middlemost (adj.) mean: the building was straitened more than the lowest and the middlemost from the ground - va’n buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na va’n ayrn s’inshley as y mean veih’n 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, na’n chamyr s’injil 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
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
lintel (n.) lindeer: the lintel and side posts were a fifth part of the wall - va’n lindeer as ny essynyn yn wheiggoo ayrn jeh’n voalley Bible; lindeyr; linteyr: Smite the lintel of the door - Bwoaill linteyr yn dorrys Bible
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
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
seam (n.) junt, whomm, sheeg; seam: now the coat was without now the coat was without seam, woven from the top throughout - nish va’n cooat ooilley feeit, veih heose dy heese, fegooish seam Bible; co-haah; (v.) juntal, whaaley
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
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
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
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 t’ad cast fud-y-cheilley myr ny drineyn Bible; perverted
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
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