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turn1 cassey; chyndaa; coorse; garrey; reir garraghyn; shayll: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom; hyndaa; turn: One good turn deserves another - Ta derrey turn mie toilchin turn elley. JJK idiom

turn2 (act) cor; thurn

turn3 (as rope) kestal

turn4 (of tide) lhiggin

turn5 (as edge of tool) broillaghey; broilley

turn6 (of work) grash; turn

turn turn: nagh vel lhie rish turn y yannoo, agh ta seiy ad-hene ayns cooishyn sleih elley Bible; job


Inexact matches:

bad turn drogh-heaym: I had a bad turn today - Haink drogh-heaym orrym jiu. DF idiom; drogh-hurn: I won't do a bad turn in exchange for a good turn - Cha jeanym drogh-hurn y chooilleeney son turn mie. DF idiom

in turn (adv.) reir garraghyn; ayns shayll: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom

left-hand turn (n.) cassey toshtal

shall turn chyndaa-ee: And they shall turn the rivers far away - As chyndaa-ee ad ny awinyn foddey ersooyl Bible

star turn ard-chloie

turn about chyndaa mygeayrt

turn aside chyndaa ry lhiattee

turn away (v.) chyndaa ersooyl, shaghney; cur cooyl

turn back1 (v.) filley seose; cur cooyl

turn back2 (v.) (as persons) cassey er ash; chyndaa er ash

turn down1 filley neose; injillaghey

turn down2 (refuse) obbal

turn down3 (as collar) fillit neose

turn in cass stiagh

turn off1 (n.) crouw-raad; (v.) mooghey: Turn off the gas at the meter - Meedyr yn ghas y vooghey. DF idiom

turn off2 (v.) (as road) cassey er clee, cassey er jesh, cassey veih'n raad

turn on (v.) cur er; cur er roie: Turn on the water - Yn ushtey y chur er roie. DF idiom; cur bree da: Turn on the vision - Cur bree da'n chilley. DF idiom

turn out1 irree; irree magh; stholk; yllaghey magh; (to); (dy) gholl er stholk

turn out2 (v.) (as workmen) dy gholl er stholk

turn out3 (v.) (as room) glen magh

turn out4 (v.) (to order) jannoo rere oardagh

turn out5 (n.) (of people) chionnal

turn out6 (n.) (of soldiers) taishbynys

turn over1 broillaghey; broilley; cassey harrish; chyndaa harrish; lauejaghys argid

turn over2 (as sleeve) filley er ash

turn over3 (v.) (to); (dy) yiargaghey

turn round1 cassey mygeayrt: To turn round and round - Dy chassey mygeayrt reesht as reesht. DF idiom; chyndaa mygeayrt

turn round2 (v.) (in opinion) jannoo aigney elley

turn round3 (v.) (to); (dy) chassey mygeayrt; (to); (dy) hyndaa er ash

turn to (v.) goll da'n staartey

turn turtle (v.) (to); (dy) gholl bun ry skyn

turn up1 chyndaa seose; filley; filley er ash

turn up2 (as dress) filley seose

will turn chyndaaee

please turn over noon

to turn turtle (v.) (to); (dy) gholl bun ry skyn

turn on the vision (v.) cur bree da'n chilley

turn out to order (v.) jannoo rere oardagh

reir garraghyn in turn, turn

broillaghey burr, hack, make blunt, rivet, turn over; (as edge of tool) turn

broilley blunt, burr, hack, hammer down, turn over; (as edge of tool) turn

jannoo rere oardagh turn out to order, turn out

cur cooyl depart; put from; run away; reject; turn away; turn back

filley er ash double back, double over, retrace, roll up, turn up; (of breed) throwback; (as sleeve) turn over

filley seose enfold, turn back: Dagh ooilley red y filley seose. DF; (as dress) turn up

job kiartag; kiartagh; kiartey; obbyr; startey; thurn; turn: One must make the best of a bad job - Shegin da fer jannoo yn chooid share jeh turn olk. JJK idiom

cassey harrish turn over

cassey toshtal left-hand turn

cass stiagh turn in

chyndaa mygeayrt turn about, turn round: Ta'n gheay goll lesh y jiass, as chyndaa mygeayrt gys y twoaie, t'ee kinjagh cassey mygeayrt, as chyndaa reesht rere e combaaseyn. Bible

crouw-raad (f.) turn off

drogh-heaym bad turn

filley neose turn down

fillit neose (as collar) turn down

lauejaghys argid turn over

yiargaghey (dy); (to) to turn over

yllaghey magh turn out

half-turn lieh-chassey; lieh-hyndaa

U-turn (n.) chyndaa uillinagh

ard-chloie high jinks, star turn

ayns shayll order; in turn

cassey er clee (as road) turn off

cassey er jesh (as road) turn off

cassey veih'n raad (as road) turn off

chyndaa er ash (as persons) turn back

chyndaa ry lhiattee turn aside

chyndaa uillinagh U-turn

cur er roie turn on

gholl er stholk (as workmen); (dy); (to) turn out

goll da'n staartey turn to

grash (f.) spell, spurt; (of work) bout, turn

hyndaa er ash1 turn round

jannoo aigney elley (in opinion) turn round

lieh-chassey caracole, half-turn

lieh-hyndaa half-turn

cur bree da'n chilley turn on the vision

gholl bun ry skyn (dy); (to) turn turtle

righthand (n.) jesh: Righthand turn - Cassey jesh. DF idiom

cassey er ash double back, double over; (as persons) turn back

chyndaa harrish turn over: Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF; overturn

glen magh (as room) turn out: Glen magh yn chamyr. DF

hyndaa returned, roll, turn: As hyndaa Joseph reesht gys Egypt Bible; turned

kestal spin, spinning, struggle, struggling, twisting, wrestle, wrestling; (as rope) turn

stholk (f.) 1 stem, stoppage, strike, turn out a: Ta ny hobbree er stholk. DF; 2 walkout

thurn job: Te yeearree dooinney dy yannoo thurn mie Bible; (act) turn

servants (npl.) mooinjer; sharvaantyn: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom

shall return couree: he shall return to the days of his youth - couree eh reesht gys laghyn e aegid Bible; chyndaa-ee: and my prayer shall turn into mine own bosom - as chyndaa-ee my phadjer gys moghrish hene Bible

vision (n.) ashlins; ashlish: He appeared in a vision - Haink eh rish ayns ashlish. DF idiom; reayrtys: Beyond our vision - Ass yn reayrtys ain. DF idiom; shilley: Turn on the vision - Cur bree da'n chilley. DF idiom

wouldn't cha jinnagh: He wouldn't do a hands turn for me - Cha jinnagh eh veg dou. DF idiom; (interrog.) nagh jinnagh

cassey mygeayrt turn round; whirl about: tee kinjagh cassey mygeayrt, as chyndaa reesht rere e combaaseyn Bible

chassey mygeayrt (dy); (to) turn round: Ta'n wheeyl vooar er chassey mygeayrt harrish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

chionnal1 assembly, congregation, crowd, mob, multitude: Va chionnal mooar ayns shen. DF; (of people) jam; (of people) turn out

chyndaa (=Ir. tiontaigh, tiontú) 1 (eyes) avert; 2 convert, deflect, invert, quirk, return, revolve, translate, turn, twirl a: cha ren ad chyndaa ayns nyn immeeaght. Bible; 3 conversion; 4 alter

chyndaaee 1 rotational; 2 will turn a: Son she uss my chainle, O Hiarn ; as chyndaaee'n Chiarn my ghorraghys gys soilshey. Bible

chyndaa-ee shall return; shall turn: As chyndaa-ee ad ny cleayshyn oc ersooyl veih'n irriney, as bee ad er nyn jyndaa gys skeealyn ommijagh. Bible

chyndaa ersooyl divert, turn away: agh veih yn voght, ta eer e naboo chyndaa ersooyl. Bible

chyndaa seose turn up: as chyndaa seose 'syn aer heaum ad dagh errey v'orroo sheese er laare PC

cor 1 circumstance, depression, edge, event, fore; 2 alternate, odd, unmatched a: Ta mee toiggal cor 'ockle ny ghaa. DF; 3 choir; 4 twirl: Ta cor 'sy vainney. DF; 5 (of size) bastard; 6 (terms) condition; 7 (act) turn

cur bree da turn on: Geiyrt er Sostyn, ta Mannin er hee cur bree da slattys niartal noa vees cur yn ablid da fir-reiltys dy yeeaghyn er haghteraghtyn preevaadjagh jeh sorh erbee. BS

drogh-hurn bad turn: Ny foshil dty chree gys dy chooilley ghooinney, er-aggle dy gooilleenee eh oo lesh drogh-hurn ennagh. Apoc

garrey pl. garraghyn bout, spell, stint, turn: eshyn ta cummey lesh yn oayrd yn fer ta goaill garrey er yn ingan Bible; lap, rubber, trick; gallop; impetus

hyndaa er ash2 (dy); (to) turn round: Veeit sheshey Platt as yn meoir feiys oc, Murchadh MacRath, rhiu er y raad gys y cheyll as ren ben Platt guee orroo dy hyndaa er ash. NNS

lhiggin 1 I would let, I would allow a: chum mee eh, as cha lhiggin y raad da Bible; 2 slack water; 3 (of tide) turn

mooghey (=Ir. múchadh) 1 abolish, abolition, blank off, blot out, blow out, choking, damp, drown, dull, expire, extinction, extinguish, gulp back, hold back, hush up, quench, repeal, shut off, stamp out, stifle, suppress, switch off, turn off a: Ta gioot follit mooghey jymmoose; 2 (prevent) jam

noon 1 across, hence, over, yonder a: lhig dou goll noon, ta mee guee ort Bible; 2 (from speaker) thither; 3 please turn over, P.T.O.

obbal 1 abnegate, abstain, decline, denial, denounce, deny, disavow, disclaim, disown, forbid, go against, jib, negate, refusal, refusing, refute, self-denial; 2 (refuse) refuse, turn down a: ren mannym gerjagh y obbal Bible; 3 abnegation, abstention, denunciation, disavowal, negation, refutation [O.Ir. opp]

shaghney 1 avert, avoid, circumvent, defer, delay, dodge, elude, escape, eschew, evade, obviate, prevent, renounce, repudiate, shirk, shirking, shun, turn away, varnish a: Ta dooinney tastagh cronnaghey yn olk ro-laue as shaghney eh Bible; 2 circumvention, deferment, postponement, renunciation

shayll (f.) bout, piece of work, rotating, share, spell, stint, trick, turn: Nish tra haink shayll dagh moidyn mygeayrt, dy gholl stiagh gys ree Ahasuerus Bible; (of work) bout; shift

taishbynys 1 apocalypse, apparition, demonstration, display, exhibit, exposition, show, show down, showmanship, waxworks a: Cha nel ee jannoo eh agh son taishbynys. DF; 2 (of soldiers) turn out

the y: Has the shoemaker mended my shoes? - Vel y greasee er charraghey my vraaraghyn. JJK idiom; ny: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom; yn: The stepfather - Yn lhiass-ayr. JJK idiom

vanities (npl.) fardalyssyn: with their graven images, and with strange vanities - lesh nyn yallooyn grainnit, as lesh fardalyssyn joarree Bible; fardailyssyn: and preach unto you that ye should turn from these vanities - as ta shin preacheil diu shiu dy hyndaa veih ny fardailyssyn shoh Bible; fardailyn: Vanity of vanities, saith the preacher; all is vanity. - Fardail dy ardailyn tan preachoor dy ghra; ta dy chooilley nhee fardail

cassey change, curl, distort, flick, flounce, involvement, meander, meandering, screw, spin, squirm, swing, swirl, tangle, turn, twist, warp, whip-round, wind, wrench; whirl: tee kinjagh cassey mygeayrt as chyndaa reesht rere e combaaseyn Bible; wring: ver y saggyrt lesh eh gys yn altar, as nee eh cassey yn kione jeh Bible; pervert: gioot dolley sooillyn y vooinjer creeney, as cassey cooishyn y sleih cairagh Bible; twisting

coorse (=Ir. cúrsa) pl. coorseyn career, circuit, curriculum, racetrack, reef, route, routine, travel, way; course: harrish coorse y nah vee Bible; row: ver uss frankincense ghlen er dagh coorse Bible; turn: tra va coorse Esther, inneen Abihail, er jeet mygeayrt dy gholl stiagh gys y ree Bible

cur er 1 apply, ascribe, compel, devolve, don, force, impose, induce, inflict, lead, oblige, persuade, turn on a: Cur er dty harvaant dy ghoaill taitnys ayns shen ny ta mie Bible; 2 affectation; 3 on occasion; 4 affectedness; 5 imposition; 6 causing: As glare dty veeal myr y feeyn share, son my ghraih ta goll sheese dy blaystal, cur er ny meillyn cadlagh dy loayrt Bible; 7 placed

filley braid, collapse, corrugate, crease, crinkle, double, double up, folding, fold up, furl, jack-knife, lap, plait, ply, roll up, turn up, jackknife; fold: As myr coamrey nee uss filley ad seose Bible; wrap: ghow Elijah e chloagey, as ren eh filley eh dy cheilley Bible

injillaghey See ginjillaghey change down, condescend, cut, cut down, debase, defer, degrade, demote, depreciate, depress, die down, humble, humiliate, level down, reduce, relegate, sink, step down, subdue, subject, submit, subordinate, turn down, vulgarise, vulgarize: As bee oo er dty injillaghey Bible; degradation, demotion, depreciation, depression, humiliation, reduction, subordination, vulgarisation; (morally) cheap; stoop; downgrade; humbled

irree1 (=Ir. éirí, éirigh) 1 accrue, arise, ascent, awake, climb, get off, get up, heave, lift, lilt, rise, stand up, step up, swarm, tip, turn out, upgrade, up-grade a: Va'n ghrian er n'irree er y thalloo tra hie Lot stiagh ayns Zoar. Bible; 2 (as plane) take off; 3 emotion, passion

irree magh1 (f.) insurgent, insurrection, mutiny, outbreak, rebellion, revolt, revolution, rising, sedition, turn out, uprising, uproar: er-dyn laa daag oo cheer Egypt, derrey haink shiu gys yn ynnyd shoh, ta shiu er ve ayns irree magh noi yn Chiarn. Bible; (v.) rebel, rise, uprise: as nee Israel hene toiggal; my te er-chee dy irree magh, ny ayns mee-viallys da'n Chiarn, (shen myr choonys eh lhien,) Bible

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