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Tail Arbyl

tail (n.) arbyl, farbyl: Base of the tail - Bun yn arbyl. DF idiom; famman: He bobbed the horse's tail - Hug eh famman cuttagh da'n chabbyl. DF idiom; (v.) eiyrt er

Inexact matches:

tail to tail famman ry amman

brushy tail (n.) famman critlagh

cat's tail (n.) kayteen

comet tail (n.) faasaag

dog's-tail grass (n.) faiyr chione mollagh

hare's tail (n.) cannagh

horse tail (n.) famman cabbil

mare's tail (n.) geaysh ghoair, jeetrym jeeas, lus ny jeetrym jeeas

tail coverts (npl.) coodagh eaghtyr drommey

tail end (n.) famman, fammanagh

tail lamp (n.) soilshey jerree

tail net (n.) lhieen fammanagh

tail slide cooyl-shliawiney

base of the tail (n.) bun yn arbyl

head and tail (n.) bun dy baare

head or tail kione ny farbyl

Hill of the Tail (n.) Cronk yn Amman

horse's tail hair (n.) geaysh; geaysht

Tail of the Rocky Isle (n.) Famman Kitterland

famman ry amman tail to tail: hyndaa eh ad famman ry amman Bible

famman (=Ir. feam, Sc.G. feaman) appendage, queue, tail, tail end: hyndaa eh ad famman ry amman Bible; (of note) stem; descender [O.Ir. femm]

Arbyl (Yn); (The) Niarbyl, Tail

cannagh (f.) hare's tail, wool

cooyl-shliawiney tail slide

famman cabbil horse tail

famman critlagh brushy tail

geaysht (f.) horse's tail hair

jeetrym jeeas mare's tail

kayteen catkin, cat's tail

lhieen fammanagh tail net

bang-tail (n.) famman cuttagh

draggle-tail (n.) sluht

tail-buoy (n.) mollag ammanagh

tail-paring (of net) famman scryss

tail-stock (n.) sthock jerree

coodagh eaghtyr drommey tail coverts

mollag ammanagh (f.) tail-buoy

sluht (f.) draggle-tail, slut, draggletail

sthock jerree tail-stock

Cronk yn Amman Hill of the Tail

faiyr chione mollagh (f.) dog's-tail grass

fammanagh caudal, long-tailed, tailed, tail end, taillike

Famman Kitterland Tail of the Rocky Isle

lus ny jeetrym jeeas (f.) mare's tail

soilshey jerree rear light, tail lamp

sinker (n.) clish; clysh: There's a net sinker on her tail - Ta clysh er yn amman eck. DF idiom; reuyreyder, sinkeilagh

arbyl (book) appendix; end, queue, slick, stern, tail: eshyn vees y chione, as uss yn arbyl Bible; (of whale) fluke; (of note) stem; (of dress) train [O.Ir. erball]

bun dy baare head and tail: Shen-y-fa nee yn Chiarn giarey jeh Israel veih bun dy baare, eer bangan as fraue syn un laa. Bible

bun yn arbyl base of the tail; rump: Nee oo goaill myrgeddin jehn rea yn eeh, as bun yn arbyl Bible

eiyrt er attend on, chase, emulate, ensue, follow through, pursue, put it into practice, result, shadow, stalk, tail: dy eiyrt er ny cliaghtaghyn oc Bible

faasaag (f.) pl. faasaagyn beard, whisker, whiskers: Te goll-rish yn ooil millish er y chione, roie sheese er yn aasaag: dy jarroo er faasaag Aaron Bible; comet tail

famman cuttagh bang-tail; (of tail) bob: Hug eh famman cuttagh da'n chabbyl. DF

famman scryss loss: T'eh er n'gheddyn famman scryss. DF; tail-paring

farbyl (of dress) train; tail, trail: Chamoo vees obbyr erbee ayns Egypt dy yannoo, son kione ny farbyl, banglane ny shuin Bible

geaysh (f.) bodily hair: ren dy chooilley ven schleioil sneeu geaysh ghoair. Bible; horse's tail hair; (of animal) hair

geaysh ghoair (f.) cirrus, mare's tail; goat-hair: As gorrym, as purple, as scarleod, as aanrit keyl, as geaysh ghoair Bible

kione ny farbyl head or tail: Chamoo vees obbyr erbee ayns Egypt dy yannoo, son kione ny farbyl, banglane ny shuin Bible


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