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tuittym (v.) abate, collapse, come off, crumple, decline, depreciate, descend, die down, droop, drop, fall, fall off, fall out, fall over, falter, flounder, founder, go down, keel over, lapse, overbalance, sag, slump, subside, tip over, topple, tumble; calming, falling, floundering, wavering; befall: nee ymmodee uilk, as dowrinyn tuittym orroo Bible; (of voice) cadence; (of courage) waver; abatement, depreciation, incidence, subsidence

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scaa tuittym parachute

tuittym ass fall out: Rollageyn tuittym ass yn aer, Ny sleityn rowlal bun-ry-skyn LH

tuittym bolg belly-flop

tuittym drommey swayback

tuittym druightey dewfall

tuittym er (as property) vest; fall upon: As my ta veg jehn challin oc tuittym er sheel-correy erbee, ta dy ve cuirt, bee shen glen. Bible

tuittym ergooyl drop off

tuittym ersooyl die out: cur-jee twoaie nagh jean shiuish myrgeddin, cleaynit lesh shaghrynys ny mee-chrauee, tuittym ersooyl veih'n shickyrys eu 'sy chredjue. Bible; fall away

tuittym fo (as disease) contract; fall into, fall under: Ny lhiggey daue tuittym fo kerraghey loght, tra t'ad gee ny reddyn casherick Bible

tuittym harrish outfall, overturn, tip over: As nee ad tuittym harrish y cheilley myr roish y chliwe, tra nagh vel fer erbee er nyn eiyrt's. Bible

tuittym magh (quarrel) burst up; disagree, drop off, estrangement, quarrel, quarrelling, rupture, tiff: As my nee deiney tuittym magh, as my woaillys y derrey yeh yn jeh elley lesh clagh, ny lesh e ghoarn, as gyn eh dy gheddyn baase, agh cummal e lhiabbee Bible

tuittym mastey fall among: cha row veg y nearey orroo, chamoo ren ad jiargaghey; shen-y-fa nee ad tuittym mastey ad shen huittys Bible

tuittym neeal swoon, swooning: As cur-my-ner, ta spyrryd dy ghoaill eh, as doaltattym t'eh gyllagh; as tuittym neeal, t'eh keshal, as s'coan t'eh cheet huggey hene, erreish da ve dy mooar broojit. Bible

tuittym neealloo swooning

tuittym neose fall down: Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF

tuittym rish redound: Nee thousane tuittym rish dty lhiattee, as jeih thousaneyn ec dty laue yesh: agh cha jig eh dt'aare. Bible

tuittym ry-cheilley clicking

tuittym sheese fall off: O tar-jee, lhig dooin ooashley y choyrt, as tuittym sheese: as gliooney kiongoyrt rish y Chiarn y Fer ren shin. Bible

tuittym stiagh cave in, fall in: Ta meoiryn-shee gra dy dooar dooinney baase lurg da carbyd-arraghey tuittym stiagh ayns jeeg. BS

tuittym voltys voltage drop

lurg tuittym ny hoie after dark

tuittym ass y cheilley crack up, crumble: T'eh tuittym ass y cheilley lesh yn litcherys. DF

tuittym ayns peccah fall into iniquity: Cha bee ny smoo dy hrimshey oc, cha bee miolaghyn, cha bee gaue tuittym ayns peccah, cha bee jerrey er nyn maynrys. CS

tuittym dy trome er overwhelm

tuittym gour e ghrommey fall backward

tuittym gour y drommey fall over

tuittym gour y yerree fall behind

tuittym gys y jerrey drop behind

tuittym gys y thalloo fall to the ground: Nish er-y-fa shen, ny lhig da my uill tuittym gys y thalloo fenish y Chiarn Bible; fall to the earth

tuittym jeh'n chredjue apostatise

tuittym lesh y gheay blow over

tuittym ny hrooid fall through

tuittym sheear er ash fall back

tuittym stiagh ayn pitch into

tuittym veih my cheilley come apart, disintegrate, disintegration

tuittym veih'n chredjue apostasy: Mish ta'n Spyrryd ginsh dy plain, dy jean paart ayns ny laghyn s'jerree tuittym veih'n chredjue Bible

fall off (n.) treigeilys; (v.) tuittym sheese: Then the soldiers cut off the ropes of the boat, and let her fall off - Eisht ghiare ny sidooryn teddyn y vaatey, as lhig as jee tuittym sheese. Bible; tuittym

fall over (v.) tuittym, tuittym gour y drommey

swooning (v.) tuittym neeal; tuittym neealloo

tip over (v.) ceau harrish, croymmey, tuittym, tuittym harrish

drop off cooyl-skyrraghtagh; cur seose; faagail magh; tuittym ergooyl; tuittym magh

falling bolganeagh; corragh; tholtanagh; tuittym: Falling to the ground - Tuittym gys y thalloo. DF idiom; tuittymagh

quarrel troddan; troiddey; tuittym magh: To quarrel about trifles - Tuittym magh mysh veg. JJK idiom

belly-flop (n.) tuittym bolg

burst up (v.) (quarrel) tuittym magh

cadence2 (n.) (of voice) builley, carr, tuittym

calming (v.) kiunaghey; tuittym

cave in (v.) tuittym stiagh

clicking (v.) criggaraght; tuittym ry-cheilley

collapse1 cohuittym; filley; tuittym

crumple (v.) tuittym

dewfall (n.) druight, tuittym druightey

estrangement (n.) asschaarjys, tuittym magh

fall (n.) bout, lhargagh; (v.) ceau; lhieggal; lhieggey: Pride will have a fall - Yiow moyrn lhieggey. JJK idiom; tuittym: To fall into a snare - Tuittym ayns ribbey. JJK idiom; tuitt; (to); (dy) huittym

fall among (v.) tuittym mastey: He let it fall among their tents - Lhig eh da tuittym mastey ny cabbaneyn oc Bible

fall backward (v.) tuittym gour e ghrommey: so that his rider shall fall backward - dy jean y markiagh echey tuittym gour e ghrommey Bible

fall down (v.) cheet gys veg, cur rish loght, lhieggey; tuittym neose; tuittym sheese: To fall down the stairs - Dy huittym neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom

fall in (v.) tuittym stiagh

fall into (v.) tuittym fo

fall into temptation (v.) tuittym ayns miolagh: But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare - Agh tadsyn ta soit er ve berchagh tuittym ayns miolagh, as ribbey Bible

fall out (v.) tuittym; tuittym ass: and I will cause the sword to fall out of his hand - as ver-ym er y chliwe dy huittym ass e laue Bible

fall under (v.) tuittym fo: that they shall not be able to stand: but fall under my feet - derrey nagh vod ad shassoo: agh tuittym fo my chassyn Bible

falter (v.) tuittym

floundering tuittym

lapse cooyl-skyrraghtyn; skirraghtyn; tuittym

outfall (n.) tuittym harrish

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

quarrelling (v.) troiddey; tuittym magh: The boys are quarrelling about who's to go first - Ta ny scollagyn tuittym magh mysh quoi jeu shegin goll hoshiaght. JJK idiom

redound (v.) tuittym rish

sag lhoobey; tuittym

slump tuittym

subside (v.) traih; tuittym

subsidence (n.) traih; tuittym

swayback (adj.) tuittym drommey

tiff (n.) tuittym magh

topple (v.) lhieggal, lhieggey, tuittym

vest2 (v.) (as property) tuittym er

voltage drop (n.) tuittym voltys

waver2 (v.) (of courage) tuittym

apostatise (v.) cooyl-sleaghtaghey; tuittym jeh'n chredjue

contract2 (v.) (as disease) goaill, troggal; tuittym fo

disintegrate (v.) tuittym veih my cheilley

disintegration (n.) tuittym veih my cheilley

fall away (v.) goll sheese, treigeil; tuittym ersooyl: Let them fall away like water that runneth apace - lhig daue tuittym ersooyl myr ushtey ta roie dy tappee Bible; failleil: and in time of temptation fall away - agh ayns earish miolagh ta nyn gredjue failleil

fall through (v.) tuittym ny hrooid

parachute (n.) parashuit, scaa tuittym; (v.) parashuital

tuittym-magh feud: Va lught thie dy vec ec dooinney dy row, as v'ad dy kinjagh tuittym-magh ny vud oc hene. EF

voltys voltage: Tuittym voltys. DF

abate (v.) lhaggaghey, meeinaghey, sloateil, traih, tuittym; lhieggal

after dark lurg tuittym ny hoie

apostasy (n.) sleaghtey veih'n chredjue; tuittym veih'n chredjue

blow over (v.) lheie ersooyl, tuittym lesh y gheay

come apart tuittym veih my cheilley

depreciation (n.) injillaghey, jannoo beg jeh, tuittym

die down (v.) fioghey, injillaghey, kiunaghey, tuittym

drop behind (v.) tuittym gys y jerrey

fall back (v.) tuittym sheear er ash

fall behind (v.) tuittym gour y yerree

fall to the earth (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo

flounder (n.) liebage Albinagh, liehbage Albinagh; (v.) strepey, tuittym

founder (v.) goll fo, sinkeil, tuittym; (n.) kiaddeyder, lheeider, tilgeyr

keel over (v.) goll er e ghreeym, tuittym

overbalance (v.) coayl y cormid, lhieggey, tuittym

pitch into (v.) soiaghey er, tuittym stiagh ayn

rupture brishey brooinney, tuittym magh; ryptar

swoon (n.) my neealloo; neeal; teaym; (v.) tuittym neeal

abatement (n.) lhaggaghey, meeinaghey, sloateil, traih, tuittym; sloateilys; slooid; leodys

crack up (v.) moylley dy ard; tuittym ass y cheilley

crumble (v.) brooillaghey; kinneigey; mholmaghey; tuittym ass y cheilley; (n.) brooillag

depreciate (v.) coontey beggan jeh, injillaghey, jannoo beg jeh, leodaghey, tuittym

die out (v.) goll eig, goll mow, lheie ersooyl, tuittym ersooyl

droop (v.) goll my-laaee; lhiggey neose; lhiggey sheese; shymley; tuittym

feud feoh; noidys; costreeu; tuittym-magh; caggey; stroialtys

incidence (n.) mennickaght; tuittym: Angle of incidence - Cuinney huittym DF idiom

tumble lhieggal; lhieggey; surlaghey; surlley; tuittym; ymmylt; ymmyltey; rowllal

brynnagh fawning, flattering: nee ommydan brynnagh tuittym. Bible; saucy

cadley1 (=Ir. codladh) sleep, sleepiness, asleep, dormant, unawakened: tuittym ayns cadley dowin Bible; sleeping

chengey foalsey perverse tongue: tan chengey foalsey tuittym ayns olk Bible

chleiys diggeth: Quoi-erbee chleiys ooig, nee eh tuittym ayn Bible

dowrinyn troubles: nee ymmodee uilk, as dowrinyn tuittym orroo Bible

keayrt ennagh sometime: Neems foast keayrt ny keayrt ennagh tuittym liorish laue Saul

leagh margee market price, sale value: Tuittym 'sy leagh margee. DF

ro-hiyragh too hasty: eshyn ta ro hiyragh, nee eh tuittym ayns peccah. Bible

tutleragh chatty, gossip, gossipy, loquacious, tattling: nee ommydan tutleragh tuittym Bible

already1 (adv.) hannah: The leaves are already falling - Ta ny duillagyn hannah tuittym. JJK idiom

befall (v.) cheet er: What will befall her? - Cre hig urree? DF idiom; tuittym; taghyrys, haghyrys

come off (v.) cheet jeh; cheet neose jeh; tuittym; irree ass: To come off the gold standard - Dy irree ass stundayrt yn airh. DF idiom

decline failleil; goll sheese; jee-chleaney; obbal; parail; shymley; shymlid; tuittym; leaystey: thou shalt not decline from the sentence which they shall shew thee - cha jean oo leaystey veihn vriwnys oc Bible

descend (v.) cheet neose: They descended the hill - Haink ad neose jeh'n clieau. DF idiom; faagail, tarlheim, tuittym

disagree (v.) neuchoardail, streeu, tuittym magh; meechoardail: I disagree with you - Ta meechoardail eddyr ain. DF idiom

fall by the sword (v.) a: and I will cause him to fall by the sword in his own land - as ver-yms er tuittym liorish y chliwe ayns e heer hene Bible

fall into iniquity tuittym ayns peccah: and caused the house of Israel to fall into iniquity - as dy dug ad er thie Israel dy huittym ayns peccah Bible

fall to the ground (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo: and did let none of his words fall to the ground - as cha lhig eh da veg jeh e ghoan dy huittym gys y thalloo Bible

fast1 chionn, shickyr; dain; er hoshiagh, tappee; (v.) trosht, trostey; (adv.) (dy) tappee: I think so, too, the glass is going down fast - Ta mish credjal myrgeddin, ta'n gless tuittym dy-tappee. JJK idiom

go down (v.) traih, tuittym; goll sheese: To go down a hill - Dy gholl sheese y chronk. DF idiom

he is t'eh: He is mouldering in idleness - T'eh tuittym ass y cheilley lesh yn litcherys DF idiom

leaves (npl.) duillagyn: The leaves are already falling - Ta ny duillagyn hannah tuittym. JJK idiom

leeward cheu yn astee; fasteeagh; lesh y gheay; lheish; fo'n gheay: Drifting to leeward - Tuittym fo'n gheay. DF idiom

olive (n.) olive: shall cast off his flower as the olive - as e vlaa tuittym myr yn olive Bible

overturn (v.) ceau harrish; cleddal; tuittym harrish; (to); (dy) hilgey harrish; chyndaa harrish: Car liable to overturn - Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF idiom

shall fall huittys: therefore they shall fall among them that fall - shen-y-fa nee ad tuittym mastey ad shen huittys Bible; tuittee: and they shall fall before you by the sword - as tuittee ad rhymbiu liorish y chliwe Bible

shore (n.) cheer; oirr ny marrey; thalloo: To hug the shore - Dy hiaulley faggys da'n thalloo. DF idiom; traie: The boat is drifting on shore - Ta'n baatey tuittym er y traie. DF idiom

shoulders (npl.) geayltyn: His hair fell over his shoulders - Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF idiom

snare (n.) lhoob: Set a snare - Lhoob y chuirrey. DF idiom; poaynt, ribbeh, sniem; ribbey: To fall into a snare - Tuittym ayns ribbey. JJK idiom; (v.) soiaghey ribbey er son, soie ribbey er son

somebody (n.) fer ennagh; peccagh ennagh; peiagh ennagh; pagh ennagh: To quarrel with somebody - Tuittym magh lesh pagh ennagh. JJK idiom

star (v.) cowraghey lesh rollageyn, cur rollage rish; rollage: I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth - honnick mee rollage tuittym veih niau gys y thalloo Bible; (n.) rolt, roltag, roltage, rolteen, rontage; skead

troubles (npl.) dowrinyn: and many evils and troubles shall befall them - as nee ymmodee uilk, as dowrinyn tuittym orroo Bible; seaghyn: He shall deliver thee in six troubles - Nee eh uss y livrey ayns shey seaghyn Bible

wavering anshickyrys, craagh; anshickyr, kirkinagh, leaystagh, loaganagh, teaymagh; (v.) jannoo kirkinys, leaystey, tuittym; lheaystey: But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering - Agh lhig da geearree ayns credjue, fegooish lheaystey Bible

biljyn y cheyll thickets of the forest: As giaree eh sheese biljyn y cheyll lesh yiarn, as nee Lebanon tuittym liorish fer niartal. Bible

camstram cranky, crooked, zigzag: Va cassan garroo tuittym dy camstram sheese cronk gys y valley beg. Carn

carbyd-arraghey dumper truck: Ta meoiryn-shee gra dy dooar dooinney baase lurg da carbyd-arraghey tuittym stiagh ayns jeeg. BS

cheshaght See sheshaght (f.) (yn); (the) society, company: My hig Esau gys y derrey heshaght, as tuittym orroo, eisht nee yn cheshaght elley ta faagit cosney roue Bible

chymmyltee 1 (ny); (the) uncircumcised: nish voym baase lesh paays, as tuittym ayns laueyn ny chymmyltee shoh? Bible a: dy jean yms kerragheyghoaill er ooilley ny gyn-chymmyltee marish ny chymmyltee Bible

clagh-snapperal stumbling stone: As bee eh diuish son coadey casherick; agh son clagh-snapperal, as son creg vees oyr tuittym, gys daa hie Israel Bible

coloayrt chat, confabulate, converse, parley: Tra honnick mee uss as ish coloayrt ayns shen gollrish daa henn charrey, ren mee bunnys tuittym er y lout! JC

curn can; milk can: As ren ee craa e kione ayns cordailys rish e smooinaghtyn, as ren yn curn bainney tuittym gys y thalloo as va ooilley e smooinaghtyn scarrit ayns tullagh. EF

cur ooashley da worship: teh tuittym sheese kiongoyrt rish, as cur ooashley da Bible

dobbyr da touch-and-go: Haghyr shoh reesht as reesht, as dagh keayrt dobbyr da'n inneen tuittym harrish y vroogh CL

dowin (=Ir. domhain) deeply, deep-rooted, involved, low, low-pitched, penetrating, profound, rapt, rich, secretive, thorough, uncommunicative: tuittym ayns cadley dowin Bible; deep

dy plain expressly: Mish tan Spyrryd ginsh dy plain, dy jean paart ayns sjerree tuittym veihn chredjue Bible; plainly: Son tadsyn ta gra lheid ny reddyn, soilshaghey dy plain dy vel ad jeeaghyn son cheer elley. Bible

er hene on itself, on himself: Quoi-erbee chleiys ooig, nee eh tuittym ayn: as eshyn rowllys clagh noi'n ughtagh, chyndaa-ee eh back er hene. Bible; (of boy) coy, reserved

fadaneyssyn wastes: Myr ta mish bio, nee adsyn tayns ny fadaneyssyn son shickyrys tuittym liorish y chliwe Bible

feayn expansive, extensive, flat, horizontal, roomy, vague, vast, wide: nee oo tuittym er y vagher feayn Bible; desolate

fhyt fit: Tra cheayll e ven y naight  shoh, haink fhyt urree as ren ee tuittym sheese shiartanse dy ghreeishyn. Dhoor; short time

fig (=Ir. figin, L. ficus) See figgys, pl. figgyn fig: myr ta'n duillag tuittym veih'n villey-feeyney, as yn fig appee veih'n villey-figgagh Bible

fockleyn words: ga dy row shin tuittym magh ny keayrtyn, ve dy leah jarroodit, as cha daink shin rieau gys streeu as fockleyn sharroo. JG

geayaghyn winds: tra honnick ny Celtiee ooilley ny duillagyn tuittym voish ny biljyn casherick oc ayns geayaghyn rastagh yn 'ouyir. Dhoor

goll hoshiaght go before: Ta ny scollagyn tuittym magh mysh quoi jeu shegin goll hoshiaght. JJK

grine curnaght corn of wheat: Mannagh vel y grine curnaght tuittym ayns y thalloo, as goll eig, te cummal ny un ghrine kinjagh Bible

jannoo jee jeh apotheosis, deify: T'ad dy feoilt deayrtey magh airh ass y sporran, as towse argid ayns y veih, as t'ad failley gaaue-airh, as ta eshyn jannoo jee jeh: t'ad tuittym sheese; dy jarroo, t'ad ooashlaghey. Bible

jeeaghyn harrish look round, oversee, superintend, superintendence: Jeeaghyn harrish y doour er gerrey da'n spooyt veg tuittym neose lhiattee Colden, eisht er y raad stiagh ayns y doour, ta fys ayd er y voayl nagh vel? Dhoor; looking over

jeeaghyn ny lurg see to: dy begin da lheid yn oural ve çhebbit er y hon as cre shegin dauesyn ooilley jeeaghyn ny lurg ta tuittym fo jymmoose Yee CS

jeeragh roish straight ahead, straight before: nee ooilley yn pobble gyllagh lesh coraa ard; as nee voalley yn ard-valley tuittym sheese kiart, as nee yn pobble goll seose, dy chooilley ghooinney jeeragh roish. Bible; directly infront

loo affidavit, oath, swear, swearing: Loo-jee dou nagh jean shiu hene tuittym orrym. Bible; fewer, least, little, littler, minimum

miallys (f.) benefaction, beneficence, bountifulness, clemency, gentleness, humaneness, philanthropy: Ny ushtaghyn yeeagh da nyn miallys ayns tonnyn glassey brishey sheese dagh slyst, dagh thooilley goaill ny raaidyn da by-niessey as tuittym, rowlal lesh y varroo lhieggey PC

roie dy tappee run apace: Brish ny feeacklyn oc, O Yee, ayns nyn meeal; bwoaill craueyn-keeil ny lionyn, O Hiarn: lhig daue tuittym ersooyl myr ushtey ta roie dy tappee; Bible; fleet

scailley scale, squama: as chelliragh ren tuittym veinn y huilyn, nagh mar veagh ayd skallaghyn, as gou e hilliy, as jirri e, as ve erna vaschey. PB1610

seshoon pl. seshoonyn session: Ta'n chooid smoo jeh'n chiaull ry chlashtyn Yernagh, dy jarroo ta seshoon Yernagh roie bunnys car y feailley lesh sleih cheet stiagh as tuittym magh rere yn traa seyr t'oc. Carn

spaagit spattled: Keayrtyn elley roish shen haink mee marish my voir er baatey queeyl spaagit as cheau mee ooryn ec y giat jeeaghyn sheese er yn greinys niartal girree as tuittym, cheet my chour as goll ersooyl voym reesht. JG

Toshiaght Gheuree (f.) November: Er-lhien dy row eh ny 'eailley Toshiaght Gheuree as Jerrey Souree, tra honnick ny Celtiee ooilley ny duillagyn tuittym voish ny biljyn casherick oc ayns geayaghyn rastagh yn 'ouyir. Dhoor

traa seyr break, breaking up, leisure, recess, spare time: dy jarroo ta seshoon Yernagh roie bunnys car y feailley lesh sleih cheet stiagh as tuittym magh rere yn traa seyr t'oc. Carn

voalley 1 wall a: nee voalley yn ard-valley tuittym sheese kiart Bible; 2 battlement a: Tra tou troggal thie noa, eisht nee oo voalley rish oirr mooie y chione Bible

boys (npl.) guillin; guillyn: Have the boys had any lemonade? - Vel limonaid erbee er ve ec ny guillyn? JJK idiom; scollagyn: The boys are quarrelling about who's to go first - Ta ny scollagyn tuittym magh mysh quoi jeu shegin goll hoshiaght. JJK idiom

contract1 (n.) bargane; conaant: The contract will stand - Shassee yn conaant. DF idiom; coonrey: Enter into a contract - Coonrey y yannoo. DF idiom; (v.) barganey, troggal, tuittym fo; cheet dy ve ny s'girrey, craplaghey; conaantey; crapley; cribbey; girraghey, glooaghey, jannoo coonrey, shirgaghey

drop bine: Until the drink was drunk down to the last drop - Derrey va'n jough iuit da'n vine s'jerree. DF idiom; shilley; brey; cliejeen; cooylley; cur stiagh; drig; drigey; drishlagh; faarney; jeeigane; jolt; leodaghey; lhiargagh; lhieggey, lhiggey neose; skyrraghtyn fockle; tuittym; strig

violent1 (adj.) elgyssagh: After a violent quarrel, they embraced each other, as if nothing had happened - Lurg tuittym-magh elgyssagh, ren ad nuiddragh y cheilley, myr nagh row red erbee er d JJK idiom; raghtal

Baarle Vrisht (f.) (language) Anglo-Manx; pidgin: Haink kuse dy Injinyn ayns corragh dy chur raaue daue ayns glare-laue as Baarle vrisht dy row tuittym-ushtey-mooar rhymboo Dhoor

bwoyid beauty, comeliness, good looks, loveliness, prettiness: erson mar ta yn grian girri rish chass, as yn feyr fieaghy, as y vla tuittym er shiul, as boiydg yn ghummey agge doll mou, gy jiaru shen mar heidg y duyne berchiagh mou ayns y raydjyn. PB1610

ceau (=Ir. caith, caitheamh) carry, consume, dart, fall, hang, last, loose, pass, rake, run out, upbraid, waste; weather, shower, rain; aim, launch, shy, shoot; cast, throw: Dy chooilley lhiannoo-mac hig son y theihll nee shiu ceau 'syn awin Bible; bear, wear: nee Aaron ceau yn breast-plate dy vriwnys erskyn e chree Bible; hurl: Agh my teh tuittym er trooid goanlys, ny ceau red erbee er, liorish lhie cooyl-chlea Bible; yield: Lhig dan thalloo gymmyrkey faiyr, yn losserey ceau rass Bible; lay out, spend, spending; (on road) corner; raining: Agh te dorraghey nish, as te ceau trome foast. Coraa

neeal See niaul 1 cloud, nebula a: bee neeal dy ghorraghys er dy chooilley eddin Bible; 2 (colour) ashen, ashy; 3 (of face) aspect, complexion, countenance: son my heeys eh yn eddin euish, as neeal smessey orroo na er nyn gosanyn: eisht ver shiu mee ayns gaue my ching roish y ree. Bible; 4 faint, swoon: er-yn-oyr dy vel yn chloan as ny oikanyn tuittym neeal ayns straïdyn yn ard-valley. Bible; 5 nap

nuiddragh caress, caressing, cuddle: Lurg tuittym-magh elgyssagh, ren ad nuiddragh y cheilley, myr nagh row red erbee er daghyrt. JJK

peesh as peesh piece by piece: Smerg da'n ard-valley folley, da'n phot, ta'n veeaylys echey ayn, as nagh vel y veeaylys echey er n'gholl magh ass, cur-jee lhieu magh eh, peesh as peesh, ny lhig da cronney erbee tuittym er. Bible


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