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thorn (n.) drine; jialg; jolg: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; skeaigagh; skeaig-ghrine

Inexact matches:

Glastonbury thorn (n.) drine Yoseph

sallow thorn (n.) bogogue varrey

thorn apple (n.) ooyl y Jouyll

Thorn Bank (n.) Broogh ny Drineyn

thorn bush (n.) drine, drine skeag

Thorn Cliff (n.) Eaynin Drine

thorn hedge (n.) paal skeag

Thorn Hill (n.) Cronk Drine

thorn tree (n.) billey skeag, drine

Hill of the Thorn (n.) Cronk y Driney

Hip Thorn Lake Field (n.) Magher Lough Drughaig

Place of Hip Thorn (n.) Drughaig

Sloe Thorn Pool (n.) Poyll ny h'Airney

Thorn Hill Park (n.) Pairk Cronk Drine

thorn in the flesh (n.) birrag sy vio

Thorn Tree Well (n.) Chibbyr Drine

drine (=Ir. draighean, Sc. draighionn) pl. drineyn hawthorn, may, thorn bush, thorn tree, thorns: Ayns ynnyd y drine nee gaase seose yn billey-juys Bible; thorn

billey skeag thorn tree

bogogue varrey (f.) sallow thorn

Cronk Drine Thorn Hill

drine Yoseph Glastonbury thorn

Eaynin Drine Thorn Cliff

paal skeag (f.) thorn hedge

skeaigagh bushy; thorn

Broogh ny Drineyn Thorn Bank

Chibbyr Drine Thorn Tree Well

drine skeag hawthorn, thorn bush

Drughaig Place of Hip Thorn

ooyl y Jouyll (f.) thorn apple

birrag sy vio thorn in the flesh

Cronk y Driney Hill of the Thorn

Magher Lough Drughaig Hip Thorn Lake Field

Pairk Cronk Drine Thorn Hill Park

Poyll ny h'Airney Sloe Thorn Pool

jolg thorn: Myr ta jolg roie ayns laue yn veshtyllagh Bible

skeaig-ghrine thorn: as er dy chooilley skeaig-ghrine, as er dy chooilley hammag Bible

rose rosag; rose: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; rose-uinnag; ruissag; sock; (v.) dirree: He rose from the dead - Dirree eh veih ny merriu. DF idiom

pott pl. puit pot: Aghterbee, hie kuse dy gheiney aegey un oie lesh shilley er Thorn as va pott vooar ny soie er yn aile as bree aynjee. JyC

jialg (f.) pl. jilg See jolg acanthus; broochpin, needle, prick, prickle, quill, spine, thorn: as duyrt y chiarn, ta mish Iesy ta us er jeanu drogh eiyrts: te kryei uitch dy hoyrt brabb nyoi jalg (na) dy strif nyoi yn troo. PB1610; (of pulley) pin [O.Ir. delg]


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