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this (pron) ee shoh; eh shoh; shoh: This report is false - Ta'n fou shoh foalsey. JJK idiom


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after this (ny) yei shoh; (ny) lurg shoh: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom

grant this (v.) giall shoh

this day jiu: This day fortnight - Kegeesh jiu. DF idiom

this far choud's shoh

this here shoh

This is She shoh; T'eh shoh: Give me some of that ink, this is bad - Cur dou paart jeh'n doo shen, t'eh shoh olk. JJK idiom; Shoh: This is my kitchen garden - Shoh my gharey-losseree. JJK idiom

this itself shoh hene

this morning (n.) moghrey jiu: Was it this morning you came? Yes - Moghrey jiu haink oo? She. DF idiom

this one (y) cheh shoh; (yn) fer shoh; (y) jeh shoh

this side wass ayns shoh; (y) cheu shoh: This side up - Yn cheu shoh heose. DF idiom

this year (n.) myleeaney; mleeaney: We've had no winter this year - Cha nel geurey erbee er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

at this time nish

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

cares of this life (npl.) kiarailyn y vea shoh

for this very reason er y hon shen hene

in return for this er son shoh

in this manner myr shoh

on this side er y cheu shoh: that the possession of our inheritance on this side Jordan may be our's - dy vod cummal yn eiraght ain ve er y cheu shoh dy Yordan Bible

this or that shoh ny shen

This shall be Shoh myr vees eh

this very day (n.) jiu hene

this very night (n.) oie noght hene

this way or that way (yn) derrey raad nyn raad elley

unto this day derreyn laa tayn jiu: which is upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day - ter kione y lheeasid, derreyn laa tayn jiu Bible; gys y laa jiu: that is the pillar of Rachel's grave unto this day - shen pillar oaie Rachel gys y laa tayn jiu Bible; gys y laa tayn jiu: And Joseph made it a law over the land of Egypt unto this day - As ren Joseph eh ny leigh harrish cheer Egypt, gys y laa tayn jiu Bible

worse than this (ny) smessey na shoh

shoh (=Ir. seo) this, this here: Agh rish ooilley'n traa shoh, cha row mish ec Jerusalem Bible [O.Ir. in ... so]

welfare (n.) foays: for this man seeketh not the welfare of this people - son cha vel eh shoh shirrey foays y phobble; lhiass

cheh shoh (y) this one

ee shoh this

jeh shoh (y) this one

attention (n.) arrey: Pay particular attention to this - Cur arrey er-lheh da shoh. DF idiom; frioose; geill: I've often told you so, you never pay any attention - Ta mee dy-mennick er n'insh dhyt myr shen, agh cha nel oo dy-bragh cur geill da. JJK idiom; tastey: I directed his attention to it - Hayrn mee y tastey echey da. DF idiom; tastid: I must draw your attention to this matter - Shegin dou tayrn dty hastid hug y chooish shoh. DF idiom

couldn't cha dod: I couldn't get any fish - Cha dod mee geddyn eeast erbee. JJK idiom; cha jarg: You couldn't sell your loss - Cha jarg oo dty choayl y chreck. DF idiom; cha noddagh; nagh voddagh: So we see that they could not enter in - Myr shen hee mayd nagh voddagh ad goll stiagh Bible; (interrog.) nagh noddagh, nagh voddagh: Could not this man, which opened the eyes of the blind, have caused that even this man should not have died? Nagh voddagh yn dooinney shoh, ren fosley sooillyn ny doail, ver lhiettal baase y dooinney shoh?

I must shegin dou: All that the Lord speaketh, that I must do - Ooilley ny tan Chiarn dy harey, shegin dou jannoo Bible; shêgin dou: Truly this is a grief, and I must bear it - Dy firrinagh ta shoh my cherraghey trome, as shêgin dou eh y ymmyrkey Bible; shegin dooys: But I must die in this land - Agh shegin dooys baasegheddynsy cheer shoh Bible

stale (adj.) gart, gort: Stale milk - Bainney gort. DF idiom; gear; loau; eig: This ale is stale - Ta'n lhune shoh eig. DF idiom; goll eig; roit ass; shenn: This bread is stale - Ta shenn vlass er yn arran shoh. DF idiom

vile1 (adj.) drogh: and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment - as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey; Bible; dwoaieagh; dwoaiagh: then thy brother should seem vile unto - dy bee dty vraar eisht dwoaiagh ayns dty hilley Bible; fardailagh; melley; neu-chooie: For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections - Er-yn-oyr shoh livrey Jee ad seose gys yeearreeyn neu-chooie Bible; feohdagh: but unto this man do not so vile a thing - agh rish yn dooinney shoh, ny jean-jee lheid y peccah feohdagh Bible; mollaghtagh: er-yn-oyr dy ren e vec ad-hene mollaghtagh - because his sons made themselves vile Bible; marvaanagh: Who shall change our vile body - Nee caghlaa yn corp marvaanagh ain; (n.) moodjeen: The vile person shall be no more called liberal - Cha bee yn mooidjeen ny smoo enmyssit feoilt Bible

wickedness (n.) condraght; dwoaiagh: What wickedness is this that is done among you? - Cren obbyr dwoaiagh shoh, ta jeant ny mast' eu? Bible; mee-chraueeaght: And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth - As honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght trome er y thalloo Bible; neuchraueeys; croiaght: it is wickedness - she croiaght eh Bible; drogh-yannoo: that there be no wickedness among you - son nagh bee lheid y drogh-yannoo ny vud eu. Bible; peccah: and shall do no more any such wickedness as this - as cha jean ad arragh lheid y peccah shoh Bible; olk: that hath wrought wickedness in the sight of the Lord thy God - ta er nobbraghey olk ayns shilleyn Chiarn dty Yee Bible; olkys: because of the wickedness of thy doings - kyndagh rish olkys dtobbraghyn Bible

wass ayns shoh this side

derreyn laa tayn jiu unto this day

eh shoh this: Eh shoh hed mayrt Bible

gys y laa tayn jiu unto this day

oie noght hene (f.) this very night

smessey na shoh (ny) worse than this

broader (adj.) lea; lhea: This is broader - Ta shoh ny s'lhea. DF idiom

er son shoh in return for this: Er son shoh ruggyr mee Bible

nish (=Ir. anois) at this time, now: Nish er-y-fa shen, ny gow-jee aggle

She shoh This is: She shoh my ghraih Bible

yei shoh (ny) after this, hereafter, hereupon: bee toiggal ayd jeh ny-yei shoh. Bible

abolish (v.) moogh; mooghey; astyral; astyrt; scryssey magh: Let us abolish this law - Lhig dooin scryssey magh yn leigh shoh. JJK idiom

abolished (p.pt.) astyrit; scryssit magh: This law has been abolished - Ta'n leigh shoh er ve scryssit magh. JJK idiom; coyrt naardey

about us mooin; mygeayrt-y-mooin: Now shall this company lick up all that are round about us - Nish neen cheshaght shoh sliee seose ooilley ny ta mygeayrt-y-mooin Bible

advantage1 (n.) vondeish: It has this advantage - Ta'n vondeish shoh echey. DF idiom; cosney; er son foays

apple (n.) ooyl: This apple seems to be good - Ta'n ooyl shoh jeeaghyn dy ve mie. JJK idiom; (adj.) ooyllagh

apples (npl.) ooyllyn; ooylyn: Apples and pears were very late this year - Va ooylyn as peearyn feer anmagh mleeaney. JJK idiom

article1 (n.) olt; red: This article is not moving - Cha nel y red shoh goll er creck. DF idiom

assumption1 (n.) froaishid; barel: I am working on this assumption - Ta mee gobbragh as yn barel shoh aym. DF idiom

author (n.) bun; jatter; ughtar: This author's style is difficult - Ta mod yn ughtar shoh doillee JJK idiom

Autumn (n.) (yn) Fouyr: We've had a splendid autumn this year - Ta fouyr feer aalin er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

beer (n.) beer; jough cheyl: It flattened the beer - Ren eh eig y jough-cheyl. DF idiom; lhune: This beer has an unpleasant taste - Ta blass olk er y lhune shoh. JJK idiom

belief (n.) credjue: This is the fundamental belief of the church - Ta shoh bun-chredjue ny hagglish. DF idiom

blasphemous (adj.) ard-vollaghtagh; mollaghtagh: This man ceaseth not to speak blasphemous words - Tan dooinney shoh kinjagh loayrt goan mollaghtagh Bible; mollaghtoil; oaieagh

brew1 deayrtey, tayrn; (n., v.) broie; (n., v.) imbyl: This is a good brew - Ta shoh imbyl mie. DF idiom

brighter (adj.) gilley: This is brighter than that - Ta shoh ny s'gilley na shen. DF idiom

brush (n.) skeaban: Whose brush is this? - Quoi s'lesh y skeaban shoh? JJK idiom; (v.) skeabey: You have to brush your clothes - Shegin diu skeabey nyn eaddeeyn. JJK idiom

budget bushaid, poageen; claare argidoil: We will have to budget for this - Shegin dooin cur shoh 'sy chlaare argidoil. DF idiom; (v.) cur 'sy claare argidoil

cares (npl.) imneaghyn; kiarailyn: and cares of this life - as kiarailyn y vea shoh Bible

castle (n.) cashtal: This castle was built in the reign of George the Third - Va'n cashtal shoh troggit ayns lhing yn Trass George. JJK idiom

circle1 (n.) carkyl, kiarkil; fainey: Stand in a circle - Shass ayns fainey. DF idiom; kiarkyl: This is a vicious circle - Ta shoh kiarkyl olk. DF idiom; (v.) goll mygeayrt, combaasal

cold feayght; feayr: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom; feayraght; mughane: She has a bad cold - Ta mughane olk eck. JJK idiom

commonly (adv.) cadjinagh; dy cadjin: and this saying is commonly reported among the Jews - as tan raa shoh dy cadjin er ny insh magh mastey ny Hewnyn Bible

companion cooidjaghtagh, co-heshey; cumraag: Fire is a good companion in this weather - Ta aile ny chumraag mie ayns lheid yn earish shoh. JJK idiom; greeish chabbaneagh; laue-lioar; sheshey

conduct1 aghtey; gurneiley; leeideil; imbea; ymmyrkey: This man's conduct is bad, but that of his companions is worse - Ta ymmyrkey yn dooinney shoh olk, agh ta e heshaghyn ny smessey JJK idiom

costs (npl.) taillaghyn quaiyllagh; (v.) costal: This house costs me a great deal - Ta'n thie shoh costal mooarane dou JJK idiom

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

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

crime1 (n.) loght: Is there anything more dreadful than this crime? - Vel red erbee ayn ny s'atchimee na'n loght shoh? JJK idiom

cursed custey; (adj.) fo vollaght: This house is cursed - Ta'n thie shoh fo vollaght. DF idiom

cursing guee er; gwee; guee; gweeaghyn: tHis delight was in cursing - Va e haitnys ayns gweeaghyn Bible; mollaght: Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing -Ass yn un veeal ta cheet bannaght as mollaght Bible

dangerous (adj.) cryggylagh, gaueagh; danjeyragh: This is a dangerous habit - Ta'n oash shen danjeyragh. JJK idiom; dangeyragh

department (n.) rheynn: He doesn't work in this department - Cha nel eh gobbragh 'sy rheynn shoh. DF idiom

detested (v.) feoh currit da: This man is detested on account of his perfidy - Ta feoh currit da'n dooinney shoh kyndagh rish e oalsaght. JJK idiom

devilish (adj., adv.) imshee, jouyllagh; niurinagh: This wisdom descendeth not from above, but is earthly, sensual, devilish - Cha vel y chreenaght shoh cheet neose veihn yrjey, agh te thallooinagh, beishtagh, niurinagh Bible

dial (n.) dial, oaie, puiss; eddin: Luminous dial - Eddin hoilsheanagh. DF idiom; (v.) jeel, jeeley: Dial this number - Jeel yn earroo shoh. DF idiom

dictionary (n.) fockleyr: Will this dictionary ever be ready? - Bee'n fockleyr shoh aarloo chioee? DF idiom

dirty4 (adj.) (as trick) graney: This is a dirty business - Ta shoh obbyr ghraney. DF idiom

discovery (n.) feddyn magh: Everybody is speaking of this new discovery - Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK idiom; scrialtys

disputer (n.) pleadeyr: where is the disputer of this world? - cre vel pleadeyr y theihll shoh? Bible

divide (n.) charvaal; (v.) rheynn: Divide this equally - Rheynn shoh lhieh my lhieh. DF idiom; scarrey

entertaining eunysseyragh; oltaghey; taitnyssagh: This book is very entertaining - Ta'n lioar shoh feer taitnyssagh. JJK idiom

evening1 (n.) fastyr: The lady I was speaking to has invited me for this evening - Yn ven-seyr rishyn va mee loayrt, t'ee er chuirrey mee son yn astyr jiu. JJK idiom; fastyragh

evils (npl.) uilk: The evils of this world - Uilk y theihll shoh. DF idiom

except1 agh; er-lhimmey jeh: All is right except this sentence - Ta ooilley kiart er-lhimmey jeh'n raa shoh. JJK idiom; faagail magh ass; magh voish; (ny) s'looid; mannagh

explanation (n.) baght, bun; soilsheydys: This explanation appears to me too artificial - Strooys dy vel y soilsheydys shoh ro vooadit. JJK idiom

exposed anchoodit; foshlit; gyn coadey; gyn fastee: This is a very exposed place - Ta'n boayl shoh gyn fastee erbee. DF idiom; lhiggit magh; rooisht

finer (adj.) meeney; (ny) s'aaley: Is there anything finer than this view? - Vel red erbee ny s'aaley ayn na'n reayrt shoh? JJK idiom

fire1 (n.) aile: Fire is a good companion in this weather - Ta aile ny chumraag mie ayns lheid yn earish shoh. JJK idiom; chenney, tienney; (v.) lhiggey, lhieggey, lostey; cur aile da

flee2 (v.) (to); (dy) chosney: this city is near to flee unto - tan barley shoh er gerrey dy chosney huggey Bible

flower (n.) blaa: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom; (v.) blaaghey, cheet my vlaa; losserey

for us er-nyn-son: Pray for us! - Gow padjer er nyn son! DF idiom; nyn gour: This table is reserved for us - Ta'n boayrd shoh nyn gour. DF idiom; son ain

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

fruit (n.) mess: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; troar; (v.) ymmyrkey mess

gash (n.) beam; lhott; loggyr: This stuff is gash - Ta'n stoo shoh loggyr. DF idiom; (v.) giarrey

gift1 (n.) gioot: Be pleased to accept this gift - Gow my sailliu yn gioot shoh. DF idiom; nastey: Christmas gift - Nastey Nollick. DF idiom; (v.) giootal; giootal da; giootey; tortys

gross (n.) daa ghussan yeig; gross; (adj.) jiarg-; slane; garroo; roauyr: For this people's heart is waxed gross - Son ta cree yn phobble shoh er naase roauyr Bible

habit (v.) cliaghtey; (n.) coamrey; oash: This is a dangerous habit - Ta'n oash shen danjeyragh. JJK idiom

holiday (n.) feailley: Shall we have a half-holiday this afternoon? - Bee lieh-laa-feailley ain fastyr jiu? JJK idiom; laa seyr

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

hot (adj.) bio; cheh: That water is hot but this water is hotter - Ta'n ushtey shen cheh, agh ta'n ushtey shoh ny s'choe. 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

hotter (adj.) choe: That water is hot but this water is hotter - Ta'n ushtey shen cheh, agh ta'n ushtey shoh ny s'choe. JJK idiom

I cannot cha noddym: I cannot sustain this any longer - Cha noddym gymmyrkey shoh ny s'odjey. DF idiom; cha voddym; cha jargym: I cannot speak to any of you - Cha jargym loayrt rish fer erbee jeu. DF idiom

illness (n.) aslaynt: Absent through illness - Assaaragh lesh aslaynt. DF idiom; asslaynt; chingys: This illness weakens me very much - Ta'n chingys shoh jannoo mee feer faase. JJK idiom

inhabitants (npl.) cummaltee: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; ynnydee; dream, fir vaghee, mooinjer, sleih

intend (v.) kiarail, treeal, treill; smooinaghtyn; soulaghey; keeayllaghey: What do you intend by this word? - C'red t'ou keeayllaghey lesh yn ockle shoh? DF idiom

issue1 behrt; cur magh, roie magh; ingan; mess; sheel; sheeltaght; sliught; toar; cooish: This is the main issue - Ta shoh yn chooish hoshee. DF idiom

I will advertise soilshee-ym: I will advertise thee what this people shall do to thy people in the latter days - soilshee-ym dhyt, cre neen pobble shoh rish y pobble ayds, ayns ny earishyn ta ry-heet Bible

I will requite goym cooilleeney er: I will requite thee in this plat - goym cooilleeney ort ayns y vagher shoh Bible

Jew (n.) Ew: This merchant is a Jew - She Ew yn marchan shoh. JJK idiom

Jordan (n.) (Y) Jordaan; Jordan: I passed over this Jordan - hie mee harrish yn Jordan shoh Bible

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

listeners (npl.) clashtynee: Good evening listeners, this is Manx radio - Fastyr mie, chlashtynee, er hoh Radio Vannin. DF idiom

live baghey: I live in this house - Ta mee baghey 'sy thie shoh. JJK idiom; beaghey; bio; cummal; jiarg; ve bio; chummal

lustre (n.) gillid; skell; soilsheanys; sollyssid: This thing has lost all its lustre - Ta'n red shoh er choayl ooilley e hollysid. JJK idiom

may I oddym, oddym's: What may I offer you? - C'red oddym arral erriu? JJK idiom; noddym: May I open this door? - Noddym fosley yn dorrys shoh? DF idiom

meat pie (n.) pye foalley; pye-feill: Now, I'm going to offer you a piece of this meat pie - Nish, nee'm arral erriu meer jeh'n phye-feill shoh. JJK idiom

medicine (n.) jough lheihys, saase lheeys, stoo lheeys; chesh; medshin: How bitter this medicine is! - Nagh sharroo yn vedshin shoh! JJK idiom

mess broagey; brock: This is a deuce of a mess - Ta shoh brock agglagh. DF idiom; brockey; commeeys; jannoo brock; roagh; sallaghey

monument (n.) clagh cooinaghtyn, cowrey cooinaghtyn, leac cooinaghtyn, lhiaght cooinaghtyn; lhiaght: This monument was erected one thousand and twenty-five years ago - Va'n lhiaght shoh er ny hroggal thousane blein queig as feed er dy henney. JJK idiom

of trouble (dy) heaghyn: This day is a day of trouble - Tan laa shoh laa dy heaghyn Bible

of wheat (gen.) curnee: There is a good yield of wheat this year - Ta baar mie curnee ayn mleeaney. DF idiom

of you jeed; jiu, j'iu: Which of you did this? - Quoi jiu ren eh shoh? JJK idiom; (emph.) jeuish, jiuish, j'iuish

on account of ass-lieh; er coontey; er son; kindagh rish: This man is detested on account of his perfidy - Ta feoh currit da'n dooinney shoh kyndagh rish e oalsaght. JJK idiom

outside1 cheumooie: This church isn't very striking outside - Cha nel y cheeill shoh feer yindyssagh cheumooie. JJK idiom

path (n.) cassan: Let us follow this path - Lhig dooin eiyrt er y chassan shoh. JJK idiom

perfume (v.) cooraghey; (n.) coorane, perfume; soar-millish: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom

pernicious (adj.) jeeyllagh; pyshoonagh; scryssoil; traartagh; nieunagh: This example is pernicious - Ta'n sampleyr shoh nieunagh. JJK idiom

perpetually (adv.) sheer-: I am perpetually hearing this - Ta mee sheer chlashtyn shoh. DF idiom; dy kinjagh: mine eyes and mine heart shall be there perpetually - as bee my hooillyn as my chree ayn dy kinjagh Bible

phone (n.) chellvane: I was on to him on the 'phone this morning - Va mee loayrt rish er y chellvane moghrey jiu. DF idiom; (v.) chellvaney

pie (n.) pye: Now, I'm going to offer you a piece of this meat pie - Nish, nee'm arral erriu meer jeh'n phye-feill shoh. JJK idiom

pleasant (adj.) ennoil, eunyssagh; pleasal; taitnyssagh: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom; s'taitnyssagh

pronounced focklit: This is how the word is pronounced - Myr shoh ta'n fockle focklit. DF idiom; focklit magh; lajer: Pronounced accent - Blass lajer. DF idiom

published currit magh: This book ought never to have been published - Cha lhisagh yn lioar shoh rieau er ve currit magh. JJK idiom; er ny chur magh; soilshit

radio (v.) cur er y radio; (n.) radio: Good evening listeners, this is Manx radio - Fastyr mie, chlashtynee, er hoh Radio Vannin. DF idiom

reign (n.) lhing: This castle was built in the reign of George the Third - Va'n cashtal shoh troggit ayns lhing yn Trass George. JJK idiom; reill: To reign after him - Dy reill ny lurg. DF idiom; reilley

reveal (v.) ashlaghey; giall; soilshaghey: God shall reveal even this unto you. - nee Jee shoh myrgeddin y hoilshaghey diu bible; soilshaghey magh; taishbyney

root up (v.) astyrt ass: he shall root up Israel out of this good land - as nee eh Israel y astyrt ass y cheer vie shoh Bible; reurey

rot loauaghey, loaughey: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; loauid; loauys; molkey; ommidys; ommidjys; trouise

seize (v.) glackey, goaill shellooderys jeh, tayrtyn; greimmey: Let us seize this man - Lhig dooin greimmey yn dooinney shoh. JJK idiom

sentence abbyrt, briwnys; raa: In this sentence there isn't a word too much - Ayns y raa shoh cha nel fockle rouyr. JJK idiom

settlement (n.) reaghey, balley beg, glenney, kiartagh, rick; reaghys: This opens the door to a settlement - Ta shoh fosley yn raad gys reaghys. DF idiom; ynnyd–vaghee

seven shiaght: There are in this village one thousand seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom

shall pay eeckee: You shall pay for this - Eeckee oo son shoh. DF idiom

shall read lhaihys: Whosoever shall read this writing - Quoi-erbee lhaihys yn screeu shoh Bible

shall write screeuys: I shall write them this news - Screeuym huc y naight shoh. JJK idiom

situated soit; shassoo: The river on the banks of which this town is situated - Yn awin er ny brooinyn ecksh ta'n balley shoh shassoo. JJK idiom; (ny) hoie: Situated right before them - Ny hoie kiart nyn meealloo. DF idiom

smaller (adj.) (ny) sloo: This book is small, that is smaller, and that is the smallest of all - Ta'n lioar shoh beg, t'ee shen ny sloo, as t'ee shen y nane sloo jeh ooilley. JJK idiom

smell soar: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom; soaraghey; soaral; soarey

snowball (n.) bluckan sniaghtee; (v.) ceau bluckan sniaghtee; gaase dy tappee: This thing will snowball - Nee'n red shoh gaase dy tappee. DF idiom

splendid (adj.) aalin: We've had a splendid autumn this year - Ta fouyr feer aalin er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom; ard-yindyssagh; braew; soilsheanagh

split (v.) gaaigey, skeiltey; scoltit, skeilt; scolt; scoltey: Why have you split this piece of wood? - Cre'n oyr dy vel shiu er scoltey yn veer dy fuygh shoh? JJK idiom

spread cur mygeayrt, skeayl, skeayll; lheaney; lheead; scarrey; sheeyney; skeaylley; slaa; skeaylit; skeayley: Who has spread this false report? - Quoi t'er skeayley yn fou foalsey shoh? JJK idiom

starting clistey; moostey; toshiaghey; lheim; goaill toshiaght: The practices are starting this week - Ta ny roortyssyn goaill toshiaght yn chiaghtin shoh. DF idiom

straw (n.) coonlagh: We are out of straw this year - Ta shin rooisht coonlagh mleeaney. DF idiom; straue

street (n.) straid: This street is twice as long as the other - Ta'n straid shoh daa cheayrt cha liauyr as yn straid elley. JJK idiom; straaid

stubbornness (n.) condaigys, sturneish; roonid: look not unto the stubbornness of this people - ny jeeagh er roonid y pobble shoh Bible

stumblingblocks (npl.) kiapyn snapperal: I will lay stumblingblocks before this people - neems kiapyn snapperal y hoiaghey ayns raad y phobble shoh Bible

style aght: He has a free style - Ta aght rey echey. DF idiom; birran, snaid; enmys; jannoo; mod: This author's style is difficult - Ta mod yn ughtar shoh doillee JJK idiom

sustain (v.) cummal seose; ymmyrkey: I cannot sustain this any longer - Cha noddym gymmyrkey shoh ny s'odjey. DF idiom

tame2 (adj.) (not wild) meein, meen: This bird is tame, isn't it? - Ta'n ushag shoh meen, nagh vel? JJK idiom

taste blass: This beer has an unpleasant taste - Ta blass olk er y lhune shoh. JJK idiom; blasstyn, blastyn, blashtyn; blayst; blayster; blaystyn; blasht; rah

tenth (n., adj.) jeihoo: This makes the tenth time - Shoh yn jeihoo keayrt. DF idiom; jeigoo

terrible (adj.) agglagh: We are in terrible difficulties with this job - Ta shin ayns hobbyl agglagh lesh y staartey shoh. DF idiom; atchimagh: Terrible will that day be - S'atchimagh vees yn laa shen. DF idiom; dewiley, dewilley

too artificial ro vooadit: This explanation appears to me too artificial - Strooys dy vel y soilsheydys shoh ro vooadit. JJK idiom

tower1 (n.) peeley; toor: This tower is two hundred feet high - Ta'n toor shoh daa cheead hrie er yrjid. JJK idiom

truly (adv.) dy feer, jeer; dy firrinagh focklagh; dy firrinagh: Truly this was the Son of God - Dy firrinagh shoh va Mac Yee Bible

twice (adv.) daa cheayrt: This street is twice as long as the other - Ta'n straid shoh daa cheayrt cha liauyr as yn straid elley. JJK idiom

unpleasant (adj.) neuhaitnysagh: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom

untoward (adj.) meechooie, meehraaoil, meereiragh; roonagh: Save yourselves from this untoward generation - Saue-jee shiu hene veihn cheeloghe roonagh shoh Bible

village (n.) balley beg: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; balley beg cheerey

walnut tree (n.) billey galchro: Yesterday evening this large walnut tree fell down - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. JJK idiom

watchers (npl.) arreyderyn: This matter is by the decree of the watchers - Tan chooish shoh liorish oardaghey ny arreyderyn Bible; lught fakin; scrialtee: that watchers come from a far country - dy vel scrialtee cheet veih cheer foddey Bible

watercourse (n.) arey, clash ushtey, gill, stroo; coorse ushtey: This same Hezekiah also stopped the upper watercourse of Gihon - Shohn Hezekiah cheddin yeigh seose coorse-ushtey Ghihon heose Bible

weigh (v.) meihaghey: How much does this weigh? - Quoid ta shoh meihaghey? DF idiom; towse; towsh

we shall not find cha vow mayd: We shall not find any occasion against this Daniel - cha vow mayd oyr erbee noi yn Daniel shoh Bible

wide er lheead: This linen is one yard wide - Ta'n aanrit shoh un stundayrt er lheead. JJK idiom; feayn; lhean: Are you wide awake? - Vel shiu lhean dooisht? JJK idiom

works2 (npl.) (of clock etc) obbraghyn: This was not the least of his works - Cha by loo shoh yn chooid jeh e obbraghyn. DF idiom

agh son shoh as ooilley notwithstanding, nevertheless, but for all this: Agh son shoh as ooilley, ghow goan y ree raad noi Joab, as noi captanyn y cheshaght-chaggee Bible

choud's shoh still, this far: Agh cre'n boayl? Cha nel fys ec peiagh erbee choud's shoh. Carn

derrey raad nyn raad elley (yn) this way or that way: hie jaagh yn ard-valley seosesyn aer, as hie nyn dappee voue dy chosney roue, yn derrey raad nyn raad elley Bible

er y cheu shoh on this side: er-yn-oyr dy vel yn eiraght ain er duittym hooin er y cheu shoh dy Yordan, lesh y niar. Bible

er y hon shen hene for this very reason: Er y hon shen hene shegin daue cosney argid. Dhoor

fer shoh (yn) this one: Cur-jee yn fer shoh ayns pryssoon, as jean-jee eh y veaghey lesh arran dy heaghyn, as lesh ushtey dy heaghyn, derrey hig-yms reesht ayns shee. Bible

giall shoh grant this: Giall shoh, O Ayr, son graih dty vac deyr, Yeesey Creest nyn Jiarn. CS

gys y laa jiu unto this day: As hrog ad harrish cayrn mooar cloaie gys y laa jiu Bible

hug shoh so far; this put: As hug shoh jymmoose er y Chiarn; shen-y-fa hug eh eshyn dy-baase myrgeddin. Bible

jiu (=Ir. inniu) 1 nowadays, today, this day a: Jiu ny mairagh hem mayd gys lheid yn ard-valley Bible; 2 of you: ghow mee daa ghooinney jeig jiu, fer ass tribe. Bible

jiu hene 1 even today, this very day a: Eer jiu hene ta my accan sharroo Bible; 2 of yourselves a: chamoo nee shiu neu-ghlen jiu hene lesh keint erbee dy red snauee ter yn ooir. Bible

kiarailyn y vea shoh cares of this life: As cur-jee twoaie diu hene, er-aggle ec traa erbee dy bee ny creeaghyn eu rouyr laadit lesh jooid as meshtyrys, as kiarailyn y vea shoh Bible

lurg shoh hereafter: Tammylt lurg shoh, hooar mish magh dy re boghtynid y skeeal mysh Conradh na Gaeilge. Carn; after this

moghrey jiu this morning: V'ad kiarail dooney ny raaidyn ec jeih er y chlag moghrey jiu as fosley ad ec queig er y chlag, my va gagh red goll dy mie. BS

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