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trimmid kellee bantamweight

trimmid (f.) 1 bounteousness, burdensomeness, emphasis, graveness, gravity, heaviness, highness, importance, intenseness, pressure, seriousness, severity, soundness, stress, weightiness; 2 (of fog) density; 3 (of work) hardness; 4 (of punishment) harshness; 5 (of tax) rate; 6 weight a: ghow yn dooinney jewel cleayshey dy airh jeh trimmid lieh shekel Bible

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bwoid trimmid corbel

cheshvean trimmid centre of gravity

chosney trimmid (dy); (to) gain weight

cosney trimmid weight gain

cowrey trimmid stress mark

gyn trimmid unstressed

trimmid aer air-pressure

trimmid breneenagh atomic weight

trimmid cree disconsolateness

trimmid folley blood pressure

trimmid glen tare

trimmid gortagh scant weight

trimmid lectragh charge

trimmid recortit registered tonnage

trimmid slane total tonnage

trimmid trome dead weight

trimmid ushtey (f.) water pressure

cur trimmid ayn charge as battery; (as battery) charge

cur trimmid er (as word) accentuate; emphasize, stress

trimmid eaghtyragh meanchiarkylagh equatorial surface gravity

trimmid er lheh specific gravity

stress chennar; egin; preays; stroos; trimmid; (v.) cur stroos er; cur trimmid er: To lay stress on a word - Dy chur trimmid er fockle. DF idiom

gravity (n.) fastaght; trimmid: The centre of gravity - Yn cheshvean trimmid. DF idiom; tromaghys; (of person) feeydys; tayrnys–stoo

accentuate3 (v.) (as word) cur trimmid er

atomic weight (n.) trimmid breneenagh

bantamweight (n.) bantym; trimmid kellee

bounteousness (n.) trimmid

burdensomeness (n.) erreydys, laadys, trimmid

corbel bwoid trimmid

density2 (n.) (of fog) trimmid

emphasize (v.) cur trimmid er

graveness (n.) trimmid; trome-chooishaght

hardness3 (n.) (of work) trimmid

harshness2 (n.) (of punishment) trimmid

heaviness1 (n.) trimmid; trimshey

rate2 (n.) (of tax) trimmid, raayt

scant weight (n.) trimmid gortagh

stress mark (n.) cowrey trimmid

unstressed (adj.) gyn trimmid

weight gain cosney trimmid

weightiness (n.) trimmid

towse-trimmid weight: Cha jean shiu neu-chairys erbee ayns briwnys, ayns towse-lhiurid, ny towse-trimmid, ny ayns towse-saagh Bible

air-pressure (n.) chionnid aer; trimmid aer

balance weight (n.) trimmid-corrym

blood pressure1 (n.) broo-folley, trimmid folley

centre of gravity (n.) cheshvean trimmid

charge2 (v.) (as battery) cur trimmid ayn, lhieeney

dead weight (n.) mealaastey, trimmid trome

density1 glooaght, cheeid, trimmid; glooid

disconsolateness (n.) meegherjoilid, neugherjoilid, trimmid cree

gain weight (v.) (to); (dy) chosney trimmid; (dy) roauyraghey

gravimetric (adj.) gravimeadragh; trimmid-howshagh

intenseness (n.) chiuid, jeeanid, mooarid, trimmid

manometer (n.) trimmid-veih

specific gravity (n.) trimmid er lheh

trimmid-corrym balance weight

trimmid-howshagh gravimetric

trimmid-veih manometer

troggal-trimmid weight lifting

charge as battery (v.) cur trimmid ayn

equatorial surface gravity (n.) trimmid eaghtyragh meanchiarkylagh

highness (n.) ardjys, arjid, deyrid, ooaslid, trimmid, yrjid

registered tonnage (n.) thunneydys recortit, trimmid recortit

severity (n.) barbaght, creoiys, dewilid, dewilys, loghtalid, trimmid

soundness1 (n.) follanid; follanys; lajerid; suntid; trimmid

tare (n.) coggyl, pishyr chabbil, tare, trimmid glen

total tonnage (n.) thunneydys slane; trimmid slane

weight lifting troggal meihaghyn; troggal-trimmid

water pressure broo-ushtey; chionnid ushtey; traastey ushtey; trimmid ushtey

charge1 currym: I take charge of him - Ta e churrym orrym. DF idiom; lught lectragh, trimmid lectragh; orraghey; sarey

emphasis (n.) doccar coraagh: He asked with emphasis - Vrie eh lesh doccar coraa. DF idiom; trimmid

gain1 cheet er e hoshiaght; cosney: To gain weight - Dy chosney trimmid. DF idiom; mooadaghey; vondeish

importance (n.) bree; foaynoo: Woman of great importance - Ben jeh foaynoo mooar. DF idiom; frioose; scansh: It is of the utmost importance - Jeh'n scansh smoo t'eh. DF idiom; trimmid

pressure broo; chennar; preays: To work at high pressure - Dy obbraghey fo ard phreays. DF idiom; trimmid

seriousness (n.) fastid, fudys, trimmid, trome-chooishaght; smooinaghtaght: She said it in all seriousness - Dooyrt ee dy smooinaghtagh eh. DF idiom

weight cur meih er, cur puntreil er; meih, pundreil, pontreil; towse-trimmid; trimmid: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom

Atlas Atlas: Ta trimmid ny speyryn girree neese veih Atlas gollrish farkyl coirrey, ta claghyn vullee scughey, cha nel veg aa-hoiaghey dy kiart. Dhoor

brisht stiagh baptized with fire: scolt ad hene lesh lhieggey er nyn mooin, ad broojit fo; nyn armyn creoi cur guin, torchagh as pian, myr v'ad brisht stiagh ayndoo lesh trimmid wooar PC

meadragh metrical: Ta'n Jokulfell tree meeilley as daa cheead dy hunnaghyn meadragh er trimmid. BS

pryssoonit detained: ayns y chione dooint towl beg sheign faagit ve cour cuirtlagh aileagh dy chur slane livrey da sp'ryd doo dewil pryssoonit ayns y ghrunt, freilt sthie er-niart fo trimmid corrym runt PC

shinsharee seniors: Leeid Grant Wagstaffe ny Shinsharee lesh 102.64 mso, as she Dan Sayle va'n fer s'tappee sy Rang Trimmid Eddrym BS

sneih (f.) crossness, offence, umbrage, vexation: ver eh sneih orroo ayns trimmid e yymmoose Bible

towse-lhiurid meteyard: Cha jean shiu neu-chairys erbee ayns briwnys, ayns towse-lhiurid, ny towse-trimmid, ny ayns towse-saagh Bible

towse-saagh measure: Cha jean shiu neu-chairys erbee ayns briwnys, ayns towse-lhiurid, ny towse-trimmid, ny ayns towse-saagh Bible

wedge wedge: daa cheead shekel dy argid, as wedge airh jeh trimmid jeih shekelyn as da-eed Bible

vex (v.) boirey er, cur farg er, maghlaghey, jannoo seaghyn, seaghyn; cur sneih er: and vex them in his sore displeasure. - as ver eh sneih orroo ayns trimmid e yymmoose Bible; seaghney: Thou shalt neither vex a stranger, nor oppress him - Cha jean oo seaghney joarree, chamoo hee oo tranlaase er: Bible; cur seaghyn er: Neither shalt thou take a wife to her sister, to vex her - Chamoo ghoys oo ben as e shuyr, dy choyrt seaghyn urree Bible; (y) chraghey: for God did vex them with all adversity - son nee Jee ad y heaghney lesh dy chooilley arkys Bible; (y) heaghney


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