Cooyrt yn Aspick (f.) Bishop's Court: Daag shin 'sy voghrey son Cooyrt yn Aspick, as ayns shoh leeid yn Chiarn Aspick eh-hene shin trooid e gharaghyn as y cooyrt, soilshaghey dooin shenn chooid yn Aspick ard-ghooagh Wilson. Coraa
creen decayed, sapless, withered: Ayns y voghrey te glass, as gaase seose: agh ayns yn astyr te giarit sheese, te creen as fiojit Bible; ripe: myr arroo blestit roish my te creen Bible; diminutive, trifling
dagh oie nightly: Hie gammanyn er cloie dagh oie as va shin loayrt ry cheilley, gyn gaccan erbee veih'n wardoon kyndagh rish ny coraaghyn feer ard goaill arrane derrey ny ooryn moghey 'sy voghrey. Carn
shoh ny shen this or that: 'Sy voghrey cuirr dty rass, as ec yn astyr ny lhaggee dty laue: son cha vel fys ayd quoi jeu nee bishaghey, edyr shoh ny shen ; er-nonney bee ad ny-neesht co-laik mie. Bible
commanded doardee: And I commanded Joshua at that time - As doardee mee Joshua ec y traa shen Bible; goardail: And the congregation sent thither twelve thousand men of the valiantest, and commanded them - As hug y cheshaght nyn’oï daa housane jeig jeh ny deiney s’dunnal, goardail daue; haree: They commanded - Haree ad. DF idiom; oardit: and I did in the morning as I was commanded - as ren mee ’sy voghrey myr ve oardit dou Bible; oardrit; hug currym er: And he commanded them - As hug eh currym orroo Bible
sign1 cowraghey; cowreydagh; monney: That's a sure sign - Ta shen monney shickyr. DF idiom; cowrey: They say it's a sign of fine weather, in the morning - Ta feallagh gra dy nee cowrey emshir aalin eh, ayns y voghrey. JJK idiom
kiartaghey accommodate, adjust, adjusting, amend, appoint, dispose, even out, fix, make, mend, modify, prepare, qualify, ready, redress, setting, settle, settling; correct, true; correction, modification, preparation, rectification; set in order: nee oo kiartaghey ny reddyn ta dy ve soit er ayns nyn order oural-millish y lostey er Bible; dress: As nee Aaron lostey er oural-millish dy chooilley voghrey: tra t'eh kiartaghey ny lampyn, nee eh oural-millish y lostey er. Bible
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