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unnane (=Ir. aonán) (cards) ace; one: vannee eh dagh unnane oc Bible; identical


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dagh unnane every one: hed Aaron as e vec stiagh, as pointeil ad dagh unnane gys e hirveish, as gys e churrym. Bible

'nane rish unnane one-to-one

unnane jeh laghyn one of the days

unnane-jeig as feed thirty-one: Ooilley ny reeaghyn unnane-jeig as feed. Bible

unnane ny lomarcan only one

unnane-jeig eleven: Jokneam jeh Carmel, unnane; Ree Dor ayns slyst Dor, unnane ; ree ashoonyn Ghilgal, unnane; Ree Tirzah, unnane ; Ooilley ny reeaghyn unnane-jeig as feed. Bible

ace2 (cards) 'nane; unnane

every one dagh unnane

one of the days laa jeh ny laghyn; unnane jeh laghyn: ye shall desire to see one of the days of the Son of man - bee shiu aignagh dy akin unnane jeh laghyn Mac y dooinney Bible

lannoon (f.) 1 pl. lannoonyn twin a: ta dagh unnane lesh lannoon, as cha vel unnane gennish ny mast' oc Bible; 2 man and wife

identical (adj.) cheddin; ennee: That identical man - Yn dooinney shen ennee. DF idiom; jarroo: That's the identical thing - Ta shen yn jarroo red. DF idiom; myr y cheilley; unnane: A is identical with B - Ta A as B unnane. DF idiom

thirty-one unnane-jeig as feed

eleven (n., adj.) 'nane-jeig: His arrival was timed for eleven - V'eh son cheet ec nane jeig er y chlag. DF idiom; unnane-jeig: It's eleven o'clock at the latest - Te unnane-jeig er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmee. JJK idiom

one-to-one (adj.) nane rish nane, 'nane rish unnane

ayninyn in us: dy vod adsyn myrgeddin ve unnane ayninyn Bible

baljyn towns: lhig dooin meeiteil cooidjagh ayns unnane jeh ny baljyn Bible

breh beareth, bring forth, calveth, lay: dagh unnane jeu breh lannoon Bible

currymaghey (lay duty on) charge: as currymaghey dagh unnane eu myr ta ayr e chloan Bible

geamagh crying: cha vel unnane ta geamagh er dty ennym Bible

inshys tell: chamoo inshys oo eh da unnane erbee ayns y valley. Bible

jeusyn of them: Ta mish unnane jeusyn ta sheeoil as firrinagh Bible

lhome-lauee empty-handed: cha jig unnane erbee kiongoyrt rhym's lhome-lauee Bible

nyn drooid through them: nagh jed unnane nyn drooid. Bible

roie folley bleed, bleeding, haemorrhage: dagh unnane ta fo doghan roie folley Bible

vannee (v.) See bannee blessed: vannee eh dagh unnane oc Bible

yindyss wonder: bee yindyss mooar er dy chooilley unnane hed shaghey Bible

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

choose (v.) reih: Choose one of these guns - Reih unnane jeh ny gunnaghyn shoh. JJK idiom; teiy; tughtey

guns (npl.) gunneyn, gunnyn; gunnaghyn: Choose one of these guns - Reih unnane jeh ny gunnaghyn shoh. JJK idiom

indebted (adj.) fo feeaghyn, fo lhiastynys, lhiastynagh; ayns lhiastynys da: for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us - son ta shinyn myrgeddin leih da dy chooilley unnane ta ayns lhiastynys dooin Bible

largest (adj.) smoo: The second largest city in the world - Yn ardvalley smoo 'sy theihll agh unnane. DF idiom

merchants (npl.) marchanyn: He's one of the wealthiest merchants of the town - T'eh unnane jeh ny marchanyn s'berchee 'sy valley. JJK idiom; marchannyn; dellaryn

only one unnane ny lomarcan; ynrycan: she is the only one of her mother - teeish lhiannoo ynrycan e moir Bible

pigeons (npl.) calmaneyn: And he shall offer the one of the turtledoves, or of the young pigeons - As nee eh chebbal unnane jeh ny calmaneyn turtle, ny jeh ny calmaneyn aegey Bible

royal (adj.) reeoil: as one of the royal cities - myr unnane jeh ny ard-valjyn reeoil Bible

shall not fall cha duitt: and one of them shall not fall on the ground - as cha duitt unnane oc marroo er y thalloo Bible

wealthiest by-verchee; s'berchee: He's one of the wealthiest merchants of the town - T'eh unnane jeh ny marchanyn s'berchee 'sy valley. JJK idiom

as reddyn elley 1 additions a: cordail rish cummey dagh unnane oc; as reddyn elley ooilley mygeayrt. Bible; 2 et cetera

calmaneyn 1 pigeons a: As nee eh chebbal unnane jeh ny calmaneyn turtle, ny jeh ny calmaneyn aegey, lheid as oddys eh gheddyn; 2 doves a: Ta shin ooilley gullal myr y vuc-awin, as cooagey dy treih myr calmaneyn Bible

captanyn captains: ghow eh shey cheead reih fainagh as ooilley fainee Egypt, as captanyn harrish dagh unnane oc Bible

ceab pl. ceabyn clod, clump, lump: As goaill unnane jeh ny peeshyn gyn-ymmyd (dy jarroo ceab cam- crontagh) as er ghrainney eh dy kiarailagh ec e chaa, er chummey shen dy aghtal, as er chiaddey eh ayns cocaslys dooinney. Apoc; flake; ingot

clagh wyllin (f.) millstone: As quoi-erbee ver oyr da unnane jeh'n vooinjer veggey shoh ta credjal aynym's dy huittym ( veih'n chredjue ) bare da clagh wyllin dy ve croghit mysh e wannal, as eh dy ve tilgit ayns y cheayn. Bible

costyllagh costly: ayn-jee va jeant berchagh dy chooilley unnane va lhongyn oc er yn aarkey, liorish yn aght-baghee costyllagh eck Bible; burdensome: as cha bee'm costyllagh diu, son cha vel mee shirrey nyn gooid, agh shiu hene Bible

craie argillaceous, earthen: nee eh marroo unnane jeh ny eeanlee ayns saagh craie Bible

croghey1 (=Ir. crochadh) 1 climb, cling, fly, hang, hoist, sheer, suspension, swing, uplift, loft a: dagh unnane ta croghey er billey Bible; 2 taken up a: veh croghey eddyr yn aer as y thalloo Bible; 3 (as story) hinge; 4 pendant; 5 hanging

cur feoh da abhor, loathe, sicken: Son ta dy chooilley unnane ta jannoo dy holk, cur feoh da'n toilshey Bible

dty lurg after you: chamoo dty lurg nee unnane erbee troggal seose corrym rhyt. Bible

fer sloo lesser person: Son veihn fer sloo eer gys y fer smoo jeu, ta dy chooilley unnane sondagh er cosney Bible

gullarnee bay, howl; baying, howling, yowling: nee dagh unnane gullyrnee, keayney dy sharroo Bible

gyn smooinaght automatic, automatically, mechanical, unthinking: Shickyr cha nod fer gyn smooinaght er, as shickyr ta dy chooilley unnane ta jannoo shen treishteil dy ve sauçhey. CS

injil (=Ir. íseal) (vulgar) common; depressed, humble, low, low-built, low down, low-grade, low-level, low-lying, low-necked, low-pitched, lowly, subaltern, subdued: Ard as injil, berchagh as boght: dagh unnane ry-cheilley.

jinyn (emph.) of us: tan dooinney myr-yien er jeet dy ve myr unnane jinyn Bible

kyndid culpability, guilt: follym jeh foays v'ad, agh jeh olkys lane, kyndid nish gee er cooinsheanse dagh unnane; nyn stayd dy vaynrys wooar va caillit choiee, 's dy chosney reesht eh v'ad gyn saase erbee. PC

laa jeh day of: As shen myr nee oo jannoo er y chiaghtoo laa jeh'n vee, son dagh unnane ta fo marranys, as son eshyn ta mee-hushtagh Bible; day off

lhiannoo (=Ir. leanbh, Sc. leanabh) (gen.) pl. lhiennoo baby, child, family, infant: hug ee yn lhiannoo ny lhie fo unnane jeh ny thammagyn. Bible [O.Ir. lenab]

mast'eu (ny) amongst you: Nee eh cummal mayrt, eer ny mast'eu, 'syn ynnyd nee eh reih, ayns unnane erbee dy naillish jeh dty ard-valjyn Bible

neuwooiagh averse, discontented, disinclined, recalcitrant, reluctant, unpleased, unwilling: Cha vel y Chiarn moal mychione e ghialdynys, (myr ta paart dy gheiney coontey meillid) agh jeh surranse-foddey dooinyn, neuwooiagh dy jinnagh unnane erbee cherraghtyn, agh dy darragh-ooilley gys arrys. Bible

nuy jeig nineteen: Quoi yn dooinney ny mast' euish ta keead keyrrey echey, as coayl unnane jeu nagh vel eh faagail yn chiare-feed as yn nuy jeig ayns yn aasagh, as goll dy hirrey yn cheyrrey chailjey Bible

oural-arryltagh freewill offering: chammah jeh ny eaystyn-noa, as jeh ooilley feaillaghyn pointit y Chiarn, v'er ny chasherickey, as jeh dy chooilley unnane va chebbal dy aggindagh oural-arryltagh gys y Chiarn. Bible

soilshean ny hrooid shine through: Bee shiu unnane jeh uinnagyn glen Yee dy vod yn gloyr echey soilshean ny hrooid. EF

thammagyn 1 shrubs a: hug ee yn lhiannoo ny lhie fo unnane jeh ny thammagyn Bible; 2 thickets a: nee eh stroie ny dressyn as ny drineyn as nee eh foaddey ayns thammagyn ny keylley Bible

tostid dowin heavy silence: Harry son tammylt ny host, as dy chooilley nane foast briaght jeh, c'raad va'n aile, as fy-yerrey hrog Harry seose e laue, as huitt dagh unnane ayns tostid dowin. JC

traa liauyr long-term: yn cubbyl dooie shoh ayns y theihll noa jeant veagh myr unnane fo Jee, ny ard-sharvaant; jeh shoh ayns traa liauyr dy jig ashoon mooar, faggys corrym rish ainleyn hene ayns gloy PC

vrishys shall break: Quoi-erbee er-y-fa shen vrishys unnane jeh ny annaghyn sloo shoh Bible

vulturyn vultures: shen y raad vees ny vulturyn myrgeddin er nyn jaglym cooidjagh, dagh unnane marish e sheshey Bible

yiare divided: As ghow eh ad shoh ooilley, as yiare eh dagh unnane oc ayns daa ayrn Bible

ynnydyn places: Tar as lhig dooin tayrn er-gerrey gys unnane jeh ny ynnydyn shoh Bible; centres

ynsys teach: Quoi-erbee er-y-fa shen vrishys unnane jeh ny annaghyn sloo shoh, as ynsys myr shen, bee eh enmyssit yn fer sloo ayns reeriaght niau Bible

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

divided rheynnit: Let it be neither mine nor thine, but divide it - Ny lhig da ve edyr lhiams ny lhiats, agh lhig da ve rheynnit Bible; rheynn: He divided his goods between them - Rheynn eh e chooid orroo. DF idiom; reynn: and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads - as veih shen ve er ny reynn ayns kiare banglaneyn Bible; scarr: And God made the firmament, and divided the waters - As chroo Jee yn aer; as scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer Bible; scart: And the great city was divided into three parts - As van ard-valley mooar scart ayns three ayrnyn Bible; yiare: And he took unto him all these, and divided them in the midst - As ghow eh ad shoh ooilley, as yiare eh dagh unnane oc ayns daa ayrn Bible

dot (v.) breckey lesh ponkyn, cur ponk er; ponkey: To dot and carry one - Dy phonkey as unnane y chur er e hoshiaght. DF idiom; (n.) floag, poynt; ponk, ponck: Dot the i's - Ponck y chur er ny h-i-aghyn. DF idiom

latest s'anmagh: At the very latest - Ec y chooid s'anmagh. DF idiom; s'anmee: It's eleven o'clock at the latest - Te unnane-jeig er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmee. JJK idiom; s'anmey: I'll come back at ten at the latest - Higym er ash ec jeih er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmey. DF idiom; s'jerree: Her latest born - Yn lhiannoo s'jerree t'eck. DF idiom; s'noa: The latest news - Yn naight s'noa. DF idiom; by yerree

lose (v.) caill; coayl: if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the widerness - as coayl unnane jeu nagh vel eh faagail yn chiare-feed as yn nuy jeig ayns yn aasagh Bible; (to); (dy) choayl: or have caused the owners thereof to lose their life - ny er chur orroosyn by-liesh ve dy choayl nyn mioys Bible; (to); (dy) choayll: A time to get, and a time to lose - Traa dy chosney, as traa dy choayll Bible

lovers (npl.) gliminee, maarderyn; caarjyn: My lovers and my neighbours did stand looking upon my trouble - Hass my chaarjyn as my naboonyn jeeaghyn er my heaghyn Bible; gimmanyn; graihderyn: All thy lovers have forgotten thee - Ta ooilley dty ghraihderyn er dty yarrood Bible; ainjyssee: among all her lovers she hath none to comfort her - mastey ooilley e ainjyssee cha vel unnane dy gherjaghey Bible

one 'nane, nane: One of the crowd - 'Nane jeh'n sleih. DF idiom; un: One man - Un dooinney. DF idiom; unnane; fer: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) derrey yeh: The one and the other - Yn derrey yeh as yn jeh elley. DF idiom

shall break brishys: but a fire shall come forth out of Heshbon - son brishys aile magh ass Heshbon Bible; vrishys: Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments - Quoi-erbee er-y-fa shen vrishys unnane jeh ny annaghyn sloo shoh Bible; brishee: for in the wilderness shall waters break out - son ayns yn aasagh brishee ny ushtaghyn magh Bible

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

lhiassaghey da ascribe: cur fys huggey dy vow eh cabbil mie er son dagh unnane va millit, as marish shen, myr lhiassaghey da, yiow eh slat argid cho chiu as e vair veg, as cho liauyr as eh-hene, as moggaid airhey cho lhean as e eddin. Coraa; (assert) charge

moggaid (f.) cover, plate: cabbil mie er son dagh unnane va millit, as marish shen, myr lhiassaghey da, yiow eh slat argid cho chiu as e vair veg, as cho liauyr as eh-hene, as moggaid airhey cho lhean as e eddin. Coraa; flat half of scallop

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