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
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
abyl (=Ir. ábalta) able: cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie Bible; able-bodied, adroit, businesslike, capable, powerful, slick, smart: mysh shey cheead thousane coshee va deiney abyl, cheu-mooie jeh cloan. Bible
carmeish (f.) awning, canvas, dodger, tarpaulin: va tree thousane dy gheiney gobbraghey ayns shen- shiolteyryn, eeasteyryn as ymmodee fir elley troggal baatyn, jannoo jeebin, shiaullyn as carmeish, as eer jannoo teidyn er y cheay Coraa
freggyrt (=Ir. freagairt) acknowledgement, answer, comeback, correspond, react, reaction, rejoin, rejoinder, reply, respond, response, retort, solution: cha vod eh freggyrt son peccah ayns thousane. Bible; outcrop
gimman (=Ir. iomáin) (v.) 1 drive a: Nagh jinnagh eisht un dooinney gimman ersooyl thousane Bible; 2 (n.) debauchee, lecher, sensualist; 3 (pl -yn) admirer, lover, suitor: hie ee geiyrt er e gimmanyn Bible
Castle Rushen (n.) Cashtal Rushen: It is said that Castle Rushen and Peel Castle were built more than a thousand years ago - Ta feallagh gra dy row Cashtal Rushen as Peeley ny hInshey er nyn droggal ny smoo na thousane blein er dy henney. JJK idiom; Cashtal Rushyn
Peel Castle (n.) Peeley ny hInshey: It is said that Castle Rushen and Peel Castle were built more than a thousand years ago - Ta feallagh gra dy row Cashtal Rushen as Peeley ny hInshey er nyn droggal ny smoo na thousane blein er dy henney JJK idiom
Rushen (n.) Skeerey Rosien: Parish of Rushen - Skylley Chreest Rosien. DF idiom; Skylley Chreest Rosien; Rosien: One of the three members for Rushen - Fer jeh ny tree olteynyn Sheadin Rosien. DF idiom; Rushen: It is said that Castle Rushen and Peel Castle were built more than a thousand years ago - Ta feallagh gra dy row Cashtal Rushen as Peeley ny hInshey er nyn droggal ny smoo na thousane blein er dy henney. JJK idiom
stall bwaane: and the calves out of the midst of the stall - as ny lheiyee ass ny bwaneyn Bible; manjoor: And Solomon had four thousand stalls for horses - As va ec Solomon kiare thousane manjoor son cabbil Bible; coayl bieauid, cur 'sy stholl, scuirr; stholl; sthollal
claareeyn basins, basons; dishes: ver ad er ny claareeyn, as ny spainyn, as ny mealaghyn, as coodaghyn dy choodaghey lhieu: as bee'n arran kinjagh er. Bible; bowls: Ny-yeih, cha row foast jeant son thie'n Chiarn claareeyn argid, smaleyderyn, basonyn, trumpetyn, siyn airh ny argid Bible; chargers: As shoh'n coontey oc; jeih claareeyn as feed dy airh, thousane claare dy argid, as nuy skynnyn as feed,
milley (=Ir. mile) (v.) See mhilley botch, corrupt, debauch, deflower, despoil, disfigure, impair, mar, marring, mess up, muff, murder, ruin, spoil, spoiling, tarnish, vandalism: T'eh milley yn laa. DF; (as work) blemish; corruption, disfigurement, despoliation, impairment; (as vision) blur; (n.) pl. millaghyn thousand: milley as keead thousane dy gheiney Bible [Lat. mille]
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