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braddag vollagh (f.) woolly bear

cuishag vollagh (f.) broad-leaved ragwort, Saracen's woundwort

cushag vollagh (f.) hoary ragwort

daa vollagh two-way

faiyr vollagh (f.) (grass) cocksfoot

keyrrey vollagh (f.) heavy fleeced sheep

Laggey Vollagh Rough Hollow

Lhag Vollagh Rough Hollow

Lheannee Vollagh Rough Meadow

lus vollagh (f.) woodruff

ro vollagh too completely

tree vollagh three-way

Close y Curragh Vollagh Rough Miry Enclosure

Close y Vollagh Enclosure of the Road

Lag y Vollagh Old Road Hollow

Rough Hollow (n.) Lhag Vollagh, Laggey Vollagh

cocksfoot (n.) (grass) faiyr vollagh

Saracen's woundwort (n.) cuishag vollagh

three-way (adj.) tree vollagh

too completely ro vollagh

freeway (n.) seyr-vollagh

heavy fleeced sheep (n.) keyrrey vollagh

tramway (n.) tram-vollagh

two-way1 (adj.) daa hroagh; daa vollagh

seyr-vollagh freeway

tram-vollagh tramway

broad-leaved ragwort (n.) bossan mollagh mooar, cuishag vollagh

hoary ragwort (n.) bossan mollagh, cushag vollagh

Old Road Hollow (n.) Lag y Vollagh

Rough Meadow (n.) Lheannee Vollagh, Lheannee Gharroo, Lheannee Garroo

Rough Miry Enclosure (n.) Close y Curragh Vollagh

woolly bear (n.) braddag skeddan, braddag vollagh

Enclosure of the Road (n.) Close y Vollee, Close y Vollagh, Close y Vayr

woodruff (n.) lus vollagh, lus y scoarnee, lus y vohlt

bushy (adj.) clannagh; dossagh, dossanagh; mollagh: She is bushy - Ta piht vollagh eck. DF idiom; skeabagh, skeaigagh; thammagagh

meaig (=Ir. meug) (f.) whey: Hoilshee prowallyn dy row e-coli ayns piob-beeal Vollagh Lhean, ta goll er ymmydey ec Keylannyn Vannin dy phumpal meaig nagh vel ad laccal stiagh sy cheayn. BS

mwyllar miller, mill owner: Ta mee er chlashtyn deiney ginsh Mygeayrt y mysh y chiollagh Jeh ben va goll, ny ferish nish Shenn Nan y mwyllar vollagh. Dhoor

left er chlee, er hostal; kiare; (v.) daag: He left it there last night - Daag eh ayns shen riyr. DF idiom; hreig: He left his wife - Hreig eh e ven. DF idiom; toshtal: The left-hand house - Yn thie toshtal. DF idiom; faagit: It's the only avenue left - She'n un vollagh ta faagit. DF idiom

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