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trome (=Ir. trom) pl. trommey 1 heavy a: Agh va laueyn Voses trome; as ghow ad clagh, as hug Bible; 2 bold, burdensome, deep-drawn, difficult, emphatic, expectant, gruelling, hard, harsh, heavyweight, high pressure, intense, laborious, onerous, ponderous, severe, sledgehammer, steep, stodgy, substantial, sweated, unwieldly, wearying, weighty; 3 (oppressive) close; 4 (burden) crippling; 5 (of smoke) dense; 6 (Jur.) grievous, grave a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible; 7 (of sea) rough; 8 deep a: As hug y Chiarn Jee cadley trome dy huittym er Adam Bible; 9 expecting, pregnant, with child a: ta ny shioltaneyn as ny immanyn trome ta mârym Bible; 10 great a: honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght dooinney trome er y thalloo Bible; 11 sore a: As van ghortey trome ayns y cheer ad fo eh Bible [O.Ir. trom]


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builley trome heavy blow, serious blow: Eshyn woaill yn pobble ayns e yymmoose lesh builley trome Bible

cadley trome deep sleep, sound sleep: As mysh lhie ny greïney huitt cadley trome er Abram Bible

chynskyl trome heavy industry

clou trome bold type, clarendon

comys trome serious offence

corree trome fierce anger: crogh ad seose fenish y Chiarn noin ghrian, dy vod corree trome y Chiarn ve er ny hyndaa ersooyl veih Israel Bible

corrillagh trome long odds, long price

cragh trome great slaughter: ghow ad ersooyl y maase oc, as ren ad cragh trome ny-vud oc Bible

cuirtlagh trome (f.) life-preserver

doghan trome sore disease, sore sickness: Son ta my veeaghyn lhieent lesh doghan trome: as cha vel ayrn erbee slane ayns my chorp. Bible

dy trome deeply, hard, heavily, with a vengeance: Ta ny sideyryn er heaghney eh dy trome Bible; seriously

eulys trome fierce anger, fury: son cha vel eulys trome y Chiarn er ny hyndaa ersooyl voïn Bible

faarkey trome high sea

farrys trome heavy plant

feer trome 1 back breaking, backbreaking; 2 very heavy a: va laue Yee feer trome orroo Bible; 3 very grievous a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible

feer trome-chooishagh all-important: Coardail rish yn Çhirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie, Allan Bell, cha bee yn reiltys goaill ymmyd jeh'n phooar shoh agh ayns cooishyn 'feer trome-chooishagh'. BS

fer trome heavyweight

fer trome-chadlagh heavy sleeper

fer trome-chooishagh sobersides

fouyr trome (f.) bounteous harvest

genney trome sore famine: As va genney trome ayns Samaria Bible

grine trome buckshot

leagh trome high price

maidjey trome niblick

miolagh trome sore temptation

naightyn trome heavy tidings: son ta mish er my choyrt hoods lesh naightyn trome Bible

prios trome high price

soar trome 1 strong smell, stink a: Ta soar trome jeh my lhottyn, as tad breinn Bible

trimmid trome dead weight

trome chruinnag barysphere

dorraghys trome dullyr thick darkness

dy vwoailley dy trome belabour

fo aggle trome roish sore afraid: As va Moab fo aggle trome roish y pobble Bible

guint dy trome seriously wounded, sore smitten: Ta mee moal, as guint dy trome: ta mee er yllaghey son eer angaish my chree. Bible

iu dy trome booze

lhie trome er (ny) burden

lhottit dy trome severely wounded

shooyl dy trome tramp

squad ny loghtyn trome-chooishagh serious crime squad

tuittym dy trome er overwhelm

unnid ny loghtyn trome-chooishagh serious crime unit

fierce anger (n.) corree trome; eulys trome

heavyweight (n.) fer trome; (adj.) trome

heavily (adv.) dy trome: To lose heavily - Dy choayl dy trome. DF idiom

high price (n.) ard-leagh; deyrid; deyrsnys; leagh mooar; leagh trome; prios mooar; prios trome

trome-chooid (f.) main body: Yn trome-chooid jeh'n armee. DF

backbreaking (adj.) feer trome

back breaking feer trome

barysphere baisfear; trome chruinnag

bounteous harvest (n.) fouyr trome

buckshot (n.) grine trome

clarendon clou trome

close3 (adj.) (oppressive) trome

crippling2 (adj.) (burden) trome

deep-drawn (adj.) trome

deeply (adv.) dowin; dy dowin: My father was deeply affected - Va m'ayr gleashit dy-dowin. JJK idiom; dy trome: My mother was deeply affected by it - Va my voir gleashit dy trome liorish. DF idiom

deep sleep (n.) cadley trome

dense1 (adj.) gloo, trome

dense3 (of smoke) trome

expectant (adj.) jerkallagh; torragh; trome

great slaughter (n.) cragh trome

grievous2 (adj.) (Jur.) mooar; trome

gruelling (adj.) trome

hard creoi: To-morrow we shall have hard frost - Bee rio creoi ain mairagh. JJK idiom; doccaragh; doillee; dy creoi, dy lajer; dy trome; geyre; lajer; reen; trome

heavy1 (adj.) chiu; laadagh; lajer; mooar; roauyr; torragh; trean; trome: There's a heavy dew - Ta druight trome ayn. JJK idiom; trome-horragh; tromey, trommey

heavy blow (n.) builley trome

heavy industry (n.) chynskyl trome

heavy plant (n.) farrys trome

heavy tidings (npl.) naightyn trome

high sea (n.) faarkey trome

life-preserver (n.) cuirtlagh trome

long odds (n.) corrillagh trome

long price (n.) corrillagh trome

niblick (n.) maidjey trome

onerous (adj.) laadagh, trome

overwhelm (v.) cur fo chosh; tuittym dy trome er: Yea, ye overwhelm the fatherless - Dy feer, ta shiu tuittym dy trome ersyn ta seaghnit Bible

ponderous (adj.) trome

rough3 (adj.) (of sea) trome

serious (adj.) smooinaghtagh, trome-chooishagh; trome: I hope it will be nothing serious - Ta mee jerkal nagh bee eh red erbee trome. JJK idiom

serious blow (n.) builley trome

sledgehammer (n.) oard; (adj.) (as blow) trome

sore disease (n.) doghan trome

sore famine (n.) genney trome

sore sickness (n.) doghan trome

sore temptation (n.) miolagh trome

sound sleep (n.) cadley trome

stodgy (adj.) trome

sweated trome

weighty1 (adj.) trome; breeoil

with child (adj.) torragh, trome

lhag-haghyrt (bad) accident; misadventure, mischance, mishap; ill fortune; mischief: Hig lhag-haghyrt er lhag-haghyrt, as naightyn trome er naightyn trome ; eisht nee ad shirrey son ashlish yn adeyr Bible

trome-chooishaght (f.) graveness, serious-minded, seriousness: Ta cosoylaght trome-chooishaght er jeet er y chooish. DF

trome-saveenys deep slumber: cha vod ad gounstyrnee, agh cadley, lhie sheese ayns trome-saveenys Bible

all-important (adj.) feer trome-chooishagh

baritone baritone; trome-ghooagh

beetle-browed (adj.) ard-volleeagh; deamey; trome-volleeagh

cruiserweight (n.) trome-eddrym

dead weight (n.) mealaastey, trimmid trome

deep slumber (n.) trome-saveenys

deep-thinking trome-smooinaghtagh

dolorous (adj.) trome-chreeagh

emphatic (adj.) doccar coraagh, glen, trome

graveness (n.) trimmid; trome-chooishaght

heavy browed (adj.) trome-volleeagh

heavy-hearted trome-chreeagh

heavy jawed (adj.) trome-cheeillagh

heavy rain (n.) trome-liaghee

heavy sleeper (n.) fer trome-chadlagh

heavy swell (n.) trome-leaystey

intense (adj.) chiu, jeean, mooar, trome

low-spirited (adj.) trome-chreeagh

main body (n.) trome-chooid

pregnancy2 (of silence) trome-vreeaght

pregnant2 (adj.) (of silence) trome-vreeagh

seriously ill trome-ching

seriously wounded (v.) guint dy trome

serious-minded (adj.) trome-chooishaght

serious offence (n.) comys trome, loght

severely wounded lhottit dy trome

sobersides (n.) fer trome-chooishagh

sore smitten guint dy trome

thick darkness dorraghys trome dullyr: and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt - as va dorraghys trome dullyr er ooilley cheer Egypt Bible; dorraghys dowin: with fire unto the midst of heaven, with darkness, clouds, and thick darkness - lesh aile gys mean yn aer, lesh dorraghys, bodjallyn, as dorraghys dowin Bible; dorraghys dullyr: a day of clouds and thick darkness - laa dy vodjallyn as dorraghys dullyr Bible

unwieldly (adj.) lheibeidjagh; meydlagh; neuyesh; trome

with a vengeance dy trome

co-trome commensurate: as dy vod yn phalchey ocsyn myrgeddin jannoo feaysley er y feme euish, dy vod yn errey ve co-trome Bible

trome-cheayllagh expressive

trome-cheeallagh significant

trome-cheeillagh heavy jawed

trome-ching seriously ill

trome-chooishagh (=Ir. tromchúiseach) grave, important, serious: Ta caggey agglagh as trome-chooishagh er ve goll er ayns Nerin rish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

trome-choshagh leaden

trome-chreeagh dejected, dolorous, heavy-hearted, low-spirited, miserable: As ghow eh marish Peddyr as Jamys as Ean, as ren eh toshiaght dy ve mooar seaghnit as trome-chreeagh Bible

trome-eddrym cruiserweight

trome-ghooagh baritone

trome-horragh heavy

trome-leaystey heavy swell

trome-liaghee heavy rain: Shen-y-fa, myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, lhieg-yms eh dy jarroo lesh geay rastagh ayns my eulys, as bee deayrtey trome-liaghee ayns my yymmoose, as claghyn mooarey sniaghtee ayns eulys dy chur-mow eh. Bible

trome-smooinaghtagh deep-thinking

trome-volleeagh beetle-browed, heavy browed

trome-vreeagh (of silence) pregnant

trome-vreeaght (f.) (of silence) pregnancy

trome-yien melancholy

bold type (n.) clou doo, clou trome

commensurate (adj.) cohowhanagh rish; co-trome; corrym

fury (n.) ben iurinagh; eulys, eulys trome, farg, jymmoose

harsh (adj.) garg; garroo; raghtanagh; ruggagh; trome

high pressure ard-vroo; traastey mooar; trome

laborious (adj.) deinagh; doccaragh, jeidjagh, tooilleilagh, laboragh; trome

significant cowreydagh, lane dy vree, trome-cheeallagh

sore afraid fo aggle trome roish

steep boggagh; boggaghey; eaynagh; sooghey; thummey; trome; ushtaghey

strong smell (n.) smoghan, soar trome, torcan

substantial (adj.) fondagh; mie troggit; soogh; trome

wearying (adj.) deinaghtagh; skeeagh; tooilleil; tooilleilagh; trome

belabour (v.) broojer; bwoalley; cur da; dy vwoailley dy trome; dy vroo; dy chondoo

dejected (adj.) ass cree, groamagh, grouw, sou-aignagh, trome-chreeagh

expressive (adj.) blaystal; dreaghagh; lane dy vree; trome-cheayllagh

leaden (adj.) jeh daah ny leoaie; leoaie; marroo-hooillagh; trome-choshagh

serious crime squad (n.) squad ny loghtyn trome-chooishagh

serious crime unit (n.) unnid ny loghtyn trome-chooishagh

er y jough sot: T'eh trome er y jough. DF

foddey farraghtyn chronic, long lasting, perduration: doghanyn trome, as foddey farraghtyn. Bible

harrystiu over you: lesh eulys trome reill-yms harrystiu Bible

litcheraght (f.) idleness, indolence, laziness: Ta litcheraght dy hilgey fer ayns cadley trome Bible

oasht (f.) ewe, female sheep: Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF; (sheep) yearling

orroosyn on them: bee my laue's trome orroosyn ta dy dty chraghey Bible

archers (npl.) sideyryn: The archers have sorely grieved him - Ta ny sideyryn er heaghney eh dy trome Bible

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

booze (v.) iu dy trome; (n.) jough; scooyr: He is on the booze - T'eh er yn scooyr. DF idiom

breathing (v.) ennalagh; tayrn ennal: He is breathing heavily - T'eh tayrn ennal dy trome. DF idiom

cry1 eam; eamagh; eamaghey; keayney: She had a good cry - Ren ee keayney dy trome. DF idiom; sheeb; yllagh: Raise a cry - Yllagh y lhiggey magh. DF idiom; eie; gyllaghey

deep diunid: That river is twenty feet deep - Ta'n awin feed trie er diunid. JJK idiom; trome; dowiney; dowin: The snow lies very deep - Ta'n sniaghtey ny lhie feer dowin. JJK idiom

dew (n.) druight; tashtey: There's a heavy dew - Ta druight trome ayn. JJK idiom

difficult (adj.) condragh, creoi; doillee: It's a difficult undertaking, you won't succeed in it - Bee eh doillee diu dy ghoaill ayns laue, cha jig eh lhiu. JJK idiom; doccar, mooar, neuaashagh, noi-vreihagh, trome; (pref.) do-

ewe (n.) oasht: The ewe is heavy with lamb - Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF idiom

expecting (v.) ayns y chorneil; torragh; trome; jerkal rish: I'm expecting them every moment - Ta mee jerkal roo dagh minnid. JJK idiom

heavier (adj.) trimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

heaviest (adj.) strimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

important (adj.) mooar-chooishagh, trome-chooishagh; scanshoil: Very important person - Persoon feer scanshoil. DF idiom

iron (n.) glass; (v.) smoodal, yiarnal, yiarney, yiarnaghey; (n.) yiarn: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

laden laadit: I am heavily laden - Ta mee trome laadit. DF idiom; lughtit: Fully laden ship - Lhong lane lughtit. DF idiom

metal (n.) claghyn brisht, meain; (v.) macadamaghey; metal: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

offence (n.) comys: Serious offence - Comys trome. DF idiom; frioggan; loght; snee: She has taken offence - Ta snee urree. DF idiom; sneih

on them orroo: A heavy responsibility rests on them - Ta currym trome ny lhie orroo. DF idiom; (emph.) orroosyn

platinum (n.) platinum; plateen; platin: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

pregnant1 (adj.) corrym, lugh 'sy chreeagh, thunnag 'syn oghe, togherys, trome; torragh: I got her pregnant - Ren ee geddyn torragh liorym. DF 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

severe (adj.) barbagh, dewil, lhome, loghtal, trome; creoi: Do you remember the year we had the severe winter? - Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK idiom

sheaves (npl.) bunneeyn: I am pressed under you, as a cart is pressed that is full of sheaves - lhie-yms trome erriu myr cart laadit lesh bunneeyn Bible

spill (v.) deayrtey; lhieggey: I had a bad spill - Va lhieggey trome aym DF idiom; (n.) speiltan

stink (v.) breinaghey, jannoo smoghan; (n.) smoghan; torcan: Stink out - Cur magh lesh torcan. DF idiom; soar breinn, soar trome

tried1 prowit: Sorely tried - Prowit dy trome. DF idiom; phrow: He tried it without success - Phrow eh er agh cha daink eh lesh. DF idiom; tryit: He was tried in Douglas - V'eh tryit ayns Doolish. DF idiom

by-verchee wealthiest: haink jymmoose trome Yee orroo as varr eh yn vooinjer by-verchee jeu Bible

cheet faare (v.) come nigh, come near: chamoo nee chingys trome erbee cheet faare dty chummal Bible; (n.) (school) attendance

doillee (=Ir. doiligh) difficult, hard, stiff, ticklish, uphill: Ta'n clagh trome, as ta'n genniagh errey doillee dy ymmyrkey Bible

femblit edited: ta mee croghey dy trome er daa lioar, 'Writing in Irish Today' liorish David Greene as 'The Pleasures of Gaelic Literature', va femblit liorish John Jordan. Carn

fo aggle aghast, alarmed, awestricken, awe-stricken, terror-stricken: As va Moab fo aggle trome roish y pobble, son dy row ad ymmodee Bible

geay-chassee dewil grievous whirlwind: Cur-my-ner ta geay-chassee yn Chiarn er n'gholl magh ayns eulys, eer geay-chassee dewil; tuittee eh dy trome er kione ny meechrauee. Bible

guint injured, pained, racked, stung, wounded: Ta mee moal, as guint dy trome Bible

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