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treih (=Ir. trua) 1 abject, deplorable, feeble, forlorn, fragile, miserable, pathetic, piteous, pitiable, pitiful, regrettable, rueful a: ghow eh chymmey jeh'n stayd treih oc Bible; 2 (of thing) wretched; 3 doughy, drawn, haggard, pale, pale-faced, pallid, pasty, sallow, seedy, sickly, wan


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Ah treih COMPARE Atreih Alas: Ah treih, my vec ; cha nee goo mie erbee eh ta mee clashtyn jiu ; ta shiu cur oyr da'n pobble dy hreigeil shirveish y Chiarn. Bible

dy treih pathetically, pitifully: t'ou er my injillaghey dy treih Bible

faill treih pittance

thie treih sorrowing household

abject (adv.) kercheenagh, treih

doughy (adj.) teaystagh, treih

haggard (adj.) treih; (n.) uhllin

pallid (adj.) bane; treih

pathetic (adj.) treih

pathetically (adv.) dy treih

piteous (adj.) treih

pitiable (adj.) treih

pitifully (adv.) dy treih; treihagh

pittance (n.) faill treih

regrettable (adj.) treih

rueful (adj.) treih

sorrowing household (n.) thie treih

wan (adj.) treih

wretched2 (adj.) (of thing) moal, treih

fragile (adj.) brishlagh, feiosagh, so-vrishey, treih

miserable (adj.) boght, doolagh, kercheenagh, lhag-chreeagh, meevaynrey, neughennal, neuvaynrey, trimshagh, trome-chreeagh, truanagh; treih: knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked - cha vel oo goaill hood hene dy vel oo treih, as seaghnit, as boght, as doal, as rooisht. Bible

sickly (adj.) doghanagh, jiooldagh, nash-ching, treih

treih-hrimshagh deplorable, doleful, lamentable

deplorable (adj.) boght; brainagh; moal, treih, treih-hrimshagh

doleful (adj.) dobbranagh, dobberanagh, sou-aignagh, treih-hrimshagh

forlorn (adj.) cailt, gyn treisht, lome-lomarcan, treigit, treih

lamentable (adj.) dobbranagh; dobberanagh; keaynoil; treih-hrimshagh

pale-faced (adj.) glass neealagh, glass vane, treih

pasty glass; neealloo; pastee; pye foalley; teaystagh; treih

pitiful (adj.) treih, er-reeishagh, lane dy hymmey

sallow buigh; cur buigh er; lheeah-vuigh; shellagh; treih

seedy (adj.) caihagh, chingyssagh, rassagh, sheelagh, treih

Alas (intj) Ugh cha nee; Aless; S'merg; My nearey; Atreih; My chragh; Ah treih

drawn lommyrtagh; sleaydit; tayrnit: Drawn to scale - Tayrnit rere scaailley. DF idiom; treih; yrjit

dwelling (n.) chagh, thie baghee, ynnyd-cummal, thie mooar; cummal: He's ashamed of his wretched dwelling - T'eh goaill nearey jeh e chummal treih. JJK idiom

feeble (adj.) anlheiltagh: His mother is very feeble - Ta'n voir echey feer anlheiltagh. JJK idiom; annoon, faase, gyn vree, lhag, moal, treih

pale banaghey, eiglaghey; banee, treih; glassaghey; neealagh; paal, peeley; glass: He turned pale at the sight of the gun - Hie eh glass tra honnick eh yn gunn. JJK idiom

Aless (intj) 1 Alas a: Aless, my inneen! t'ou er my injillaghey dy treih Bible; 2 (intj) Ah: Aless, te er ny yannoo sollys Bible

calmaneyn 1 pigeons a: As nee eh chebbal unnane jeh ny calmaneyn turtle, ny jeh ny calmaneyn aegey, lheid as oddys eh gheddyn; 2 doves a: Ta shin ooilley gullal myr y vuc-awin, as cooagey dy treih myr calmaneyn Bible

eeasit borrowed: Ah treih, vainshtyr! son ve eeasit Bible; lent: bee eh eeasit da'n Chiarn Bible

falleays glimmer, glimpse, quick flash: ga t'eh lostey dewil, cha vel fordrail mooar soilshey da ny jouyil, agh myr falleays beg, dy chur dauesyn fys cre'n stayd treih, boght as piandagh t'ad ayn nish shaghey v'ad roie PC

fer beg small person: Son y chooid smoo, ta'n fer beg shoh geiyrt er ny polaseeyn shen ren cur er milliunyn dy ve ayns stayd treih. Carn

fir-lhee doctors: T'ad ny smoo oolee na ny fir treih ren yn torchagh hene as ny fir lhee ren cooney lhieu - fir-lhee lhisagh ve ceaut magh ass nyn obbyr. Carn

goll gys y cheeill churchgoing: Smooinee ayd hene dy vel oo goll gys y cheeill dy yannoo ooashley gys Jee, as dy hirrey lheid ny reddyn shen nagh vod oo ve nyn vegooish gyn ve feer treih. CS

-lhee (suf.) clinical: T'ad ny smoo oolee na ny fir treih ren yn torchagh hene as ny fir lhee ren cooney lhieu - fir-lhee lhisagh ve ceaut magh ass nyn obbyr. Carn

reyggyryn certain, few: hoig reyggyryn treih yn chioltane, ren farkiaght orrym, dy nee goo yn Chiarn ve. Bible

seaghnagh afflicting, afflictive, distressing, grieving, grievous, heartbreaking, sorrowful, troublesome, woeful: Ah treih! son s'mooar seaghnagh vees y laa shen Bible; troubled person, troublesome person

deiney ny marrey seafaring men: 17 As troggee ad seose accan treih er dty hon, as jir ad rhyt, Kys t'ou er dty choyrt naardey, oayl mooar deiney ny marrey, yn ard-valley ooasle, va lajer ayns yn aarkey, ish as ny cummaltee eck hug nyn dappey vouesyn ooilley va taaghey huic. Bible

doarnane haft, hilt, spoke; (of door) handle, hand grip: Va ooigyn-saaue smoo ec ny marchanyn, lesh saaue hoght trieyn er-lhiurid as trie er lheead ec y vean, lesh doarnane mooar ec dagh kione, Dhoor; fistful: va gamman faro fo raad ayns shen; va daa phunter treih jeig cummal doarnane dy chaartyn y pheesh ny laue CnyO; sheaf of papers

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