taitnyssagh (=Ir. taitneamhach) acceptable, amiable, amusing, appealing, charmed, congenial, delectable, delightful, enchanting, endearing, enjoyable, entertaining, grateful, likeable, nice, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, prepossessing, scrumptious: Va'n preachoor aggindagh dy yannoo magh goan taitnyssagh Bible
nice (adj.) braew: The tea was nice and sweet - Va'n tey braew millish. DF idiom; taitnyssagh: Nice tune - Carr taitnyssagh. DF idiom; mie: That is a nice situation - Ta shen boayl mie. DF idiom; jesh: Nice car - Gleashtan jesh. DF idiom; coar: Nice man - Dooinney coar. DF idiom
gammanagh bantering, frolicsome, playful, sportive, sporty: Ga dy bee ny h-immeeaghtyn taitnyssagh as gammanagh, ta ny fir-reaghee coontey dy nee red trome-chooishagh t'ayn dy chur cultoor dooghyssagh yn Ellan er e hoshiaght. BS
acceptable (adj.) booiagh; booisal: Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord - Prowal shen ny ta booisal da’n Chiarn Bible; cooie: In an acceptable time have I heard thee - Ayns traa cooie ta mee er dty chlashtyn Bible; s'taitnyssagh: To do justice and judgment is more acceptable to the Lord - Dy yannoo cairys as briwnys kiart, te ny s’taitnyssagh da’n Chiarn Bible; taitnyssagh
also (adv.) myrchaagh; myrgeddin: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, ta e vess myrgeddin feer vie. JJK idiom; neesht: Please send some also to my brother, who lives at the Union Mills - Cur paart gys my vraar neesht my sailt, t'eh baghey ec Mwyllin Doo-aah. JJK idiom; (emph.) neeshtagh; myr-chaagh
shade (v.) cur scaa da, cur scaa er, scaaghey; (n.) doorey; scaa: I'm very fond of our orchard; its verdure is so beautiful; its shade so pleasant - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh; ta e eayney cha aalin; e scaa cha taitnyssagh JJK idiom; scaalinney
verdure (n.) eayney: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, JJK idiom; geaynaght, geaynid, glasseraght, oorid
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