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woaill smote, struck: woaill David ad veih brishey'n laa gys fastyr laa-ny-vairagh Bible


Inexact matches:

struck bwoaillit; labbit; poltit; screebit; woaill: The clock struck three - Woaill y clag tree er y chlag. DF idiom

hit ard-speeideilys; builley: He hit back - Hug eh builley er builley. DF idiom; bwoalley; cur da; labbal; woaill: He hit it as hard as he could - Woaill eh lesh ooilley e niart eh. DF idiom

smote (v.) woaill

baaishyn temples: as lesh yn hammar woaill ee Sisera, woaill ee trooid e chione eh, tra v'ee er hoylley as er woalley trooid baaishyn e ching. Bible

asney fin, nerve, rib, timber: woaill eh eh lesh fo'n wheiggoo asney Bible

biljyn-figgagh fig trees: Woaill eh neesht ny biljyn-feeyney as ny biljyn-figgagh oc Bible

cuirtliagh reed: woaill ad eh er y chione lesh cuirtliagh Bible

eallyn chops: Woaill mee eh er ny eallyn. DF

gourd gourd: woaill eh yn gourd, dy ren eh fioghey. Bible

juntyn joints: as woaill eh ree Israel eddyr juntyn yn êilley-caggee Bible

beat back (n.) bwoaill er ash: They beat back the enemy - Woaill ad er ash y noid. DF idiom; castey

bell1 (n.) clag, clageen; kiaullane: As soon as the bell rang, you awoke - Cha leah's woaill y kiaullane, ghooisht oo. JJK idiom; (v.) cur clag er

chops (npl.) asnaghyn; eallyn: I hit him on the chops - Woaill mee eh er ny eallyn. DF idiom

garrison (n.) garrastan; garrison: And Jonathan smote the garrison of the Philistines - As woaill Jonathan garrison ny Philistinee Bible; sidooryn

on the head er y chione: and smote him on the head - as woaill ad eh er y chione Bible

spits (npl.) shellaghyn: And they smote him on the head with a reed, and did spit upon him - As woaill ad eh er y chione lesh cuirtliagh, as cheau ad shellaghyn er Bible; bhir

ardvalley (=Ir ardbhaile) city: As hooar Husham baase, as ren Hadad mae Bedad, [woaill Midian ayns magher Voab], reill 'syn ynnyd echey: as va ennym yn ardvalley echey Avith. Bible

armyderyn armourers: As haink jeih deiney aegey, armyderyn Yoab, mygeayrt-y-mysh, as woaill ad Absalom, as varr ad eh. Bible

ass roshtyn irrecoverable, out of reach: as woaill eh yn cheshaght-chaggee ; va jeeaghyn orroo hene dy ve ass roshtyn dangere. Bible

bassag (=Ir. boiseog) (f.) backhander, blow with the palm, clap, clout, pat, skelp, slap, smack: Woaill eh bassag da'n vluckan. DF; tennis

builley trome heavy blow, serious blow: Eshyn woaill yn pobble ayns e yymmoose lesh builley trome Bible

daa cheayrt doubly, twice, twice over: As hrog Moses e laue, as lesh e lorg woaill eh yn chreg daa cheayrt: as roie yn ushtey magh dy palchey, as ren y pobble giu, as nyn maase myrgeddin. Bible; double

dewil barbarous, cold-blooded, cruel, inclement, savage, severe: woaill eh ad rass as cass, lesh cragh dewil Bible

dragan dragon: Woaill shin y cheiy as ren shin scoltey kione y dragan. GK

dy jarroo actually, decidedly, earnestly, explicitly, rather; yea: Dy jarroo, cren vondeish veagh niart nyn laueyn dooys Bible; indeed: Woaill eh yn chreg chloaie dy jarroo, dy ren yn ushtey brishey magh Bible

fastyr (=Ir. feascar) afternoon, evening, from noon to darkness, postmeridian, vesper: woaill David ad veih brishey'n laa gys fastyr laa-ny-vairagh Bible [L. vesper]

fer elley other: As ghow yn tannys e ir-vooinjerey, as woaill ad fer, as varr ad fer elley, as chlagh ad fer elley. Bible; other one

fer-mooinjerey servant: woaill eh fer-mooinjerey yn ard ard-saggyrt, as ghiare eh e chleaysh jeh Bible

gour e vullee headlong: ghow eh clagh ass, as sling eh eh, as woaill eh yn Philistine ayns glaare e eddin, dy ren y chlagh sinkeil ayns glaare e eddin; as huitt eh gour e vullee gys y thalloo. Bible

harryn over us: agh ny-yeih hie ny sling harryn mygeayrt-y-mysh, as woaill ad eh. Bible As dooyrt eshyn, Quoi ren uss dty phrince as dty vriw harryn? Bible

heayin (ny); (the) lambs: As hie mee er nyn eiyrts, as woaill mee ad, as livrey mee ny heayin ass nyn meeal Bible

kibbin dibble, gad, linchpin, peg, spike, stake, wooden pin: woaill ee yn kibbin trooid e chione Bible

oikanyn children: woaill eh Nob ard-valley ny saggyrtyn lesh foyr y chliwe, chammah deiney as mraane cloan as oikanyn, dew, as assylyn as kirree, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

shellaghyn spits: As cheau ad shellaghyn er, as ghow ad y chuirtlagh, as woaill ad eh er y chione Bible

thanney attenuated, flimsy, lank, lanky, lean, meagre, rare, scraggy, shallow, sharp face, skinny, slender, slim, sparely built, tenuous, weedy: woaill ad magh yn airh ayns plaityn thanney Bible; (as friendship) hollow; (as paper) thin; (in build) thin; (of liquid) thin; (of colour) watery; (of liquid) watery; (as solution) weak; gaunt; jejune [O.Ir. tana]

ventyr enterprise, undertaking; venture: As ren dooinney dy row tayrn bow er ventyr, as woaill eh ree Israel eddyr juntyn yn êilley-caggee Bible

wieryn wires: woaill ad magh yn airh ayns plaityn thanney, as yiare ad eh ayns wieryn Bible

incurable (adj.) neuchouyralagh, neulheihysagh, neuslayntoil; gyn couyr: For her wound is incurable - Son tan lhott eck gyn couyr Bible; gyn lheihys: the Lord smote him in his bowels with an incurable disease - woaill y Chiarn ehsy volg lesh doghan gyn-lheihys Bible

cass (=Ir. cos, Sc.G. cas) (f.) pl. cassyn See kass bottom, foot, leg, peg: As woaill eh ad rass as cass Bible; (of feather) barrel; (of river) meander, mouth, outlet: Cass ny hawin. DF; (of pipe) stem; (of whip) crop; handle, hilt, shaft, stalk: shegin da ve êillit lesh yiarn, as cass shleiy Bible [O.Ir. cos]

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