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train1 aarlaghey: Train a man for the navy - Dooinney y aarlaghey da'n lhuingys chaggee. DF idiom; (v.) cliaghtey, traenal, ynsaghey; (n.) traen: He travels by train - T'eh troailt er traen. DF idiom

train2 (v.) (as child) troggal

train3 (v.) (as gun) jeeraghey

train4 (n.) (of dress) arbyl, farbyl

train5 (n.) (of nets) ingagh

train6 (n.) (of personage) lught

Inexact matches:

boat train (n.) traen baatey

bridge train (n.) traen droghad

cattle train (n.) traen ollee

fish train (n.) traen eeast

ghost train (n.) traen ny scaanyn

goods train (n.) traen cooid

High Train (n.) Train Ard

lead-out train (n.) strane-leeideilys

mail train (n.) post traen

railway train (n.) traen

toy train (n.) traen beg

train conductor (n.) guilley tiggad

train oil (n.) ooil vuc varrey

troop train (n.) traen sidooragh

wagon train (n.) famman carryn laadee

Train Ard High Train

Rough Ground Train (n.) Train ny Garroo

train of thought (n.) snaie smooinaght

wreck as train (v.) cur jeh ny raillaghyn

Train ny Garroo Rough Ground Train

post traen mail train

strane-leeideilys lead-out train

traen baatey boat train

traen beg toy train

traen cooid goods train

traen droghad bridge train

traen eeast fish train

traen ollee cattle train

traen sidooragh troop train

train-bearer paitchey farbil

famman carryn laadee wagon train

ooil vuc varrey (f.) train oil

paitchey farbil train-bearer

snaie smooinaght train of thought

traen ny scaanyn ghost train

cur jeh ny raillaghyn wreck as train

guilley tiggad bus conductor, train conductor

navy (n.) lhuingys chaggee: Train a man for the navy - Dooinney y aarlaghey da'n lhuingys chaggee. DF idiom

packed jingit: Packed like herrings in a barrel - Cha jingit as skeddan ayns stoandey. DF idiom; lome lane: The train was packed - Va'n traen lome lane. DF idiom

special ard-ghooghyssagh; er lheh: They put a special train on - Roie ad traen er lheh. DF idiom

aarlaghey (=Ir. ullmhú) dressing, get out, groom, prepare, provision, qualify, train: ren eh siyr dy aarlaghey eh Bible; cook

arbyl (book) appendix; end, queue, slick, stern, tail: eshyn vees y chione, as uss yn arbyl Bible; (of whale) fluke; (of note) stem; (of dress) train [O.Ir. erball]

cliaghtey (=Ir. cleachdadh, cleachd, Sc. cleachd) 1 pl. cliaghtaghyn acclimatization, acclimatize, custom, exercise, familiarization, fashion, formality, habit, institution, practise, profess, prosecute, prosecution, rehearsal, rehearse, seasoning, train, usage, use a: Cha nee cliaghtey ny cheerey eh. Bible; 2 (as trade) follow; 3 practice

farbyl (of dress) train; tail, trail: Chamoo vees obbyr erbee ayns Egypt dy yannoo, son kione ny farbyl, banglane ny shuin Bible

ingagh (f.) criss-cross, grid on map, network, tracery; net: Cuirr ingagh 'syn awin. DF; (of nets) train

lught (=Ir. lucht) pl. lughtyn (of numbers) batch, cast, complement, content: slane lught e phobble Bible; bulk, burden, cargo, freight, load; (of personage) train

traen (=Ir. traein) locomotive, railway train: Dettyl mee er etlan Skianyn Vannin dys Lerphoyll, as hie mee er yn traen dys Leeds. Dhoor

traenal (=Ir. traenáil) train: Ta bunnys nane as jees jeh ny ynseyderyn ayns feme jeh traenal. Carn; training

ynsaghey (=Ir. ionsaí) educate, instruct, learn, master, pedagogy, teach, train, training, tutor: t'eh er choyrt da creenaght dy ynsaghey feallagh elley Bible

jeeraghey direct, erect, level, point, rectification, rectifier, straighten, straightening, unbend; (as gun) aim, focus, train: Treealtys, va currit roish ec John Houghton, oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Doolish Twoaie, myr cooish jeh scansh theayagh, ren eh jeeraghey er daa red. BS; straightens

troggal (=Ir. tógáil) arise, boost, building, elaborate, exalt, gather up, getting up, harvest, hoist, input, invoke, lift, lifting, pick off, pick up, pull in, raise, raise up, rally, rig up, set in rows, sing up, take, winch, wind; (f.) upbringing, uplift; (tax) charging; (as disease) contract; (of wind) freshen; (as shoulders) heave; (as child) bringing up, nurture, rear, train: Shegin da ve feer chronnal nish nagh vodmayd goaill yn nah chesmad er ash (troggal sheeloghe noa voish y chlean) ayns Mannin derrey ta mysh lieh-cheead dy leih ayn mysh yn eash hoght bleeaney jeig as Gaelg flaaoil oc. Carn; development, edifice, structure: cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil fir-ynsee noa. Carn; breed, breeding, rearing: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh. Bible; build, construct, elevate, put up: scuirr ad veih troggal yn ard-valley Bible; absorption, elaboration; hoist up


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