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very cheddin; feer; hene; keddin; dy feer: He speaks of you in a very flattering manner - T'eh loayrt my dty chione dy feer vrynnyragh. JJK idiom


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very angry (adj.) jiarg-chorree; feer chorree: Their mother is very angry with them - Ta'n voir oc feer chorree roo. JJK idiom

very bad feer olk: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom

very best (the); (yn) share

very bottom (n.) eer-vun

very difficult (adj.) feer doillee: The algebra lesson is very difficult - Ta'n lessoon algebra feer doillee. JJK idiom; feer ghoillee

very drunk slane er meshtey

very first eer toshiaght: from the very first, - er-dyn eer toshiaght Bible

very hard (adj.) feer chreoi

very ill donney; feer ching: She lies very ill in bed - T'ee ny lhie feer ching. JJK idiom

very little beggan beg; feer veg; feer fardalagh

very malty feer vraghee

very man1 (n.) dooinney shen-ennee: That is the very man! - Ta shen yn dooinney shen-ennee! DF idiom

very man2 (n.) (the) dooinney cheddin: You are the very man I want! - T'ou uss yn dooinney cheddin ta mee laccal! DF idiom

very many ymmodee: there were very many in the open valley - va ymmodee jeu ayns y choan foshlit Bible; weight

very menacing feer vaggyrtagh

very much dy mooar; er dou bastal; mooarane mooar: I'm very much obliged to you - Ta mee mooarane kianlt booise diu. JJK idiom; weight

very often feer-vennick

very pointed feer yibbagh

very poor feer voght: You are not very poor - Cha nel shiu feer voght. JJK idiom

very present feer aggys

very pure aaghlen

very quickly feer tappee

very quiet feer feagh

very same jeeragh myr y cheilley

very strange (adj.) feer whaagh

very strong feer lajer

very stumpy feer whonnagh

very tasty (adj.) feer vlasstal

very tired feer skee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

very top eer-vullagh; feer vaare

very truth firrinys glen

Very well (intj) Kiart dy liooar

very well (adv.) slane vie; feer vie: I'm very well indeed - Ta mee feer vie dy-jarroo. JJK idiom; dy mie: Yes, I remember it very well - S'cooin lhiam dy-mie eh. JJK idiom

very wet feer fliugh

very word (intj) (the); (yn) 'eer ockle

at the very latest ec yn chooid s'anmagh

at the very least ec y chooid sloo; ec yn chooid sloo

at the very most ec y chooid smoo; ec yn chooid smoo

for this very reason er y hon shen hene

my very best my chooid share

this very day (n.) jiu hene

this very night (n.) oie noght hene

very fine ash (n.) joan

very gentle blow (n.) shibbag

Very High Frequency (n.) MFA, Menkid Feer Ard

very high frequency (n.) mennickid feer ard

very important person (n.) persoon feer scanshoil

very little cow (n.) boin

very little while tammylt feer yiare: For yet a very little while - Son foast tammylt feer yiare Bible

very next day kiart laa er giyn

very old cow (n.) booa lheeah

very popular error (n.) marranys feer chadjin

very short time (n.) thurrick; tootch; tootchey

very small cockerel (n.) kellaghan

very small man (n.) dooinneen; fereen

very small person (n.) burdoge

very small piece (n.) minniag

very small wisp (n.) sappag

very spotted thing (n.) brecklagh

very strong smell (n.) rah

very thin person (n.) scaa, skiark, ushylagh, scanjoon, shanglane

very young cow (n.) gauin

very young woman (n.) caillag

weight multitude, very much, very many; much: haink Edom magh n'oï lesh weight sleih, as lesh laue lajer Bible

she went hiee; hie ee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

aaghlen very pure

boin (f.) very little cow

brecklagh very spotted thing

dooinney shen-ennee very man

'eer ockle (intj) (yn); (the) very word

eer-vun very bottom

feer fardalagh very little

feer trome 1 back breaking, backbreaking; 2 very heavy a: va laue Yee feer trome orroo Bible; 3 very grievous a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible

feer vaare very top

feer vaggyrtagh very menacing

feer vraghee very malty

feer whonnagh very stumpy

feer yibbagh very pointed

firrinys glen very truth

sappag (f.) very small wisp

shanglane very thin person

tootch very short time

booa lheeah (f.) very old cow

eer-vullagh pinnacle, very top, zenith

er dou bastal very much

fereen manikin, very small man

burdoge (f.) shrimp, very small person; small person

caillag (f.) flapper, girl, lass, maid, very young woman

dooinneen dwarf, pigmy, very small man

ec yn chooid s'anmagh at the very latest

ec yn chooid sloo at the very least

kellaghan small rooster, very small cockerel

kiart laa er giyn very next day

marranys feer chadjin very popular error

Menkid Feer Ard Very High Frequency

mennickid feer ard ultra-high frequency, very high frequency

oie noght hene (f.) this very night

persoon feer scanshoil very important person

shibbag (f.) gentle tap, very gentle blow

skiark very thin person, weedy person

slane er meshtey soused, very drunk

slane vie most well, very well

thurrick (f.) moment, second, very short time

flowers (v.) blaaghyn: I'm very fond of flowers - Shynney lhiam blaaghyn. JJK idiom

important (adj.) mooar-chooishagh, trome-chooishagh; scanshoil: Very important person - Persoon feer scanshoil. DF idiom

malty (adj.) braghee: Very malty - Feer vraghtee. DF idiom

menacing (adj.) baggyrtagh: Very menacing - Feer vaggyrtagh. DF idiom

popular (adj.) cadjin: Very popular error - Marranys feer chadjin. DF idiom; ennoil

sleepy (adj.) cadlagh: I'm very sleepy - Ta mee feer chadlagh. JJK idiom; saveenagh

eer toshiaght forefront, very first: Soie-jee Uriah ayns eer toshiaght ny rankyn Bible

hene (=Ir. féin) actual, even, own, self, very: Ren shin myrgeddin oardaghyn dooin hene Bible

jeeragh myr y cheilley very same: T'ad jeeragh myr y cheilley. DF

Kiart dy liooar (intj) Very well: Kiart dy liooar ghooinney ooasle! DF

MFA UHF, Ultra High Frequency, Very High Frequency, VHF

my chooid share my very best: Ta mee jannoo my chooid share. DF

rah good luck, prosperity, success; scent, taste; (f.) vallum; pungent smell, very strong smell

scanjoon (f.) apparition: V'ad gra dy row scanjoon 'sy thie. DF; very thin person

share1 (=Ir. is fearr) best, very best: ayns yn ayrn share 'sy cheer Bible

tootchey second, very short time: Cha beeym tootchey. DF

ushylagh cadre; skeleton, very thin person: Cha nel eh agh ushylagh. DF

accept (v.) soiaghey jeh, jannoo soiagh jeh: I will be very pleased to accept your kind invitation - Beeym feer wooiagh dy hoiaghey jeh dty chuirrey dooie. DF idiom; goaill dy mie; goaill rish; lowal

afraid (adj.) aggle er: I'm afraid his mother will be very uneasy - Ta aggle orrym dy bee e voir feer neuaashagh. JJK idiom; agglit; fo atchim

apples (npl.) ooyllyn; ooylyn: Apples and pears were very late this year - Va ooylyn as peearyn feer anmagh mleeaney. JJK idiom

attentive (adj.) arreydagh: Your scholars are not attentive - Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh. JJK idiom; foayroil; currymagh; eaishtagh; frioosagh: He was very attentive to her - V'eh feer frioosagh j'ee. DF idiom; geilloil

aunt (n.) ben vraar ayrey; naunt: Your aunt is a very charitable woman - Ta ny naunt ny ben feer ghiastyllagh. JJK idiom; shuyr ayrey; shuyr vayrey

changeable1 (adj.) caghlaaee: The weather is very changeable - Ta'n emshir feer cheaghliagh. JJK idiom; ceaghliagh; neuhassooagh

charitable (adj.) giastyllagh: Your aunt is a very charitable woman - Ta ny naunt ny ben feer ghiastyllagh. JJK idiom; laccalagh

cheap1 (adj.) neugheyr: I bought mine very cheap - Chionnee mee yn fer aym feer neugheyr. JJK idiom; neuphriosoil; seyrailagh

cloth1 (n.) eaddagh; brat: That cloth is very good, but I prefer his - Ta'n eaddagh shen feer vie, agh share lhiam eh shoh. JJK idiom; clout

courageous errooyrtagh; dunnal: Only be thou strong and very courageous - Ynrycan bee jeh cree mie as feer dunnal Bible; creeoil: be courageous, and be valiant - bee-jee creeoil, as prow-jee as prow-jee dunnal Bible

courteous (adj.) bwaagh; cooyrtoil: They were not very courteous - Cha row ad feer chooyrtoil. JJK idiom

cousins (npl.) deiney mooinjer: Your cousins are very tall - Ta ny deiney-vooinjerey eu feer liauyr. JJK idiom; sleih mooinjerey; cosanyn

deep diunid: That river is twenty feet deep - Ta'n awin feed trie er diunid. JJK idiom; trome; dowiney; dowin: The snow lies very deep - Ta'n sniaghtey ny lhie feer dowin. JJK idiom

disagreeable (adj.) granganagh; groamagh; meehaitnyssagh; neuhaitnyssagh: That will be very disagreeable to them - Bee shen feer neuhaitnyssagh daue. JJK idiom

discreet (adj.) feeudagh: Your grandmother is very discreet - Ta nyn mwarree feer feeudagh. JJK idiom; reajagh; keeayllagh; tushtagh; tushtagh

disheartening cur ass cree: We find the work very disheartening - Ta'n obbyr cur shin ass cree dy mooar. DF idiom

doubtful (adj.) mee-ouryssagh; imneagh; ouryssagh: To be doubtful of - Dy ve ourysagh mychione. DF idiom; dooyteilagh: Victory was very doubtful, till he appeared - Va barriaght feer dooyteilagh, dys haink eh rish. JJK idiom

dusty (adj.) joanagh: I'm afraid the roads will be very dusty - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ny raaidyn feer joanagh. JJK idiom; joanlagh, leoiragh; brineenagh

eaten (v.) eeit: the other basket had very naughty figs, which could not be eaten - vasy vaskad elley figgyn feer olk, nagh voddagh ve eeit Bible

elastic (adj.) so-chaghlaa: I am very elastic - Ta mee so-chaghlaa. DF idiom; so-lhoobey; so-sheeyney

entertaining eunysseyragh; oltaghey; taitnyssagh: This book is very entertaining - Ta'n lioar shoh feer taitnyssagh. JJK idiom

error (n.) neuchiartys, shaghrynys, sponnag; marranys: Very popular error - Marranys feer chadjin. DF idiom; shaghryn

esteem highly (v.) jannoo ard-soiagh jeh: And to esteem them very highly - As dy yannoo ardsoiagh Bible

exposed anchoodit; foshlit; gyn coadey; gyn fastee: This is a very exposed place - Ta'n boayl shoh gyn fastee erbee. DF idiom; lhiggit magh; rooisht

favourably (adv.) dy foayroil: He didn't speak very favourably of me - Cha loayr eh feer foayroil jeem JJK idiom

feeble (adj.) anlheiltagh: His mother is very feeble - Ta'n voir echey feer anlheiltagh. JJK idiom; annoon, faase, gyn vree, lhag, moal, treih

fiddle biol: You have been playing the fiddle very badly for some days - T'ou er ve cloie yn viol feer olk rish laa ny ghaa. JJK idiom; biol-chloieder; fiddyl; fidleyr; kialg; (v.) cloie er viol

fond (adj.) graihagh, keainal, ommidagh; shynney lesh: They are fond of long walks - Shynney lhieu walkalyn liauyrey. JJK idiom; s'mian lesh: My sister is very fond of cherries - S'mian lesh my huyr shillishyn. JJK idiom

forest (n.) keyll: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom

French (n., adj.) Frangagh: She dresses in the French fashion - T'ee cur moee 'syn oash Rangagh. JJK idiom; (npl.) (The); (Ny) Frangee; (npl.) Mooinjey ny Frank; (n.) Frangish: Your cousins speak French very well - Ta dty gheiney-vooinjerey loayrt Frangish feer vie. JJK idiom

froward (adj.) frourtagh; condaagagh; camlaagagh; feie; fargagh; nieunagh; roonagh: and with the froward thou shalt learn frowardness - noin roonagh soilshee oo dty roon Bible; frowartagh: for they are a very froward generation - son sheeloghe feer frowartagh ad Bible

girl (n.) ben aeg, bwoirrinagh, caillag, caillin, doodee, inneen, yah; 'neen: Was not the little girl very ill? - Nagh row yn neen veg feer ching? JJK idiom

grandmother (n.) grannee, shenn voir, warree; mwarree: Your grandmother is very discreet - Ta nyn mwarree feer feeudagh. JJK idiom

gratify (v.) cur eunys da; cur taitnys da: It was very gratifying to me - By vooar y taitnys hug eh dou. DF idiom

grown aasit; er n'aase: Your father has grown very thin - Ta'n ayr eu er n'aase feer shang. JJK idiom

gusty (adj.) clabbinagh: It's very gusty to-day - Te feer chlabbinagh jiu. JJK idiom; rastagh

here ayns shoh; aynshoh: Here are some very good books - Aynshoh paart dy lioaryn feer vie. JJK idiom; er hoh: Here are some rolls and toast - Er hoh arran-bainney as arran-greddan. JJK idiom

hotel (n.) thie goaldee; thie oast: They do you very well at this hotel - Bee oo jeant magh 'sy thie oast shoh. DF idiom

illness (n.) aslaynt: Absent through illness - Assaaragh lesh aslaynt. DF idiom; asslaynt; chingys: This illness weakens me very much - Ta'n chingys shoh jannoo mee feer faase. JJK idiom

indeed (adv.) dy jarroo: I'm very happy indeed to see you in good health - Ta mee feer vaynrey dy-jarroo dy akin shiu ayns slaynt vie. JJK idiom; jeer; lioar t'eh; lioar

inside (n.) cheu asstan, cheu sthie, cheu-astan; (prep.) sthie, stiagh; cheusthie: His house is very fine inside - Ta e hie feer stoamey cheusthie. JJK idiom

I remember s'cooin lhiam: Yes, I remember it very well - S'cooin lhiam dy-mie eh. JJK idiom

I will neem's, neem, nee'm: Thank you very much, I will do my best to meet your kind wishes - Gura mie mooar eu, n'eem my chooid share y yannoo dy huittym stiagh lesh nyn yeearreeyn kenjal. JJK idiom; saillym

language (n.) chengey: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; glare: The Manx language - Yn ghlare Vanninagh. DF idiom

likely (adj., adv.) cosoylagh, s'cosoylagh: Very likely it's him - Feer chosoylagh t'eshyn t'ayn. JJK idiom; liklee, slickly

lordly (adj.) chiarnagh; ooasle; staydoil: She spoke to me in a very lordly way - Loayr ee rhym er aght feer staydoil. DF idiom

low1 buirroogh; buirrooghey; dowin; garroo; injil: The fire is very low - Ta'n aile feer injil. JJK idiom; ishil; dy injil; kercheenagh

mare's milk (n.) bainney laairagh: The mare's milk is very sweet - Ta bainney laairagh feer villish. DF idiom

mite (n.) farling: till thou hast paid the very last mite - derrey tou er neeck yn farling sjerree Bible; finneig; lieh-farling; meeyllag

night (n.) oie: I've had a very good night's rest - Ta aash oie feer vie er ve aym. JJK idiom

orchard (n.) garey mess; messghart; ooylagh: I'm very fond of our orchard - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh JJK idiom; orchard

outside1 cheumooie: This church isn't very striking outside - Cha nel y cheeill shoh feer yindyssagh cheumooie. JJK idiom

playing cloie: You have been playing the fiddle very badly for some days - T'ou er ve cloie yn viol feer olk rish laa ny ghaa. JJK idiom; lheimmyragh

pretty (adj.) breagh, bwoyagh; bwaagh: The garden is looking very pretty now - Ta'n garey jeeaghyn feer waagh nish. JJK idiom; aalin: He has two pretty children - Ta daa lhiannoo aalin echey. JJK idiom

primitive (n., adj.) bunneydagh: It is very primitive indeed - T'ee feer vunneydagh dy jarroo. DF idiom; frauee

proud1 (adj.) moyrnagh: He is very proud of her - T'eh feer voynagh assjee. DF idiom; styrdal; (n.) mooaralagh: He is a proud one - She mooaralagh eh. DF idiom

raining (v.) ceau: It's been raining very fast - Te er ve ceau feer chreoi. JJK idiom

reluctant (adj.) neuarryltagh, neuwooiagh, noi-freihagh; lhiastey: He is very reluctant - T'eh lhome lhiastey. DF idiom

roads (npl.) bayryn; raaidyn: I'm afraid the roads will be very dusty - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ny raaidyn feer joanagh. JJK idiom

shall get1 yiow: The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high - Yiown joarree, ta cummal mayrt, seose foddey er dty skyn Bible

sincere (adj.) feer, firrinagh, jeadagh, jeelys, jeeragh; ynrick: They have not been very sincere - Cha nel ad er ve feer ynrick. JJK idiom

spare brash; ford; fordrail; goan; keyl; lhiggey lesh; lhome; spaarail, sparail: You've no time to spare, for it's very late - Cha nel traa erbee eu dy spaarail, son te feer anmagh. JJK idiom; tayrnit

steeple (n.) speek: The steeple is very high - Ta'n speek feer ard. JJK idiom

stout (n.) bainney ny baa doo, lhune doo; (adj.) chiu, lajer, loor, poinnee, stuitt, tramylt, trean; stuittey; roauyr: Was he very stout? - Row eh feer roauyr? JJK idiom

sultry (adj.) breen; breenagh: The day is very sultry - Ta'n laa feer vreenagh. DF idiom

sympathetic (adj.) co-ennaghtagh: You have always been very sympathetic - Ta shiu er ve co-ennaghtagh dy-kinjagh. JJK idiom; erreeishagh

their (pron) nyn: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom; oc: They waste most of their time - T'ad jummal yn chooid smoo jeh'n traa oc. JJK idiom

thin5 (adj.) (in build) feiosagh; shang: Your father has grown very thin - Ta'n ayr eu er n'aase feer shang. JJK idiom; thanney

Twelfth Night (n.) Oie y Nah Laa Jeig; Oie yn Ghiense: We shall enjoy ourselves very much on Twelfth Night - Gowmayd soylley mooar Oie yn Ghiense. JJK idiom

uneasy (adj.) anaashagh, corragh, graue-aashagh, imneagh; neuaashagh: I'm afraid his mother will be very uneasy - Ta aggle orrym dy bee e voir feer neuaashagh. JJK idiom

unhappy (adj.) donney; douyr; meevaynrey: He has been very unhappy - T'eh er ve feer veevaynrey. JJK idiom; neuvaynrey; meevannee; trimshagh

useful (adj.) lauee: He is useful with a paintbrush - T'eh lauee lesh skeaban peint. DF idiom; ymmydoil: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; ymmydagh; shirveishagh; femoil; vondeishagh; saasagh

victory (n.) barriaght: Victory was very doubtful, till he appeared - Va barriaght feer dooyteilagh, dys haink eh rish. JJK idiom; booie; laue yn eaghtyr

vocal coraagh; gooagh: He is very vocal? - T'eh ny ghooinney gooagh! DF idiom; sheelagh

was not2 (interrog.) nagh row: Was not the little girl very ill? - Nagh row yn neen veg feer ching? JJK idiom

windy1 (adj.) aggle er: I feel windy - Ta aggle orrym. DF idiom; geayagh: It's very windy - Te feer gheayagh. JJK idiom; geayeeagh; rastagh

with them lhieu, lhieau, lioroo; maroo, mâroo; (emph.) maroosyn, mâroosyn; roo: Their mother is very angry with them - Ta'n voir oc feer chorree roo. JJK idiom

beggan beg faintly, fleabite, little or nothing, very little: Tra nagh row shiu agh beggan, eer beggan beg Bible

cheddin (=Ir. céanna) ditto, identical, same, very: haink yn sleih cheddin dy ve deiney niartal Bible

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