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strike builley; bwoaillys; bwoalley: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; feddyn; labbal; lhieggey; spooghey; stholk; stholkey; troa; dy woalley; strugey; bwoaillee: It will soon strike three - Bwoaillee eh tree dy-gerrid. JJK idiom; bwoaill: Don't strike the dog - Ny bwoaill yn moddey. JJK idiom; bwoailley

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hunger strike (n.) stholk accrys

strike breaker (n.) brisheyder stholk

strike in (v.) bwoalley stiagh

strike off (v.) bwoalley jeh, giarrey jeh, scryssey magh

strike out (v.) fosley; scryssey

strike root (v.) goaill ynnyd

strike up (v.) (to); (dy) chloie seose

will strike bwoaillee: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom

brisheyder stholk strike breaker

chloie seose (dy); (to) strike up

spooghey strike

bwoalley jeh beat off, strike off

bwoaillys strike: Derrey bwoaillys side trooid yn aane echey Bible

stholk (f.) 1 stem, stoppage, strike, turn out a: Ta ny hobbree er stholk. DF; 2 walkout

woalley (dy); (to) smite, strike: ren ad toshiaght dy woalley sheese yn pobble Bible

as though myr: As though to strike him - Myr dy woalley eh. DF idiom; myr yien

average mean: We will strike an average - Trogmayd mean. DF idiom; towse meanagh; troggal mean er

clock (n.) clag: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; cluig; (v.) cur da

workmen (npl.) obbreeyn; obbree: The workmen are out on strike - Ta ny hobbree er stholk. DF idiom

bwoaillee (f.) pl. bwoailtchyn (sun or moon) circle, halo, ring; fold, milking fold, sheep fold: nee ad lhie ayns bwoaillee vie Bible; (v.) will strike: bwoaillee oo ymmodee pobble ayns peeshyn mynney Bible

bwoailley impinge; strike: Shymmey keayrt honnick shin eh agh cha vaik shin eh rieau bwoailley peiagh erbee. CJ

bwoalley stiagh barge in, beat in, burst in, strike in; charge in: Ren mee bwoalley stiagh noi echey. DF

feddyn COMPARE geddyn acquire, acquisition, find, get, locate, obtain, strike; finding: Cre'n-fa t'eh foast feddyn foill? Bible

giarrey jeh amputate, amputation, apocope, chop off, cut off, deduct, snip off, strike off: As loayr y Chiarn rish Moses, as rish Aaron, gra, Ny jean-jee giarrey jeh sluight kynney ny Kohathiteyn, veih mastey ny Leviteyn. Bible

goaill ynnyd strike root: Son ta chymney goaill ynnyd lurg da sleih ve marroo Bible

labbal banging, bash, buffeting, clout, clouting, cuff, hit, hitting, knock, strike, striking, thump, thumping: Ren y dorrys labbal. DF

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

scryssey cancel, cancellation, elimination, erase, forage, grin, growl, pare down, rub out, scrap, scrape, scrape away, scraping, scratch, shave, sneer, strike out, wipe out, write off: Son s'coan t'ad er scryssey harrish lhott inneen my phobble Bible

stholk accrys hunger strike: Mastey ny shenn Ghaeil, dy beagh dooinney fo lhiastynys dhyt, oddagh oo goll er stholk-accrys as uss dty hoie cheumooie jeh'n thie echey. Carn

stholkey1 seize up; strike: Dy beagh ad stholkey, ny keead fer-mooghee Manninagh paart-emshyragh ta nyn olteynyn jeh Sheshaght-cheirdee ny Fir-vooghee, veagh orroo votal ayns teiy er lheh. BS

strugey strike: strugey e laue harrish y boayl doghanagh, as slaanaghey yn lourane Bible

troa (f.) current, direction, drift, set, strike, surge, trend: S'feiyral ta'n gheay; ta'n duillag goll lesh y troa gyn sheean erbee. Dhoor

builley bash, bump, cast, clap, hit, impact, knock, pulsate, punch, slam, slap, strike, stripe, stroke, sweep, thump, whack: 2 ¦ Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; (as pulse) beat, pulsation; (of voice) cadence; (on horn) toot; choosing; fervour, fit, frenzy, madness

bwoalley (=Ir. bualadh) assault, bang, bash, batter, beat, beat up, belabour, buffet, clap, club, flap, hammer, hit, knock, mint, punch, scramble, shock, slam, slap, smite, strike, thrash, thresh, toll, wallop: honnick eh Egyptian bwoalley Hebrewnagh; fer jeh e vraaraghyn Bible; chime, ring; play; rhythm; pulsate, throb; rise of penis; (n.) percussion; striking; ringing [O.Ir. búailid]

fosley 1 burst, develop, disclose, disillusion, explode, open, opening, open out, open up, orifice, overture, passage, slit, strike out, unblock, unbosom, unclasp, unclench, unfold, unlace, unlock, unroll, untie a: ren Noah fosley uinniag yn arg v'eh er hroggal. Bible; 2 (door) answer; 3 (as cargo) broach; 4 (as clothing) unhook; 5 (in ice) lane; 6 introduction

scryssey magh abolish, amortize, blot out, delete, efface, erase, erasure, obliterate, scratch out, scrub, shatter, strike off, wear off: Lhig dooin scryssey magh yn leigh shoh. JJK V'eh scryssey magh looghyn. DF Reireyder-troar, Graham Shimmin, t'eh gra dy vel kuse dy haghteraghtyn er nyn scryssey magh er y gherrid kyndagh rish y traastey mooar politickagh. BS Ren eh scryssey magh yn fockle. DF; (as vision) blur; abolition, abolishment, attrition, deletion, obliteration


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