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take1 (v.) goaill: I would not like to trouble you - Cha b'laik lhiam boirey shiu JJK idiom; troggal; gow: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; trog-jee

take2 (v.) (to); (dy) ghoaill: To take the wind out of his sails - Dy ghoaill yn gheay ass e hiauill. JJK idiom


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shall take1 gowee: God shall take away his part out of the book of life - gow-ee Jee ersooyl yn ayrn echeysyn ass lioar y vea Bible; ghoys: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy - As my ghoys dooinney erbee veg ersooyl veih goan lioar y phadeyrys shoh Bible

shall take2 (interrog.) gow

take about (v.) gow mygeayrt, shooyl magh marish

take advice (to) coyrle y gheddyn voish

take after (v.) lhiantyn huggey

take away (v.) goaill ersooyl, cartey; scarr; cur shaghrynys er; skiolley

take back (v.) goaill er ash

take breath (v.) (to) ennal y hayrn

Take care (intj) Er dhyt; (impv) Gow arrey: Take care not to cut me - Gow arrey nagh giar shiu mee. JJK idiom; Bee er dty hwoaie; Gow kiarail: When thy neighbour's house is on fire, take care of thy own house - Tra ta thie dty naboo er aile, gow kiarail jeh dty hie hene. JJK idiom

Take courage (intj) Gow cree

take down1 (v.) goaill neose; (n.) keim sheese

take down2 (v.) (as engine) gow veih my cheilley

take down3 (v.) (as letter) screeu sheese

take examinations (v.) (to); (dy) gholl fo scrutaghyn

take fire (v.) (to); (dy) lossey

Take heed (impv) Gow kiarail

take hold (v.) goaill greme

take in1 (v.) goaill stiagh, coonee, jannoo ushtey

take in2 (v.) (as dress) coonee

take in3 (v.) (of boat) jannoo ushtey

take notice (impv) gow baght

take off1 (v.) irree jeh'n thalloo

take off2 (v.) (as plane) irree

take off3 (v.) (clothes) gow eaddagh jeh: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom

take off4 (v.) (mimic) arrish

take off5 (v.) (as plane) irree

take-off slots (npl.) ammyryn irree seose

take on (v.) goaill obbyr er hene, goaill er

take out (v.) goaill magh

take over (v.) goaill harrish

take place (v.) (to) dy ve ayn

take rest (v.) gow fea

take round (v.) goaill mygeayrt

take sense (v.) goaill keayl

take that (v.) gow shen

take to (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er; (dy) gholl gys

take up (v.) troggal jeh'n thalloo, goaill seose

take upon (v.) goaill er hene

will take gowee: He will take it badly - Gowee eh dy holk eh. DF idiom

would take1 ghoghe, goghe

would take2 (interrog.) goghe

Chinese take away (n.) Sheenagh ry-gholl

I shall take ghoym: when I shall take away their sins - tra ghoym ersooyl ooilley nyn beccaghyn Bible

I will take goym: I will take a third of it - Gowym trass jeh. DF idiom; (emph.) goyms: For I will take you from among the heathen - Son goyms shiu veih mastey ny ashoonee Bible

I would not take cha goin

I would take ghoin: Surely I would take it upon my shoulder - Son shickyrys ghoin eh er my gheaylin Bible; ghowin

shall not take cha gow: their stock shall not take root in the earth - cha gow yn bun oc fraue ayns yn ooir Bible

take a bath (v.) (to) oo hene y oonlaghey

take a degree (to) keim y ghoaill

take a fence (v.) (to) cleigh y lheimmey

take a meal (v.) (to) lhongey y ee

take an angle (v.) (to) uillin y howse

Take a seat (impv) Bee dty hoie

take a trick (v.) (to) cluic y ghoaill

take a walk (v.) (to); (dy) hooyl

take a wife (v.) (to) ben y phoosey

take in a reef (v.) kiangle coorse

take into confidence folliaght y lhiggey da

take it easy (v.) goaill fea

take the service (v.) (to) shirveish y hassoo

take the wheel (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er yn stiur

take to the woods (v.) (to); (dy) gholl gys ny keylljyn

take your seats (impv) soie-jee

Would I take (interrog.) Goin

gowee shall take, will take: gowee eh ny baljyn s'troshey voallit Bible

care arrey: Take care not to cut me - Gow arrey nagh giar shiu mee. JJK idiom; boirey; currym; imnea; kiarail: He'll take care of me - Gowee eh kiarail jeem. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo imnea

Er dhyt (intj) Take care

goaill harrish take over

goaill keayl take sense

goaill mygeayrt take round

Goin (interrog.) Would I take

Gow kiarail2 (impv) Watch your step: Gow kiarail nagh bee oo mollit, as er dy leodaghey liorish lheid y rouanys costal. Apoc; Take care; Take heed

gow mygeayrt take about

gow shen (impv) take that

give-and-take (n., v.) lhiggey as goaill

vengeance (n.) buill, drogh-chooilleen; cooilleen: I will plead thy cause, and take vengeance for thee - goyms seose dty chooish, as trog-yms cooilleen er dty hon Bible; kerragh; kerraghey: vengeance shall be taken on him - bee kerraghey shiaght filley er ny ghoaill er sevenfold Bible; kerraghey dowil: suffering the vengeance of eternal fire - surranse kerraghey dowil yn aile dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; cooilleeney: I will take vengeance, and I will not meet thee as a man - goyms cooilleeney, as cha jig-ym dty whail myr dooinney Bible; lhiasaghey: for it is the vengeance of the Lord - son shoh lhiasaghey yn Chiarn Bible

ennal y hayrn (to) take breath

gholl fo scrutaghyn (dy); (to) take examinations

gow eaddagh jeh (clothes) take off

irree jeh'n thalloo take off

lhiggey as goaill give-and-take

Sheenagh ry-gholl Chinese take away

skiolley enucleate, remove, take away

ammyryn irree seose take-off slots

Bee dty hoie (impv) Take a seat

ben y phoosey (f.) (to) take a wife

cleigh y lheimmey (to) take a fence

coyrle y gheddyn voish (to) take advice

folliaght y lhiggey da take into confidence

gholl er yn stiur (dy) take the wheel

gholl gys ny keylljyn (dy); (to) take to the woods

goaill obbyr er hene take on

gow veih my cheilley (impv) (as engine) take down

keim y ghoaill (to) take a degree

kiangle coorse take in a reef

lhongey y ee (to) take a meal

oo hene y oonlaghey (to) take a bath

shirveish y hassoo (f.) (to) take the service

troggal jeh'n thalloo take up; (as bull) toss

uillin y howse (to) take an angle

degree1 (n.) keim: Take a degree - Keim y ghoaill. DF idiom; stayd

examinations (npl.) scrutaghtyn: To take examinations - Dy gholl fo scrutaghtyn. DF idiom

cartey 1 cart, take away a: myr ta dooinney cartey eoylley Bible; 2 tanning

cha gow shall not take: Cha gow oo ben da my vac Bible

cluic y ghoaill (to) take a trick: Cluic y ghoaill lesh yn ree. DF

coonee (=Ir. chúnamh) 1 (adj.) assistant, helpful, secondary a: Ta'n Chiarn my er-coonee Bible; 2 (as dress) take in

ghoghe would take: Dy beagh shiu graihagh orrym, ghoghe shiu boggey Bible

ghoin I would take: Son shickyrys ghoin eh er my gheaylin Bible

ghoym I shall take: Tra ghoym my yurnah gys y Spainey Bible

Gow arrey (intj) Caution, Take care: Gow arrey nagh duitt eh DF

gow fea take rest: Gow fea, O gheay-jiass, agh dooisht, O gheay-twoaie Bible

goym I will take: goym ersooyl dty heeloghe Bible

goyms I will take: Goyms mooarane boggey ayns y Chiarn Bible

hooyl2 (dy); (to) take a walk: dy hooyl ayns cassanyn cammey ayns raad neu-chiart Bible

jannoo ushtey leak: Boalley ta jannoo ushtey. DF; (of boat) take in

lossey2 (dy); (to) take fire: liorish spyrryd dy vriwnys, as liorish spyrryd dy lossey. Bible

screeu sheese (as letter) take down; minute, write down: Dy screeu sheese e smooinaghtyn. DF

shooyl magh marish take about: Ta mee shooyl magh marish caillin. DF

Ark of the Covenant (n.) Arg yn Eanish; Arg conaant: The ark of the covenant of the Lord - Arg conaant y Chiarn Bible; Arg y Chonaant: Take up the ark of the covenant - Trog-jee seose arg y chonaant Bible

bitter1 garg; gargaghey; gart; geyre; gort; sharroo, shirroo: Sweet to take but bitter to pay - Millish dy ghoaill agh sharroo dy eeck. JJK idiom

burned losht: Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned? - Vod dooinney aile y ghoaill ayns e oghrish, as gyn e eaddagh ve losht? Bible; lostit; scoaldit

cap (n.) baare, cap, capeen, farkyl; edd: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; bayrn: He won his cap - Hooar eh e vayrn. DF idiom; (v.) crooiney, cur bayrn er, keim er stowal er

charge1 currym: I take charge of him - Ta e churrym orrym. DF idiom; lught lectragh, trimmid lectragh; orraghey; sarey

cornerstone (n.) ard-ghooinney; clagh chorneilagh: And they shall not take of thee a stone for a corner - As cha gowee ad jeeds clagh chorneilagh Bible

eightieth kiare feedoo: I'll take an eightieth of it - Gowym yn kiare feedoo jeh. DF idiom

exercise (v.) cliaghtaghey; cliaghtey; jannoo lheiltyssyn; obbraghey; (n.) lheiltys; roortys: The more exercise you take, the better you'll be - Myr smoo yn roortys gho'ys (ghowys) oo, share vees oo. JJK idiom

forsake not (v.) nagh dreig: Take heed to thyself that thou forsake not the Levite - Bee er dty hwoaie, nagh dreig oo yn Levite Bible

from me voym: Won't he take it from me? - Nagh jean eh goaill voym eh? JJK idiom; voym's

heed cur geill da: Take heed - Gow tastey. DF idiom; cur tastey da, cur twoaie da, tastal, tastey da; geill; tastey; tort

holy orders (n.) oardagh bannit; oardaghyn bannee: Take holy orders - Oardaghyn bannee y ghoaill. DF idiom

holy water (n.) ushtey casherick: And the priest shall take holy water in an earthen vessel - As neen saggyrt ushtey casherick y ghoaill ayns saagh craie Bible

horns eairkyn: One must take the horns with the hide - Shegin goaill ny eairkyn marish y cheh. JJK idiom

households (npl.) thieysyn; mooinjer; lught-thieyn: and the family which the Lord shall take shall come by households - as yn kynney neen Chiarn y ghoaill, hig ad cordail rish ny lught-thieyn oc Bible

lease1 bargane soiagh: Take land on lease - Thalloo y ghoaill er bargane soiagh. DF idiom

mouthful (n.) bolgum, bulgum: I'll take a mouthful of milk - Gowym bolgum bainney DF idiom; lane beeal; meer

neighbour (n.) naboo: When thy neighbour's house is on fire, take care of thy own house - Tra ta thie dty naboo er aile, gow kiarail jeh dty hie hene. JJK idiom

neither chamoo: Neither do I take any notice of you - Chamoo ta mish cur geill dhyt. DF idiom; nagh moo; noadyr: He will neither eat nor drink - Cha jean eh gee ny giu noadyr. DF idiom

of me jee'm; jeem: He'll take care of me - Gowee eh kiarail jeem. JJK idiom; jeem's; my my chione: Were you speaking of me? - Row shiu loayrt my my chione. JJK idiom

of oil ooiley; (dy) ooil: And the priest shall take some of the log of oil - As neen saggyrt goaill kuse jehn log dy ooil Bible

out of the way (adj., adv.) cooyl raaidjey; cooyl-raadagh; fadaneagh; neuchadjin; ass raad: take up the stumblingblock out of the way of my people - scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble Bible

piece greim; meer: would rather take a piece of that pudding - Bare lhiam goaill meer jeh'n phutage shen. JJK idiom; peesh; ribbag; stuckan; (v.) meeraghey, peeshaghey, peeshal; brebban; prebban

pudding (n.) puiddin; putage: I would rather take a piece of that pudding - Bare lhiam goaill meer jeh'n phutage shen. JJK idiom

receiver (n.) fer goaill, glackeydane, gowaltagh, resowir; glackeyder: Take the receiver off - Trog yn glackeyder. DF idiom

remark (n.) raa: Don't take that remark personally - Ny sheil dy row hood hene yn raa shen. DF idiom

roll leaystey; queeyllaghey; rollag; roll, rolley: Call the roll - Yllee yn rolley. DF idiom; rowlal; rowley; hyndaa; arran bainney: I'll take a roll - Go'ym arran-bainney. JJK idiom

root bun: Root of the tongue - Bun ny chengey. DF idiom; bun-noatey; bunneydys; frauaghey: Take root - Frauaghey. DF idiom; fraue; reuyrey: Let every pig root for herself - Lhig da dagh ooilley vuc reuyrey j'ee hene. DF idiom

sails (npl.) shiauill: To take the wind out of his sails - Dy ghoaill yn gheay ass e hiauill. JJK idiom

shall cover coodee: they shall take down the covering vail, and cover the ark of testimony with it - nee ad goaill sheese yn coodagh, as coodee ad arg y chonaant lesh Bible

shovel (n.) sleayst: Take the shovel and put some coal on - Gow yn shleayst as cur geayl er. JJK idiom; (v.) sleaystey

sinews (npl.) fehyn: my sinews take no rest - cha vel aash ec my fehyn Bible; fehghyn

storage (n.) tastey: Take goods out of storage - Cooid y ghoaill ass tastey. DF idiom; stoyr: The apples are in cold storage - Ta ny hooyllyn ayns stoyr feayr. DF idiom

stroll talkal: Shall we take a stroll! - Jeanmayd talkal? JJK idiom; truddyl; trudley; wagaanagh; wagaantagh; walkal

stumbling block (n.) kiap snapperal: take up the stumblingblock out of the way - scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble Bible

subscription (n.) co-rheynn, fo-screeuyn, tailley bleeaney; eeckys-oltey; eeck-olteynys; sheeyntoose: Take out a subscription to a paper - Sheeyntoose y ghoaill son pabyr naight. DF idiom

supply creck, coyrt magh; livrey-ys; cur cooid da; jannoo magh, jannoo feaysley; ymmyrkey; tasht: Take in a supply of water - Tasht ushtey y cur stiagh. DF idiom; stoyr

sweet (n.) bee millish, milljan; (adj.) bing, meen, oor, blaystal; smillish; millish: Sweet to take but bitter to pay - Millish dy ghoaill agh sharroo dy eeck. DF idiom

tea (n.) tey: Do you take tea or coffee? - Vel shiu goaill tey ny caffee? JJK idiom

their portion nyn ayrn: let them take their portion - lhig dauesyn nyn ayrn y ghoaill Bible

under thee foyd: why should he take awaythy bed from under thee? - cre te eisht, agh dy gow eh voïd dty lhiabbee ta foyd? Bible

won't (interrog.) nagh jean: Won't he take it from me? - Nagh jean eh goaill voym eh? JJK idiom

woods (npl.) keylljyn: To take to the woods - Dy gholl gys ny keylljyn. DF idiom

workman (n.) fer obbree; obbree: Take on a workman - Obbree y chur staartey da. DF idiom

arrish (=Ir. aithris) (f.) imitation, impersonation, mime, mimicry, mockery, parody, repetition: T'eh jannoo arrish er e vainshtyr DF; (mimic) imitate, take off; boo, jeer; farce

Bee er dty hwoaie (intj) Careful now, Take care, Watch out: Bee er dty hwoaie, nagh jean oo conaant rish cummalteen cheer raad tou goll Bible

cha goin I would not take: Eisht loayrin, as cha goin aggle roish: agh cha nee shoh myr tan chooish ayms Bible

cur shaghrynys er hallucinate; cast out, pervert, subvert, take away: T'eh jannoo gyn-bree glare ny fir-choyrlee, as cur shaghrynys er tushtey'n chenndeeaght. Bible; subverting

dy ve ayn 1 (to) take place; 2 be there a: ha reih mee ard-valley erbee ass ooilley sheelogheyn Israel dy hroggal thie son my ennym dy ve ayn Bible

ghoaill (dy); (to) take: As Jee ta cur pooar da dooinney dy ghoaill soylley jeh ny t'er er gheddyn. CS

gholl er (dy); (to) take to: Dy gholl er Bock Yuan Fannee. DF; go on: Dy gholl er laghyn seyrey veih'n ollooscoill. DF

gholl gys 1 (dy); (to) take to; 2 (dy); (to) go to a: As dreggyr Jonathan Saul, Ren David dy jeean kied y hirrey orrym dy gholl gys Bethlehem Bible

ghowin I would take; (adj.) See dowin deep: va eaynagh ghowin gyn grunt, gyn oirr, gyn kione, gyn doaie, gyn cummey, dorraghey as feayn PC

ghoys shall take: Bannit vees eshyn ghoys dty chloan: as hilgys ad noi ny claghyn Bible

goaill (=Ir. gabhail) (f.) 1 acceptance, affect, apprehend, apprehension, arrest, capture, catch, contraction, engage, preoccupation, reduce, seizure, receive, seizing, tangle, take a: nee ad goaill daue hene eayn Bible; 2 (of office) assumption; 3 (as disease) contract

goaill ayrn ayns qualified for; take part in: Lhig dooin ooilley nish goaill ayrn ayns yn arrane moyllee noa; Hed mayd roin er gys nyn Jiarn, Son cha voddey vees mayd bio. LH

goaill er 1 fret, fuss, lament; 2 (promise) undertake; 3 take on a: dy voddagh eh goaill er dy chooilley stayd ta dooghyssagh gys sheelnaue. CS; 4 presume

goaill er ash take back: V'eh geearree goaill er ash voish Olaf, e vraar, yn ayrn shen jeh'n cheer v'eh er chur da. Chron

goaill ersooyl abduct, abduction; take away: Ny cabbaneyn as ny shioltaneyn oc nee ad goaill ersooyl Bible

goaill fea quiet, quieten, rest, take it easy: Ta my hooill shilley gyn scuirr, ny goaill fea Bible

goaill greme (f.) 1 engaged, engagement a: Ren yn obbyr echey goaill greme er. DF; 2 take hold a: My ver-ym foyr er my chliwe sollys, as my nee my laue goaill greme er briwnys Bible

goaill jeh bring off, draw off, take off: nee eh goaill jeh fuill y dow, as jeh fuill y ghoayr, as shen y choyrt er eairkyn yn altar ooilley mygeayrt. Bible; expropriation; mime

goaill magh delete, evacuate, evacuation, move out, take out, withdrawal: Ayns mynphiannaghyn-sittyr, oddagh oo goaill magh y boayrd-mair as pluckey y greie lesh dty veir. Dhoor; (as money) withdraw

goaill neose take down: cooinaght kinjagh nagh vel Jee soiagh jeh persoonyn ta goaill neose un er as soiagh seose fer elley. CS

goaill yn raad 1 excel a: Lhig da goaill yn raad echey hene. DF; 2 take the way a: as cha keoi shen vad, nagh by-lhoys da dooinney erbee goaill yn raad shen Bible

goghe (interrog.) would take: Nagh goghe shiu mee myr dy baillym shiu y agglaghey lesh screeunyn Bible

gow (=Ir. gabh) (impv) go: gow magh nish, ta mee guee ort, as jean caggey roo. Bible; take: As gow mayrt Aaron dty vraar, as e vec, veih mastey cloan Israel Bible

gow baght (impv) N.B., nota bene, note well, take notice: Cha faggys as oddys oo, gow baght jeh dty naboo, as shir coyrle veih'n vooinjey chreeney. Apoc

Gow cree (intj) Bear up, Buck up, Take courage: Ren dagh fer jeu cooney lesh e naboo, as dooyrt dy chooilley ghooinney rish e vraar, Gow cree. Bible

gow greim er nail; take hold of: Chyndaa uss, O Yacob, as gow greim er: shooill kiongoyrt rish soilshey yn chooid cheddin, dy vod oo ve er dty hoilshaghey. Apoc

gow jeh draw off, take off: Myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, Scugh voish yn attey-reeoil, gow jeh yn chrown Bible

Gow tastey (impv) Note, Take heed: Gow tastey, ayns doghan dy louraanys, dy jean oo dy kiaralagh lurg ooilley ny nee ny saggyrtyn ny Leviteyn gynsaghey dhyt Bible

keim sheese (f.) degradation, demotion: Hug eh keim sheese ny ghaa eh. DF; take down

lhiantyn huggey take after: freayll e annaghyn, as ve biallagh da e choraa, as nee shiu shirveish eh, as lhiantyn huggey. Bible; cleave

scarr separate; take away; parted; separated; divided: scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer, veih ny ushtaghyn erskyn yn aer Bible

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