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ten jeih; jeihaght


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Ten Commandments (n.) Jeih Annaghyn

ten thousand (n.) jeih-thousane

Zero Ten Neu-nhee Jeih

Zero-ten corporate tax regime (n.) coarys-keesh cochorpagh Neu-nhee-jeih

jeihaght (f.) decade, ten

jeih-thousane myriad, ten thousand

Neu-nhee Jeih Zero Ten

ten-fold (adj., adv.) jeih filley

jeih filley ten-fold

coarys-keesh cochorpagh Neu-nhee-jeih Zero-ten corporate tax regime

about (prep.) mygeayrt, mooish; mysh: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom; (to) er chee; mychione: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

acres (npl.) acreyn: Yea, ten acres of vineyard shall yield one bath - Dy jarroo nee jeih acreyn dy gharey-feeyney gymmyrkey un bath Bible

curtains (npl.) curtanyn: thou shalt make the tabernacle with ten curtains - nee oo cabbane: lesh jeih curtanyn Bible

died hooar baase: He died at least ten years before the great revolution - Hooar eh baase jeih bleeaney roish yn chaghlaa mooar. JJK idiom; hur baase

division1 (n.) ayrn, ronnane, ronney, scarran, fo-rheynn, joarey, rann; rheynn: The first division - Yn chied rheynn. DF idiom; teiy: There will be a division at ten o'clock tonight - Bee teiy ayn ec jeih er y chlag noght. DF idiom

forenoon (n.) moghrey: At ten o'clock in the forenoon - Ec jeih er y chlag 'sy voghrey. DF idiom

half lieh: I'm ten years and a half old - Ta mee jeih bleeaney as lieh d'eash. JJK idiom; liehid; liehd; (yn) derrey lieh

I shall come higgym; higym: I shall come back at ten o'clock at the latest - Higym er-ash dyn s'anmee na jeih er y chlag. JJK idiom; higyms, higgym's

I will pay eeck-ym; eeck-yms: I will pay ten thousand talents of silver - as eeck-yms jeih thousane talent dy argid Bible

knots (npl.) cruint, khyr; meeilley faarkee: Sail at ten knots - Jeih meeilley faarkee 'syn oor y hiaulley. DF idiom; meeilley marrey: The ship is making twenty knots - Ta'n lhong goll feed meeilley marrey 'syn oor. DF idiom

minutes (npl.) giare-hennaghys, imraaghyn-giarey, mynimmeeaghtyn; minnidyn: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom

revolution (n.) caghlaa mooar: He died at least ten years before the great revolution - Hooar eh baase jeih bleeaney roish yn chaghlaa mooar. JJK idiom; irree magh

shall come1 hig: I shall come back at ten o'clock at the latest - Higym er-ash dyn s'anmee na jeih er y chlag. JJK idiom

stolen (adj.) bredagh; callit; geidit, geiddit; er ny gheid; er gheid: He had stolen ten pounds, hadn't he? - V'eh er gheid jeih puint, nagh row? JJK idiom

women (npl.) mraane: ten women shall bake your bread in one oven - nee jeih mraane gaarlaghey nyn arransyn un oghe Bible

jeih (=Ir. deich) pl. jeihghyn ten: Jeih loobyn as da-eed hug eh ayns un churtan Bible; proper [L. decem]

Jeih Annaghyn Ten Commandments: As hug eh buird ny jeih annaghyn ayns yn arg, as ny looghyn rish yn arg, as hug eh stoyl y vyghin kione heose yn arg. Bible

halt1 (v.) cur stadd er, cur sthap er; shassoo: It came to a halt - Ren eh shassoo. DF idiom; scuirr: They called a halt - Ren ad scuirr. DF idiom; (n.) hault; croobagh; stadd: Ten minutes' halt - Stadd jeih minnid. DF idiom

latest s'anmagh: At the very latest - Ec y chooid s'anmagh. DF idiom; s'anmee: It's eleven o'clock at the latest - Te unnane-jeig er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmee. JJK idiom; s'anmey: I'll come back at ten at the latest - Higym er ash ec jeih er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmey. DF idiom; s'jerree: Her latest born - Yn lhiannoo s'jerree t'eck. DF idiom; s'noa: The latest news - Yn naight s'noa. DF idiom; by yerree

my aym: I shall have done my exercise in less than ten minutes - Bee my roortys jeant aym ayns ny sloo na jeih minnidyn. JJK idiom; ayms: It's past four by my watch - Te lurg kiare liorish yn ooreyder ayms. JJK idiom; lhiam; lhiams: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; my: My dear brother - My vraar veen. JJK idiom

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