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stroo pl. strooghyn, strooyn current, race, stream, tidal flow, tide-race, watercourse: as veih e hooillyn graih myr stroo ren roie PC

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duillag stroo (f.) flow sheet

jannoo stroo-hoilshey fluoresce

noi'n stroo up-stream; upstream

stroo hene I imagine, I suppose; it is my opinion

stroo jeeragh direct current

stroo lectragh current, juice

stroo magh (n.) effluent; (v.) stream forth, stream out

stroo neear westerly current

stroo stiagh stream in

stroo traaght traffic flow

Kione y Stroo Stromness

Stroo ny Keyllys Current of the Channel

Stroo yn Eearvooir Gulf Stream

current1 (n.) stroo, immeeaght; stroo lectragh; troa: The current is against us - Ta'n troa nyn oi. DF idiom

direct current (n.) stroo jeeragh

effluent (n.) smoghan; (adj.) stroo magh

flow sheet (n.) duillag stroo

stream forth (v.) stroo magh

stream in (v.) stroo stiagh

stream out (v.) stroo magh

Stromness (n.) Kione y Stroo

tidal flow (n.) stroo

tide-race (n.) stroo

traffic flow (n.) stroo traaght

westerly current (n.) stroo neear

back-set cooyl-stroo

backwash (n.) marroo-stroo

fluoresce (v.) jannoo stroo-hoilshey

fluorescence (n.) stroo-hoilshey

fluorescent (n., adj.) stroo-hoilshagh

fluorescent lighting (n.) stroo-hoilshaghey

glacier (n.) awin rioee, rio-stroo

Gulf Stream (n.) Stroo yn Eearvooir

jet stream (n.) skioot-stroo

secondary current (n.) fo-stroo

slipstream (n.) cooyl-stroo

streamlining (n.) stroo-linnaghey

track3 (n.) (of ship) marroo-stroo

undertow (n.) cooyl-stroo

cooyl-stroo back-set, slipstream, undertow

fo-stroo secondary current

marroo-stroo backwash; (of ship) track

rio-stroo glacier

skioot-stroo jet stream

stroo-hoilshagh fluorescent

stroo-hoilshaghey fluorescent lighting

stroo-hoilshey fluorescence

stroo-linnaghey streamlining

stroo-linney (f.) streamline

ym-stroo circulation

Current of the Channel (n.) Stroo ny Keyllys

I suppose (v.) er lhiam, stroo hene, strooys hene

streamline (v.) cur stroolinney er; (n.) stroo-linney

up-stream noi'n stroo, noi'n troa, seose yn awin

upstream (adj., adv.) heose er yn awin, noi'n stroo, noi'n troa, seose yn awin

circulation (n.) kiarkley: The circulation of the blood - Kiarkley ny folley. DF idiom; lhaihderaght; gleashaght; ym-stroo

I imagine stroo hene; strooys; er lhiam pene: I imagine myself that their taxes were small - Er lhiam pene dy by veg nyn geesh. DF idiom

it is my opinion stroo hene; er lhiam pene: It is my opinion that it was greatly by deceit - Er lhiam pene dy by vooar lesh foalsaght eh. DF idiom

juice (n.) pedryl; soo: I would cause thee to drink of spiced wine of the juice of my pomegranate - yinnins dhyt jough feeyney spiceit lesh soo my phomegranate Bible; soolagh; stroo lectragh

stream (v.) ceau magh aker, deayrtey; (n.) glass, glish; stroo, struan; thooilley: In one continuous stream - Ayns thooilley gyn scuirr. DF idiom; strooan: The stream ran dry - Hirmee y strooan. DF idiom

watercourse (n.) arey, clash ushtey, gill, stroo; coorse ushtey: This same Hezekiah also stopped the upper watercourse of Gihon - Shohn Hezekiah cheddin yeigh seose coorse-ushtey Ghihon heose Bible

gaal (=Ir. gal and gail) (f.) pl. gaalyn 1 gale a: myr lhong giall er purt noi stroo, thidey 's gaal PC; 2 steam, vapour, vapour concentration; 3 vaporise

skeayl magh untuck: Nish ren Mac Yee e ghrooish, roie kiune, 'chaghlaa, lesh jymmoose lostey, baggyrt kerragh braa; yn chiare skeayl magh nyn skianyn sooillagh lhean, dagh sooill ceau magh stroo d'aile noi'n drogh hioltane PC

sooillagh eyed, eyelike, ocular: yn chiare skeayl magh nyn skianyn sooillagh lhean, dagh sooill ceau magh stroo d'aile noi'n drogh hioltane PC

race (n.) area, arey, clash, race, stroo; dooghys, reis; ratch, ratçh: Leading car in a race - Gleashtan toshee ayns ratch. DF idiom; roie: His race is run - Ta'n roie echey roit. DF idiom; kynney: The human race - Yn kynney deiney. DF idiom; sluight: He comes from a long race of seafaring men - Marrinnee va'n sluight echey er dy rieau. DF idiom; fraue; (v.) ratchal, roie ratch


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