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throw lhieggey, orraghey, tilgey; ceau: Throw it away - Ceau ersooyl eh. JJK idiom; straih-fout


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throw about (v.) ceau mygeayrt

throw aside (v.) ceau ry lhiattee

throw away (v.) ceau ersooyl; ceau voish

throw back1 (v.) ceau er ash; ceau ergooyl

throw back2 (v.) ceau er ash, ceau ergooyl

throw down (v.) ceau neose; ceau sheese

throw in (v.) ceau stiagh

throw off (v.) ceau jeh

throw out (v.) ceau magh

throw outs (n.) fooillaght

throw over (v.) faagail; treigeil

throw together (v.) ceau ry cheilley

throw up (v.) ceau seose, ceau 'syn aer

throw violently bransal; bransey

Wheresoever you throw it, it will stand See Quocunque Jeceris Stabit Raad erbee cheauys oo eh, hassys eh

ceau ergooyl throw back

straih-fout throw

ceau ry cheilley throw together

ceau ry lhiattee throw aside

bransey dash, dash out, smash; throw violently

ceau mygeayrt chuck about, throw about

ceau neose fling down, throw down; puke

ceau 'syn aer throw up; (as ball) toss

ceau voish fling away, throw away

stones (npl.) claghyn: Don't throw stones - Ny ceau claghyn. JJK idiom; grenns

ceau er ash cast back, fling back, throw back

fooillaght refuse, throw outs: Ta fooillaght neareydagh ny smessey na ee scammyltagh. DF

bone1 (n.) craue: Throw a bone into the mouth of a bad dog - Ceau craue ayns beeal drogh voddey. DF idiom

crumbs (npl.) brooill: Throw the crumbs to the ducks - Ceau yn brooill da ny thunnagyn. DF idiom; brooillagh; kinneigyn

ducks (npl.) thunnagyn: Throw the crumbs to the ducks - Ceau yn brooill da ny thunnagyn. DF idiom; laaghyn

gauntlet (n.) doolane: Throw down the gauntlet - Doolane y chur da. DF idiom; lauean liauyr, lauean yiarn

out of work2 (to be); (dy ve) gyn obbyr; ass nobbyr: Throw out of work - Cur magh ass obbyr. DF idiom

pearls (npl.) pearlyn: To throw pearls before swine - Ceau pearlyn roish mucyn. JJK idiom

peel (v.) roostey, speeiney; speein: Peel those oranges and throw the peel in the fire - Speein ny horanjeyn shen as ceau ny speeineigyn 'syn aile. DF idiom; (n.) crackan, roost, scryss, sleayst uinnee, speeineig

swine (n.) muc; mucyn: To throw pearls before swine - Ceau pearlyn roish mucyn. JJK idiom; muick

bransal dash, dash out, smash; (to) throw violently: Hug paart da'n 'eallagh aeg sthoo da, bransal claghyn as ceabyn moaney er. NNS

ceau ersooyl discard, dispose, throw away: Dy vod prowal nyn gredjue ta foddey s'costal na airh ta ceau ersooyl, ga er ny hrial lesh aile, ve er ny gheddyn gys moylley, as ooashley, as gloyr ec cheet Yeesey Creest: Bible

ceau magh dismiss, eject, evict, jettison, throw out: T'eh ceau magh e rio ayns peeshyn mynney Bible

ceau seose throw up, totalise, totalize, tot up: trog toor noi eck, as ceau seose carnane noi eck Bible

ceau sheese depress, throw down: Gow dty lorg, as ceau sheese eh fenish Pharaoh Bible

ceau stiagh cast in, interject, throw in: Ceau stiagh dty chronney ny mast' ain Bible

faagail (=Ir. fágáil) abandon, depart, descend, disembark, ditch, flitting, forsake, give up, hand down, leave, leaving, maroon, outgoing, quit, quitting, relinquish, retire, season, seasoning, strand, throw over, vacating: Ta dooinney mie faagail eiraght da cloan e chlienney Bible

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

orraghey bolt, charge, round of ammunition, shot; cast, discharge, sling, throw, flight; (at fair) shy; stroke: cur twoaie nagh bee oo goit ersooyl lesh orraghey baaish Bible

Raad erbee cheauys oo eh, hassys eh Quocunque Jeceris Stabit , Wheresoever you throw it, it will stand

treigeil (f.) departure, deviation, evacuation, repudiation; (v.) abandon, betray, defect, desert, evacuate, fall away, forsake, jilt, lay aside, maroon, rat on, repudiate, strand, throw over: cha jean mayd treigeil thie yn Jee ain Bible; forsaketh

ceau (=Ir. caith, caitheamh) carry, consume, dart, fall, hang, last, loose, pass, rake, run out, upbraid, waste; weather, shower, rain; aim, launch, shy, shoot; cast, throw: Dy chooilley lhiannoo-mac hig son y theihll nee shiu ceau 'syn awin Bible; bear, wear: nee Aaron ceau yn breast-plate dy vriwnys erskyn e chree Bible; hurl: Agh my teh tuittym er trooid goanlys, ny ceau red erbee er, liorish lhie cooyl-chlea Bible; yield: Lhig dan thalloo gymmyrkey faiyr, yn losserey ceau rass Bible; lay out, spend, spending; (on road) corner; raining: Agh te dorraghey nish, as te ceau trome foast. Coraa

ceau jeh abdicate, lay aside, leave off, pull off, throw off: Cha vel veg yn aggle ayns graih; agh ta graih firrinagh ceau jeh aggle; son raad ta aggle ta torchagh: eshyn ta fo aggle, cha vel eh firrinagh ayns graih. Bible; cast off

tilgey (=Ir. teilg) 1 cast, cast off, chuck, discharge, disgorge, fling, hurl, launch, pitch, plunge, pot, precipitate, project, shoot, sling, throw, throwing, toss, tossing a: ad shen nee eh tilgey magh, myr clagh ass mean sling Bible; 2 void, vomit: bee tilgey naareydagh er dty ghloyr Bible; 3 (coin) toss up; 4 abort, miscarry; 5 (as metal) found

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