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ushag (=Ir. fuiseog, Sc.G. uiseag) (f.) pl. ushagyn bird: dy chooilley ushag jeh dagh horch. Bible; shuttlecock [O.Ir. uiseóg "lark"]


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Boayl Ushag Bird Place

Carn Ushag Bird Cairn

cass ushag (f.) fenugreek

clean ushag birdcage; bird cage

Cronk Ushag Bird Hill

eam ushag bird call

edd ushag bird's nest: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn t'ayn, as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag Bible

figgan ushag bird-trap

foillycan ushag-skianagh bird winged butterfly

gleiy ushag (f.) birdlime

lane pihtt-ushag little sup: Lane pihtt-ushag dy rhum. DF

moddey ushag pointer

ribbey ushag (f.) bird-trap

thie ushag aviary

ushag airhey (f.) golden oriole

ushag awiney (f.) kingfisher

ushag chaaidje (f.) cagebird

ushag chalandra (f.) calandra lark

ushag chiaullee (f.) songbird

ushag chonvayrtagh (f.) vulture

ushag chraidoil (f.) mocking bird

ushag eairkagh (f.) shore lark

ushag happagh (f.) lark

ushag reaisht1 (f.) golden plover, plover

ushag reaisht2 (f.) American golden plover

ushag rhennee (f.) woodcock

ushag roo (f.) ruff

ushag skian-vane (f.) white-winged lark

ushag vair-ghiare (f.) short-toed lark

ushag varrey (f.) sea bird

ushag veealeraght (f.) babbler bird

ushag vieau (f.) swift

ushag ving (f.) humming bird

ushag voltee (f.) grey wagtail, pied wagtail

ushag vooar-happagh (f.) crested lark

ushag vreck (f.) wagtail

ushag vuitchooragh (f.) red-backed shrike

ushag wee (f.) yellow bunting, yellowhammer

ushag wuigh (f.) yellow bunting, yellowhammer

yllagh ushag bird call

anvroie edd ushag bird's nest soup

Boayl yn Ushag Booilushag, Place of the Bird

Close Ushag y Choau Chaffinch Close

Croit ny Ushag Croft of the Bird

goll shirrey er idd ushag bird's-nest

lane phitt ushag thimbleful

ushag airhey hwoaie (f.) northern oriole

ushag chalandra y niar (f.) bimaculated lark

ushag fo chlooie (f.) fledgling

Ushag ny boob Eurasian Bittern

ushag ny boob (f.) bittern

ushag ny hawin (f.) kingfisher

ushag ny hoie (f.) nightingale

ushag ny keylljyn (f.) wood lark

ushag ny lheeanagyn (f.) meadow pipit

ushag ny shast (f.) water rail

ushag ny shellanyn (f.) bee-eater

ushag ny shellee (f.) willow warbler

ushag ny Sheltyn (f.) red-necked phalarope

ushag ny thorran (f.) hoopoe

ushag ny thoyn bane (f.) wheatear

ushag reaisht Aishagh (f.) Pacific golden plover

Ushag reaisht y Cheayn Sheealtagh Pacific golden plover

ushag roauyr ny hoarn (f.) corn bunting

ushag vair-ghiare veg (f.) lesser short-toed lark

ushag veg ruy (f.) robin

ushag y cheirn (f.) brambling, mountain finch

ushag y chloau (f.) chaffinch

ushag y freoaie (f.) whinchat

ushag y ghob vooar (f.) pelican

ushag y juys (f.) goldcrest

ushag y lhieen (f.) linnet

ushag y sniaghtee (f.) fieldfare

ushag y tappee (f.) lark

ushag y traghtee (f.) fieldfare

ushag y wannal cam (f.) wryneck

bird call (n.) eam ushag, yllagh ushag

bird-trap (n.) figgan ushag, ribbey ushag

lark (n.) ushag happagh, ushag y tappee

yellow bunting (n.) jallyn buigh, ushag wee, ushag wuigh

yellowhammer (n.) jallyn buigh, ushag wee, ushag wuigh; buighag

fieldfare (n.) dreeym gorrym; ushag y sniaghtee; ushag y traghtee

kingfisher (n.) eeasteyr beg ny hawin, ushag awiney, ushag ny hawin

Place of the Bird (n.) Boayl Ushag; Boayl yn Ushag

ein birds: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn tayn as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn. Bible; fowls

Pacific golden plover (n.) ushag reaisht Aishagh; Ushag reaisht y Cheayn Sheealtagh

babbler bird (n.) ushag veealeraght

bee-eater (n.) ushag ny shellanyn

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

birdcage (n.) clean ushag

bird cage (n.) clean ushag

Bird Cairn (n.) Carn Ushag

Bird Hill (n.) Cronk Ushag

Bird Place (n.) Boayl Ushag

bird's nest (n.) edd ushag: If a bird's nest chance to be before thee - My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag Bible

Booilushag (n.) Boayl yn Ushag

calandra lark (n.) ushag chalandra

crested lark (n.) ushag vooar-happagh

golden oriole (m.) ushag airhey

hoopoe (n.) ushag ny thorran

mocking bird (n.) ushag chraidoil

pied wagtail (n.) ushag voltee

ruff (n.) roo, ushag roo

short-toed lark (n.) ushag vair-ghiare

shuttlecock (n.) kiark cholgagh, ushag

songbird (n.) fillee, ushag chiaullee

vulture (n.) ushag chonvayrtagh; vulture

white-winged lark (n.) ushag skian-vane

woodcock (n.) ushag rhennee

ooyn eggs: my she êin ny ooyn tayn, as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn Bible

American golden plover (n.) ushag reaisht

aviary (n.) thie eeanlee, thie ushag

cagebird (n.) eean caaidje, ushag chaaidje

fenugreek (n.) cass ushag, undaagagh ghreagagh

fledgling noanagh; ushag fo chlooie

golden plover (n.) feddag, ushag reaisht

little sup (n.) lane pihtt-ushag

mountain finch (n.) ushag y cheirn

northern oriole (n.) ushag airhey hwoaie

water rail (n.) ushag ny shast

wood lark (n.) ushag ny keylljyn

bimaculated lark (n.) ushag chalandra y niar

birdlime (n.) gleiy ghlass, gleiy ushag, glooee eean

bird's-nest (v.) goll shirrey er idd ushag

bird's nest soup (n.) anvroie edd ushag

bird winged butterfly (n.) foillycan ushag-skianagh

chaffinch (n.) corkan keylley, ushag y chloau

Chaffinch Close (n.) Close Ushag y Choau

Croft of the Bird (n.) Croit ny Ushag

Eurasian Bittern (n.) Ushag ny boob; Coar vooar

goldcrest (n.) drean buigh, ushag y juys

humming bird (n.) eean bing; ushag ving

lesser short-toed lark (n.) ushag vair-ghiare veg

linnet (n.) bytermyn; Phillip ny kennipey; ushag y lhieen

pelican (n.) pellagan, ushag y ghob vooar, pelican

red-backed shrike (n.) buitchoor beg, ushag vuitchooragh

red-necked phalarope (n.) ushag ny Sheltyn; falaroip mwannal-jiarg

robin (n.) cleeau yiarg, spittag yiarg, ushag veg ruy

sea bird (n.) eean marrey, eeanlee marrey, ushag varrey

shore lark (n.) fushag ny traieyn; ushag eairkagh

thimbleful (n.) lane mairane, lane phitt ushag

wagtail (n.) glassag, skibbag ny mulleeyn, ushag vreck

whinchat (n.) eean yn aittin, ushag y freoaie

wryneck (n.) mwannal cam, ushag y wannal cam

biting (v.) mingey; mingeraght: The bird was biting - Va'n ushag mingeraght. DF idiom

brambling briggin y cheirn; corkan drine; dressag vane; ushag y cheirn

corn bunting (n.) pompee ny hoarn, ushag roauyr ny hoarn

grey wagtail (n.) skibbag ghlass; skibbag ny mulleeyn; ushag voltee

meadow pipit (n.) billy yn tweet, tweet lheeannagh, ushag ny lheeanagyn

nightingale (n.) beeal bing, kiaulleyder oie, lhon bane, spittag oie, ushag ny hoie

plover (n.) feddag, feddag fainnagh, feddag ghlass, feddag reaisht, fedjag reeast; ushag reaisht

pointer (n.) leeid, maidjey, snaid; moddey eeanlee, moddey feieys, moddey stronnee, moddey ushag

swift (n.) gollan, gollan mooar, ushag vieau, leah; (adj.) tappee, bieau

willow warbler (n.) drean bane, drean shellee, ushag ny shellee; kiaulleyder shellee

ribbeyder snarer, trapper: myr ushag ass laue y ribbeyder Bible

around chymmylt; mygeayrt: The bird flew around them - Dettyl yn ushag mygeayrt oc. DF idiom; mysh; ym-

hatch aalagh; cooylley; grainney; guirr: Let every bird hatch its own eggs - Lhig da dy-chooilley ushag guirr e hoohyn hene. JJK idiom; hatch; clussaghey

nest (n.) aal; edd: Every bird likes its own nest best - Share s'laik lesh dagh ushag e hedd hene. JJK idiom; straih; (v.) jannoo edd, troggal edd

tame2 (adj.) (not wild) meein, meen: This bird is tame, isn't it? - Ta'n ushag shoh meen, nagh vel? JJK idiom

wheatear (n.) claggan cloie, cleau vane, cleeau ghial, lhon curnee, ushag ny thoyn bane; thoyn-vane

agglit ass appalled, frightened, startled, terrified: myr ushag er-shaghryn agglit ass yn edd Bible

Assyria (f.) (Yn) Assyria: Nee ad clussaghey myr ushag veih Egypt, as myr calmane ass cheer Assyria: as soie-ym ad ayns nyn dhieyn hene, ta'n Chiarn dy ghra. Bible

bing (f.) (pl -aghyn, pl -yn) committee, jury, tribunal: Cre ta currym dooinney t'er ny loo ayns bing? CS; (adj.) melodious, musical, shrill, sweet, tuneful: T'ee cha bing as yn ushag. DF [O.Ir. bind]

êin birds: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn tayn Bible

foillan (f.) gull: Cheayll gagh nhee bio eh, foillan as follican, ollagh as ushag as gagh banglane 'gosnagh; 'solley cheayll ad eh, as yn gheay neear sheidey. Coraa

follican butterfly: Cheayll gagh nhee bio eh, foillan as follican, ollagh as ushag as gagh banglane 'gosnagh; 'solley cheayll ad eh, as yn gheay neear sheidey. Coraa

goit ayns ribbey trapped: Vod ushag ve goit ayns ribbey er y vagher, raad nagh vel sniem soit er y hon ? Bible

heïn (ny); (the) birds, young birds: cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn Bible

lhiggey'n raad da let go: Agh nee oo dy shickyr lhiggey'n raad da'n chenn ushag, as nee oo goaill ny hein, dy vod eh ve mie mayrt, as dy vod dty laghyn 've beayn. Bible

shey pingyn (f.) sixpence, tester: Hooar eh ushag aalin dy chur lesh thie marish, as cha ren eh geeck agh shiaght skillin as shey pingyn er y hon! JG

sniem (f.) bow knot, snare; (n., v.) knot: Vod ushag ve goit ayns ribbey er y vagher, raad nagh vel sniem soit er y hon ? Bible Kiangle ad kinjagh er dty chree, as sniem ad mysh dty wannal. Bible

bittern (n.) coar vooar: I will also make it a possession for the bittern - Neem eh y yannoo ny chaitnys dan choayr-vooar Bible; coayr: But the cormorant and the bittern shall possess it - Agh nee yn cormorant, as y choayr cummal ayn Bible; bittern: both the cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels of it - nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible; ushag ny boob

wandering1 rouail: He is wandering about - T'eh rouail mygeayrt. DF idiom As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying - Myr tan ushag ayns rouail, as y ghollan-gheayee ayns getlagh Bible; rouailtagh; shaghraneys; shaghranys; shaghrynagh; shaghrynys: Better is the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire - Ny share ta shen ta roish dty hooillyn, na shaghrynys yn yeearree; stravaagey: She is wandering about - T'ee stravaagey mygeayrt. DF idiom; wandreilagh; wandreilys; rouaillagh; er-shaghryn: he was wandering in the field - veh er-shaghryn fud y vagher Bible

cloie (=Ir. cluich, cluiche) pl. cloiaghyn 1 act, charade, event, game, match, pastime, performance, play; 2 (v.) boil, bubble: a: Ta'n coirrey beg cloie DF; 3 enact, extemporise, perform, represent a: hig eh gy-kione, tra vees y spyrryd olk shoh ort veih Jee, dy jean eh cloie lesh e laue, as yiow couyr Bible; b: cheayll mee kiaull claaseyderyn cloie er nyn glaasaghyn Bible; 4 monkey, skylark, sport, playing: Jean oo cloie rish myr rish ushag? Bible; 5 dally

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