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work1 (v.) labraghey; gobbragh; obbraghey: Let us work well to-day - Lhig dooin gobbraghey dy-mie jiu. JJK idiom; (n.) laboraght; obbyr: Work without request is work without thanks - Obbyr dyn shirrey, obbyr dyn booise. JJK idiom

work2 (v.) (of angler); (yn) awin y eeastagh seose

work3 (v.) (as dog) cloghey; cloh

work4 (v.) (with poor tool) murtaghey


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agricultural work (n.) obbyr hallooin

broidered work (n.) obbyr laatshagh: with emeralds, purple, and broidered work - lesh emeraldyn, gorrym-jiarg, as obbyr laatshagh Bible; obbyr-snaidey: I clothed thee also with broidered work - Ren mee oo myr gedd in y choamrey lesh obbyr-snaidey Bible

canvas work (n.) greas er carmeish

charitable work (n.) obbyr ghiastyllagh

checker work (n.) obbyr chequer

dramatic work (n.) drammey

frost work blaaghyn rioee

gold work (n.) obbyr airhey

historical work (n.) lioar hennaghys

hosiery work (n.) obbyr oashyragh

job work obbyr er y pheesh; startey er y pheesh

lattice work carree, obbyr chleeah

metal work obbyr-veainey

night work (n.) arnane

office work (n.) obbyr offish

open-work stockings (npl.) oashyryn moggyllagh

poker work (n.) doo-ghrainnaghey

punishing work (n.) obbyr cherree

scratch work (n.) screeb-obbyr

servile work (n.) obbyr cadjin

sharp work obbyr ghastey

smithy work (n.) gaauenys

tapestry work (n.) obbyr snaidey

tough work (n.) obbyr ghoillee

welfare work (n.) obbyr lhiasee

without work gyn obbyr

work basket (n.) bastag whaalee

work bench (n.) bink-obbree

work clothes (npl.) cullee obbyr

work day (n.) laa obbyr

work down skyrraghtyn neose

work fellow (n.) co-labree

work horse (n.) cabbyl obbyr, cabbyl shesheree

work house (n.) thie ny moght, thie obbyr

work in1 (v.) obbraghey cheusthie, obbraghey stiagh

work in2 (v.) (of thing) cheet stiagh eh hene

work in3 (v.) (of person) seiy stiagh

work off (v.) cur jeh, lhiggey jeh, lhiggey

work on (v.) obbraghey roish

work out1 (v.) (as position) feasley

work out2 (v.) (as problem) feasley

work out3 (v.) (as position) jannoo magh

work room (n.) shamyr obbree

work spasmodically (v.) ratchal

work stoppage lhiettalys obbyr

work table (n.) boayrd obbyr

work up1 (v.) obbraghey

work up2 (v.) (of garment) drappal neese; skyrraghtyn neese

work up3 (v.) (in job) obbraghey neese

work westwards (v.) (to); (dy) woalley sheear

woven work obbyr feeit

Big Day's Work (n.) Obbyr Laa Mooar

Day's Work of the Boys (n.) Obbyr Laa ny Guilley

Hospital Social Work Team (n.) Skimmee Obbyr Sheshoil y Thie-Lheihys, Skimmee Obbyr Heshoil y Thie Lheihys

out of work1 (adj.) taaue

out of work2 (to be); (dy ve) gyn obbyr; ass nobbyr: Throw out of work - Cur magh ass obbyr. DF idiom

piece of work (n.) shayll

work capability assessments (npl.) sessyn ry-hoi ablid d'obbraghey

work of art (n.) obbyr ellyn, schleideraght

thanks (n.) booise: Work without request is work without thanks - Obbyr dyn shirrey, obbyr dyn booise. JJK idiom

bastag whaalee (f.) work basket

bink-obbree (f.) work bench

blaaghyn rioee (f.) frost work

boayrd obbyr work table

cabbyl obbyr work horse

cullee obbyr (f.) work clothes

doo-ghrainnaghey poker work

drammey dramatic work

drappal neese (of garment) work up

laa obbyr work day

lhiettalys obbyr work stoppage

lioar hennaghys (f.) historical work

obbraghey (=Ir. oirbriú) 1 act, action, application, cultivate, elaboration, employment, exercise, forge, function, handle, handling, influence, labour, motion, operate, operation, performance, ply, process, pursuance, start, wangle, work, work up, wreak a: As ghow Noah toshiaght dy obbraghey yn thalloo Bible; 2 (legal) application; 3 (of machines) behaviour

obbraghey cheusthie work in

obbraghey neese (in job) work up

obbraghey roish work on

obbraghey stiagh work in

obbyr airhey (f.) gold work

obbyr ghastey (f.) sharp work

obbyr ghoillee (f.) tough work

obbyr lhiasee (f.) welfare work

obbyr oashyragh (f.) hosiery work

obbyr offish (f.) office work

obbyr-snaidey (f.) embroidery; broidered work

obbyr-veainey (f.) metal work, metalwork

schleideraght (f.) work of art

screeb-obbyr (f.) scratch work

skyrraghtyn neese (of garment) work up

skyrraghtyn neose work down

woalley sheear (dy); (to) work westwards

brain-work (n.) obbyr ching

brass-work obbyr phrashey; prashyn

chain-work (n.) obbyr ghriaghtagh, obbyr-linkyn

cloth-work obbyr eaddee

copper-work obbyr chobbyr

crochet-work obbyr chroeshey

cunning (adj.) cluicagh; (n.) cluicys; schlei, schleï; croutys; kialgeyrys; schleioil: the work of the hands of a cunning workman - obbyr lauee yn er-keirdee schleioil Bible; aghtal: with cherubims of cunning work made he them - va cherubim jeant orroo lesh obbyr aghtal Bible

enamel-work (n.) obbyr chrooan

glass-work (n.) obbyr ghlonney

hack-work (n.) obbyr faillee

head-work (n.) cloie king; obbyr ching

lace-work (n.) obbyr laatchey

piece-work (n.) meer-obbyr

request (n.) aghin: I met their request - Chooilleen mee yn aghin oc. DF idiom; (v.) shirrey: Work without request is work without thanks - Obbyr dyn shirrey, obbyr dyn booise. JJK idiom; jannoo aghin; yeearree: At my own request - Rere my yeearree hene. DF idiom

scroll-work (n.) obbyr scrolley

silver-work obbyr argid

timber-work obbyr aamaid

time-work (n.) obbyr rere ny hooryn

tin-work (n.) obbyr stainnagh

wattle-work spelt; tuigyn

wire-work (n.) strengeydys

work-bag (n.) poagey whaalee

work-master (n.) mainshtyr obbyr

ass nobbyr out of work

awin y eeastagh seose (yn); (of angler) work

cloie king head-work

gaauenys smithcraft, smithy work; smithery

greas er carmeish canvas work

gyn obbyr2 (dy ve); (to be) out of work

labraghey labour, labouring, work, working

mainshtyr obbyr work-master

meer-obbyr piece-work

oashyryn moggyllagh (f.) open-work stockings

obbyr aamaid (f.) timber-work

obbyr argid (f.) silver-work

obbyr cherree (f.) imposition, punishing work

obbyr ching (f.) brain-work, head-work

obbyr chleeah (f.) fretwork; lattice work

obbyr chobbyr (f.) copper-work

obbyr chroeshey (f.) crochet-work

obbyr chrooan (f.) enamel-work

obbyr eaddee (f.) cloth-work

obbyr ellyn (f.) work of art

obbyr faillee (f.) hack-work

obbyr ghlonney (f.) glass-work

obbyr ghriaghtagh (f.) chain-work

obbyr laatchey (f.) lace-work

obbyr phrashey (f.) brass-work

obbyr scrolley (f.) scroll-work

obbyr stainnagh (f.) tin-work

poagey whaalee ditty-bag, work-bag

prashyn brass-work

shamyr obbree (f.) (in house) den; work room

spelt (f.) wattle hurdle, wattle-work

strengeydys wire-work

tuigyn (f.) wattle-work

cabbyl shesheree plough horse, work horse

cheet stiagh eh hene (of thing) work in

obbyr er y pheesh (f.) job work

Obbyr Laa Mooar Big Day's Work

obbyr rere ny hooryn (f.) time-work

sessyn ry-hoi ablid d'obbraghey work capability assessments

startey er y pheesh job work

carree (f.) flying scud, scud; lattice work, rack; chancel: Vod y fer-carree soie? JK

laboraght (f.) labour, toil, work: nee oo gee jeh laboraght dty laueyn Bible

lhiggey6 (jeh) acquit, acquittal; blow off, shoot off, work off

obbyr cadjin (f.) servile work: cha jean shiu monney erbee dy obbyr cadjin. Bible

Obbyr Laa ny Guilley Day's Work of the Boys

Skimmee Obbyr Heshoil y Thie Lheihys Hospital Social Work Team

Skimmee Obbyr Sheshoil y Thie-Lheihys Hospital Social Work Team

thie ny moght alms house, poor house, union workhouse, work house

applaud (v.) bwoalley bassyn, cur molley da; moylley: I applaud his work - Ta mee moylley yn obbyr echey. DF idiom

bending croymm; crommey: Bending over his work - Croymmey er yn obbyr echey. DF idiom; lhoobagh

change1 arraghey, coonrey; caghlaa: Change of work is rest - Caghlaa obbyr aash. JJK idiom; cassey; ceaghley; neealeraght

combine (v.) cheet stiagh ry-cheilley, cochiangley, cur ry-cheilley; jannoo cooidjagh: Combine work and pleasure - Obbyr as taitnys y yannoo cooidjagh. DF idiom; (n.) co-unnaneys

demon (n.) drogh spyrryd; jouyl: He's a demon for work - T'eh ny jouyl son obbyr. DF idiom

department (n.) rheynn: He doesn't work in this department - Cha nel eh gobbragh 'sy rheynn shoh. DF idiom

diligent (adj.) imneagh, jeadagh, jeean, jeidjagh, kiaralagh; jeidagh: Work is the diligent man's motto - Ta obbyr kione-ghraue yn dooinney jeidagh. JJK idiom

disheartening cur ass cree: We find the work very disheartening - Ta'n obbyr cur shin ass cree dy mooar. DF idiom

emeralds (npl.) emeraldyn: they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds, purple, and broidered work - ren ad dellal ayns dty vargaghyn lesh emeraldyn, gorrym-jiarg, Bible

employed failt; ymmyd jeant jeh; goit seose: for they were employed in that work day and night - son vad goit seose ayns yn obbyr shen, oie as laa Bible

failure1 (n.) brishey; failleil; rey: That work is a total failure - Ta'n obbyr shen rey. DF idiom

fits freggyrtagh: It fits in with his story - T'eh freggyrt rish e skeeal. DF idiom; gaarlaghey: It fits him for the work - T'eh gaarlaghey eh da'n obbyr. DF idiom; kinkyn

incite (v.) brasnaghey: Incite someone to work - Peiagh ennagh y vrasnaghey gys obbyr. DF idiom; greesaghey, greinnaghey

intelligence (n.) chyrrysid, fys, inchynaght, naight, rick, tushtaght; tushtagh: It is the work of an intelligence - She obbyr hushtagh eh. DF idiom; toiggalys: He showed intelligence - Hoilshee eh toiggalys. DF idiom

long choud; er lhiurid; mianey; liauyrey; foddey: Long ago - Foddey er dy henney. DF idiom; liauyr: Work long hours - Laa liauyr y obbraghey. DF idiom

motto (n.) jarroo-raa; kione-ghraue: Work is the diligent man's motto - Ta obbyr kione-ghraue yn dooinney jeidagh. JJK idiom

much more foddey ny smoo; foddey smoo: The people bring much more than enough for the service of the work - Tan pobble coyrt lhieu foddey smoo ny ta ymmyrchagh son shirveish yn obbyr Bible

of the hand lauee: the work of the hands of a cunning workman. - obbyr lauee yn er-keirdee schleioil Bible

on the whole (adv.) trooid as trooid: The work on the whole is good - Ta'n obbyr mie trooid as trooid. DF idiom

pressure broo; chennar; preays: To work at high pressure - Dy obbraghey fo ard phreays. DF idiom; trimmid

shall not do cha jean: ye shall not do any work therein - cha jean shiu monney erbee dy obbyr Bible

underground dy follit, dy keillit; fo-halloo: To work underground - Dy obbraghey fo halloo. DF idiom; follit, keillit

windward cheu ny geayee: Work to windward of the rock - Gow cheu ny geayee jeh'n chreg. DF idiom

worry1 boirey: Worry kills people quicker than work - Ta boirey marroo sleih ny s'tappee na obbyr. DF idiom; (n.) imnea: Don't worry! - Ny bee imnea ort! DF idiom; (v.) cur imnea er; (to); (dy) voirey

arnane (=Ir. airneán) homework, night work, overtime, prep, task: ta coorse joinagh G.C.E. ec Colaashtey ny Edjaghys Sodjey ayns brastyl arnane. Carn

cloghey (as animals) bait; (as dog) work; chase: Jeeagh orroo roie, jeeagh orroo roie, V'ad cloghey geiyrt er ben eirinagh, Dhoor

cloh chase, drive along, pursuit; (as dog) work: Va'n moddey shen cloh yn ollagh. DF; chasing

colabree work fellow, companion in labour: ghow mee eh dy ve ymmyrchagh dy chur hiuish Epaphroditus, my vraar as colabree Bible

cur jeh abort, deter, disrobe, postpone, postponement, shake off, undressing, waive, work off: Ny lhig dasyn ta cur mysh e êilley-chaggee boggyssagh, myr eshyn ta cur jeh eh. Bible

feasley cast loose, cast off, liberation, loose: As feasley e vayrn myn-vrisht, as chiow e laueyn Dhoor; (as problem) work out

gobbragh See gobbraghey work, wrought: er-yn-oyr dy row ad gobbragh er my hon's Bible

gyn obbyr1 unemployed; without work: Yn ooir va roie j'ee hene cur magh e mess gyn obbyr laue, gyn greie dy obbragh lesh PC

jannoo magh accomplish, content, deduce, define, determine, divine, make out, purvey, purveyance, satisfy, seek out, supply, think out: Son teh jannoo magh yn annym follym Bible; (as position) work out

lhiggey jeh acquit, acquittal; blow off, shoot off, work off: Ren y fliaghey lhiggey jeh. DF; loosen

murtaghey bungle, fumble, messing up, mess up: Va mee murtaghey 'sy dorraghys. DF; (with poor tool) work

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