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want dulley; feme: We're in great want of rain - Ta shin ayns feme mooar jeh fliaghey. JJK idiom; laccal: Give me my book, I want it - Cur dou my lioar, ta mee laccal ee. JJK idiom; raghtanys; ymmyrch; boghtynid


Inexact matches:

want of judgement jee-vriwnys

want of thought jee-smooinaghtyn

jee-smooinaghtyn want of thought

jee-vriwnys (f.) want of judgement

dulley scantiness, scarceness, want: Cha beagh dulley ayn. DF

laccal desire, want: cha row ad laccal nhee erbee. Bible; deficient; deficiency; wanted

action1 (n.) immeeaght; jantys: I want action now! - Ta mee laccal jantys nish! DF idiom; lheihll; (v.) obbraghey

in good time (adv.) dy traaoil: It was done in good time - V'eh jeant dy traaoil. DF idiom; ayns traa mie: I want to go home in good time - Shegin dou goll thie ayns traa mie. JJK idiom

mending (v.) fuailley, slanaghey, whalley; kerraghey: My shoes want mending - Ta my vraagyn laccal kerraghey. JJK idiom

plenty palchey: He has plenty of drive - Ta palchey greesaghey ayn. DF idiom; palchid; palchys; ram; soogh: Plenty never felt for want - Cha dennee rieau yn soogh y shang. JJK idiom

studious (adj.) lhaihagh, lioaragh; studeyragh: I want you to be studious - Saillym shiu dy ve studeyragh. JJK idiom

very man2 (n.) (the) dooinney cheddin: You are the very man I want! - T'ou uss yn dooinney cheddin ta mee laccal! DF idiom

raghtanys indigence, need, want; rigour: Ren Fiona McArdle, Karin McArdle, Stewart Bennett, Peddyr Shimmin, Peddyr Karran, Dave Fisher, Ian Morrison and Steoin Blackburn scapail veih'n raghtanys jeh vea ayns Mannin, ga nagh row eh agh rish daa laa. Dhoor; indiscretion

ymmyrch (=Ir. uircasbaidh) (f.) exigence, necessity, need, require, want: cur jee lhieu arroo son ymmyrch ny thieyn eu. Bible; wants; destitution, misery; poorness; lack

children (npl.) cloan; lhiennoo: My love to your children - My ghraih da ny lhiennoo eu. JJK idiom; scollagyn; paitchyn: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; oikanyn; ponniaryn: I want the children to be obedient - Saillym ny ponniaryn dy ve biallagh. JJK idiom

fatness1 (n.) keishid, meeaynlys, thummyd; reurid: Because he covereth his face with his fatness - Er-yn-oyr dy vel eh coodaghey e eddin lesh riurid Bible; roauyragh; riurid; meeaylys: fatness of the earth, - meeaylys y thallooin Bible; saill: thou art covered with fatness - tou coodit lesh saill Bible; soo: my flesh is dried up for want of fatness - ta my eill shymlit son laccal soo Bible

good mie: I want to go home in good time - Shegin dou goll thie ayns traa mie. JJK idiom; cair, foayroil; mieys; mienys; vie: I hope you are in good health - Ta mee treishteil dy vel shiu ayns slaynt vie. JJK idiom; foays

state (v.) abbyr, gra; (n.) ashoon; cheer: Every state was represented - Va chaghter ass gagh cheer ayn. DF idiom; state; staydoilys: We dined in state - Dee shin ayns staydoilys. DF idiom; foaynoo; stayd: I want to hear the actual state of things - Saillym clastyn stayd firrinagh ny reddyn. DF idiom; stait: Divorce church from state - Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF idiom; steat: Weighed down with the affairs of state - Laadit lesh currymyn steat. DF idiom

boghtynid (f.) jargon, nonsense; need, poverty, want: hig y meshtyllagh, as y glutterey gys boghtynid Bible; penury: Ayns dy chooilley laboraght ta vondeish: agh cha vel agh boghtynid ayns taggloo ny meillyn. Bible; spareness; nakedness: As dooyrt eh roo, Cha nee, agh dy akin boghtynid y cheer ta shiu er jeet. Bible; poor, shabbiness: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er Bible; poorness

gort acid, bitter, brackish, rank, vinegarish, vinegary: Trooid gort as genney v'ad nyn gercheenyn Bible; (as game) high; stale: Bainney gort. DF; (of land) sour; dearth, want: Trooid gort as genney v'ad nyn gercheenyn; chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; hurt; poignant; acrid; acrimony

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