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tree billagh; billey: The car crashed into a tree - Ren y gleashtan smoashal noi billey. DF idiom; saayl

tree (=O.Ir. trí) three, trey: Tree cassyn Ellan Vannin. DF [L. tres]


Inexact matches:

almond tree (n.) billey almon

almug tree (n.) billey almug

apple tree (n.) billey ooyl

apricot tree (n.) billey apricoc

ash tree (n.) billey unjin; unjin

axle tree (n.) rollian

bad tree drogh villey

banana tree (n.) billey bananey

bay tree (n.) billey buigh; billey millish; laurys; beith

beech tree (n.) billey faih

Big Tree (n.) Billey Mooar

birch tree (n.) beih argid, billey beih

boot tree (n.) croan braag

cacao tree (n.) billey coco

carob tree (n.) billey locust

cherry tree (n.) billey shillish

chestnut tree (n.) billey castan

Christmas tree (n.) billey Nollick, juys Nollick

corrupt tree (n.) drogh villey

cotton tree (n.) billey keanagh

damson tree (gen.) billey airnag

dwarf tree (n.) crouw, myn-villey

Elder Tree (n.) Billey Hramman

family tree (n.) cummey shennayraght

fig tree (n.) billey figgagh

forest tree (n.) billey keylley

fruit tree (n.) billey mess

gum tree (n.) billey gum

Hazel Tree (n.) (Yn) Coull

holly tree (n.) billey cullyn, billey hollin

lemon tree (n.) billey limon

lime tree (n.) billey theiley

linden tree (n.) billey theiley

locust tree (n.) billey locust

mangrove tree (n.) billey mangrove

maple tree (n.) billey malpys

mastic tree (n.) billey masthag

myrtle tree (n.) billey-myrtle

naked tree (n.) billey lhome

nectarine tree (n.) billey naghtyreen

nettle tree (n.) lhiouan frangagh

nut tree (n.) billey cro

oak tree (n.) billey darragh

orange tree (n.) billey oranje

palm tree (n.) billey palm: And she dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah - As vee cummal fo billeypalm Bible

peach tree (n.) billey peitshag

pear tree (n.) billey peear

pine tree (n.) juys

plum tree (n.) billey plumbis

pomegranate tree (n.) billey granooyl

quince tree (n.) billey cuinnsey

rose tree (n.) crouw rose

rubber tree (n.) billey rubbyr

saddle tree (n.) croan jeeltagh

service tree (n.) sorb

sloe tree (n.) drine airn; drine doo

spindle tree (n.) oir

strawberry tree (n.) freoagh ny sooghyn

swingle tree (n.) breadagh

thorn tree (n.) billey skeag, drine

timber tree (n.) billey keylley

Tithe Tree (n.) Billey Jeig

tree creeper (n.) snaueyder billagh

Tree Croft (n.) Croit y Villey

tree doctor (n.) billeyder

tree dwelling (n.) cummal billagh

Tree Farm (n.) Balley Villey

tree fern (n.) renniagh chrouwagh

Tree Ground (n.) Grunt y Villey

Tree Hollow (n.) Lag ny Villey, Coan y Villey

tree house (n.) thie billagh

tree mallow (n.) lus vooar ny moyl mooarey

tree pipit (n.) tweet ny miljyn; tweet keylley

tree sparrow (n.) jallyn ny miljyn, sperriu ny miljyn

tree stump (n.) kiap

tree surgery (n.) lheeys billagh

tree trunk (n.) bun billagh, bun billey; corp-billey

umbrella tree (n.) magnolia scaagh

walnut tree (n.) billey galchro: Yesterday evening this large walnut tree fell down - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. JJK idiom

wax tree (n.) billey kereagh

withered tree (n.) billey creen

yew tree (n.) billey euar

as tree and thirdly, thirdly; and three: Marge Joughin, ben Vanninagh ennoil, t'ee er ngeddyn baase as ish kiare feed blein as tree dy eash. BS

Coar tree-ghaagh (f.) Tricolored Heron

etlan tree-skianagh triplane

Snoggeyder tree-vairagh Three-toed Woodpecker

tree bieauidyn three-speed

tree bleeanagh triennial

tree bunoyryn three R's

tree bun-ynsaghyn three R's

tree cassagh three-footed, three-legged

tree cassyn triskele: Tra chossyn yn lught Stanley Reiltys Vannin, ren ad goaill rish ny tree cassyn son y chowrey dauesyn hene. Dhoor

tree corneilagh three-cornered

tree cruin three-masted, three-master

tree feed sixty, threescore: Ec kione yn imbagh souree va ny smoo na tree feed paitchyn cheet gys Mooinjer Veggey, as kiare possanyn ain ayns Braddan, Balley Sallagh, Jorby as Purt Chiarn. Dhoor

tree feedoo sixtieth: She yn laa jiu yn tree feedoo laa-bleeaney as queig-jeig jeh'n laa tra hoie thousaneyn dy hidooryn cochaarjagh er y clyst-marrey twoaie jeh'n Rank. BS

tree filley threefold, triple, triplicate: yiow uss dty chooid; yiow uss stiagh dty chooid tree filley na ver oo daue. GB; (of wool) three-ply

tree fillit trebly

tree goullanagh three-pronged

tree illit (of wool) three-ply; treble

tree jeshaghtagh three-engined

tree keayrtyn thrice: T'eh cosney tree keayrtyn yn faill aym. DF; trebly

tree kerroo three-quarter: Beeym ersooyl tree kerroo oor. DF

tree kerroonagh three-quarter back

tree laare triple-decker

tree laghyn three days: Shegin dooin cummal ee ghaa ny tree laghyn ny sodjey ayns y taailley. JJK; triduum

tree mraane three women

tree pingyn (f.) threepence, threepenny

tree-queeyllagh ymmyrkey carrier tricycle

tree reddyn triplet, triplicate

Tree Reeaghyn (Ny); (The) Three Magi

tree straihagh (of wood) three-ply

tree towshanagh three-dimensional

tree vollagh three-way

Ash Tree Glen (n.) Glion Unjin

Big Tree Trunk Marsh (n.) Curragh Kip Mooar

bird cherry tree (n.) billey shillish figgagh

crab apple tree (n.) billey ooyl feie

decayed bushy tree (n.) crouw chreen

Elder Tree field (n.) Giat Hramman

Elder Tree Glen (n.) Glion Tramman

Elder Tree Nook (n.) Cooil Tramman

Elder Tree Stackyard (n.) Uhllin Hramman

Elm Tree Road (n.) Raad Lhiouan

large-leaved lime tree (n.) theiley duillag vooar

Place of the Tree (n.) Boayl y Croaw

Rowan Tree Field (n.) Magher y Cheirn

Rowan Tree House (n.) Thie Keirn

sugar maple tree (n.) billey y chugyr

Thorn Tree Well (n.) Chibbyr Drine

tree of heaven (n.) billey niau

Tree Stump Ground (n.) Stockaland

two horse swingle tree (n.) breadagh whing

Whites tree frog (n.) rannag villagh White

wide spreading tree (n.) crouw

wild cherry tree (n.) billey shillish feie

wild service tree (n.) billey greimmey

Yew Tree Farm (n.) Balley Euar

Yew Tree Farm Slope (n.) Liargee Vallure, Balley Euar Ughtagh

ayns ny tree feedyn sexagenarian

brattagh ny tree daaghyn (flag) tricolour

cullee tree peesh (f.) three-piece suit

edd tree binn three cornered hat

feailley tree cheead tercentenary

gagh tree shiaghteeyn tri-weekly

graadaghey tree A triple A rating

jannoo tree filley triplicate

jeihoo as tree feed seventieth

lhongey tree coorse three course meal

lhong tree lout (f.) three-decker

lus ny tree duillag (f.) clover

mooadaghey tree filley treble, triple

saagh tree cruin barque

shiaull tree ghib leg of mutton sail

'sy jeih as tree feed septuagenarian

tree feed as jeih seventy: As ta bunnys tree feed as jeih sy cheead gra dy vel y çhirveish mie er bashtal. BS

tree laghyn 'sy chiaghtyn tri-weekly

tree 'sy nane triune

treble mooadaghey tree filley; trebbyl; tree illit: Treble offence - Comys tree illit. DF idiom; tree keayrtyn: He earns treble my salary - T'eh cosney tree keayrtyn yn faill aym. DF idiom

triplicate (v.) jannoo tree filley; (n.) tree filley, tree reddyn, trooragh

three-ply1 (adj.) (of wool) tree filley, tree illit

three R's1 (npl.) tree bun-ynsaghyn; tree bunoyryn

trebly (adv.) tree fillit; tree keayrtyn

triple mooadaghey tree filley; tree filley

billey keylley forest tree, timber tree

billey locust algarroba, carob tree, locust tree

billey theiley lime tree, linden tree

loojey minus: Shey loojey tree shen tree. DF

tri-weekly gagh tree shiaghteeyn; tree laghyn 'sy chiaghtyn; tree-hiaghtinoil

three (n.) three; tree: It's only three o'clock - Cha nel eh agh tree er y chlag. JJK idiom; troor

and thirdly (adv.) as tree

and three as tree

metres (npl.) meteryn: Three metres in depth - Tree meteryn er diunid. DF idiom; metyryn: Three metres by two metres - Tree metyryn er daa vetyr. DF idiom

seventy (n., adj.) shiaghtad; tree feed as jeih: We went round in seventy - Ren shin y cheayrt ayns tree feed as jeih. DF idiom

sixtieth (n., adj.) tree feedoo

tercentenary (n.) feailley tree cheead

thirteen (n., adj.) tree-jeig: I was thirteen last week - Va mee tree-jeig shiaghtin chaie. JJK idiom; treeoo-jeig

three-cornered tree corneilagh; trooraneagh

three-decker (n.) lhong tree lout

three-dimensional (adj.) tree towshanagh; tree-howshanagh

three-engined tree jeshaghtagh

three-footed (adj.) tree cassagh

three-legged (adj.) tree cassagh

Three Magi (npl.) (The); (Ny) Tree Reeaghyn

three-masted (adj.) tree cruin

three-master (n.) tree cruin

threepence (n.) tree pingyn

threepenny (n.) tree pingyn

three-ply2 (adj.) (of wood) tree straihagh

three-pronged (adj.) tree goullanagh

three-quarter tree kerroo

three-quarter back (n.) tree kerroonagh

threescore (n., adj.) tree feed

three-speed tree bieauidyn

three-way (adj.) tree vollagh

trey (n.) tree, troor

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