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taken1 goit: A hundred men were taken prisoners - Va keead dooinney goit myr prysoonee. JJK idiom; gowit

taken2 (v.) (as fish) taarit


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taken up troggal jeh

taken all round trooid as trooid

taken as a whole 'sy clane

taarit captured; (as fish) taken

gowit taken, trapped: V'ou gowit son dooinney seyr as dooinney creeney. Carn

aback (prep.) cheu chooylloo; (adv.) ergooyl; yindys er: I was taken aback - Va yindys currit orrym. DF idiom

helps (npl.) saaseyn: Which when they had taken up, they used helps - Agh tra vee goit stiagh oc ghow ad saaseyn ayns laue Bible

hundred (n.) keead: A hundred men were taken prisoners - Va keead dooinney goit myr prysoonee. JJK idiom

offence (n.) comys: Serious offence - Comys trome. DF idiom; frioggan; loght; snee: She has taken offence - Ta snee urree. DF idiom; sneih

police meoiryn shee: The police are after you - Ta ny meoiryn shee dy dty hirrey. DF idiom; (n.) poleenyn; poleenee: He was taken up by the police - Ghow ny poleenee eh. DF idiom; (y) Phollys; (v.) poleeney

prison (n.) pryssoon: He was taken off to prison - V'eh currit ayns pryssoon. DF idiom; cappey

sinner (n.) drogh-yantagh: but the sinner shall be taken by her - agh been drogh yantagh goit lioree. Bible; peccah: The same sinner - Y peccah keddin. DF idiom; peccagh; p'agh

yesterday (n., adv.) jea: The lady from whom I received a letter yesterday has been taken ill - Yn ven- seyr, voishyn hooar mee lettyr jea, ta chingys er jeet urree. JJK idiom

croghey1 (=Ir. crochadh) 1 climb, cling, fly, hang, hoist, sheer, suspension, swing, uplift, loft a: dagh unnane ta croghey er billey Bible; 2 taken up a: veh croghey eddyr yn aer as y thalloo Bible; 3 (as story) hinge; 4 pendant; 5 hanging

goit (=Ir. gafa) apprehended, captive, captured, impounded, nicked, preoccupied, seized, taken: bee ad goit ayns y voyrn oc hene Bible

'sy clane taken as a whole; in the whole: Erskyn ooilley, va ennym ard-ghooagh echey son ynrickys, kenjallys as feoiltys, cha row rieau noid echey 'sy clane theihll. Coraa

troggal jeh 1 bring off; 2 taken up a: As tra ren y bodjal troggal jeh'n chabbane; eisht lurg shen, ren cloan Israel goaill nyn yurnah Bible

trooid as trooid altogether, broadly speaking, implicit, implicitly, in the main, on the whole, roughly speaking, taken all round: T'eh ro olk trooid as trooid! DF

accursed cursit: for they have even taken of the accursed thing - son tad er ghoaill jehn eer red cursit Bible; custey: keep yourselves from the accursed thing - freill-jee shiu hene veihn red custey Bible; mollaghtagh; fo mollaght: for he that is hanged is accursed of God - son teshyn ter ny chroghey fo mollaght veih Jee Bible

house (n.) chaagh, teagh; (n.) cabbane, lhiaght; thie: and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's house - as van ven goit stiagh gys thie Pharoah Bible; (v.) cur aaght da, cur stiagh; (n.) lught eishtagh; lught eaishtagh; lugh-thie: and now when shall I provide for mine own house also? - as nish, nagh vel eh traa dou kiarail y ghoaill son my lught-thie myrgeddin? Bible; (nyn) dhie

palsy (n.) chingys craaee: my servant lieth at home sick of the palsy - ta my er-mooinjerey ny lhie ching ec y thie jehn chingys-craaee Bible; chingys neulheiltagh, neulheiltys; chingys; palsee: men brought in a bed a man which was taken with a palsy - hug sleih lhieu ayns lhiabbee dooinney va ching jehn palsee bible

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

goit stiagh annexed; taken into: Son v'ad ayns three loutyn, agh cha row pillaryn foue, myr pillaryn ny cooyrtyn: shen-y-fa va'n buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na va'n ayrn s'inshley as y mean, veih'n thalloo. Bible; enter into: Cha bee fer oainjyragh goit stiagh mastey pobble y Chiarn Bible

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