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under (prep.) fo: You'll find your handkerchief either on or under the chair - Yiow dty vussal er ny fo yn stoyl-drommey. JJK idiom; (pref.) lhiass-; heese; cosh

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as under myr fo: as under the law - myr fon leigh Bible; myr ta heese

bring under (v.) cur fo smaght, cur lesh fo

come under (v.) cheet fo

dwell under cummal fo

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

get under (v.) cur fo chosh; goll fo: To get under sail - Dy gholl fo hiauill. DF idiom

go under (v.) goll fo

keep under freayll fo; freayll fo smaght; tannaghtyn fo

parliamentary under-secretary (n.) fo-scrudeyr ard-whaillagh

under arrest fo ghlass

under command fo harey

under construction (v.) goll er kiaddey

under control fo smaght; fo stiurey

under her foee

under him fosyn

under investigation (adj.) fo ronsaghey

under jaw (n.) cab keeil

under licence lesh kied

under me foym

under oath fo loo

under repair dy charraghey; goll er karraghey

under strength annoon

under subscribed neulaneit

under surveillance fo arrey

under suspension fo smaght

under tax fo cheesh

under thee foyd: why should he take awaythy bed from under thee? - cre te eisht, agh dy gow eh voïd dty lhiabbee ta foyd? Bible

under them foue: and the cloud is not rent under them - as cha vel y bodjal er ny scoltey foue Bible

under us foin: The ground gave way under us - Doshil y thalloo foin. DF idiom

under water fo ushtey

under way (n.) fo-raad

under you foyd; feue

field under corn (n.) magher fo arroo

Meadow Under the Church (n.) Lheannee Fo Cheeill

pouch under eyes (n.) splughan

promised under oath (v.) breearrit

shelf under water (n.) immyr

speak under breath (v.) sansheraght, sonsheraght; (to); (dy) loayrt myr sannish

under cover of night er oie

under government control fo stiurey yn reiltys

under lock and key fo ghlass

under sentence of death (v.) deyrit gy baase

Under the Church (n.) Fo Cheeill

under the doctor (v.) fo kiarail y fer lhee

Under the Hill (n.) Fo Cronk: and builded an altar under the hill - as hrog eh altar fon chronk Bible

under the influence of drink fo greim jough

Under the Mountain (n.) Fo Lieau; cosh y clieau: And ye came near and stood under the mountain - As haink shiu er-gerrey, as hass shiu ec cosh y clieau Bible

Under the Mountain East (n.) Fo Lieau Hiar

Under the Mountain West (n.) Fo Lieau Heear

Under the Road (n.) Fo Raad

under the sod fo'n 'oaid; 'syn oaye

under the treaty rere y conaant

under the wind fo'n gheay

fo ghlass hair trigger; locked up, under lock and key: Ta ny lioaryn fo ghlass. Bible; under arrest

foyd below you, under you; under thee: bee dty noidyn er nyn goyrt foyd Bible

goll fo founder, get under, submerge; go under, set; undergo: goll fo mooarane surranse veih'n chanstyr Bible; sinking

influence (v.) cleayney, kiangley; obbraghey: Under the influence of drink - As yn jough gobbraghey er. DF idiom; (n.) obbragh, pooar; cummaght: Under the influence of republicanism - Fo cummaght poblaghteyrys. DF idiom

threat baggyrt: She was under a threat of illness - Va'n chingys baggyrt urree. DF idiom; baggyrtys: He was under the threat of death - V'eh fo baggyrtys baaish. DF idiom

cab keeil under jaw

fo ronsaghey under investigation

fo smaght cowed, curbed, downtrodden, under control, under suspension: Agh ta mee ginjillaghey mannym, as freayll eh fo smaght, myr lhiannoo ter ny harbaa veih e voir Bible

myr fo as under

neulaneit under subscribed

splughan (f.) pouch under eyes

cover coodagh: Under separate cover - Fo coodagh er lheh. DF idiom; moggaid, brat, farkyl, coamree, coodee; breidaghey; gioal; keiltyn: It is only a cover-up - Cha nel eh agh keiltyn. DF idiom; mooinney; poagey screeuee; scaa: Under cover of your wings - Fo scaa dty skianyn. DF idiom; urrysaght; fastee: To break cover - Dy irree ass yn fastee. DF idiom; (v.) coodaghey; (y) choodaghey; cur harrish

under- (pref.) fo-

under-cooked (as bread) teaystagh

under-dose (n.) towse giare

under-estimate coontey fo'n earroo oc, soiaghey beg jeh

under-exposure fo-roostey

under-gardener (n.) fo-ghareyder, lhiass-ghareyder

under-inflation fo-hionney

under-keeper (n.) fo-veoir

under-nourished (adj.) goan-veaghit; goan-veeit

under-ripe glass-appee

under-secretary (n.) fo-screeudeyr; lhiass-screeudeyr

under-strata (n.) fo-eaghtyryn

under-tenancy (n.) fo-hannystys

under-tenant (n.) fo-hannys

cur lesh fo bring under

Fo Cheeill Under the Church

fo-eaghtyryn under-strata

fo-ghareyder assistant gardener, under-gardener

fo-hannys subtenant, under-tenant

fo-hannystys under-tenancy

fo-hionney under-inflation

Fo Lieau Under the Mountain

Fo Raad Under the Road

fo-roostey under-exposure, underexposure

fo-screeudeyr under-secretary

fo-scrudeyr ard-whaillagh parliamentary under-secretary

fo-veoir under-keeper

freayll fo smaght keep under

glass-appee under-ripe

goan-veaghit under-nourished

goan-veeit underfed, under-nourished

lhiass-ghareyder under-gardener

lhiass-screeudeyr assistant secretary, under-secretary

myr ta heese as under

breearrit maintained, professed, promised under oath, vowed

coontey fo'n earroo oc under-estimate, underestimate

fo greim jough under the influence of drink

fo kiarail y fer lhee under the doctor

Fo Lieau Heear Under the Mountain West

Fo Lieau Hiar Under the Mountain East

fo stiurey yn reiltys under government control

Lheannee Fo Cheeill Meadow Under the Church

lhiass- assistant, deputy, deutero, pro-, step-, under, vice

loayrt myr sannish (dy); (to) speak under breath

magher fo arroo field under corn

rere y conaant under the treaty

teaystagh doughy, ill-baked, pasty; (as bread) under-cooked

guise (n.) scaa: Under the guise of friendship - Fo scaa caarjys. DF idiom

treaty (n.) conaant: Under the treaty - Rere y conaant. DF idiom; margey

cosh (=Ir. cos.) foot, under: hass shiu ec cosh y clieau Bible

cur fo chosh get under, overwhelm, reduce, rid, subdue, suppress, suppression

dy charraghey under repair: Hooar ee dooinney dy charraghey yn uinnag. DF

fo- (pref.) infra-, minor, sub-, under-; inferior, lower

foin below us, under us: Ver eh sheese y pobble foin Bible

fo'n gheay alee, under the wind: Ta'n plaggad mooireerey fo'n gheay. DF

fo'n 'oaid buried, interred, under the sod: T'eh fo'n 'oaid nish. DF

fosyn before him, under him: fosyn va daa cheead as kiare-feed thousane Bible

freayll fo control, keep under, restrain: ta ny Egyptianee freayll fo bondiaght Bible

'syn oaye under the sod: Heeyn ad magh eh 'syn oaye DF

tannaghtyn fo keep under: nee eh tannaghtyn fo scaa yn Ooilley-niartal. Bible

armholes (npl.) achlishyn: Put now these old cast clouts and rotten rags under thine armholes - Cur nish ny shenn chloodyn ceaut, as ny frytlaggyn loau shoh fo dty achlishyn Bible

arrest cummal; goaill: He is under arrest - T'eh goit. DF idiom; goaill seose; gow seose; stad

bare1 (v.) baarey, loamey, lommey, meayllaghey, roostey, rooishtey; (impv) baare; (adj.) lhome; lhomey: Running under bare poles - Shiaulley fo cruin lhomey DF idiom

bushel (n.) tubbag; saagh: Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel - Chamoo ta sleih foaddey cainle, as dy choyrt ee fo saagh Bible

captain1 (n.) ard-leeideilagh, captan glass, captan lhuingey, captan marrey, kiannoort; captan: Ship under command of Captain Watterson - Lhong fo kioneys Captan Kodhere. DF idiom

circumstance1 (n.) cor: Not under any circumstance - Cha nee er chor erbee. DF idiom

clearance1 (n.) chiarrey, glenney, shiaulley; scoip: There is not enough clearance under the bridge - Cha nel scoip dy liooar dy gholl fo'n droghad. DF idiom

come out (v.) cheet magh: Come out from under the table - Tar magh ass fo'n voayrd. DF idiom; cheet rish; gobbey; shassoo magh

control1 gurneil; cramman; smaght; niart-stiuree; (v.) jean gurneil, freayll fo, smaghtey, streeaney; stiurey: Under government control - Fo stiurey yn reiltys. DF idiom

Crete (n.) (Y) Chreet; Crete: we sailed under Crete, over against Salmone - hiauill shin fo Crete, magh veih Salome Bible

escort1 (v.) gardey: He was sent there under escort - V'eh currit gys shen as gardey er. DF idiom; (n.) lhong choadee

handkerchief (n.) bussal laue: You'll find your handkerchief either on or under the chair - Yiow dty vussal er ny fo yn stoyl-drommey. JJK idiom

lee cheu yn astee: Under the lee of the island - Er cheu yn astee jeh'n ellan. DF idiom

legs (npl.) lurgaghyn: His legs sank under him - Lhoob ny lurgaghyn echey fosyn. DF idiom

necessity (n.) egin: He is under the necessity of doing it - Shegin da jannoo eh. DF idiom; feme; ymmyrch

out from magh ass: Come out from under the table - Tar magh ass fo'n voayrd. DF idiom

overseers (npl.) aspickyn; stiurtyn: Mahath, and Benaiah, were overseers under the hand of Cononiah - Mahath, as Benaiah, nyn stiurtyn fo Cononiah Bible

palm tree (n.) billey palm: And she dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah - As vee cummal fo billeypalm Bible

poles (npl.) sthewir; poullyn; cruin: Running under bare poles - Shiaulley fo cruin lhomey. - Shiaulley fo cruin lhomey. DF idiom

repair coamrey, lhiassee; karraghey: Under repair - Goll er karraghey. DF idiom; lhiasaghey; aacherraghey

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

ships (npl.) lhongyn: The ships were under escort - Va ny lhongyn fo choadey. DF idiom; lhuing

annoon feeble, frail, impotent, infirm, under strength, weak from birth: Shen va annoon cha vel shiu er niartaghey Bible

cheet fo come under, come within, seepage: jeh cre-erbee ta cheet fo'n lorg Bible

cosh y clieau Under the Mountain: hass shiu ec cosh y clieau, nas va'n slieau lostey lesh aile gys mean yn aer, lesh dorraghys, bodjallyn, as dorraghys dowin. Bible

cummal fo 1 backwater; 2 dwell under a: Nee adsyn ta cummal fo yn scadoo echey chyndaa reesht Bible

cur fo smaght bring under, discipline, repress, subject: Cha nee agh jannoo caggey ayns fendeilys ny moir-cheerey fodmayd cur fo smaght as fo chosh ny kied- wuillteyryn as cosney seyrsnys nyn jeer. GB

deyrit gy baase under sentence of death: lhig da ve deyrit gy baase. Bible

er oie by night, nightly, under cover of night: freill-ym arrey er oie as laa. Bible; at night

feue below you, under you: Ta mee cur y lane feue dy yannoo y chooid smessey eu. DF

fo (=Ir. faoi) (prep.) assistant, junior, secondary, subsidiary, underlying; below, beneath, under: scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer Bible; sunken; dependent; (of street) off

fo arrey under surveillance: Tooryn ard niau ta seyr sthill veih danjeyr y noidys ain; t'ad freilt fo arrey gyere dy ainleyn sollys, eillit lesh pooar nyn ree. PC

fo cheesh (financially) taxed, under tax: t'eh imraait dy dug Murchad mac Dairmod fo chosh dooinney ennagh enmyssit 'mac Rennell' ayns Mannin as dy row Mannin currit fo cheesh echey neesht. GB; tributary

Fo Cronk Under the Hill: As cheer ny Gibliteyn, as ooilley Lebanon, lesh y shiar, veih Baal-gad fo cronk Hermon derrey hig oo gys Hamath Bible

foee below her, under her: Nish ta ny renneeyn mooarey er ve marrooit liorish yn Thie Tashtee foddee shiu cronnaghey ny clagheenyn gorrym my-vlaa t'er ve follit fo'ee. Carn

fo harey by order, mandated, under command: As deie ad orroo, as hug ad fo harey ad gyn dy loayrt eddyr, ny dy ynsaghey ayns ennym Yeesey. Bible

fo laue at hand; by the hand, in the hand, under the hand: As daag eh ooilley ny v'echey fo laue Yoseph; as cha row kairail erbee er son nhee erbee dy row echey Bible; underhand; read

fo loo sworn in, under oath: Ta mee cur oo fo loo dar y Jee bio. DF

fo stiurey under control: Y laa lurg yn çhaglym, hug ny h-Albinee as y Britaanagh shilley er thie Duke Video, fo stiurey Charles Guard. Dhoor

foue below them, under them: As myrgeddin yn ashoon, foue vees ad ayns bondiaght Bible

fo ushtey awash, sub-aqua, submerged, under water: bee ad thooilley roie harrish ny brooinyn, as ver ad yn cheer fo ushtey Bible

foym below me, under me: eaisht rish y choraa ocsyn ta girree foym. Bible

goll er karraghey undergoing repairs, under repair: Ta Ben my Chree goll er karraghey dy chooilley chor vlein, as bee shen jeant y vee shoh. BS

goll er kiaddey under construction: Shione dooin nagh vel ny scoillyn ooilley niartal as aignaghyn paitchyn goll er kiaddey. Carn

heese (=Ir. thíos) 1 (static) beneath, down, downhill, hereafter, lower end, under a: v'ad juntit cooidjagh veih heese dy heose Bible; 2 (prices) knock-down

immyr (f.) pl. imraghyn bed, butt, ridge: Immyr ta doillee dy hraaue. DF; headland; shelf under water

lesh kied under licence, with permission: Son cha jig-ym dy yeeaghyn shiu nish er my yurnah, agh ta mee treishteil dy vaarail tammylt dy hraa mêriu, lesh kied y Chiarn. Bible

sansheraght (=Ir. sanasaireachd) (f.) See sonsheraght whisper; (v.) annunciate, speak under breath, whispering: Ta ooilley my noidyn sansheraght cooidjagh m'oï Bible

sonsheraght (v.) speak under breath, susurrate, whisper; (f.) whispering: aghterbee, choud's va shin nyn shassoo ayns shen cheayll shin sonsheraght cheet veih cheu-mooie y chenn thie-chabbyl va eddyr y thie-cheirdey Louis Corkill, ny ghaaue-dhoo, as yn oik Yimmy Clague, marchan-geayllyn. Coraa

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

authority (n.) lught-reill; torrity, currym; eaghtyrys: I am under his authority - Ta mee fo'n eaghtyrys echey. DF idiom; pooar: He went beyond his authority - Hie eh erskyn y pooar echey. DF idiom; ard-ynseyder: He is an authority on Manx - She ard-ynseyder ny Gaelgey eh. DF idiom; ard-reill

blot out (v.) cur mow; dolley: and blot out their name from under heaven - as dy bollagh dolley ass yn ennym oc fo niau Bible; dollaghey, mooghey, scryssey magh; cur ass cooinaghtyn: that thou shalt blot out the remembrance of Amalek - dy der oo ass cooinaghtyn ennym Amalek Bible

carnal (adj.) callinagh: but I am carnal, sold under sin - agh ta mish callinagh creckit fo peccah Bible; foalley: are ye not carnal, and walk as men? - nagh vel shiu foalley, as gimmeeaght myr deiney? Bible; seihltagh: is it a great thing if we shall reap your carnal things? - nee madyr mooar eh my nee mayd buinn ny nheeghyn seihltagh eu? Bible

consider (v.) smooinaghtyn er: We have it under consideration - Ta shin smooinaghtyn er. DF idiom; sursmooinaghtyn; smooinee; smooinee er; toiggys; ennaghtyn; smooinaghtyn; (to); (dy) hursmooinaghtyn; smooinee dy dowin er; cur tastey da: Consider the lilies of the field - Cur-jee tastey da lileeyn ny magheragh. DF idiom; goaill baght

consideration (n.) frioose; geill: We have it under consideration - Ta shin cur geill da. DF idiom; leagh: He did it for a consideration - Ren eh son leagh eh. DF idiom; sursmooinaght: After due consideration - Erreish da sursmooinaght cooie. DF idiom; tastey; thort

dam (n.) doour, loghan, ushtey stangit; moir: When a bullock, or a sheep, or a goat, is brought forth, then it shall be seven days under the dam - Tra ta lheiy, ny eayn, ny mannan ruggit, eisht bee eh er e voir shiaght laa Bible; (v.) stangey

devotion (n.) ooashley, padjer, jeirk; craueeaght: Under the mask of devotion - Fo scaa craueeaght. DF idiom; jeelysaght: He only recovered because of her devotion - Cha ren eh couyral agh son e jeelysaght. DF idiom; firrinys: Devotion to the truth - Firrinys da'n irriney. DF idiom

Gaelic (n.) Gailck; Gaelg: He is a Gaelic-speaking man - Ta Gaelg echey. DF idiom; (adj.) Gaelgagh: Mann, not only free but Gaelic - Mannin, cha nee seyr ynrican agh Gaelgagh. DF idiom; Gailckagh: Under the auspices of the Manx Gaelic Society - Fo scaa ny Sheshaght Ghailckagh. DF idiom

Jews (npl.) (Ny) Hewnyn: Where is he that is born King of the Jews? - Cre vel ree ny Hewnyn ter jeet er y theihll? Bible; Ewnyn: for we have before proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under sin - son ta shin roïe er phrowal dy vel chammah Ewnyn as Ashoonee, ooilley fo peccah Bible

reason (v.) arganey, resoonaghey, resooney, skaliygh; (n.) fa, oyr; resoon: We've reason to believe that our under-taking will prove lucrative - Ta resoon ain credjal dy jeanmayd argid ass y ventyr. JJK idiom

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

subdue (v.) cur fo chosh: I will subdue all thine enemies - neems myrgeddin ooilley dty noidyn y choyrt fo-chosh Bible; cur sheese: He shall subdue the peoples under us - Ver eh sheese y pobble foin Bible; goaill yn varriaght: and subdue with sling stones - as yiow ad yn varriaght lesh claghyn-sling Bible; injillaghey: to subdue nations before him - dy injillaghey ashoonyn kiongoyrt rish Bible; reill: replenish the earth, and subdue it - jean-jee yn seihll magh lesh cummaltee, as reill-jee harrish Bible

submit (v.) beasaghey, bial, cur roish, cur stiagh; (to); (d’) injillagh; injillaghey: as jean oo hene y injillaghey fo yn laue eck - and submit thyself under her hands Bible; ginjillaghey: Submitting yourselves one to another in the fear of God - Ginjillaghey shiu hene yn derrey yeh gys y jeh elley ayns aggle Yee Bible

treasury (n.) kishtey yn staait; tashtaghan; kishtey yn stoyr: And Jesus sat over against the treasury - As myr va Yeesey ny hoie liorish kishtey yn stoyr Bible; thie tashtee: and went into the house of the king under the treasury - as hie eh stiagh gys thie yn ree fo yn thie-tashtee Bible; room tashtee: These words spake Jesus in the treasury - Ny goan shoh loayr Yeeseysy room tashtee Bible

fo-raad (of road) branch, secondary road; en route, in motion, in transit, on the road, under way; started: Lhisagh claare-traenal fondagh ve currit fo raad, as, ec y traa cheddin, lhisagh stoo ynsee cooie goll er croo as ve currit er- e-hoshiaght. Carn

soiaghey beg jeh despise, misprize, set a low value on, under-estimate, underrate, undervalue, underestimate: As my nee shiu soiaghey beg jeh my lattyssyn, as cur-cooyl rish my vriwnyssyn Bible

towse giare under-dose, scant measure, short measure: Vel foast ny tashtaghyn dy vee-chairys ayns thie ny mee-chairal, as yn towse giare ta feodagh ? Bible


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