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they1 (pron) ad: They rose early and have breakfasted, as they have much to do - D'irree ad dy-moghey as t'ad er vrishey nyn drostey, myr ta mooarane oc dy yannoo. JJK idiom

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they are t'ad: They are always greedy for money - T'ad rieau shegin er argid DF idiom; (emph.) t'adsyn

they would wish bailloo; (emph.) bailloosyn

alternately (adv.) dy heddyragh: They do it alternately - T'ad jannoo eh dy heddyragh. DF idiom; my-shagh: They do it alternately - T'ad jannoo eh my-shagh. DF idiom; er-eiyrt; goaill garrey: They do it alternately - T'ad goaill garrey. DF idiom

faint1 gannooinee: lest they faint in the way - er aggle dy gannooinee ad er y raad Bible; annooiney; gannooinaghey: for my spirit waxeth faint son ta my spyrryd gannooinaghey Bible; gannoonaghey: Give, I pray you, loaves of bread unto the people that follow me; for they be faint - Cur-jee, ta mee guee erriu, bwilleenyn arran dan pobble ta geiyrt orrymorrym; son tad gannoonaghey Bible; goaill neeal; goll neeal: and they shall be as when a standardbearer - as bee ad myr tra ta fer-cullee goll neeal Bible; faiynt: Esau came from the field, and he was faint - haink Esau veihn vagher, as veh faiynt Bible; traishtit, traashtit: my heart is faint in me - ta my chree traashtit cheusthie jeem Bible; naardey; neeal: She went off into a faint - Hie ee neeal. DF idiom; eighid; eigid; tooillit: and the people were very faint. - as van pobble slane tooillit Bible

spin cassey; kestal; queeyllaraght; sneeu: they toil not, they spin not - cha vel ad tooilleil, chamoo tad sneeu Bible

abed (adv.) er y lhiabbee, 'sy lhiabbee: They are late abed - Hannee ad 'sy lhiabbee. DF idiom; ny lhie: They are still abed - T'ad foast nyn lhie. DF idiom

campaign caggey: They led a campaign against me - Ren ad stiurey caggey my oi. DF idiom; cahnys; faghtys; magher; troddan: They led a campaign against me - Ren ad stiurey troddan noi aym. DF idiom

clothes (npl.) coamrey; eaddeeyn: They haven't changed their clothes, have they? - Cha nel ad er chaghlaa nyn eaddeeyn, vel? JJK idiom; eaddagh

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

inclosed chruinnee: they inclosed a great multitude of fishes - chruinnee ad dy cheilley lheid yn earroo mooar dy eeastyn Bible; dooint: They are inclosed in their own fat - Tad dooint ayns y reuïd oc hene Bible

shall fall huittys: therefore they shall fall among them that fall - shen-y-fa nee ad tuittym mastey ad shen huittys Bible; tuittee: and they shall fall before you by the sword - as tuittee ad rhymbiu liorish y chliwe Bible

their (pron) nyn: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom; oc: They waste most of their time - T'ad jummal yn chooid smoo jeh'n traa oc. JJK idiom

vanish1 (v.) skellal roish, cherraghtyn; goll naardey: What time they wax warm, they vanish - Lesh y bree-hiass tad goll naardey Bible

wastes (npl.) fadaneyssyn: they that inhabit those wastes of the land of Israel - tadsyn ta baghey ayns fadaneyssyn cheer Israel Bible; tholtanyn: And they shall build the old wastes - As troggee ad ny shenn tholtanyn Bible

carpenters (npl.) seiyr: They gave money also unto the masons, and to the carpenters - Hug ad argid myrgeddin da ny masoonee as ny seiyr Bible; seyïr: and cedar trees, and carpenters, and masons as biljyn-cedar, as seyïr, as masoonee Bible; seyir: and they laid it out to the carpenters and builders - as hug ad eh da ny seyir as ny masoonee Bible; sieyr: Unto carpenters, and builders, and masons - Da ny sieyr, as da ny mainshtyryn obbree Bible

compassed chombaase: And they compassed him in - As chombaase ad eh stiagh Bible; chruinnee: and they came by night, and compassed the city about - as haink adsyn oie, as chruinnee ad yn ardvalley Bible; injillit: for that he himself also is compassed with infirmity - son dy vel eh-hene injillit gys annoonid Bible

fewer (adj.) loo: They are fewer now - S'loo ad nish. DF idiom; (ny) sloo: There are fewer people here this year - Ta ny sloo sleih ayns shoh mleeaney. DF idiom; (ny) s'tiarkey: They are becoming fewer - T'ad goll ny s'tiarkey. DF idiom

forts (npl.) tooryn: and they built forts against it round about - as hrog ad tooryn n cruin mygeayrt Bible; cashtallyn: and they that be in the forts and in the caves shall die of the pestilence - as adsyn tayns ny cashtallyn, as ny guaggyn yiow ad baase jehn phlaih Bible

much people (n.) niart sleih: horses and much people - cabbil, as niart sleih Bible; mooarane pobble: to save much people alive - dy hauail mooarane pobble bio Bible; weight sleih: And Edom came out against him with much people - As haink Edom magh n lesh weight sleih Bible; ymmodee sleih: And they went out, they and all their hosts with them, much people - As hie ad magh, ad-hene as ooilley ny deiney caggee oc mâroo, ymmodee sleih Bible; earroo mooar dy leih: much people gathered unto him - va earroo mooar dy leih er nyn jaglym cooidjagh huggey Bible; mooarane sleih: with horsemen, and companies, and much people - lesh markee, as sheshaghtyn-caggee, as mooarane sleih Bible; ymmodee dy leih: and much people followed him - as deiyr ymmodee dy leih Bible; shiartanse mooar dy leih

shaken craait: if they be shaken, they shall even fall into the mouth of the eater - my vees ad agh craait, tuittee ad eer ayns beeal yn eeder Bible; crieit; criht: even thus be he shaken out, and emptied - dy bee eh eer myr shoh criht magh as folmit Bible

shall mount up etlee: they shall mount up with wings as eagles - etlee ad seose myr er skianyn urley Bible; troggee: they shall mount up like the lifting up of smoke. - troggee ad seose myr y jaagh-chassee neealloo yn aer Bible

shall scourge custee: And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him - As craidee ad mysh, as custee ad eh Bible; scuitchee: And they shall scourge him, and put him to death - As scuitchee ad eh, as ver ad eh gy baase Bible

stumble (v.) snapperal: and thy foot shall not stumble - as dty chass cha jean snapperal Bible; skyrraghtyn: when thou runnest, thou shalt not stumble - tra tou roie, cha jean oo skyrraghtyn Bible; leaystey: they err in vision, they stumble in judgment - tad mollit ayns ashlish, tad leaystey ayns briwnys Bible

tarry fuirraghtyn, fuirriaght: because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry - er-yn-oyr as row ad eiyrit magh ass Egypt ayns siyr, as cha row tra oc son fuirraghtyn Bible; tannaghtyn; terragh; fuirree: And tarry with him a few days - As fuirree mârish son earish yiare Bible; farkiaght; farkiagh: Would ye tarry for them till they were grown? - Jinnagh shiu farkiagh er nyn son derrey harragh ad gys eash? Bible

were v': So after he had washed their feet - Myr shen erreish da v' er niee ny cassyn oc Bible; va: Thus the heavens and the earth were finished - Myr shoh va ny niaughyn as y thalloo er nyn groo Bible; (interrog.) row: Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? - Row nearey orroo tra vad er nyannoo yn peccah dwoaiagh? Bible

were not1 cha row: But the wheat and the rie were not smitten - Agh cha rown churnagh nyn shoggyl naardey Bible; nagh row: that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us - dy voddagh enney ver ny choyrt orroo, nagh row ad ooilley jinyn Bible

won't be cha bee: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) nagh bee: Won't they have the courage? - Nagh bee yn chreeaght oc? JJK idiom

t'ad they are: T'ad cur feoh dasyn Bible

astonished atchimagh; thanvaanit: They were astonished - V'ad thanvaanit. DF idiom

cling1 (v.) croghey: They cling together - T'ad croghey rish y cheilley. DF idiom

existent (adj.) ayn: They are existent - T'ad ayn. DF idiom

fatter (adj.) riurey: They were fatter - By riurey ad. DF idiom

films (npl.) scannaneyn: They produce films - T'ad jannoo scannaneyn. DF idiom; filmyn

replete lane; saie: They are replete - T'ad nyn saie. DF idiom

spectacles (n.) speckleyryn: Haven't they any spectacles? - Nagh vel speckleyryn oc? JJK idiom

touch3 (feel) bentyn: They touch - T'ad bentyn. DF idiom

ad them, they: losht ad ad ayns shen. Bible [O.Ir. é]

adsyn (emph.) them, themselves, they: Adsyn nee Chiarn ny flaunyssee bannaghey Bible

bailloo they would wish: ren ad cre bailloo rish nyn noidyn Bible

abandoned (p.pt.) faagit, treigit; hreig: They abandoned the ship - Hreig ad y lhong. DF idiom; (adj.) jiarg

accusation (n.) plaiynt: wrote they unto him an accusation against the inhabitants of Judah and Jerusa - scrieu ad huggey plaiynt noi cummaltee Yudah as Yerusalem Bible; cooish chassid

acquainted ainjyssagh rish: Make yourself acquainted with it - Jean oo hene ainjyssagh rish. DF idiom; oayllagh rish: They are acquainted with each other - T'ad oayllagh rish y cheilley. DF idiom; taaghit

administer (v.) reirey: They administer it - T'eh fo nyn reir. DF idiom; shirveish er

against me m'oi; m; noi aym: They led a campaign against me - Ren ad stiurey troddan noi aym. DF idiom

against one another noi ry hoi: They are fighting against one another - T'ad caggey noi-ry-hoi. DF idiom

agreement1 (n.) coardail, bargane, conaant; coardailys: They reached an agreement - Haink ad er coardailys. DF idiom

alike (adj., adv.) cochasley rish, cosoylagh; colaik: They are alike as two peas - T'ad cha colaik as daa phishyr. JJK idiom; goll ry-cheilley, gollrish y cheilley

allied cochaarjagh; heuee: They allied themselves with the French - Heuee ad rish ny Frangee. DF idiom

alternatively (adv.) er aght elley: Or alternatively you can come tomorrow - Er agh elley foddee oo cheet mairagh. DF idiom; er y derrey heu: Or alternatively they will die - Er y derrey heu yiow ad baase. DF idiom

amusement (n.) aittys: They got a lot of amusement out of the story - Hooar ad ram aittys ass y skeeal. DF idiom; gamman

apply1 (v.) cur er; cur rish; cur stiagh son; shirrey: Who is to apply to him, you or they? - Quoi shegin shirrey er, uss ny adsyn? JJK idiom

apposition (n.) co-aishnyssagh; co-aishnys; cheu ry heu: They are in apposition - T'ad cheu-ry-heu. DF idiom

arm1 (n.) arm; roih: by the greatness of thine arm they shall be as still as a stone - liorish niart dty roih cha gleashee ad ny smoo na clagh Bible; (v.) armal; eillaghey

armed armit: They were armed with bows - Vad armit lesh bowghyn Bible; eillit, êillit: twelve thousand armed for war - daa housane jeig êillit son caggey Bible

arms (npl.) armyn, eillaghyn-caggee; roihaghyn: They tore the child out of its mother's arms - Raip ad y lhiannoo ass roihaghyn e voir. JJK idiom

as if (conj.) myr dy row: And Joshua and all Israel made as if they were beaten before them - As lhig Joshua as ooilley Israel orroo myr dy row ad er choayl yn laa Bible; myr yien

as many quilleen; whilleen: I've as many books as they have - Ta whilleen dy lioaryn ayms as t'ocsyn. JJK idiom

assorted (adj.) sorchit: They are assorted well - T'ad goll dy mie ry-cheilley. DF idiom

astern (adv.) cooyl: They had the wind astern - Va'n gheay cooyl oc. DF idiom; ergooyl; 'sy jerrey

Athens (n.) (Yn) Atheen; Athens: And they that conducted Paul brought him unto Athens - As hug y cheshaght hie marish Paul lhieu eh gys Athens Bible

avaricious (adj.) sayntagh, sondagh; sayntoilagh: They mustn't be so avaricious - Cha negin daue ve cha sayntoilagh. JJK idiom

ball (n.) bluggan; bluckan: They were kicking the ball about - V'ad brebbal y bluckan mygeayrt. DF idiom; crig; daunse; (v.) bluckaney, jannoo bluckan jeh

band4 (n.) (of people) possan; sheshaght: they spied a band of men - honnick ad sheshaght dy gheiney Bible

bargain (n.) bargane: He drives a hard bargain - T'eh jannoo bargane creoi. DF idiom; conaant: They entered into a bargain - Ren ad conaant eddyr oc hene. DF idiom; (v.) conaantey

beat back (n.) bwoaill er ash: They beat back the enemy - Woaill ad er ash y noid. DF idiom; castey

before the flood roish y thooilley: For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking - Son myr ayns ny laghyn va roish y thooilley, vad gee as giu Bible

betrayed brahit; er shaghryn; mollit; vrah: They betrayed their king - Vrah ad nyn ree. JJK idiom

bitter herbs (npl.) lossreeyn sharroo: and with bitter herbs they shall eat it - as lesh lossreeyn sharroo nee ad gee eh. Bible

blasphemously (adv.) dy mollaghtagh: And many other things blasphemously spake they against him. - As ymmodee reddyn elley loayr ad dy mollaghtagh noi Bible; mollaghtoil

blessing bannaght; bannaghtagh; booilley: They came home with the blessing - Haink ad thie lesh y vooilley orroo. DF idiom

block1 block, glack, glout, jeenysal, kiap; cur lhiettrimys er: They tried to block the bill in Tynwald - Hug ad lhiettrimys er y villey ayns Tinvaal. DF idiom; dooney; tarmestey

boat (n.) baatey: They are building a boat there - T'ad jannoo baatey ayns shen. DF idiom; (v.) jannoo baateyrys, shiaulley

breathe (v.) ennalaghey, sheidey, tayrn ennal; sheid ennal: and breathe upon these slain, that they may live - as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh, dy vod ad ve bio Bible

bud1 blaa aeg; blaaghey; brishey magh; buinney; cree; cur buinney magh: They are in bud - T'ad cur buinnaghyn magh. DF idiom; fo vuinnaghyn; gobbit; gub; gubbit; jeeass; keeagh

buried fo'n 'oaid: He is dead and buried - T'eh fo'n 'oaid. DF idiom; oanluckit; doanluck: They buried the victims - Doanluck ad ny hourallee. DF idiom; goanluckey, oanlucky

but for all this agh son shoh as ooilley: But for all this they sinned yet more - Agh son shoh as ooilley, hie ad ny sodjey er nyn doshiaght ayns peccah Bible

called denmys; deie, deïe; eit; gerrymit; sumney; sumnit; symnee; er ny enmys; d'yllee: As soon as they called me, I got up - Cha leah's d'yllee ad orrym, hrog mee orrym. JJK idiom

cancel (v.) cur ass, scryssey; dolley magh: They cancel each other out - T'ad dolley magh y cheilley. DF idiom; duillag ynnyd, lheanagh ynnyd

cards (npl.) kaartyn: He had the cards marked - Va cowraghyn er ny kaartyn echey. DF idiom; caartyn: They are playing cards - T'ad cloie er ny caartyn. DF idiom

census2 (n.) (of things) earroo; kione-earroo: They took a census of the seal population - Ren ad kione-earroo ny raunteenyn. DF idiom

character ambee, imbea: They must give me a good character - Shegin daue cur dou ambee mie. JJK idiom; (n.) cowrey: The character of Langness has been changed - Ta cowrey Langlish er ve caghlaait. DF idiom; lettyr; (in play etc.) karacteyr

charging1 (v.) lughtaghey; tromaghey: They are charging the batteries - T'ad tromaghey ny kishtaghyn pooar. DF idiom

charms (npl.) obbyn: They believed in charms - Chred ad ayns obbyn. DF idiom; pishagyn, pishaggyn

chime bwoalley; cling; clingaghey; clingeragh: They chime together - T'ad clingeragh ry-cheilley. DF idiom; cochlaggintys

clash bwoalley feiyr ass; caggey; meechordail: They clash - Ta meechoardail eddyr oc. DF idiom; tharmanaghey; tharmane

clustered (adj.) dossanagh; (v.) chruinnee: They clustered round him - Chruinnee ad mygeayrt y mysh DF idiom

coffin (n.) coavin, coyr-verriu, kishtey keyl, koir-verriu, koir-oanluckee; crub; coffin: they embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin in Egypt. - ren ad yn corp echeyspiceal, as veh er ny choyrt ayns coffin ayns Egypt Bible

collection (n.) chaglym: They made a collection for him - Ren ad chaglym da. DF idiom; jeelym; oural

committee (n.) bing: They formed themselves into a committee - Ren ad bing jeu hene. DF idiom

company sheshaght-ghellal; colught: They wound the company up - Hug ad jerrey er y cholught. DF idiom; complaght; sheshaght: Do you expect company? - Vel shiu jerkal rish sheshaght? JJK idiom; skimmee: The ship's company - Yn skimmee. DF idiom

continue (v.) beaynaghey, farraghtyn, freayll goll, goll er, marraghtyn, tannaghtyn, fannaghtyn, tuinaghey, tannee; chummys; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn; freayll: They still continue the custom - T'ad foast freayll y cliaghtey er bun. DF idiom

conversation (n.) coloayrtys: He is the subject of conversation - She oyr coloayrtys eh. DF idiom; cooish; taggloo: They held a conversation - Va taggloo eddyr oc. DF idiom

corner5 (n.) (on road) ceau; corneil: Here they are in the corner - Er hoh eh ayns y chorneil. JJK idiom

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

councils (npl.) coonceilyn: But beware of men: for they will deliver you up to the councils -Agh bee-jee er nyn dwoaie roish deiney, son livrey-ee ad shiu seose gys ny coonceilyn Bible

counsel (v.) coyrlagh, coyrlaghey da, cur coyrle da; (n.) coonceil; (n.) coyrle: They took counsel together - Ghow ad coyrle ry-cheilley. DF idiom; pleadeilagh: He represented it by counsel - Ta pleadeilagh gobbragh da. DF idiom

coupled cubblit, cupplit, piyrit, loopit, kianglit; lannoonit; loop, loopey; juntit: And they were coupled beneath, and coupled together at the head thereof - As vad juntit cooidjagh veih heese dy heose Bible

court1 (n.) cooyrt, faaie; quaiyl: He'll appear before this court of justice, at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh, ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom; (v.) sooree

courteous (adj.) bwaagh; cooyrtoil: They were not very courteous - Cha row ad feer chooyrtoil. JJK idiom

court of justice (n.) quaiyl vriwnys: He'll appear before this court of justice; at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh; ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom

covenanted conaanit; choard: And they covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver - As choard ad rish son jeih peeshyn as feed dy argid Bible

covering1 (n.) brat; coodagh: that they have no covering in the cold - myr shen nagh vel coodagh oc veihn feayraght Bible; (adj., v.) coodee

creation (n.) croo: They are all part of the creation - Ta'd ooilley paart jeh'n chroo. DF idiom; crooaght

creek (n.) branlaig, giau, glion, gullad, strooan; injeig; guag, giuag; purt; ooig: but they discovered a certain creek with a shore - agh chronnee ad ooig dy row lesh traie Bible

cupboard (n.) cubbyrt: They have no cupboard - Cha nel cubbyrt oc. JJK idiom; culleig, cuilleig hashtee

cut up (v.) buinnit: as thorns cut up shall they be burned in the fire - myr drineyn buinnit bee ad er nyn losteysyn aile Bible; giarrey

damned deyrit: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth - Dy voddagh adsyn ooilley ve deyrit nagh ren credjal yn irriney Bible; caillt; imshee; mollaghtagh

daytime (n.) laa: They come in the daytime and in the night-time as well - T'ad cheet er y laa as er yn oie neesht. DF idiom

decline failleil; goll sheese; jee-chleaney; obbal; parail; shymley; shymlid; tuittym; leaystey: thou shalt not decline from the sentence which they shall shew thee - cha jean oo leaystey veihn vriwnys oc Bible

defended fendit: They defended themselves well, but what could a few boats' crews do? - B'end ad ad hene dy-mie, agh cre yarg kuse veg dy skimmeeyn baatey y yannoo? JJK idiom

descend (v.) cheet neose: They descended the hill - Haink ad neose jeh'n clieau. DF idiom; faagail, tarlheim, tuittym

differ (v.) neuchoardail: They differ from each other - T'ad neuchoardail rish y cheilley. DF idiom

different (adj.) anchasley rish: They are different - T'ad anchasley rish y cheilley. DF idiom; lheamys, lheamyssagh, neuchasley rish, neughollrish

diminished charbaait: They diminished the supply of his milk - Ren ad eh y harbaa. DF idiom; leodit; leodee: It diminished - Leodee eh. DF idiom; parail: It diminished - Ren eh parail. DF idiom

dining (v.) gee: They were dining off fish - V'ad gee eeast. DF idiom; goaill jinnair

dipper (n.) injilleyr, lheeagh, lhon ushtey, slat hummee; tummeyder: They christened him John the Dipper - Denmys ad eh Juan y Thummeyder. DF idiom

dominions (npl.) chiarnyssyn: whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities - edyr ad y ve stuill-reeoil, ny chiarnyssyn, ny rheamyn Bible

drawing room (n.) ardchamyr: Will you, please, come into the drawing-room, where they are at present? - Jig shiu stiagh ayns yn ardchamyr, my sailliu, raad t'ad ec y traa t'ayn. JJK idiom; cuillee; shamyr soie

dried cheerit, shirkit, shyrgaghey; chirmit, chyrmit; hirmee, hyrmee; heer: They dried my shirt for me - Heer ad my lheiney dou. DF idiom; chirrym: Dried fruit - Mess chirrym. DF idiom

drive away (v.) imman ersooyl, immee roish; eebyrt; geiyrt ersooyl: They drive away the ass of the fatherless - Tad geiyrt ersooyl assyl y chloan gyn-ayr Bible

east1 niar: They are coming from east and west - T'ad cheet niar as neear. DF idiom; shar

eater1 (n.) eeder: they shall even fall into the mouth of the eater - tuittee ad eer ayns beeal yn eeder Bible; eedyr

ebony (n.) billey eabban, eabban; ebony: they brought thee for a present horns of ivory and ebony - hug ad lhieu hood son gioot, feeacklyn ivory, as ebony Bible

emeralds (npl.) emeraldyn: they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds, purple, and broidered work - ren ad dellal ayns dty vargaghyn lesh emeraldyn, gorrym-jiarg, Bible

employed failt; ymmyd jeant jeh; goit seose: for they were employed in that work day and night - son vad goit seose ayns yn obbyr shen, oie as laa Bible

engaged goaill greme; naisht, naishtit; naishtey: They are getting engaged today - T'ad naishtey jiu. DF idiom; tarroogh: Are you engaged? - Vel oo tarroogh? DF idiom

enquire briaght, brie; fenaght; fenaghtyn; fênee: Enquire how they got it - Fenee fys hooar ad eh. DF idiom

entertain (v.) cur cleaysh da, cur giense da; oltaghey: They entertain a great deal - T'ad goltaghey dy mennick. DF idiom

every side dagh cheu; dagh ooilley ard: They came from every side to see him - Haink ad voish dagh ooilley ard dy akin eh. DF idiom; dy chooilley heu

fall into temptation (v.) tuittym ayns miolagh: But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare - Agh tadsyn ta soit er ve berchagh tuittym ayns miolagh, as ribbey Bible

fall under (v.) tuittym fo: that they shall not be able to stand: but fall under my feet - derrey nagh vod ad shassoo: agh tuittym fo my chassyn Bible

fathoms (npl.) feiyn: they sounded again, and found it fifteen fathoms - hug ad magh yn leoaie reesht, as hooar ad eh queig feiyn jeig

faulty (adj.) foiljagh: now shall they be found faulty - nish bee ad er ny gheddyn foiljagh Bible; foutagh; loghtagh

flies (npl.) beishteigyn, cor-whuaillagyn, meeyllyn; quaillagyn: They are tortured with flies - T'ad goll er torchaghey ec quaillagyn. DF idiom

fond (adj.) graihagh, keainal, ommidagh; shynney lesh: They are fond of long walks - Shynney lhieu walkalyn liauyrey. JJK idiom; s'mian lesh: My sister is very fond of cherries - S'mian lesh my huyr shillishyn. JJK idiom

force1 egin: They took it by force - Ghow ad er egin eh. DF idiom; (n.) lajerys, forse, forsey, in; niart: To resort to force - Dy yannoo ymmyd jeh niart. DF idiom; (v.) eiginaghey; eignee; cur er

forest (n.) keyll: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom

forgiveness (n.) leih: that they may receive forgiveness of sins - dy vod ad leih peccaghyn y gheddyn Bible; maih, maihnys

for them er-nyn-son: They won't give you these goods before you pay for them - Cha der ad yn chooid shoh diu roish t'ou g'eeck er nyn son. JJK idiom; er ny son oc; (emph.) er ny son ocsyn; nyn gour

forthwith chelleeragh: And forthwith he came to Jesus - As chelleeragh haink eh gys Yeesey Bible; er-y-chooyl: and forthwith they sprung up - as daase eh erychooyl Bible

fought (v.) caggit; chagg: They fought with each other - Chagg ad rish y cheilley. DF idiom

frightened agglit ass; scoaghit; dagglee: He frightened me out of my senses - Dagglee eh yn cree assym. DF idiom; jagglee: They frightened me - Jagglee ad mee. DF idiom

froward (adj.) frourtagh; condaagagh; camlaagagh; feie; fargagh; nieunagh; roonagh: and with the froward thou shalt learn frowardness - noin roonagh soilshee oo dty roon Bible; frowartagh: for they are a very froward generation - son sheeloghe feer frowartagh ad Bible

game1 (v.) cloie: The game is up - Sheer-charrooagh. DF idiom; (n.) gamman: They were on to his little game - Va enney oc er yn gamman beg echey. DF idiom

gathered chaglit, chagglit; haggil: They gathered - Haggil ad. DF idiom; heih; hymsee; sumney

gird (v.) chionney; cryss: Gird up thy loins - Cryss seose dty gharmad mysh dty veeghyn Bible; cryssey: they shall gird themselves with sackcloth - nee ad cryssey adhene lesh aanrit-sack Bible

gnash (v.) snaggeragh: they hiss and gnash the teeth - t'ad gannidys as snaggeragh lesh nyn veeacklyn Bible; snaggeraght: he shall gnash with his teeth - nee eh snaggeraght lesh e eeacklyn Bible; snaggeral

gods (npl.) jeeghyn: They worshipped many gods - Hug ad ooashley da ymmodee jeeghyn. DF idiom

goodly images (npl.) jallooyn stoamey: according to the goodness of his land they have made goodly images - rere foays e halloo, tad er nyannoo jallooyn stoamey Bible

good order mayn; smaght; stayd mie: They are all in good order - T'ad ooilley ayns stayd mie. DF idiom

gore2 (v.) (of bull) raip, raipey, seiy; puttey: If an ox gore a man or a woman, that they die - As my nee dow puttey dooinney ny ben, as eh oyr baaish daue bible

hems (npl.) chemmallyn: And they made upon the hems of the robe pomegranates of blue - As hug ad er chemmallyn y choamrey pomegranateyn dy ghorrym Bible

herd of swine (n.) griaght muickey; griagh dy vuckyn: they went into the herd of swine - hie ad stiagh ayns y ghriagh dy vuckyn Bible; shioltane muck

hither and thither (adv.) huggey as veih, noon as noal; veih-my-cheilley: they parted hither and thither - rheynn ad veih-my-cheilley bIBLE

home1 balley, valley; oayll; cheer; thie: They came home with the blessing - Haink ad thie lesh y vooilley orroo. DF idiom; dy valley: It's the nearest way home - Te yn aagherrid dy-valley. JJK idiom

hotel (n.) thie goaldee; thie oast: They do you very well at this hotel - Bee oo jeant magh 'sy thie oast shoh. DF idiom

hymn (n.) arrane-chrauee; arrane-moyllee: And when they had sung an hymn - As tra vad er ghoaill arrane-moyllee Bible; carval; daan moyllee; hymn; marroon noo

idol (n.) jalloo; jee-jalloo; jee beg: They made an idol of him - Ren ad jee beg jeh. DF idiom

ignorant (adj.) almoragh: How ignorant they are! - S'almoragh ad! DF idiom; anoayllagh, lag-hastagh, lag-hushtagh, meehushtagh, neuhoiggalagh, neuhoiggaltagh, neuynsit

incapable (adj.) neuchummeydagh: They are somewhat incapable - T'ad cooid veg neuchummeydagh. JJK idiom; neufondagh

innocent gyn loght; mecaintagh; neuchyndagh; neufoiljagh; neuloghtagh; oney: I do not think that they were innocent - Cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy row ad oney. JJK idiom

James (n.) Jamys: they entered into the house of Simon and Andrew, with James and John - hie ad stiagh ayns thie Simon as Andreays, marish Jamys as Ean Bible

joined cochianglt; dy cheilley: They are joined - T'ad dy cheilley. DF idiom; joynit; kainlt; sniemmit

justice (n.) cairys, corrym, corrymid, corrymys, jeerys; briwnys: He'll appear before this court of justice, at least, they say so - Hig eh roish y whaiyl-vriwnys shoh, ec y chooid sloo, t'ad gra myr shen. JJK idiom

ladies (npl.) mraane: However learned these ladies may be, they make themselves ridiculous - Kied echey ynsit foddee ny mraane shoh y ve, t'ad cur orroo hene jeeaghyn ommijagh. JJK idiom; ladeeyn

limed eayllit; deayllee: They limed the field - Deayllee ad y magher. DF idiom

little more beggan elley; kuse veg: They must have a little more wine - Shegin ve kuse veg dy feeyn oc. JJK idiom

lock (v.) cur glass er, kiangley, lock; (n.) glass, gliass: They forced the lock - Vrish ad y glass. DF idiom; (n.) scabbag, skeog, skeoag; breid

longline1 (n.) baulk: They have gone to the longline fishing - T'ad er n'gholl da'n vaulk. DF idiom; bolk

lordship (n.) chiarnaght; chiarnys: Ye know that they which are accounted to rule over the Gentiles exercise lordship over them - Ta fys eu dy vel fir-reill ny Hashoonee gymmyrkey chiarnys orroo Bible

lots (npl.) lottyn; cronchoryn; cronyn: They drew lots for it - Hayrn ad cronyn er e hon. DF idiom

meaning (n.) bun: Give me the meaning of it - Cur bun dou er. DF idiom; keeal: They have the same meaning - Ta'n cheeal cheddin oc. DF idiom

mingle (v.) covestey, mestey; seiy: they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men - nee ad seiy ad hene fud sluight deiney Bible

most (yn) chooid smoo: They waste most of their time - T'ad jummal yn chooid smoo jeh'n traa oc. JJK idiom; moo; shlee; smoo: He who catches most will have most - Eshyn smoo hayrys smoo vees echey. JJK idiom

mostly (adv.) son y chooid smoo: They are mostly Manx - T'ad nyn Manninee son y chooid smoo. DF idiom

mounted (v.) er mooin: They are mounted on one another - T'ad er mooin y cheilley. DF idiom

mustard (n.) marrag; mustard; mustart: They will have some mustard - Bee mustart oc. JJK idiom

named enmyssit, er ny enmys, jeh'n ennym; gerrymit; denmys: They named him John - Denmys ad Juan eh. DF idiom

of dy: Will they have a glass of wine? - Bee gless dy feeyn oc? JJK idiom; jeh: I don't like any of these books - Cha laik lhiam veg jeh ny lioaryn shoh. JJK idiom; ny; voish

of a field (gen.) magheragh: As keepers of a field, are they against her round about - Myr arreyderyn magheragh, shen myr tadsyn noi eck magheragh, shen myr tadsyn noi eck Bible

of sheep (ny) geyrragh: and they builded the sheep gate - as hrog ad giat ny geyrragh Bible; keyrragh: yea, the flocks of sheep are made desolate - dy jarroo ta ny shioltaneyn keyrragh shymley ersooyl Bible

ointments (npl.) ooilyn: And they returned, and prepared spices and ointments - as hooar ad aarloo spisyn as ooilyn Bible; ooillyn; shelliuyn

old woman (n.) caillagh; shenn ven: They were waking the old woman - V'ad farrarey yn chenn ven. DF idiom

one way (adj.) un-hrawagh; un raad: they shall come out against thee one way - hig ad magh dt un raad Bible

on the left side er y cheu chiare: and they four had the face of an ox on the left side - as vec y chiare eddin dow er y cheu chiare Bible; er y cheu hoshtal

over them harroo, harroosyn; harrystoo, harrishdoo: Therefore they did set over them taskmasters Ren ad, er-y-fa shen, soiaghey harrystoo oaseiryn Bible; er nyn skyn, er-nyn-skyn; orroo: He triumphed over them - Hooar eh laue yn eaghtyr orroo. DF idiom

paces (npl.) kesmadyn: when they that bare the ark of the Lord had gone six paces - tra vadsyn va gymmyrkey arg y Chiarn, er ngholl shey kesmadyn Bible

plot co-chialg: They are hatching a plot - T'ad cur cochialg er bun. DF idiom; graaf; ploht; preaban; reeaney

plucking (v.) speeiney: They are plucking geese in Scotland today - T'ad speeiney guoiee ayns Nalbin jiu. DF idiom; pluckey, teih

poisoned nieuit; pyshoonit: They are all poisoned - T'ad ooilley er nyn byshooney. DF idiom

presents (npl.) toyrtyssyn: Your children receive presents on New Year's Day, don't they? - Ta nyn baitchyn geddyn toyrtyssyn er Laa n'Ollick Beg, nagh vel? JJK idiom

prisoner (n.) cappee, carchyragh, kimmagh; pryssoonagh: They took him prisoner - Ren ad pryssoonagh jeh. DF idiom

produce brey; gientyn; gymmyrkey magh; jannoo: They produce films - T'ad jannoo scannaneyn. DF idiom; sheeyney; taishbyney; toarey; yeeillym; ymmyrk magh; (n.) troar: Farm produce - Troar ny thallooin. DF idiom

professionals (npl.) gerrymee; lught keirdey: They are professionals - T'ad nyn lught keirdey. DF idiom

proposal (n.) treealtys: They laughed down the proposal - Hug ad jerrey er y treealtys lesh garaghtee. DF idiom

pub (n.) thie lhionney; thie oast: They frequented the pub every night - Haagh ad y thie oast gagh oie. DF idiom

questions (npl.) questionyn; feyshtyn: They barraged him with questions - Cheau as feyshtyn huggey dy tappee. DF idiom; keishtyn

raise brishey; carn; cruinnaghey; cur ny hassoo; doostey; jeeragh seose; moostey; prisal; thiolley; troggal: They will raise themselves - Nee ad troggal orroo. DF idiom; yrjaghey; ardjee: Raise it slightly - Ardjee beggan eh. DF idiom

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