen ta peccagh anveagh dy oaddey streeu Bible

ooyl (=Ir. ubhall) (f.) pl. ooyllyn pl. ooylyn apple: ayns shen ny biljyn-orange, lemon, ooyl, peeyr, plum, fig, shillish, streeu gyn ve ergooyl Bible; pommel

orange orange: ayns shen ny biljyn-orange, lemon, ooyl, peeyr, plum, fig, shillish, streeu gyn ve ergooyl PC

peeyr pear: ayns shen ny biljyn-orange, lemon, ooyl, peeyr, plum, fig, shillish, streeu gyn ve ergooyl PC

plum plum: ayns shen ny biljyn-orange, lemon, ooyl, peeyr, plum, fig, shillish, streeu gyn ve ergooyl PC

rieau (=Ir. riamh) 1 always; 2 ever a: ren eshyn rieau streeu noi Israel, ny rieau caggey nyn 'oï Bible; 3 never

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

sniaghtey sheebit driven snow: ny myr y sniaghtey sheebit lesh niart geayee, ny floagyn streeu nyn vud oc hene quoi sleaie lhieenys y coan, ny getlagh er dagh laue dy phlooghey'n troailtagh PC

tutler chatterbox, chatterer, gossip, talebearer, tattler: myr shen raad nagh vel tutler, ta streeu goaill fea Bible; prattler

tutleraght (f.) gossiping, natter, nattering, slander, talebearing, talkativeness, tittle-tattle: er-aggle dy bee ny vud eu anvea, troo, jymmoose, streeu, cooyl-chassid, tutleraght, mooaralys, irree-magh Bible

fight (n.) caggey, co-streeu; (v.) caggey rish; jannoo ymmyr; (to); (dy) chaggey: To fight man to man - Dy caggey fer er fer. DF idiom; troddan: He carried on a stubborn fight against it - Ren eh troddan liauyr reen noi echey. DF idiom

kayt marrey catfish; seacat: Y Sarjant John Manley, as eshyn shual, dooyrt eh dy row fys currit er meoiryn-shee dy gholl gys y Kayt Marrey, ta ny haagh kiedit, lurg skeealyn jeh co-streeu ec mean- oie, y nuyoo laa Averil. BS

mysh (=Ir. um) COMPARE mygeayrt See mooish about, concerning, regarding: nagh streeu ad mysh focklyn nagh vel gys veg yn ymmyd Bible; around, about him: Cre'n-fa ta shiu goaill aaght mysh y voalley? Bible; on the point of: Mysh y vean-oie hem's magh trooid Egypt. Bible

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