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two daa: If you chase two hares you will catch neither - My chloys oo daa waagh cha dayr oo unnane jeu. JJK idiom; ghaa: He doubled up his two fists - Ghooin eh e ghaa ghoarn. DF idiom; jees: To walk in two's - Dy hooyl jees as jees. DF idiom


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two by two jees as jees

twenty two (n.) jees as feed

two-barred crossbill (n.) gob cam skian-vane

two-edged blade (n.) blod daa foyr

two-edged sword (n.) cliwe dy ghaa-foyr

two ends (npl.) daa chione

Two Glens (npl.) Daa Ghlion

two leaved cooyllee-dooble

two-leaved table (n.) boayrd daa ghuillag

two o'clock jees er y chlag: It's only just two o'clock - Cha nel eh agh jees er y chlag. JJK idiom

Two Roads (npl.) Daa Raad

two thousand (n.) daa housane

two-tier system (n.) coarys daa-leval

Between Two Turbaries (n.) Eddyr Ghaa Woanee

land two years ploughed (n.) ceabbagh

one of two things (n.) lieh

product of two fractions (n.) troar daa chorrillagh

rope of two strands (n.) tead daa 'illey

two buoys on net (n.) cass-vollag

Two Heads' Cave (n.) Ooig y Daa Chione

two horse swingle tree (n.) breadagh whing

Two Meeting's Stone (n.) Clagh y Daa Heet

Two Mountain Point (n.) Gob ny Daa Slieau

Two Penny Croft (n.) Croit y Daa Phing

two thousand and twelve (n.) feed cheead as daa-yeig

two year female goat (n.) minjagh

two year old sheep (n.) thannid

fastened (v.) chrogh; sniemmey: And the two ends of the two wreathen chains they fastened in the two ouches - As daa chione y daa link feeit ren ad sniemmeysy daa socket Bible; kianlt: a sword fastened upon his loins - fine kianlt er e veeghyn Bible; jeant shickyr: with a footstool of gold, which were fastened to the throne lesh stoyl-coshey dy airh, va jeant shickyr gys y stoyl-reeoil Bible; shickyraghey: Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? - Cre er ta ny undinyn echey er ny hickyraghey? Bible; eiyrit shickyr: and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies - as myr treinaghyn eiyrit shickyr liorish mainshtyryn y cho-chruinnaght Bible; lhian: there came a viper out of the heat, and fastened on his hand - haink ard-nieu ass y chiass, as lhian eh rish e laue. Bible

jees as jees in pairs, two by two: hie ad stiagh gys Noah ayns yn arg, jees as jees Bible

Daa Ghlion Two Glens

two-dimensional (adj.) daa howshanagh

two-edged daa foyr; daa-foyragh

two-ended (adj.) daa-chioneagh

two-eyed (adj.) daa-hooillagh

two-faced (adj.) foalsey, lhiam-lhiat

two-footed (adj.) daa-chassagh, daa-choshagh

two-handed (adj.) daa-laueagh

two-horned (adj.) daa-eairkagh

two-legged daa-chassagh; daa-choshagh

two-masted daa chroan

two-master (n.) lhong daa chroan

two-phase daa-phaasagh

two-piece daa veer

two-ply (adj.) daa-'illit

two-pole daa-phoalagh

two-seater (n.) da jees

two-speed daa vieauid

two-step ghaa cheim

two-storey daa lout

two-stroke (n.) daa-vuillagh, daa-vuilley

two-thirds (n.) daa hreen

two-toed (adj.) daa vair; daa-vairagh

two-way1 (adj.) daa hroagh; daa vollagh

two-way2 (adj.) (as cock etc) dooblit

coarys daa-leval two-tier system

daa-chioneagh double-headed, two-ended

daa-choshagh two-footed, two-legged

daa chroan two-masted

daa-eairkagh bicornuous, two-horned

daa foyr double-edged, two-edged

daa-foyragh double-edged, two-edged

daa-hooillagh binocular, two-eyed

daa howshanagh two-dimensional

daa hreen two-thirds

daa hroagh two-way

daa-'illit two-ply

daa-laueagh bimanous, two-handed

daa lout two-storey

daa-phaasagh two-phase

daa-phoalagh bipolar, two-pole

daa vair two-toed

daa-vairagh two-toed

daa veer two-piece

daa vieauid two-speed

daa vollagh two-way

daa-vuillagh duple, two-stroke

daa-vuilley two-stroke

ghaa cheim (f.) two-step

jees as feed (=Ir. dis agus fichitt) twenty two

lhong daa chroan (f.) two-master

blod daa foyr two-edged blade

boayrd daa ghuillag two-leaved table

breadagh whing (f.) two horse swingle tree

cass-vollag (f.) net buoy, two buoys on net

ceabbagh cloddy, lumpy; land two years ploughed

Clagh y Daa Heet Two Meeting's Stone

Croit y Daa Phing Two Penny Croft

feed cheead as daa-yeig two thousand and twelve

gob cam skian-vane two-barred crossbill

Gob ny Daa Slieau Two Mountain Point

jees er y chlag two o'clock

minjagh nanny goat, two year female goat

Ooig y Daa Chione Two Heads' Cave

tead daa 'illey rope of two strands

troar daa chorrillagh (f.) product of two fractions

cooyllee-dooble two leaved: dy osley roishyn ny giattyn cooyllee-dooble Bible

da jees two-seater: Gleashtan da jees. DF

about (prep.) mygeayrt, mooish; mysh: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom; (to) er chee; mychione: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

add1 (v.) cur hug; cur: Add two to three - Cur jees dys tree. DF idiom

alike (adj., adv.) cochasley rish, cosoylagh; colaik: They are alike as two peas - T'ad cha colaik as daa phishyr. JJK idiom; goll ry-cheilley, gollrish y cheilley

beforehand rolaue: There are two bad payments, beforehand and never - Daa ghrogh eeck t'ayn, eeck rolaue as dyn eeck edyr. DF idiom

bird (n.) ushag: A bird in the hand is as good as two in he bush - Ta ushag 'sy laue chammah as jees 'sy tammag. JJK idiom

brine (n.) sailley: We must keep it two or three days longer in the brine - Shegin dooin cummal ee ghaa ny tree laghyn ny sodjey ayns y taailley. JJK idiom

catch1 (v.) berraghtyn, glackey, goaill, goaill greim, goaill greim er, greim, greimmey, tayrtyn; tayr: If you chase two hares you will catch neither - My chloys oo daa waagh cha dayr oo unnane jeu. JJK idiom; taare; (n.) croymmag, ronneeaght, sneg, snig

close together (adj.) faggys dy-cheilley; chionn cooidjagh: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; chionn er y cheilley: Lying close together - Nyn lhie chionn er y cheilley. DF idiom

cradle (n.) clean: There's a man or two rocking a cradle of another's child - Ta dooinney ny ghaa leaystey clean nagh vel bentyn da hene. DF idiom; (v.) cur ayns clean

crucified crossit; er ny chrossey: Then were there two thieves crucified with him - Eisht va daa vaarliagh er ny chrossey mârish Bible

edged (adj.) foyragh: Two-edged sword - Cliwe daa-foyragh. DF idiom; geyre

for a penny er ping: Two for a penny - Jees er ping. DF idiom

four kiare: Four times two is eight - Ta kiare keayrtyn daa jannoo hoght. DF idiom

France (n.) (Yn) Rank: England and France are two powerful states - Ta Sostyn as yn Rank daa steat pooaral. JJK idiom

guarantee (n.) raanteenys; barrantys: Clock with guarantee for two years - Clag as barrantys daa vlein lesh. DF idiom; raane; (v.) cur raane son, goll raane er son

liver (n.) aane: the caul above the liver, and the two kidneys - y skairt ta erskyn yn aane, as y daa aarey Bible; (n.) fer beaghey; (adj.) aaneagh

lobster (n.) gimmagh: Two immature lobsters equal one lobster - Ta daa pherick jannoo un ghimmagh. DF idiom

longer lhiurey; liurey; odjey; (ny) sodjey: We must keep it two or three days longer in the brine - Shegin dooin cummal ee ghaa ny tree laghyn ny sodjey ayns y taailley. JJK idiom; sodjey

metres (npl.) meteryn: Three metres in depth - Tree meteryn er diunid. DF idiom; metyryn: Three metres by two metres - Tree metyryn er daa vetyr. DF idiom

minutes (npl.) giare-hennaghys, imraaghyn-giarey, mynimmeeaghtyn; minnidyn: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom

more clever s'aghtalley: Which of the two is more clever, the Royalist or the Republican? - Quoi jeh'n jees s'aghtalley ta, yn Reeoilagh ny yn Poblaghtagh? JJK idiom

nothing neunhee: Two goals to nil - Daa ghean noi neunhee. DF idiom; veg: Nothing is worse than that - Cha vel veg ny smessey na shen. JJK idiom; folmid

odd (adj.) joarree, lieh-chiart, neuchadjin, quaagh; coayr; cor: I can understand an odd word or two - Ta mee toiggal cor 'ockle ny ghaa. DF idiom; neuchorrym: These shoes are odd - Ta ny braagyn shoh neuchorrym. DF idiom

of snuff smalee; (dy) smigh: He has sold me two ounces of snuff - T'eh er chreck dou unss dy smigh. JJK idiom

of them jeu, jeusyn: Each of them - Dagh fer jeu. DF idiom; oc, ocsyn: I got in between the two of them - Hie mee stiagh eddyr yn jees oc. DF idiom; rouesyn

only (adj., adv.) ynrican: You will be the only ones there - Bee shiu ny feallagh ynrican aynshen. JJK idiom; unrick, ynrycan, ynrickan; agh: I have only two - Cha nel agh jees aym. JJK idiom

peg cass; dhull; kibbin; ogher; pinn; pinney; sheaym; keim: He took him down a peg or two - Hug eh keim sheese ny ghaa eh. DF idiom

pieces (npl.) stuckanyn; meeryn; peeshyn: Now put two or three pieces of wood on - Nish cur er ghaa ny tree peeshyn dy fuygh. JJK idiom

powerful (adj.) abyl; breeoil; cummaghtagh; cummeydagh; erreartagh; lajer; mooar; niartal; pooaragh; pooaral: England and France are two powerful states - Ta Sostyn as yn Rank daa steat pooaral. JJK idiom; reiragh; reirtagh

pretty (adj.) breagh, bwoyagh; bwaagh: The garden is looking very pretty now - Ta'n garey jeeaghyn feer waagh nish. JJK idiom; aalin: He has two pretty children - Ta daa lhiannoo aalin echey. JJK idiom

product (n.) toarey; troar: The product of two fractions - Troar daa chorrillagh. DF idiom

quarter1 aird, kease, raiee, ynnyd; kerroo: It's about a quarter to two - Te mysh kerroo dys jees. JJK idiom; kierroo; (v.) cur ayns aaght, jannoo kerrooyn jeh

question fenaght, keisht; feysht: There are two sides to every question - Ta daa lhiattee er dagh feysht. JJK idiom; fenaghtyn; question; (v.) feyshtey, keishtey

royalist (n.) reeoilagh: Which of the two is more clever, the Royalist or the Republican? - Quoi jeh'n jees s'aghtalley ta, yn Reeoilagh ny yn Poblaghtagh? JJK idiom; reeoiltagh

saddle dreeym; jeelt: Come and see the horse, for the saddle of which I paid two guineas - Trooid as jeeagh y cabbyl son y jeelt echeysyn d'eeck mee daa phunt. JJK idiom; jeeltagh; jeeltal; jeeltey

salmon (n.) braddan: He played a salmon for two hours - Hug eh eeastagh da braddan rish daa oor. DF idiom

senior1 kied; shanstyr; shanstyragh; (ny) shinney: He is two years senior to me - T'eh daa vlein ny shinney na mish. DF idiom; toshee

snuff (v.) goaill sneeshyn; (n.) smigh: He has sold me two ounces of snuff - T'eh er chreck dou daa unss dy smigh. JJK idiom; sneeshyn

summit (n.) ard-veinn, baare, beinn; mullagh: We spent two hours on the summit of the mountain - Cheau shin daa oor er mullagh y clieau. JJK idiom; pen

target1 (n.) braaid, dean, targad; target: And king Solomon made two hundred targets of beaten gold - As ren ree Solomon daa cheead target dy airh hammarit Bible

together (adj., adv.) cooidjagh: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; dy cheilley, kione y cheilley, lesh y cheilley, my cheilley; ry-cheilley: Colours blending together - Daaghyn goll stiagh ry-cheilley. DF idiom; noi-ry-hoi

tower1 (n.) peeley; toor: This tower is two hundred feet high - Ta'n toor shoh daa cheead hrie er yrjid. JJK idiom

trout (n.) brack; breck: A trout in the hand is worth two in the pool - Ta breck 'sy laue ny share na braddan 'sy lhingey. DF idiom; brick

would contain chummagh: as great as would contain two measures of seed - wheesh as chummagh daa howse dy arroo Bible

daa (=O.Ir. ) deuce, two: As ghow'n ven yn daa ghooinney, as ren ee follaghey ad Bible; both [L. duo]

daa chione two ends: As y daa chione elley jeh'n daa link nee oo shickyr ayns y daa hocket, as ver oo ad er shligganyn yn ephod cheu-veealloo. Bible; accoladed

daa housane two thousand: ren ad jeelym jeu ayns ny raaidyn-mooarey, queig thousaneyn dooinney; as deiyr ad dy creoi geiyrt orroo gys Gidom, as varr ad daa housane dooinney jeu. Bible

Daa Raad Two Roads: As hie ad rhymboo, as hooar ad y lhiy kianlt cheu-mooie jeh'n dorrys, ayns boayl va daa raad cheet dy cheilley: as deayshil ad ee. Bible

dooblit 1 bipartite, double, dual, duplex, twofold a: reaish er lhiurid, as reaish er lheead, tra ve dooblit Bible; 2 (as cock etc) two-way

ghaa1 See daa twain, two: ghow eh e ghaa ven, as e ghaa harvaant, as e un vac jeig, as hie ad harrish yn awin Jabbok. Bible

jees (=Ir. dís) (f.) both, brace, couple, pair, twain, two: Hie stiagh gys Noah ayns yn arg, jees as jees Bible [OIr. dias]

lhiam-lhiat (m., f.) fickle person, inconsistent, turncoat, two-faced, unreliable person, Vicar of Bray

lieh (=Ir. leath) (f.) moiety, part; half, one of two things, mezzo: mâroosyn hie Hoshaiah, as lieh jeh princeyn Yudah Bible; behalf; makeshift; (dy) of people

thannid (f.) attenuation, leanness, liquidity, rareness, scragginess, shallowness, spareness, tenuity, thinness, weediness; (n.) two year old sheep

chase cloh, cloghey: If you chase two hares you will catch neither - My chloys oo daa waagh cha dayr oo unnane jeu. JJK idiom; cur sthoo da; eiyrt er; grainnaghey; magher; shelg: They are coming from the chase - T'ad cheet veih'n chelg. DF idiom; sthoo; thalloo shelg

close1 breen: It's very close - T'eh feer vreen. JJK idiom; chion: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; dooint, dooney; close; dooin; doont; faggys da; gloo; jeigh; jerrey; kione; plooghit; tayrn cooidjagh; faggys

engagement (n.) co-chaggey; currym; failley; gialdynys; goaill greme; naishtey; cah: Two thousand five hundred and thirty-four men were killed in this engagement - Va daa housane queig keead as tree jeig as feed dy gheiney er nyn marroo ayns y chah shoh. JJK idiom

even now nish hene; eer nish: My daughter is even now dead - Ta minneen eer nish paartail Bible; eer ec y traa shoh: even now there be come to me from mount Ephraim two young men - eer ec y traa shoh ter jeet hyms veih slieau Ephraim daa ghooinney aegey Bible; eer foast: But I know, that even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of God - Agh ta fys aym, eer foast, cre-erbee nee oo y yeearree er Jee Bible; dy jarroo nish: even now are there many antichrists - dy jarroo nish ta ymmodee anchreesteenyn ayn Bible

high1 ard: Not at all, it's high time to get up - Cha nee edyr, te ard traa dy irree. JJK idiom; gart, gort; ardey; dy ard; er yrjid: This tower is two hundred feet high - Ta'n toor shoh daa cheead hrie er yrjid. JJK idiom

line coyrd, skeog; craplag; keird; lineal; linney: Line that links up two towns - Linney ta ny kiangley eddyr daa valley. DF idiom; rann; rimmeigey; scheimmeig; scheimmeigey; sheeynag: Horizontal line - Sheeynag chochruinnagh. DF idiom; sliught; snaie; strane: Walk in line - Shooyl rere strane. DF idiom; strap; streng; tead; thow; line

more honourable (comp./sup.) s'ooasley; (ny) s'ooasle: and he was more honourable than all the house of his father - as veh ny sooasle na ooilley thie e ayrey Bible; (ny) sonnoroil: he was more honourable than the two - Veh ny sonnoroil nan jees Bible

point2 (n.) baare: The point of the sword - Baare y chliwe. DF idiom; birr, byr; bod; gob: Seal Point - Gob ny Rauney. DF idiom; kione: The Point of Ayre light - Thie Soilshey Kione ny Hayrey. DF idiom; point: Fourteen degrees below freezing point - Kiare keimyn jeig fo point rio. JJK idiom; poynt: You can give her a point or two to leeward John - Foddee oo poynt ny ghaa y lhiggey lhee Yuan. DF idiom; (v.) jeeraghey

pool (n.) co-rheynn, cochistey; dubbey: Playing tip round the pool - Cloie tig mygeayrt y dubbey. DF idiom; lhingey: A trout in the hand is worth two in the pool - Ta breck 'sy laue ny share na braddan 'sy lhingey. DF idiom; kishtey, loghan, poyll, poyll faarkee; (v.) cur ayns cochishtey

shall tread stampee: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months. - as yn ard-valley casherick stampee ad fo-chosh daa vee as da-eed Bible; stampys: for it is he that shall tread down our enemies - son she eshyn stampys sheese nyn noidyn Bible

slay (v.) cur gy baase, marroo; marr: Slay my two sons, if I bring him not to thee - Marr my ghaa vac, mannagh derym Bible; mar: Bring these men home, and slay - Cur lhiat ny deiney shoh thie as mar-jee Bible; stroie; (n.) sling fidderagh

species (n.) dooghys, kynney, sorch; dooie: The bird is like his species if there's down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom; keint: Two trees of like species - Daa villey jeh keint cosoylagh. DF idiom

succession (n.) cheet, eiraght; (ny) yei y cheilley: Two years in succession - Daa vlein ny yei y cheilley DF idiom; eiyrtyssaght; er mooin: They had a succession of victories - Va barriaght er mooin barriaght oc. DF idiom; er shayll y cheilley: In rapid succession - Dy chionn er shayll y cheilley. DF idiom

wood1 (n.) aamaid; foiee; fuygh: Now put two or three pieces of wood on - Nish cur er ghaa ny tree peeshyn dy fuygh. JJK idiom; keyll: Don't lose yourself in the wood - Ny caill shiu-hene 'sy cheyll. JJK idiom; ros; magin

cliwe dy ghaa-foyr two-edged sword: Agh tan jerrey eck sharroo myr yn ullymar, gyere myr cliwe dy ghaa-foyr. Bible

daa-chassagh biped, two-footed, two-legged: honnick eh yn aght dewil as mee-onneragh v'ad dellal rish fer jeh ny braaraghyn echey, cretoor daa-chassagh fegooish fedjagyn va annym echey CnyO

foalsey (=Ir. falsa) affected, bogus, counterfeit, dud, dummy, ersatz, fallacious, false, feigned, forged, hypocritical, perfidious, pinchbeck, sham, spurious, suppositious, tinsel, two-faced, unlawful, perverse, unfaithful, untrue, wicked: t'ad fockley magh diu ashlish foalsey Bible; (of victory) hollow; (as note) wrong; wily; deceitfully

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