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van (n.) carr, van; vondeish

van (f.) van: Nish va Paddy as e voir cliaghtit rish fuirraghtyn cooyl y van derrey verragh y buitçhoor daue craue. CL


Inexact matches:

brake van (n.) carriads glackan

furniture van (n.) van chooid-hie

luggage van (n.) carr scudlagh

mail van (n.) carr postys

police van (n.) carr pryssoon

prison van (n.) carr pryssoonagh

immanagh van vanman

van chooid-hie (f.) furniture van, pantechnicon

in the van er hoshiaght

van of the army (n.) leeideilee; sheshaght chaggee toshee; toshiaght yn armee

van ny meoiryn shee Black Maria

van y phrysoon Black Maria

Black Maria (n.) carr yn phrysoon, van ny meoiryn shee, van y phrysoon

drillinagh sparking; sparkling: Va'n keayn as va'n speyr gial as drillinagh. Dhoor

scroutagh 1 (ny); (more) subtle; 2 more subtil a: Nish van ard-nieu ny scroutagh na ooilley cretooryn y vagher van Chiarn Jee er chroo Bible

skirraghtyn (=Ir. sciorradh) lapse; skid: Tra va'n greie goll er cloie, va'n boayrd-mair jeant fondagh lesh daa 'reeney dy lhiettal skirraghtyn. Dhoor

pantechnicon (n.) van chooid-hie

vanman (n.) immanagh van

carriads glackan brake van

carr postys mail van

carr pryssoon police van

carr pryssoonagh prison van

carr scudlagh luggage van

doour dam, reservoir: tra va'n doour er ny yannoo ec Cringle, faggys da'n clieau Varrule, va'n thie-eirinys Cringle as thieyn elley er nyn lhieggey Dhoor [O.Ir. dobur]

dy bieau quickly: Va'n Yn Cheshaght Ghailckagh currit er bun ayns 1899 tra va'n chengey goll sheese y lhergagh dy bieau. Carn

jalloo mooar colossus, great image: Honnick uss, O ree, as hug oo my-ner jalloo mooar; va'n jalloo mooar shoh as erskyn-towse sollys, ny hassoo kiongoyrt rhyt, as va'n cummey echey atchimagh. Bible

'neen (f.) daughter, girl, lass: 'naght myr va'n ayr va'n 'neen neesht ny traitoor, as gys e wooishal hug ee da ansoor: PC

saaual sawing: Myr shen va'n obbyr er ny choyrt orrym-pene as er y gareyder as va shin saaual rish daa laa as ny smoo; va'n obbyr feer chreoie as va shin gollish dy trome. Dhoor

middlemost (adj.) mean: the building was straitened more than the lowest and the middlemost from the ground - van buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na van ayrn sinshley as y mean veihn thalloo Bible; meanagh: galleries were higher than these, than the lower, and than the middlemost of the building - va ny gallereeyn ny syrjey na ad shoh, nan chamyr sinjil ny meanagh yn vuildal Bible

goit stiagh annexed; taken into: Son v'ad ayns three loutyn, agh cha row pillaryn foue, myr pillaryn ny cooyrtyn: shen-y-fa va'n buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na va'n ayrn s'inshley as y mean, veih'n thalloo. Bible; enter into: Cha bee fer oainjyragh goit stiagh mastey pobble y Chiarn Bible

fest stuck: Va'n cairt fest 'sy voglagh. DF

inkhorn inkhorn: echey va'n inkhorn scrudeyr ry-lhiattee Bible

leagh cooie reasonable price: Va'n leagh cooie. DF

schollag lad: va'n schollag marish mec Bilhah Bible

scryst magh scrubbed: Va'n gamman scryst magh. DF

sheshaght chaggee toshee (f.) van of the army

toshiaght yn armee van of the army

agitated (adj.) boirit; seiyt: The water was agitated - Va'n ushtey seiyt. DF idiom

band3 (n.) (musical) bann: The band was blaring - Va'n bann sheidey seose. DF idiom

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

aarloo (=Ir. ullamh) 1 operational; 2 ready a: va'n pobble aarloo dy chlaghey eh Bible

arraneagh musical, singer, tuneful, vocalist: As Chenaniah, va'n ard arraneagh jeh ny Leviteyn

assaid (f.) delivery; delivered: Va'n lhiannoo er ny assaid. DF

ass myghin absolutely, dreadfully: Va'n guilley ching ass myghin DF

baarit clipped, lopped, shaved, shaven, shorn: va'n laa foddey baarit Bible

bargane 1 agreement, bargain, contract a: My she shoh va'n bargane Bible; 2 chaffer

brishey-poosey adultery: va'n ven shoh goit ayns brishey-poosey Bible

bulwark pl. bulwarkyn bulwark: va'n bulwark eck er oirr ny marrey Bible

caignit chewed: va'n eill foast eddyr nyn veeacklyn, roish my ve caignit Bible

cainlere candlestick: va'n cainlere shoh jeant dy airh obbrit Bible

cairt (=Ir. cairt) (f.) pl. cairtyn cart: Va'n cairt fest 'sy voglagh. DF

chaghteraghtyn messages, dispatches: Va'n sidoor shoh imraait ayns ny chaghteraghtyn. DF

chebbit offered, proffered: va'n nah ghow chebbit er yn altar va troggit. Bible

cheeid (f.) (of smoke) density; thickness, thick of foot: va'n cheeid echey lheead-bass Bible; grossness

coast coast: va'n chagliagh heear gys coast yn aarkey mooar Bible

coriander coriander: As va'n manna myr rass coriander Bible

currit er bun established: Va'n gleashaght currit er bun ayns Mannin. DF; founded

darr continued: darr shoh derrey va'n oural dy slane losht Bible

date date: Yn chied vee, 1981" va'n date er ny lioaryn-lowanse. Carn

dorree darker: Va'n daa chiaulleyder red beg ny dorree na ny Spaainee. Dhoor

dropsee dropsy: va dooinney kionfenish, va'n dropsee er Bible

dubbyr plash; pond: Va'n dubbyr riojit dy tappee. DF

eiyrit er pursued, driven on: Va'n baatey eiyrit er y traie. DF

elgyssagh fierce, irascible, spiteful, vindictive: As va'n dragon elgyssagh noi'n ven Bible

finnue fit of passion: Er shoh va'n ree jiarg-chorree, as eer er-finnue Bible

foayragh favourable, preferential, propitious: Va'n ree foayragh da ec y traa shen. DF

folt (=Ir.folt, Sc.G. falt) hair: Ny-yeih va'n folt echey gaase reesht Bible [O.Ir. folt]

geuree (gen.) of winter: Nish va'n ree ny hoie ayns e hie geuree Bible

geurey creoi cold winter: Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK

glent cleansed, cleared, purified: Va'n noid glent dy slane ass y valley. DF

Greek Greek: Va'n ven ny Greek, jeh cheer Syrophenicia Bible

gyn cummey 1 amorphous, shapeless a: van thalloo gyn cummey, as feayn Bible; 2 imperfect

imraait mentioned: Va'n sidoor shoh imraait ayns ny chaghteraghtyn. DF

iuit drunk: Derrey va'n jough iuit da'n vine s'jerree. DF

kiedoonys chitty, licence, marriage licence: Va'n kiedoonys-imman echey goit ersooyl. DF

kynneeaghys racialism: Son shickyrys, va'n kynneeaghys yn bun jeh rouan ny ghaa. Carn

lane ushtey wringing wet: Va'n ooir lane ushtey. DF

leeideilee van of the army, heads: haink eh marish leeideilee yn pobble Bible

leopard (pl -yn) leopard: va'n veisht honnick mee goll rish leopard Bible

lindeer lintel: va'n lindeer as ny essynyn yn wheiggoo ayrn jeh'n voalley. Bible

lindeyr (f.) lintel: va'n lindeyr as ny essynyn yn wheiggoo ayrn jeh'n voalley Bible

loayrtys (words) address; (by speaker) talk; vocalization: myr va'n Spyrryd cur bree loayrtys ayndoo Bible; speech

lome lane overrun, packed, pack-full: Va'n traen lome lane. DF

lonraghey brighten, glisten, glow: Va'n speyr lonraghey. DF; glowing

louraanys (f.) leprosy: As chelleeragh va'n louraanys echey er ny ghlenney Bible

marchannyn merchants: van snaie aanrit er ny chreck rish marchannyn y ree Bible

oarleeyn 1 inches, fingerwidth; 2 fingerwidthes a: van cheeid echey kiare oarleeyn; Bible

obbrit forged, operated, worked, wrought: va'n cainlere shoh jeant dy airh obbrit Bible

obbyr-attee (f.) chapiter: va'n obbyr-attee v'er mullagh dagh pillar jeu queig cubityn Bible

plague pl. plagueyn plague: va'n plague er ny chastey veih Israel Bible

preachoor (pl -yn) preacher, predicant: Va'n preachoor aggindagh dy yannoo magh goan taitnyssagh Bible

roosteyryn spoilers, rovers, robbers: van garrison as ny roosteyryn er-creau myrgeddin Bible

sharmanagh preacher, preachy: Va'n sharmanagh yn Arrymagh IlliamWood, M.A. Coraa

shavit shaven: Ny-yeih va'n folt echey gaase reesht, lurg da ve shavit Bible

shiar ass south-easterly: As va'n chagliagh shiar-ass oc veih oirr yn aarkey-sailjey Bible

shytternee neigh: va'n slane cheer er-creau ec sheean shytternee e chabbil caggee Bible

spongit arid, crisp, parched, roasted, shrivelled; (as fowl) burnt up: Va'n chiark spongit. DF

sumnit called: va'n pobble sumnit dy cheilley lurg Saul gys Gilgal. Bible

thie cloie playhouse, theatre: Va'n thie cloie er ve er aile. JJK

traie gheinnee (f.) sands, sandy shore: Va'n keayn myr traie gheinnee. DF

treealtys motion, proposal, proposition: Va'n treealtys er ny choardail rish. DF

tuittym neose fall down: Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF

vooarey big: Va'n fer-oast gyllagh er dy kinjagh mychione e chassyn vooarey. CJ

and then as eisht: First the house was burnt and then the church - Hoshiaght va'n thie loshtit as eisht yn cheeill. JJK idiom

ankles (npl.) abbaneyn: He was over his ankles in water - Va'n ushtey harrish ny abbaneyn echey. DF idiom

ashore (adv.) er cheer; er-halloo; er-traie; er y traie: The boat was driven ashore - Va'n baatey eiyrit er y traie. DF idiom

as long as choud cheddin; chouds: As long as the young man was ill - Choud's va'n dooinney aeg doogh. DF idiom; choud as: As long as I am alive - Choud as veeym bio. DF idiom

astern (adv.) cooyl: They had the wind astern - Va'n gheay cooyl oc. DF idiom; ergooyl; 'sy jerrey

box2 (n.) (container) coir; kishtey: The box stood in lieu of a table - Va'n kishtey jannoo boayrd dooin. DF idiom

burnt loshtee; loshtit: First the house was burnt and then the church - Hoshiaght va'n thie loshtit as eisht yn cheeill. JJK idiom

burnt up1 losht: and the third part of trees was burnt up - as van trass ayrn jeh ny biljyn losht Bible; lostit

bus (n.) barroose; bus, buss: The bus was jam full - Va'n bus lane gys y dorrys. DF idiom; carbyd

cart cairt: The cart was caught in the bog - Va'n cairt fest 'sy voglagh. DF idiom; cart: To put the cart before the horse - Cur yn cart roish y chabbyl. JJK idiom; caart; (v.) cartey, cairtey, tayrn

castle (n.) cashtal: This castle was built in the reign of George the Third - Va'n cashtal shoh troggit ayns lhing yn Trass George. JJK idiom

clinging lhiantagh; lhiantyn: The dress was clinging to her - Va'n gooyn lhiantyn r'ee. DF idiom; lhiantynagh; croghey rish: She was clinging to him - V'ee croghey rish. DF idiom

course1 bollagh; coorsal; coorse: The course was of great value - Va'n coorse feer ymmydoil. DF idiom; jastan; pairk; snaue

crowding jingey: The people were crowding into the hall - Va'n sleih jingey stiagh 'sy halley. DF idiom

delivered assaid: The child was delivered - Va'n lhiannoo er ny assaid. DF idiom; livreyit; seyrit: Delivered from death - Seyrit veih baase. DF idiom

demolish (v.) lhieggey; rassey; cur mow: The enemy had demolished his castle - Va'n noid er chur mow e chashtal. JJK idiom

duties (npl.) curmyn: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom; currymyn

earthy (adj.) crayoil, ooirragh, seihllt; thallooinagh: The first man is of the earth, earthy - Van chied dooinney jehn thalloo, thallooinagh Bible

float (n.) cairt skianagh, dray; mollag, raft, sleod; snauean: The float was bobbing up and down - Va'n snauean thummey neese sheese. DF idiom; (v.) shiauilley, snaue

forepart (n.) toshiaght; toshiagh; cheu veealloo: And the oracle in the forepart was twenty cubits - As van ynnyd casherick cheu-veealloo feed cubit Bible

glowing jiarg; lonragh; smarageagh; soilsheanagh; soilshean: The fire is glowing - Ta'n aile soilshean. DF idiom; jiargaghey: The iron is glowing - Ta'n yiarn jiargaghey. DF idiom; lonraghey: The sky was glowing - Va'n speyr lonraghey. DF idiom

hen (n.) kiark: The hen was cooked to death - Va'n chiark spongit. DF idiom

iced (v.) riojit: The pond was soon iced over - Va'n dubbyr riojit dy tappee. DF idiom

lintel (n.) lindeer: the lintel and side posts were a fifth part of the wall - van lindeer as ny essynyn yn wheiggoo ayrn jehn voalley Bible; lindeyr; linteyr: Smite the lintel of the door - Bwoaill linteyr yn dorrys Bible

marred mhillit: And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter - As van saagh craie veh dy yannoo mhillit ayns laue yn phasheyder Bible

ministers (npl.) shirveishee: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom

monument (n.) clagh cooinaghtyn, cowrey cooinaghtyn, leac cooinaghtyn, lhiaght cooinaghtyn; lhiaght: This monument was erected one thousand and twenty-five years ago - Va'n lhiaght shoh er ny hroggal thousane blein queig as feed er dy henney. JJK idiom

neglected (adj.) naggyr; (v.) shaghey: In the King's absence the ministers have neglected their duties - Tra va'n ree ersooyl lhig ny shirveishee shaghey nyn gurrymyn. JJK idiom

on fire (adj.) er-aile: The theatre had been on fire - Va'n thie cloie er ve er aile. JJK idiom

packed jingit: Packed like herrings in a barrel - Cha jingit as skeddan ayns stoandey. DF idiom; lome lane: The train was packed - Va'n traen lome lane. DF idiom

performance (n.) cloie: The performance had been long - Va'n cloie er ve foddey. JJK idiom; jannoo; obbraghey

pond (n.) dubbey: The pond was soon iced over - Va'n dubbyr riojit dy tappee. DF idiom; lhingey, loghan

prize1 aundyr: You were awarded the first prize - Va'n chied aundyr er ny briwnys dhyt. DF idiom; aundyragh; cragh; griu; olmys; soiaghey mooar jeh

reign (n.) lhing: This castle was built in the reign of George the Third - Va'n cashtal shoh troggit ayns lhing yn Trass George. JJK idiom; reill: To reign after him - Dy reill ny lurg. DF idiom; reilley

scripture (n.) scriptyr: And the scripture was fulfilled - As shoh myr van scriptyr cooilleenit Bible

scrubbed scooirt; scrysst magh, scryst magh: The game was scrubbed - Va'n gamman scryst magh. DF idiom

seam (n.) junt, whomm, sheeg; seam: now the coat was without now the coat was without seam, woven from the top throughout - nish van cooat ooilley feeit, veih heose dy heese, fegooish seam Bible; co-haah; (v.) juntal, whaaley

severe (adj.) barbagh, dewil, lhome, loghtal, trome; creoi: Do you remember the year we had the severe winter? - Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK idiom

shoulders (npl.) geayltyn: His hair fell over his shoulders - Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF idiom

sick1 asslayntagh; chingey; doghanit; ching: The boy was dreadfully sick - Va'n guilley ching ass myghin. DF idiom

stinker (n.) breimen; feer ghoillee: The history paper was a stinker - Va'n pabyr shannaghys feer ghoillee. DF idiom

straight ahead jeeragh roish: The ship was straight ahead of us - Va'n lhong jeeragh roin. DF idiom

theatre1 (n.) theater; thie cloie: The theatre had been on fire - Va'n thie cloie er ve er aile. JJK idiom

thickness (n.) cheeid: And the thickness of it was an handbreadth - As van cheeid echey lheeadbass Bible; riurid

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

trumpeter (n.) cayrneyder, fer cayrnee; trumpeter: And he that sounded the trumpet was by me - as van trumpeter lioryms Bible

unshod (adj.) gyn braag, gyn crou; cass rooisht: The man was unshod - Va'n dooinney cass rooisht. DF idiom

aarkey-sailjey salt sea: As van chagliagh shiar-ass oc veih oirr yn aarkey-sailjey, veihn baïe ta lhie lesh y jiass: Bible

abbaneyn ankles: ren eh towse thousane cubit, as hug eh lesh mee trooid yn ushtey; van ushtey gys nyn abbaneyn Bible

ainlyn angels: As tra van moghrey rish, eisht ren ny ainlyn Lot y ghreinnaghey gys siyr

altar pl. altaryn altar: shen va'n chied altar hrog eh gys y Chiarn. Bible

apaghyn monkeys: Cha nel eh cho olk as v'eh ayns ny shenn laghyn tra va'n Yernish coontit dy ve myr chengey ny apaghyn (ga dy vel ymmodee sleih almoragh foast smooinaghtyn myr shoh). Carn

ard-ennym eminence, fame, renown, title: As va'n caslys shoh troggit rish bleeantyn er y woalley syn Ollay lesh yn ard-ennym, "The Eskdale Pay-counting Machine. GB

ard-eunys ecstasy; bliss: cre va'n red mie shen, va son ard-eunys cloan gheiney, lhisagh ad y yannoo fo niau ooilley laghyn nyn mea. Bible

ard-ynnyd high place: As tra van chirveish shoh harrish, hie eh gys yn ard-ynnyd Bible

ashooneyr nationalist: Sy vlein 1893, va'n Commeeys Yernish currit er bun as haink ashooneyryn Yernagh dy ve ayns foayr jeh'n chengey. Carn

ashooneyryn nationalists: Sy vlein 1893, va'n Commeeys Yernish currit er bun as haink ashooneyryn Yernagh dy ve ayns foayr jeh'n chengey. Carn

astan (f.) (pl -yn) eel: Fy yerrey va'n astan currit gy baase as va ooilley'n cheshaght tayrn ennal reesht. CJ

Atreih (intj) 1 Alas a: Atreih! va'n tidey cho traih tra raink shin y phurt cha dod shin cosney stiagh ayn Carn; 2 (is me) Woe

baïe (=Ir. ) bay: As van chagliagh twoaie, veih baïe yn aarkey, ec beeal Yordan Bible

barbaree barbarians: va'n fer boght shoh ceau tammylt beg mastey ny barbaree er y fa dy vel y "caggey boiddagh" fo raad eddyr yn Eeslyn as Sostyn. Carn

bard (=Lat. bardus; Ir. bard) pl. bardyn bard, poet: Va'n bard jeeaghyn sy traa ry-heet as eh smooinaghtyn er red erskyn credjal: seihll fegooish Sostnee niartal. Carn

bath bath: van beeal echey obbrit myr beeal cappan, lesh blaa lileeyn: ve goaill daa housane bath. Bible

bear bear: va'n veisht honnick mee goll rish leopard, as va ny cassyn echey myr cassyn bear Bible

beeagh would be: ghow mee yn cryss veih'n boayl raad dollee mee eh; as cur-my-ner, van cryss loau, cha beeagh eh veg. Bible

ben chreeney (f.) (female) sage: Nish va ennym y dooinney Nabal, as ennym e ven, Abigail: as v'ee ben chreeney as tushtagh, as feer aalin: agh va'n dooinney creoi, mooaralagh, as tranlaasagh ayns e ghellal, as v'eh jeh kynney Chaleb. Bible

ben ynsee (f.) female teacher, governess, tutoress: va'n chaglym shoh ry hoi feddyn magh ny saaseyn ynsee as ymmyd jeant jeu ec Nóirín Nuadháin, ben-ynsee Yernish voish Nerin. Carn

beoyn pl. beoynyn aptness, drift, fate, instinct, liability, set, tendency, trend: Va'n beoyn shoh ry akin dy cronnal feiy'n reihys shoh chaie ayns Sostyn. Carn

bleaystan pl. bleaystanyn bomb, shell: Ta sleih ayn ta gra dy nee crout Sostnagh va'n bleaystan shen. Carn

blein (=Ir. bliain, Sc.G. bliadhna) (f.) pl. bleeantyn twelvemonth, year: va'n dooinney erskyn da-eed blein dy eash Bible [O.Ir. bliadain]

boiddagh cod: va'n fer boght shoh ceau tammylt beg mastey ny barbaree er y fa dy vel y "caggey boiddagh" fo raad eddyr yn Eeslyn as Sostyn. Carn

braew 1 fine, handsome, nice, splendid a: Va'n moghrey kiune as braew DF; 2 brave; 3 precious, rare

brasnagyn kindling; (for fire) small wood; sticks: va'n ven-treoghe ayns shen chaglym brasnagyn; as deïe eh urree Bible

brastyl (=Ir. freastal) class, standard: Va'n brastyl coontey ram jeh'n tape, ga dy nee bun-vrastyl t'ayn Carn

breinnagh smelly person; smelly: V'ee cliaghtey goaill jaagh jannoo ymmyd jeh thombaghey breinnagh ennagh veih'n Rank as va'n jaagh cha chiu as nagh row mee abyl tayrn ennal ny keayrtyn. Dhoor

brineenagh dusty: Honnick mee'n traa va'n diunid doo as feayn, gyn aer, gyn aile, gyn thalloo as gyn keayn, gyn soilshey neesht; as foast v'ad ooilley ayn myr dredge brineenagh, floagagh, fegooish kione PC

brockeyryn terriers: agh va'n ayr ec Ealish feer vie lesh ny moddee, er yn oyr dy boallagh eh troggal brockeyryn shynnagh guaragh. CL

broish (=Ir. brathae) farrago, medley, miscellany: Va'n emshyr braew as gien mie er ny deiney, goaill arraneyn as gee jinnair blasstal jeh feiys as broish Ghaelgagh! NNS; oatcake in milk, soup with bread included, stew, soup

bunraghtagh constitutional: Ta shenn chairys bunraghtagh ec ny Manninee dy reih cre erbee peiagh t'ad laccal dy reill harrystoo,van. Carn

bwoid saggyrt orchis, spotted orchis: Cre va'n blaa shen? Ta'n Moddey gra dy re bwoid saggyrt v'ayn. Dhoor

cabbaneyn tents: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh Bible

cagh elley everyone else, rest: Shoh yn bardoon myr hooar mee eh bleeantyn er dy henney, agh va'n pabyr raipit ec yn jeihoo raane, as cagh elley caillt. Coraa

caghlaaghyn keayrt divers times, various times: as ennym creckeyder-lioaryn Ollannagh enmyssit Van Duren rish va Voltaire er arganey ec caghlaaghyn keayrt. CnyO

carradje pl. carradjyn carrot: Shiaghteeyn ny s'anmey va'n feeaih fyrryn goit ec inneen veg as carradje eck faggys da Rhumsaa. JyC

cast complex, contorted, curly, curved, intricate, many-sided, spun, ticklish, warped, wrapped, wreathed, wry, twined: va'n amlagh cast mysh my chione Bible; folden: Son choud as tad cast fud-y-cheilley myr ny drineyn Bible; perverted

chagglit gathered: Nish gys yn armee chagglit er y voayl fo armyn sollys haink y general, Satan, myr ree ard, Beelzebub waiteil - eshyn va'n prince by-niessey da va reill ree ard PC

cheird (f.) (yn) know-how: 'Sy toshiaght hie Juan Comish myr prindeys da fuinneyder, as lurg va'n cheird ynsit echey, hiaull eh er ny lhongyn "Blue Funnel" er feiy ny cruinney Coraa

chellvane (=Ir. teilifón) phone, telephone: Traa haghyr yn polt, va'n radio as yn shirveish chellvane ass ymmyd dy shallidagh. Carn

cistern cistern:Sy lhing echeysyn van cistern dy ghoaill ushtey, ayns combaase myr faarkey, er ny choodaghey lesh plateyn prashey. Apoc

clane job-lot See slane :1 (yn); (the) caboodle, whole bag of tricks: "Cha row," dooyrt eh, "ren ny ferrishyn yn clane job-lot dooys," dooyrt eh, "oyr tra rosh mee yn magher va'n arroo ooilley ayns stookyn, jesh as kiart. GB

cleih embankment: S'coon va'n bayr er yn ynnyd shen, as hass eh ry-lhiattee ayns baarney 'sy cleih choud's veagh y chionnal goll shaghey LC

cloh chase, drive along, pursuit; (as dog) work: Va'n moddey shen cloh yn ollagh. DF; chasing

colb (f.) body, frontage, torso, trunk: Va'n colb echey er ny lostey dy h-olk kyndagh rish taghyrt ec y thie. BS

contraartys (pl -syn) contradiction, opposition: Va'n Commishoon-brialtys er gheddyn contraartys sy feanish va currit ec Richard Kneen, y fer hug Shirveishyn Lughtyn-thie Manninagh er bun. BS

coonid incommodiousness, narrowness, stricture: Agh va'n coonid shen rieau ry akin ayns Sostyn, tra v'ee heose ny heese. Carn

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