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tell (v.) ginsh; insh: I can't tell you exactly - Cha n'oddym insh diu dy-kiart. JJK idiom; inshys; earroo; abbyr: Tell your sister that this will do her good - Abbyr rish yn chuyr eu dy jean shoh mie jee. JJK idiom; gra: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

tell on (v.) insh er

will tell inshee

I will tell inshym; insh-ym: whatsoever he sheweth me I will tell thee - cre-erbee nee eh soilshaghey dou, insh-ym dhyt Bible; (emph.) insh-yms

tell a lie (v.) flipperagh; insh breag; ginsh breag

tell-tale chengey lhag; cleaysh chooag; inshagh

chengey lhag (f.) tell-tale

cleaysh chooag (f.) tell-tale

inshagh communicatory, tell-tale

abbyr (=Ir. abair) 1 say, state, phrase a: abbyr rish cloan dty phobble Bible; 2 (Geometry) assume; 3 tell

flipperagh fib, tell a lie: Ta mee flipperagh. DF

ginsh (=Ir. inse) confide, tell: T'ou foast dy m'y volley, as ginsh breagyn dou Bible

insh breag tell a lie: Insh breag elley dou! DF

inshee will tell: Fênee jeh dty gheiney aegey, as inshee ad dhyt. Bible

insh er denunciation, inform, tell on: Peiagh ennagh y insh er. DF

inshym I will tell: My inshym diu, cha jean shiu credjal. Bible

inshys tell: chamoo inshys oo eh da unnane erbee ayns y valley. Bible

barber (n.) baareyder: Go and tell the barber to come and shave me - Immee as insh da'n vaareyder dy heet dy my vaarey. JJK idiom

exactly (adv.) dy cruinn; dy jeeragh: Exactly as she said it would be - Dy jeeragh myr dooyrt ee dy beagh eh. DF idiom; dy kiart: I'll tell you exactly - Inshym dhyt dy kiart. DF idiom

frankly (adv.) dy foshlit; dy foslit; slane foshlit: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

honourably (adv.) dy-onnoroil: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

in short (adv.) gyn arragh y raa, gyn arragh y ghra; ayns focklyn giarrey; ayns beggan focklyn: I'll tell you in short - Inshym dhyt ayns beggan focklyn. DF idiom

vain1 (adj.) stroineeishagh, eddrym; fardail: I'll willingly go there, if you wish; I can tell you beforehand, it will be in vain - He'm dys shen dy-arryltagh, my sailt; foddym gra rhyt rolaue, bee eh ayns fardail. JJK idiom; awaneagh

we shall send ver mayd: tell us wherewith we shall send it to his place - cren aght ver mayd eh gys e ynnyd hene Bible

William (n.) Illiam: Tell William not to plough the field - Abbyr rish Illiam dyn traaue y magher. DF idiom

earroo (=Ir. áireamh) pl. earrooyn (of things) census; figure, foliation, number, statistics, sum, tell: Va balley-beg as earroo fardalagh dy gheiney ayn Bible

ginsh breag put on, tell a lie: S'feer eh,' dreggyr Peddyr, 'as my ta mee ginsh breag, she breag va inshit dou. Dhoor

insh 1 (v.) announce, communicate, declare, divulge, narrate, report, reporting, tell, telling a: As roie yn ven dy siyragh dy insh shoh da e sheshey Bible; 2 (as joke) crack; 3 (n.) communication, divulgation, utterance, coverage, narration, speech; 4 (f.) island; 5 shew

insh-yms I will tell: insh-yms diuish cren phooar taym dy yannoo ny reddyn shoh. Bible

can (n.) curn, curneen; stainnaghey, stainney; (v.) fod, jarg; (interrog.) nod: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom; vod: How can you go out in such weather? - Kys vod shiu goll magh ayns lheid yn earish? JJK idiom; foddee: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; oddys: How can he be so cruel? - Kys oddys eh ve cha dewil? JJK idiom

to me hym, hyms, hyms: Send them to me without delay - Cur hym ad fegooish cumrail. JJK idiom; rhym, rhyms, rhym's: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom; (emph.) dooys: He appeared to me to be thinner than ever - V'eh jeeaghyn dooys dy ve ny shangey na rieau. JJK idiom; dou: Give it to me, or else send it to him - Cur dou eh, er-nonney cur huggey eh. JJK idiom

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