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
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
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
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
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 - noi’n roonagh soilshee oo dty roon Bible; frowartagh: for they are a very froward generation - son sheeloghe feer frowartagh ad Bible
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
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
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
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
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
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