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too (adv.) foast, myrgeddin, ro; (pref.) ro-; neesht: Please cut my hair, too - Giar m'olt neesht, my sailliu. JJK idiom; chammah: My friend is yours too - Ta'n carrey ayms chammah euish. JJK idiom


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

too big ro vooar

too bold ro ghaaney: It is good to be bold, but evil to be too bold - S'mie ve daaney agh s'olk ve ro ghaaney. JJK idiom

too close ro hionn: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

too completely ro vollagh

too dear ro gheyr: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom

too deep sayntagh

too difficult ro-ghoillee: It's too difficult - T'eh ro ghoillee. JJK idiom

too early ro voghey: Will that be too early for you? - Bee shen ro voghey diu? JJK idiom

too good ro vie

too hasty ro-hiyragh

too heavy ro-hrome

too hot ro-heh

too inquisitive ro pheeikearagh: It is not good to be too inquisitive - Cha nee mie ve ro pheeikearagh. JJK idiom

too large ro vooar: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

too little cooid veggan; ro veg; beggan: It's better to have too much than too little - Share rouyr na beggan ve ec fer. JJK idiom

too long ro 'oddey; roud

too many rour

too much roud; rour; rouyr: Don't put too much on at a time - Ny cur rouyr er ec keayrt. JJK idiom

too near ro aggys

too old ro henn: Your father is too old for so great an undertaking - Ta'n ayr eu ro henn dy ghoaill er lheid y ventyr mooar. JJK idiom

too salt ro hailjey

too short ro ghiare: Will the time have been too short? - Bee yn traa er ve ro ghiare? JJK idiom

too small (adj.) ro veg: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

too thick ro hiu: The ink is too thick - Ta'n doo ro hiu. JJK idiom

too tight (adj.) ro hionn

Tis too much (intj) Reajagh shen

too much money rour argid: Don't borrow too much money - Ny gow rouyr argid er eeasaght. JJK idiom

roud exorbitant, late, too long, too much: ny gow-jee roud voish yn ard-valley Bible

rour 1 too many, too much a: te rour dhyt's dty lomarcan dy ymmyrkey Bible; 2 overdo, overdone; 3 (as optimism) undue; 4 excess

ro veg too little, too small: Va Mannin ro veg son fo-ghlaraghyn kiart dy heet rish. Carn

cooid veggan too little

ro ghaaney too bold

ro hailjey too salt

ro-heh overheated, too hot

ro pheeikearagh too inquisitive

ro vollagh too completely

ro vooadit too artificial

Reajagh shen (intj) Tis too much

ro 'oddey overlong, too long

ro vooar too big: Er y fa dy vel Mooinjer Veggey er n'aase ro vooar dooin ta gobbragh nastee da dy reayll rick er ta shalee noa ec y ving dy chur er bun startey slane-traa son oaseir vees cur cooney as ynsaghey Dhoor; too large

ro ghiare too short: Bee yn traa er ve ro ghiare? JJK

ro-ghoillee impracticable, too difficult: Vel nhee erbee ro-ghoillee da'n Chiarn ? Bible

ro hiu too thick: Ta'n doo ro hiu. JJK

ro-hiyragh too hasty: eshyn ta ro hiyragh, nee eh tuittym ayns peccah. Bible

rouyr (=Ir. ro mhór) over much, too much: Ny cur rouyr raad gys mee-chraueeaght Bible

ro voghey too early: Bee shen ro voghey diu? JJK

bold1 (adj.) geyre, mooar; daanyssagh; doo; meenearagh; trome; daaney: It is good to be bold, but evil to be too bold - S'mie ve daaney agh s'olk ve ro ghaaney. JJK idiom; creeoil; dunnal

coal (n.) clagh gheayil, peesh gheayil; geayl: If you put too much coal on, you'll put the fire out - My verrys shiu rouyr geayl er, mooghee shiu yn aile. JJK idiom

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

fast1 chionn, shickyr; dain; er hoshiagh, tappee; (v.) trosht, trostey; (adv.) (dy) tappee: I think so, too, the glass is going down fast - Ta mish credjal myrgeddin, ta'n gless tuittym dy-tappee. JJK idiom

forward1 lheah, mogh-appee, shenn-chreeney; er toshiaght: The seat is too far forward - Ta'n soieag rour er toshiaght. DF idiom; ry-heet; toshee; er oaie: Carry it forward - Cur er oaie eh. DF idiom

friendly (adj.) caarjysagh, mooinjeroil; caarjoil: Friendly understanding - Reaghys caarjoil. DF idiom; curtheet: Him and her have been too friendly - T'eshyn as ish er ve ro churtheet. DF idiom

ink (v.) cur doo er, dooaghey, dooghey; (n.) daah screeuee; ink; doo: The ink is too thick - Ta'n doo ro hiu. JJK idiom

once (adj.) keayrt: The pitcher goes once too often to the well - Ta'n cruishtin goll keayrt ro vennick dys y chibbyr. JJK idiom

secure dooney; glassey; jannoo shickyr; kiangley; sauchey; shickyr: His position is none too secure - Cha nel eh soit ro hickyr er chor erbee. DF idiom; shickyraghey; urrysagh

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

seriously (adv.) ry yeru; dy trome: On the contrary, she spoke quite (seriously / in all seriousness) - Er y cheu elley, loayr ee dy-trome. JJK idiom; ro hrome: He takes it too seriously - T'eh goaill eh ersyn hene ro hrome. DF idiom

thick1 chiu, choo: The ink is too thick - Ta'n doo ro hiu. JJK idiom; er cheeid, mea, neuhoiggaltagh, vooar rish y cheilley; roauyr: The snow fell thick - Huitt y sniaghtey roauyr. DF idiom

undertaking1 (n.) ventyr: Your father is too old for so great an undertaking - Ta'n ayr eu ro henn dy ghoaill er lheid y ventyr mooar. JJK idiom

yours ayds; lhiats, lhiat's: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; lhieuish; euish: My friend is yours too - Ta'n carrey ayms chammah euish. JJK idiom

beggan (=Ir. beagán) few, little: bee shiu faagit beggan ayns earroo Bible; faintly, partly, slightly, somewhat; small piece; too little; meagre [O.Ir. bec]

chammah as well: Yn un leigh vees eu, chammah son y joarree Bible; too; both

foast (=Ir. fós) besides, even, furthermore, hereafter, moreover, notwithstanding, still, thus far, too, yet: As duirree eh foast shiaght laa elley Bible

myrgeddin See myrgeddyn accordingly, also, likewise, to boot, too: Er yn laa shen myrgeddin heb ad ymmodee ourallyn mooarey Bible

neesht1 also, besides, likewise, too, both: Ta mish my adeyr neesht myr t'ou uss Bible

ro (=Ir. ) before, too, unduly: te ro yindyssagh as ro ard er my hon Bible

ro- (pref.) over-, pre-; too: honnick Micah dy row ad ro-lajer er e hon Bible

ro aggys too near: Chea veih peccah, myr veih eddin yn ard-nieu: son my hig oo ro aggys da, lhottee eh oo Apoc

ro gheyr too dear: Oh'n coonrey ta ro gheyr dy v'er ny hurranse liorish aigney seyr PC; exorbitant

ro henn too old: Ta'n ayr eu ro henn dy ghoaill er lheid y ventyr mooar. JJK

ro hionn overtight, too tight: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er, chamoo hroggys oo thack jeh. Bible

ro-hrome overweight; too heavy: Cha vod-yms gymmyrkey errey ooilley'n pobble shoh my-lomarcan, son dy vel eh ro-hrome er my hon. Bible

rour argid too much money: Dooyrt Larry Dillon dy vel ommidanyn ayns Doolish goaill rour argid ass ny turrysee. Carn

ro vie too good: T 'ad miolagh sleih dy yarrood Jee, dy smooinaght ro vie jeu hene, as dy hreishteil ayndoo hene CS

sayntagh acquisitive, avaricious, covetous, grasping, lustful, mercantile, mercenary, too deep: Sayntagh lurg berchys. DF; (as eye) hungry

bit red beg: I am a bit tired - Ta mee red beg skee. DF idiom; beealagh; beealragh, beealraghyn: Champing the bit - Crimmey ny beealraghyn streeaney. DF idiom; greim; greme; meer; peesh; sparrag; thiolleyder; beeal-veer; beggan: You are a bit too previous - T'ou beggan roish y traa. DF idiom

bought (v.) chionnee: I bought mine very cheap - Chionnee mee yn fer aym feer neugheyr. JJK idiom; kionnit: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom

cut baarey; beam; beamey; buinn; collag; giarreen; giarey, giarrey; grainney; injillaghey; jeeig; oght; slish-woalley; slissey; giareit; vuinn; (to); (dy) ghiarrey; giarit: I must get my hair cut - Shegin dou geddyn m'olt giarit. JJK idiom; giar: Please cut my hair, too - Giar m'olt neesht, my sailliu. JJK idiom

for you er-dty-hon, er-nyn-son; lhieuish; nyn gour; diu: Will that be too early for you? - Bee shen ro voghey diu? JJK idiom; riu: Make haste, for he won't wait for you - Jean (shiu) siyr, er-nonney cha dann eh riu. JJK idiom

help cooinee; cooney lesh: He is only too glad to help you - Cha nel eh laccal ny smoo na dy chooney lhiat. DF idiom; couyr: He came to my help - Haink eh dy my chouyr. DF idiom; cooin: Help yourself - Cooin lhiat hene. DF idiom; (n.) cooney: He bawled for help - Dyllee eh son cooney. DF idiom; (n.) cooneyder

it (pron) eh: It's the most pleasant of all the seasons - T'eh yn fer s'taitnysee jeh ooilley ny imbaghyn. JJK idiom; (f.) ee: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom

wit1 keeayl; ta shen dy ghra; tappey; keeal: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom; keeall: Wit is folly unless a wise man has it to keep - Ta keeall ommijys ny slooid ny t'ee ec dooinney creeney dy reayll. JJK idiom

word (n.) fockle: In this sentence there isn't a word too much - Ayns y raa shoh cha nel fockle rouyr. JJK idiom; goo: the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word. - huitt y Spyrryd Noo orroosyn ooilley va clashtyn y goo. Bible

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