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walk1 (n.) cosheeaght, immeeaght, walk; (v.) shooyl, shooyll: We can walk there - Fodmayd shooyl dys shen. JJK idiom; walkal: It's only half-an-hour's walk - Cha nel eh agh walkal lieh-oor. JJK idiom; (impv) immee, shooill, shooyl-jee

walk2 (n.) (in names) cassan

walk3 (v.) (as cloth) tuckal

walk4 (n.) (of postman) turrys

walk walk: As jeeragh er ny shamyryn, va walk jeih cubityn er lheead er cheu-sthie Bible

Inexact matches:

Cedar Walk (n.) Cassan Cedar

Cherry Walk (n.) (The) Cassan ny Shillishyn

Parish Walk (n.) Cosheeaght ny Skeeraghyn

rope walk (n.) cassan tead

walk about (v.) shooyl mygeayrt; (impv) Shooill-jee mysh: Walk about Sion, and go round about her - Shooill-jee mysh as immee-jee mygeayrt-y-mooee Bible

walk after (v.) geiyrt da: And it shall be, if thou do at all forget the Lord thy God, and walk after other gods - Agh my nee shiu er aght erbee jarrood y Chiarn nyn Yee, as geiyrt da jeeghyn erbee elley Bible; geiyrt er: and burn incense unto Baal, and walk after other gods - as geiyrt er jeeghyn elley nagh vel enney eu orroo Bible; gimmeeaght lurg: They shall walk after the Lord - Nee ad gimmeeaght lurg y Chiarn Bible

walk along (v.) shooyl roish

walk away (v.) fow roish, goll roish, shooyl roish

walk in (v.) shooyl stiagh

walk into (v.) shooyl stiagh ayns

walk off (v.) shooyl roish

walk out (v.) shooyl magh

walk round (v.) shooyl mygeayrt

will walk shooyllee

would walk shooylagh

difficult to walk on lheibeidjagh

Hill of the Walk (n.) Cronk y Chooyl

I will walk shooill-ym; neem gimmeeaght: I will walk in thy truth - neem gimmeeaght ayns dty irrinys Bible

Millennium Way Walk (n.) Cassan yn Villey Bleeaney

St George's Walk (n.) Cassan Keeill Horys

take a walk (v.) (to); (dy) hooyl

shooyl roish walk along, walk away, walk off: V'eh shooyl roish dy baccagh. DF

Cassan Cedar Cedar Walk

cassan tead rope walk

shooyl mygeayrt walk about, walk round: Bee-jee sheelt, bee-jee er nyn arrey; er-yn-oyr dy vel y noid eu yn drogh-spyrryd, myr lion buirroogh, shooyl mygeayrt, shirrey quoi oddys eh y stroie Bible

Cassan ny Shillishyn (The) Cherry Walk

Cosheeaght ny Skeeraghyn (f.) Parish Walk

neem gimmeeaght I will walk

shooyl stiagh ayns walk into

Cassan Keeill Horys St George's Walk

Cassan yn Villey Bleeaney Millennium Way Walk

Cronk y Chooyl Hill of the Walk

fow roish buzz off, walk away

lheibeidjagh cumbersome, difficult to walk on, unwieldly, unwieldy

shooill (=Ir. siúil) (impv) walk: irree seose as shooill Bible

tuckal to the full; (as cloth) walk [M.E.tuck]

geiyrt er agate, ensuing; walk after: quoi eh t'ou geiyrt er? Bible

hooyl2 (dy); (to) take a walk: dy hooyl ayns cassanyn cammey ayns raad neu-chiart Bible

immee (=Ir. imigh) (impv) begone, go, walk: Immee royd ayns shee Bible

Shooill-jee mysh walk about: Shooill-jee mysh Sion, as immee-jee mygeayrt-y-mooee Bible

shooill-ym I will walk: shooill-ym harrish Edom; harrish Philistia yioym y varriaght. Bible

shooylagh (=Ir. siúlach) (v.) would walk: son cha shooylagh ad ayns ny raaidyn echey Bible; (n.) (phone) mobile

shooyl-jee walk: Reue-jee, as shooyl-jee noon as noal trooid y theihll.

shooyll walk: Ga dy vel mee shooyll ayns mean seaghyn Bible

honestly (adv.) dy jeeragh; dy ynrick; dy onneragh: Let us walk honestly, as in the day - Lhig dooin gimmeeaght dy onneragh myr ayns y laa Bible

I will give verym; ver-yms: I will give thee places to walk among these that stand by - ver-yms dhyt ynnydyn dy hooyl orroo mastey yn slane eanish Bible

promenade cosheeaght, shooyl; shooylaghan: To walk along the promenade - Dy hooyl y shooylaghan. DF idiom

streets (npl.) straiddyn; straaidyn: To walk the streets - Dy hooyl ny straaidyn. DF idiom; straidyn, straïdyn: Densely crowded streets - Straidyn plooghit lesh sleih. DF idiom

through the earth trooid y theihll: walk to and fro through the earth - shooyl-jee noon as noal trooid y theihll Bible

cassan (=Ir. casan) 1 passage, path, pathway, sidewalk, thoroughfare a: Ta cassan ayn nagh nhione da eean erbee Bible; 2 See Cassan Cedar (in names) walk, footpath; 3 trajectory

cosheeaght (f.) gait, march, pacing, pedestrianism, procession, promenade, walk: As ren eh cosheeaght vie, as hayrn eh er-gerrey. Bible

geiyrt da walk after, go after, follow, seek after, pursue, obey, mind: Teh er dreigeil yn raad cair, as er ngholl er-shaghryn, geiyrt da raad Balaam mac Bosor Bible

gimmeeaght lurg walk after: Nee ad gimmeeaght lurg y Chiarn: troggee eh seose e choraa myr lion Bible

goll roish betake, buzz off, clear out, go off, make away, move on, nip off, pass on, pop off, walk away; antecede, go ahead, go before, precede: ta injillid goll roish ooashley Bible

jeeragh er facing, in front of, opposite, over against: As jeeragh er ny shamyryn, va walk jeih cubityn er lheead er cheu-sthie, as keead cubit ayns lhiurid, as ny giattyn lesh y twoaie. Bible

shooyl (=Ir. siúl) See shooyll ambulatory, gait, itinerant, pace, perambulate, perambulation, promenade, traverse, traversing, tread, treading, vagrant, walk, walking: Ren oo shooyl trooid y cheayn lesh dty chabbil Bible; walks

shooyllee will tread, will walk: as shooyllee eh er ynnydyn ard y thallooin Bible

shooyl magh walk out: My nee eh girree, as shooyl magh er e lorg, cha bee cooilleeney er ny ghoaill er (myr dunver:) Bible

shooyl stiagh walk in: Yn ellan lieh-varbaragh shoh, raad va riftanyn garroo shooyl stiagh sy thie gyn reaghey red erbee rolaue as gyllagh magh 'Kys t'ou uss, ven?' SF

turrys (=Ir. turas) (f.) (of sea) crossing, passage; excursion, expedition, itinerary, jaunt, journey, outing, progress, run, tour, trip: Bee turrys sterrymagh ain jiu. DF; (of planet) transit; (of postman) walk

arise (v.) troggal: If there arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams - My nee phadeyr [foalsey] ny branlaader ashlishyn troggal ny mast' eu Bible; irrys: when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep? - cuin irrys, oo ass dty chadley? Bible; girree: Let my father arise - Lhig da mayr girree Bible; (impv) trog ort: Arise, walk through the land - Trog ort, shooyll trooid y cheer Bible; trog-jee: arise, go again unto the man -trog-jee erriu, gow-jee reesht gys y dooinney Bible; irree: Arise, be gone - Irree, as immee royd Bible

carnal (adj.) callinagh: but I am carnal, sold under sin - agh ta mish callinagh creckit fo peccah Bible; foalley: are ye not carnal, and walk as men? - nagh vel shiu foalley, as gimmeeaght myr deiney? Bible; seihltagh: is it a great thing if we shall reap your carnal things? - nee madyr mooar eh my nee mayd buinn ny nheeghyn seihltagh eu? Bible

devices (npl.) saaseyn: He disappointeth the devices of the crafty - Teh tilgey bun-ry-skyn saaseyn ny croutee Bible; croutyn: I know your thoughts, and the devices which ye wrongfully imagine against me - ta fys aym er ny smooinaghtyn eu, as er ny croutyn ta shiu dy aggairagh kiarail m. Bible; smooinaghtyn dowin: There are many devices in a man's heart - Ta ymmodee smooinaghtyn dowin ayns cree dooinney Bible; aghtyn: but we will walk after our own devices - agh nee mayd gimmeeaght lurg nyn aghtyn hene Bible; kialgyn: for we are not ignorant of his devices - son cha vel e chialgyn gyn-yss dooin Bible

I should lhisin, lhisins: shew thou me the way that I should walk in - jeeagh dou yn raad ayn lhisin gimmeeaght Bible; (dy) jinnin: If it be your mind that I should bury my dead out of my sight - My she nyn aigney eh, dy jinnin my varroo y oanluckey ass my hilley Bible; (dy) jinnyn: God forbid that I should sin against the Lord - ny lhig eh Jee dy jinnyn peccah noin Chiarn Bible; veign: I should soon have put down their enemies - Veign dy leah er choyrt sheese ny noidyn oc Bible

line coyrd, skeog; craplag; keird; lineal; linney: Line that links up two towns - Linney ta ny kiangley eddyr daa valley. DF idiom; rann; rimmeigey; scheimmeig; scheimmeigey; sheeynag: Horizontal line - Sheeynag chochruinnagh. DF idiom; sliught; snaie; strane: Walk in line - Shooyl rere strane. DF idiom; strap; streng; tead; thow; line

short beg: Will you take a short walk? - Jean shiu walkal beg? JJK idiom; giare: Has not the time for sleep been short ? - Nagh vel traa yn chadlee er ve giare? JJK idiom; giare-chiarklaghey; giare-chiarkyl; giare-scannane; goan; goun; stuggagh; tiark

two daa: If you chase two hares you will catch neither - My chloys oo daa waagh cha dayr oo unnane jeu. JJK idiom; ghaa: He doubled up his two fists - Ghooin eh e ghaa ghoarn. DF idiom; jees: To walk in two's - Dy hooyl jees as jees. DF idiom

wanton gaddeeagh; gimmanagh; gyn fa; gyn oyr; rouanagh: walk with stretched forth necks and wanton eyes - shooyl dy ard-wannallagh, as lesh sooillyn rouanagh Bible; rouanys: Ye have lived in pleasure on the earth, and been wanton - Ta shiu er vaghey ayns soailid as rouanys er y thalloo; Bible

immeeaght (=Ir. imeacht) (f.) pl. immeeaghtyn act, action, decampment, departure, drift, exit, exodus, going away, procedure, proceeding, procession, progress, progression, start, walk, way; (of events) current; depart, go, going: as scoan va Jacob er n'immeeaght veih fenish Isaac e ayr, dy daink Esau e vraar stiagh veih e heilg. Bible; flight of time, fullness; paces of a horse; mien


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