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vleeantyn See bleeantyn (dy) of years: As nee uss coontey shiaght dooneeyn dy vleeantyn, shiaght keayrtyn shiaght bleeantyn Bible


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of years (dy) vleeantyn: an old man, and full of years - ny henn ghooinney, as lane dy vleeantyn Bible

'nane-jeig eleven: Jeih ny 'nane-jeig dy vleeantyn DF

reggyr individual: Rish reggyryn dy vleeantyn shoh chaie. DF

several (adj.) shartanse; shiartanse: I haven't seen him for several years - Cha nel mee er n'akin eh rish shiartanse dy vleeantyn. JJK idiom; ymmodee

years (npl.) bleeantyn: I haven't seen him for several years - Cha nel mee er n'akin eh rish shiartanse dy vleeantyn. JJK idiom; bleinyn

aa- (pref.) re-: Aa-scruit ec Juan y Geill veih skeeal beg v'er n'insh 'sy Ghailck Vanninagh liorish shenn ven hooar baase shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney Coraa; ex-; retired, second

ard-ghooagh famous, illustrious, reputable: Ayns daan ard-ghooagh screeut ec Yernagh keeadyn dy vleeantyn er dy henney Carn

chassey mygeayrt (dy); (to) turn round: Ta'n wheeyl vooar er chassey mygeayrt harrish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

clein (=Ir. clann) 1 harrows a: lesh saaueyn, as lesh cleïn yiarn Bible; 2 See cloan breed, clan, family, ilk, lineage, tribe: Lurg kuse dy vleeantyn hie'n clein Quirk er-ash dys Ellan Vannin, as v'eh er Leslie goll gys y scoill ec Ree Illiam. Dhoor

coontaghyn accounts: My t'ou lhaih ny coontaghyn va screeut ec cragheyderyn Sostnagh mysh Nerin keeadyn dy vleeantyn er dy henney, hee oo ny reddyn cheddin Carn

Cornagh Cornish, Cornishman: Agh cha nel y vondeish jeh reiltys Cornagh as leighderys Cornagh er ve oc rish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

daan (pl -yn) poem: Ayns daan ard-ghooagh screeut ec Yernagh keeadyn dy vleeantyn er dy henney Carn

grainneyderyn carvers: Gyn ourys v'ad jeant paart dy vleeantyn er dy henney as grainneyderyn jannoo arrish er ny sthowranyn Yernagh heill mish. Carn

gubb (f.) immature gull: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor

jannoo arrish er boo, hit off; copy: Gyn ourys v'ad jeant paart dy vleeantyn er dy henney as grainneyderyn jannoo arrish er ny sthowranyn Yernagh heill mish. Carn; mime

lioarlagh (collection of) books: Hooar mee yn skeeal shoh ayns lioarlagh Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin kuse dy vleeantyn er dy henney. Dhoor; collection of books

ooashlys (f.) dignity, eminency, excellency, nobility, nobleness: Ayns yn ellan shoh, beggan dy vleeantyn er dy henney, va dooinney Manninagh, nyn mard ashoonagh, jeh ooashlys ny mast ain Carn

scoillarys pupilage; study: Cha bee ooilley ny lioaryn jeant son kuse dy vleeantyn, agh ta cur magh Lioar Queig coontit dy ve ny red mooar son scoillarys Manninagh. BS

scrialtys discovery; scouting: Ta Mainshtyr Kneale goaill ayrn ayns scrialtys syn Ellan rish tree feed as daa vlein yeig dy lieh dy vleeantyn. BS

shenn eash lowal good old age: Eisht phaart Abraham, as hooar eh baase ayns shenn eash lowal, ny henn ghooinney, as lane dy vleeantyn. Bible

shirragh y ree peregrine falcon: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor

Thie Noa New House: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er dy henney va my huyr baghey ayns thie noa ec Petworth. CJ

trome-chooishagh (=Ir. tromchúiseach) grave, important, serious: Ta caggey agglagh as trome-chooishagh er ve goll er ayns Nerin rish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

brick brick: ayns morter, as ayns brick Bible; trout: Ta'n Çheshaght Cour Sharaghey Awinyn Vannin er lunney shalee-ronsee vooar d'eddyn magh cre'n fa nagh vel whilleen dy vraddanyn as brick ayns awin Sulby as va paart dy vleeantyn er dy henney. BS

sonnaase (=Ir. sonnadh) (f.) arrogance, conceit: screeut ec cragheyderyn Sostnagh mysh Nerin keeadyn dy vleeantyn er dy henney, hee oo ny reddyn cheddin: ferg er y fa nagh vel ny Yernee cur seose as sonnaase ard- vooaralagh er y fa dy vel ny Yernee cho "barbaragh" as quaagh. Carn; indignation

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