CALEDONAG - Brívradar

Brívradar (Lexicon)

    
aconj[uh] + v-n to
aconj[ah, uh] + s-a as
áprep[aah] + sm at
abrigosnoun[ABB-rigg-oss] f pl. abrigosanapricot
abulnoun[AB-ull] m pl. -ablaiapple
achniv-n[ACH-nee] reg (achn-) pt. achn-groan
addiv-n[ADD-ee] reg (add-) pt. add-add
adennadnoun[uh-DENN-add] m pl. -aibuilding
adenniverb[uh-DENN-ee] adennethbuild
adhesadj[uh-ÐESS] southwards, in the south
adusadj[uh-DOOSS] northwards, in the north
agconj[agg] but
agarnoun[AGG-er] area
agosadv[AGG-oss] also
agúladv[uh-GOOHL] backwards
ahóladv[uh-HOLE] away
aiprep[eye] to
airnoun[aa-eer] f air
air-bortnoun[AA-eer-bort] f airport
airplánnoun[AA-eer-plaan] f pl. -aiaeroplane
aisnoun[aa-eess] f age
aksennoun[ACK-sen] f accent
Almainagadj[AL-my-nagg] German
amasciv-n[uh-MASS-kee] reg (amasc-) pt. amasc-exclude
amsprep[amss] out
anadv[ah] + s-n in
anádhilnoun[an-AAH-ðill] f pl. anádhlaibreath
anadhliv-n[an-A-ðlee] reg (anadhl-) pt. anadhl-breathe
anagsprep[ann-aggs] against
andromadj[ANN-drom] light (not heavy)
aníradj[uh-NEER] westwards, in the west
anísadj[uh-NEESS] below
anísadv[uh-NEESS] down
anísprep[uh-NEESS] under
anivulnoun[ANN-i-vol] m pl. anivlethanimal
anóradj[uh-NORE] eastwards, in the east
anósadj[uh-NOSS] above
ansprep[anss] in
ans-rádnoun[ANSS-raad] m pl. -ethentrance
antennoun[ANT-un] f pl. entinaunt
arart[arr] the
ar ... nánpron that, those
ar ... nópron this, these
ar Almainnoun[arr AL-mine] f Germany
ar dhuiadj[arr thoo-ee] both
ar Úntad Eoropagnoun[arr OON-tadd YOR-upp-agg] f European Union
árbíadv[aar-BEE] ever
asprep[ass] and
asannoun[ASS-unn] m pl. -nethdonkey
áthnoun[aath] m pl. -ifather
athullagadv[uh-THOOL-agg] further
aurnoun[our] m gold
autórnoun[ow-TORE] m pl. -iauthor
avonnoun[OW-on] f pl. -tairiver
avosconj[A-voss] because
babinoun[BABB-ee] m pl. -ethbaby
badharadj[BA-thar] deaf
bainoun[BAA-ee] m pl. -anbay
bakiv-n[BACK-ee] reg (bak-) pt. bak-bake
bakuirnoun[BACK-oo-eer] m pl. -ibaker
bakunnoun[BACK-oohn] bacon
balgnoun[balg] m pl. -aibag
baluadj[BAL-oo] dumb
banknoun[bank] f bench
bankanoun[BANK-uh] m pl. -ibank (financial)
barannoun[BA-run] m bread
bátanoun[BAAT-uh] m pl. -iboat
baulnoun[BA-ool] m pl. baulaibowl
becadj[bek] little
bednoun[bedd] pl. -ithfood
bediv-n[BEDD-ee] reg (bed-) pt. bed-can (able to)
béithv-n[bayth] irreg (dá) pt. rothbe
beninnoun[BENN-in] f pl. -aiwoman
beriv-n[BER-ee] reg (ber-) pt. ber-carry
beriverb[BAY-ree] (beri) pt. ferthbring
bertiv-n[BER-tee] reg (bert-) pt. bert-decide
bertiadnoun[BERT-yadd] m pl. -aidecision
noun[bee] f pl. -ethbee
biskobnoun[BISK-ob] m pl. -anbishop
blídhannoun[BLEE-ðan] f pl. blinethyear
blothnoun[bloth] m pl. -aiflower
blúrnoun[bloor] m flour
bonoun[bo] f pl. -thcow
bochiv-n[BOCH-ee] reg (boch-) pt. boch-drown
bodelnoun[BODD-ull] m pl. -bottle
boksnoun[box] m pl. -aibox
bórdanoun[BOARD-uh] m pl. -ideck (of ship)
bragnoun[bragg] f pl. bréigarm
bráknoun[braak] m pl. -ibrake
brákiverb[braak-ee] pt. frácethbrake
bráthnoun[braath] m pl. -ibrother
bravadj[brow] fine
breithiv-n[BRAYTH-ee] reg (breith-) pt. breith-dream
breithiadnoun[BRAYTH-ee-add] m pl. -aidream
brekfastnoun[BRECK-fast] m breakfast
Bretin Várnoun[BRET-inn vaar] f Great Britain
bríanoun[BREE-uh] f pl. -nbridge
briknoun[breek] f pl. -ibrick
brisiv-n[BREESS-ee] reg (bris-) pt. bris-break
brisiadnoun[BREESS-ee-add] m pl. -aibreak
bríuradarnoun[BREE-oo-radd-er] m pl. bríuradraidictionary
brívernoun[BREE-ver] n pl. brívraiword
bronnoun[bronn] f pl. -naibreast
brúnf[broo] pl. -ishoe
brúagadj[BROO-agg] filthy
brúgnoun[broog] pl. -ibank (of river)
brúiniadnoun[BROO-inn-yadd] m pl -aifight
brúinthv-n[BROO-inth] reg (brúin-) pt. brúin-fight
brúnadj[broohn] brown
brusnoun[brooss] m pl. -aibrush
brusiv-n[BROOSS-ee] reg (brus-) pt. brus-brush
v-n[boo] irreg (bú) pt. bú-live
búiadj[BOO-ee] yellow
bukednoun[BOOK-edd] f pl. -aibucket
búliv-n[BOO-lee] reg (búl-) pt. búl-hit
búragnoun[BOO-ragg] f pl. -aiwife
burthnoun[boorth] m pl. -aitable
busnoun[booss] m pl. -aibus
búthannoun[BOO-than] m pl. -nethcottage
cadiverb[KADD-ee] pt. gadethleave
cadiverb[KADD-ee] pt. gadethlet
caffulnoun[KAF-ull] m pl. ceffilhorse
Caledonnoun[KAL-uh-donn] f Pictland
caledonnoun[KAL-uh-donn] m pl. -aiPict
Caledonagadj[kal-uh-DONN-agg] Pictish (nationality)
Caledonagnoun[kal-uh-DONN-agg] Pictish (language)
calliverb[KAL-ee] pt. gallethlose
Camrinoun[KAM-ree] f (Ar Gamri)Wales
Camriagadj[KAM-ree-agg] Welsh
cantnoun[kant] f pl. -aispeech
cantanum[KANT-uh] ord first
caranoun[KAR-uh] m pl. -ifriend
cariadnoun[KARR-ee-add] m pl. -aifriendship
cavernoun[KOW-er] f help
cavriv-n[KOW-ree] reg (cavr-) pt. cavr-help
ciannum[k'yann] hundred
ciarcnoun[k-YARK] f pl. ciercihen
ciaviverb[k-YOW-ee] pt. ciavothfall
cistinnoun[KIST-en] f pl. -naikitchen
cittelnoun[KITT-ull] m pl. -ikettle
clíthv-n[kleeth] irreg (clí) pt. clís-hear
clúthvar[klooth] left
cóningnoun[KOH-ning] f pl. -airabbit
conniv-n[KONN-ee] reg (conn-) pt. conn-hold
cosnoun[koss] f pl. -aileg
covinanadj[kuh-WINN-unn] equal
coviniadnoun[kuh-WINN-yadd] m pl. -aiequator
cragnoun[kragg] f pl. cregstone
crediaunoun[KRED-yow] m pl. -aifaith
crinniv-n[KRINN-ee] reg (crinn-) pt. crinn-finish
crogiv-n[KROGG-ee] reg (crog-) pt. crog-hang
crusiverb[KROO-see] pt. grusethgather
cúagnoun[KOO-ug) f power
verb[DAA] AFF pt. rothis/are/am
daladj[dal] blind
dansiv-n[DANS-ee] reg (dans-) pt. dans-dance
dansiarnoun[DAN-shar] m danger
dátanoun[DAH-tuh] m pl. -idate
Dauannoun[DOW-an] f Earth, World
daurthv-n[DOW-erth] reg (dú-) pt. dú-give
dedhesadv[duh-ðESS] south, from the
dedusadv[duh-DOOSS] north, from the
delfinnoun[DELL-finn] m pl. -nethdolphin
deníradv[duh-NEER] west, from the
denniv-n[DENN-ee] irreg (denn-) pt. rendo
denniverb[denny] (denn-) pt. renmake
denóradv[duh-NORE] east, from the
deriadj[derry] last
deridithadv[DERR-i-dith] yesterday
derinagadv[DERR-i-nagg] late
derinochadv[DERR-y-noch] last night
derithadj[DERR-ith] final
derithnoun[DERR-ith] m pl. -aiend
derithagadv[DERR-ith-agg] finally
derthnoun[derth] m pl. -aisaying
des[dess] south
desvar[dess] right
deskanoun[DESK-uh] f pl. -idesk
diamantnoun[juh-MANT] m pl. -aidiamond
diaulnoun[jowl] m pl. diaulethdevil
dignum[digg] ten
dig's duigathnum[diggs dwiggath] fifty
dig's igathnum[digg sigg-ath] thirty
dig's perigathnum[diggs perry gath] ninety
dig's trigathnum[diggs triggath] seventy
dileiv-n[DEEL-ay] reg (dile-) pt. dile-delete
dínnoun[deen] m pl. déinman
dinnéirnoun[DINN-air] m pl. -idinner
diothnoun[DEE-oth] f pl. -aidrink
diothiv-n[dee-OTH-ee] reg (dioth-) pt. dioth-drink
diskanoun[DISK-uh] f pl. -idish
dithnoun[dith] m pl. -aiday
Dith Holnoun[dith holl] m Sunday
Dith Iovnoun[dith yow] m Thursday
dith kariadnoun[dith KARR-ee-add] m pl. dithai cariadbirthday
Dith Lúnnoun[dith loon] m Monday
Dith Marthnoun[dith marth] m Tuesday
Dith Mercurnoun[dith MERR-koor] m Wednesday
Dith Sadurnnoun[dith SAD-ern] m Saturday
Dith Uenernoun[dith WEN-ner] m Friday
dithiadarnoun[dithy-ADD-uhr] m pl. dithiadrandiary
doprep[doh] + sm from
dochanadj[DOCH-unn] enough
dogadj[dogg] fast
donadj[donn] dull, dim
dorusnoun[DOR-ooss] m pl. -dorsaidoor
dothiv-n[DOTH-ee] reg (doth-) pt. doth-begin
douannoun[DOW-un] f world
dournoun[DOW-er] m water
dremiv-n[DREMM-ee] reg (drem-) pt. drem-climb
dreviv-n[DRE-wee] reg (drev-) pt. drev-drive
drógadj[drohg] bad
drogadj[drogg] evil
droginnoun[DROGG-in] m pl. -nethevil
droginniadnoun[drogg-INN-yadd] m pl. -aievil deed
drumnoun[droom] m pl. -aidrum
adj[doo] black
dubuladj[DOO-bull] double
duinum[dwee] two
duidhignum[DWEE-ðigg twelve
duigathnum[DWIGG-ath] forty
dúnnoun[doon] m pl. -aitown
dúniv-n[DOO-nee] r (dún-) pt. dún-close
dúradj[dour] dull
durgadj[doorg] dark
dúthv-n[dooth] irreg (dar-) pt. doncome
éadj[eh] + s-n his
éadj[eh, ay] + s-a her
echaadj[ECH-uh] quite
eddenpron[EDD-en] themselves
edhannoun[EH-than] m pl. einethbird
edinnoun[EDD-in] m pl. -aiface
edirprep[EDD-er] between
ei ... (-ho)adj[ay] their
eklesnoun[ECK-less] f pl. -aichurch
elarnoun[ELL-ar] m pl. -etheagle
elefantnoun[ELL-uh-fant] m pl. -ethelephant
ellaadj[ell-uh] other
ellaadv[ELL-uh] else
ellaord[ELL-uh] second
énadj[ehn] our
enamnoun[ENN-um] m pl. -ainame
enamiverb[ENN-um-ee] (enam-) pt. enamothname
enisnoun[ENN-iss] f pl. -taiisland
Eoropnoun[YOR-upp] f Europe
Eoropagadj[YOR-upp-agg] European
erprep[err] on
er vurthadv[err voorth] on board
Erinnoun[ERR-inn] f Ar ErinIreland
Erinagadj[ERR-inn-agg] Irish
errachadnoun[ERR-uh-chadd] m pl. -aierror
errachiv-n[ERR-uh-chee] reg (errach-) pt. errach-err
essenpron[essen] himself
estadnoun[ESS-tadd] m pl. -aiestate
ethiprep[ethy] after
ethliv-n[ETH-lee] reg (ethl-) pt. ethl-gain
factnoun[fakt] f pl. -aifact
falsadj[falss] false
faltnoun[fallt] m hair
farnoun[far] m grass
féirnoun[fayr] f pl -aifair
felthadnoun[FELTH-add] m pl. -aisight
fenesternoun[fen-EST-er] f pl. fenestriwindow
ferinoun[FERR-ee] f pl. -aiferry
fermnoun[ferrm] f pl. -ithfarm
fermórnoun[FERM-ore] m pl. -ifarmer
festnoun[fest] m pl -aifeast
finadj[finn] white
firthadj[firth] green
foiv-n[foy] irreg (fo-) pt. fúrfind
Fraincnoun[FRA-eenk] f France
Fraincagadj[FRA-eenk-agg] French
Fraincógnoun[FRA-eenk-oag] f pl. -aiFrenchwoman
Fraincórnoun[FRA-eenk-ore] m pl. -iFrenchman
frív-n[free] irreg (frí) pt. frí-fry
fríadnoun[FREE-add] m pl. -aifry
frisadj[friss] fresh
gaprep[guh] with
Gailagnoun[GUY-lagg] Gaelic
gardanoun[GARD-uh] m pl. -iguard
garlegnoun[GAR-legg] m garlic
garsunnoun[GARR-suhn] m pl. gersinboy
garthinnoun[GAR-thinn] m pl. -aigarden
garthinórnoun[GAR-thinn-ore] m pl. -igardener
gátanoun[GAH-tuh] f pl. -igate
gavrnoun[GOW-er] f pl. -aigoat
gersognoun[GERR-sogg] f pl. -aigirl
geviv-n[GE-wee] reg (gev-) pt. gev-get
giavranoun[g-YOW-ruh] m winter
glánadj[glaan] clean
glannoun[glann] m pl. gléinglen, valley
glániv-n[GLAAN-ee] reg (glán-) pt. glán-clean
glasadj[glass] blue
glauadj[gla-oo] bright
glinnoun[glinn] f pl. -naiknee
glonnoun[glon] f pl. -aiglass
gluiv-n[GLOO-ee] irreg (glu) pt. glu-call
glúithv-n[GLOO-ith] reg (glú) pt. glúthsee
glúthv-n[glooth] irreg (glú) pt. glú-cry
gogadj[gogg] each
gogadj[gogg] every
gog astadv[gogg ast] everywhere
gog dhithadv[gogg thith] every day, daily
gog dráadv[gogg draa] every time
gog ruthpron[gogg rooth] everything
gog únpron[gogg oon] everybody
gog únpron[gogg oon] everyone
gorthnoun[gorth] m pl. -aifield
grádnoun[graad] m pl. -aidegree
gramadagnoun[GRAM-uh-dagg] m pl. -aigrammar
grescnoun[gresk] f grease
grescagadj[GRESS-kagg] greasy
grilliv-n[GRILL-ee] reg (grill-) pt. grill-grill
groséirnoun[GRO-sair] m pl. -igrocer
grúpanoun[GROO-puh] m pl. -igroup
guestnoun[gwest] m pl. -aiguest
gúsnoun[gooss] f pl. -ethgoose
gúthnoun[gooth] m pl -aiwind
hadadj[hadd] long
hadithadv[HA-dith] today
hálanoun[HAHL-uh] m pl. -ihall
hála-dhúnnoun[HALL-uh ðoon] town hall
hanadj[hann] old
han-érnoun[HANN air] m pl. han-érigrandfather
han-vérnoun[HANN vair] f pl. han-vérigrandmother
hanternoun[hanter] f pl hantraihalf
hauárnoun[HOW-aar] m autumn
hauranoun[HOW-ruh] m summer
havoriadv[huh-VOR-ee] tomorrow
hepron[heh, hay] emp. essihe, him
hedliv-n[HEDD-lee] reg (hedl-) pt. hedl-fly
henniadv[HENN-ee] then
hennoadv[HENN-oh] now
hipron[hee] emp. issishe, her
hínadj[heen] elder
hinadv[hinn] since
hinprep[hinn] ago
hínaadj[HEE-na] eldest
hithprep[hith] along
hopron[hoh] they, them
holnoun[holl] m sun
huilnoun[whill] f pl. -aieye
húrnoun[hoor] f pl. -isister
iaunadj[yown] young
igathnum[IGG-ath] twenty
iggenpron[iggen] yourself (plur)
immenpron[IMM-uhn] myself
innenpron[innen] ourselves
ionadj[yonn] very
írnoun[eer] west
ír-dhesadv[EER-ðess] south west
ír-dusnoun[EER-dooss] north west
isaunoun[EESS-ow] m bottom
issenpron[issen] herself
íthv-n[eeth] irreg (íth-) pt. ís-eat
ithenpron[ITH-un] yourself (sing)
kábelnoun[KAA-bull] m pl. káblaicable
kaffénoun[KAFF-ay] m pl. -icoffee
kákanoun[KAA-kuh] m pl. -icake
kálnoun[kaal] m coal
kalendarnoun[kuh-LEND-er] m pl. kalendraicalendar
kameranoun[KAM-uh-ruh] m pl. -icamera
kampanoun[KAMP-uh] pl. -icamp
kannoun[kann] f pl. -aisong
kanel-vátanoun[KANN-ull VAA-tuh] f pl. -kanelai-vátacanal
kaniverb[KANN-ee] reg pt. kano-sing
kantiverb[KANT-ee] pt. gantothspeak
kaptéinnoun[kap-TANE] m pl. -icaptain
karnoun[kaar] f pl. kercity
karkelnoun[KARR-kull] m pl. kerkilcircle
karrnoun[karr] m pl. -icar
karrothnoun[KARR-uth] m pl. -aicarrot
kártanoun[KAAR-tuh] m pl. -icard
kásnoun[kaass] f cheese
kastelnoun[KAST-ull] m pl. kestilcastle
kathernoun[KATH-er] f pl. kethirchair
kattnoun[katt] m pl. -ethcat
kaulnoun[kowl] m cabbage
Keltanoun[KELT-uh] m pl. -aiCelt
Keltagadj[KELT-agg] Celtic
kentharnoun[KEN-thar] m/f pl. -ethcousin
Kernunoun[KERR-noo] f def. Ar GernuCornwall
Kernuagadj[KERR-noo-agg] Cornish
noun[kee] m pl. -ndog
klauadj[klow] ill
klusanoun[KLOOSS-uh] f pl. klustaiear
kókiv-n[KOH-kee] reg (kók-) pt. kók-cook
koneksiv-n[kon-ECK-see] reg (koneks-) pt. koneks-connect
kontaunoun[KON-tow] m account
konténoun[KONT-ay] m pl. -ithcounty
kornelnoun[KORN-ull] pl. -aicorner
korpnoun[korp] m pl. -aibody
korunanoun[kuh-ROON-uh] f pl. -icrown
kosligadj[KOSS-ligg] asleep
kostanoun[KOST-uh] f cost
kótanoun[KOH-tuh] m pl. -icoat
kotonnoun[KOT-ton] m cotton
kouarlinoun[kow-AR-lee] f council
koudhagnoun[KOW-thagg] pl. -aicover
krediv-n[KRED-ee] reg (kred-) pt. kred-believe
krediaunoun[KRED-yow] m pl. -aibelief
kreiv-n[KRAY-ee] reg (kre-) pt. krecreate
krusanoun[KROOSS-uh] f pl. -icross
krusiv-n[KROOSS-ee] reg (krus-) pt. krus-cross
kulnoun[kool] back
kumulnoun[KOOM-ull] m pl. kumlaicloud
kupanoun[KOOP-uh] m pl. -icup
kupulnoun[KOO-pull] m pl. kuplaicouple
kursanoun[KOORSS-uh] m pl. -icourse
kurtanoun[KOORT-uh] m pl. -icourt
kusannoun[KOOSS-an] m pl. -aicushion
kustanoun[KOOST-uh] m pl. -icoast
noun[laa] m pl. -icalf
lárnoun[laar] m pl. -aifloor
lárnoun[lahr] m ground
launadj[lown] full
launiv-n[LOWN-ee] reg (laun-) pt. laun-fill
lauriv-n[LOW-ree] reg pt. lauro-say
lávinnoun[LAA-win] f pl. -aiglove
lectrisnoun[LECK-triss] m electricity
léithverb[layth] pt. léothread
lektragadj[LECK-trag] electric
lektragoladj[LECK-truh-goll] electrical
lethanadj[LETH-uhn] broad
lethnagnoun[LETH-nagg] m pl. -aipage
lettirnoun[LETT-er] m pl. lettrailetter
levadj[leh] flat
levnoun[LE-w] f pl. -aibed
levnanoun[LEV-nuh] m milk
lhaunoun[HLAA-oo] f pl. -aihand
lhevarnoun[HLEV-er] m pl. lhevraibook
lhínoun[hlee] f pl. -thcolour
lhívrinnoun[HLEEV-rin] m pl. -taibooklet
lhongnoun[hlong] f pl. -aiship
lhúthnoun[hlooth] m dust
líathadj[LEE-ath] grey
linnnoun[linn] f pl. -nethlake
loskiv-n[LOSS-kee] reg (losk-) pt. losk-burn
lucnoun[look] f pl. -ethmouse
lughvaradj[LOOGH-vaar] valuable
maadj[ma, muh] + sm my
madadj[madd] good
mapnoun[mapp] m pl. meppinson
máradj[maar] big
maradj[marr] so
máradj[maar] great
maruadj[MAR-oo] dead
maruadnoun[MAR-oo-add] m pl. -aideath
maruiv-n[MAR-oo-ee] reg (maru-) pt. maru-die
mas-rádnoun[MASS-raad] m pl. -ethexit
máthnoun[maath] f pl. -imother
mathiv-n[MATH-ee] reg (math-) pt. math-forget
meddithv-n[MEDD-ee] reg (medd-) pt. medd-grow
medignoun[MED-igg] m pl. -andoctor
methladnoun[METH-ladd] m pl. -aifailure
methliv-n[METH-lee] reg (methl-) pt. methl-fail
mipron[mee] I, me
minednoun[MINN-edd] m pl. -aiminute
mísnoun[meess] m pl. -ethmonth
mocnoun[mok] f pl. -ethpig
monathnoun[MONN-uth] m pl. -aimountain
mórnoun[more] f pl. -aisea
moranoun[MORE-uh] f pl. -imorning
mortulnoun[MOR-tull] m mortar
mothiv-n[MOTH-ee] reg (moth-) pt. moth-feel
mothiadnoun[MOTH-ee-add] m pl. -aifeeling
muiadv[mwee] more
muiaadv[MWEE-uh] most
conj[naa] than
nachconj[nach] either
nán, anánadv[naan, uh-NAAN] there
napnoun[napp] m pl. neppinbutton
nár vel?verb[naar vell] NEG/I pt. nár oth?is/am/are not?
nárbíadv[naar-BEE] never
naunum[now] nine
nauithadj[NOW-ith] new
nauithord[NOW-ith] ninth
nauithannoun[now-ITH-un] pl news
nelverb[nell] NEG pt. na rothis/am/are not
nelennoun[NELL-en] f pl. -ethelbow
nevnoun[neh] f heaven
nipron[nee] emp. inniwe, us
níthnoun[neeth] f pl. níthainiece
nívnoun[nee] m pl. -ainephew
nívernoun[NEE-ver] f pl. nívrainumber
noconj[no] nor
nó, anóadv[noh, uh-NOH] here
nochnoun[noch] f pl. -ainight
nochórnoun[NOCH-ore] f evening
Noilnoun[NO-eel] Christmas
oconj[o] or
obriverb[OBB-ree] pt. obrothwork
ogliverb[OGG-lee] (ogl-) pt. oglothopen
órnoun[ore] m east
or dhúnadv[orr ÐOON] closed, shut
or ogiladv[orr OGG-ill] open
ór-dhes[ORE-ðess] south east
ór-dusnoun[ORE-dooss] north east
orlnoun[orrl] f pl. -angallery
osiladj[OSS-ill] high
osiladv[OSS-el] up
pá?int[pah] where
palasnoun[PAL-ass] m pl. -aipalace
Pasknoun[pask] m def. ar PaskEaster
ped?int[pedd] what?
pelnoun[pell] f pl. -aiball
pennoun[penn] m pl. -naihead
pendignum[PEN-digg] fifteen
pengnum[peng] five
penguord[PENG-oo] fifth
penniv-n[PENN-ee] (penn-) pt. penn-buy
penthnoun[penth] f pl. -aichapter
pernum[pehr] four
periv-n[PERR-ee] reg (per-) pt. per-cut
perigathnum[perrygath] eighty
peruord[PERR-oo] fourth
pesagnoun[PESS-agg] m cough
pesagiv-n[PESS-agg-ee] reg (pesag-) pt. pesag-cough
pethnoun[peth] f pl. -aipart
pinsnoun[pinss] m pl -aifence
piscnoun[pisk] m pl. -ethfish
piu vent?int[pyoo vent] how many/much?
piu?int[pyoo] how?
plastnoun[plasst] m pl. -anchild
plúvnoun[ploo] m pl -aifeather
pobulnoun[POBB-ull] m people
pobultadnoun[POBB-ull-tadd] m pl. -airepublic
pollnoun[poll] m pl. -aihole
porthnoun[porth] m pl -aiharbour
prannoun[prann] m pl. aitree
priu-garnoun[PREE-w-gar] f pl. priu-geircapital city
prívadj[pree] main
prív-rádnoun[PREE-raad] m highway
prodiagadj[PROD-ee-agg] busy
prothadj[proth] hot
pui?int[pwee] who?
adj[raa] too
rádn[raad] m pl. -aiway
rádnoun[raad] m pl. -airoad
radionoun[RAJ-oh] m pl. -iradio
reddiverb[reddy] pt. reddothrun
réiadj[ray] free
réithadj[rayth] ready
réithadj[rayth] easy
réithv-n[rayth] reg (ré-) pt. réi-free
réithiadnoun[RAYTH-ee-add] m pl. -aifreedom
rhívéirnoun[HREE-wair] m pl. -icomputer
noun[REE] m pl. -thking
rialiv-n[ree-AA-lee] reg (rial-) pt. rial-control
rínnoun[REEN] f pl. -ethqueen
ríoltadnoun[REE-oll-tadd] m pl. -aikingdom
ríunoun[REE-oo] m frost
ríuagadj[REE-wag] frosty
ríuthv-n[REE-ooth] irreg (ríu) pt. rí-freeze
rívornoun[REE-wor] m pl. -ifreezer
roprep[ro] before
ro-felithv-n[RO-fell-ith] reg (see felith)foresee
ronnithv-n[RONN-ith] reg (ronn-) pt. ronn-divide
rosnoun[ross] f pl. -ethheath
rúiadj[ROO-ee] red
adj[saa] rather
saiathnoun[SAA-ee-ath] f pl. -aiarrow
sakadj[sack] dry
Sasonnoun[SASS-unn] f def. Ar SasonEngland
Sasonnoun[SASS-unn] m/f pl. -aiEnglish (-man, -woman)
Sasonagadj[SASS-unn-agg] English
saulnoun[sowl] f pl. -aiheel
scánanoun[SKAHN-uh] m pl. -ifilm
scániv-n[SKAHN-ee] reg (scán-) pt. scán-film
scanriv-n[SKAN-ree] reg (scanr-) pt. scanr-frighten
scolnoun[skoll] f pl. -aischool
sé, sipron[seh, see] m, f it
sethnum[seth] seven
siamar-levnoun[SHAM-er lev] f pl. siamrai-levbedroom
siannagnoun[SHAN-agg] m pl -aifox
sioklednoun[SHOCK-ledd] f pl. -aichocolate
siugarnoun[SHOOH-gurr] m sugar
solsnoun[solss] m pl. -ailight
sonsagadj[SON-sag] happy
spiridnoun[SPIR-id] m pl. -anghost
stasionnoun[STA-shon) m pl. -tastation
storiadnoun[STOR-ee-add] m pl. -aihistory
storioladj[STOR-ee-oll] historical
stormnoun[storm] f pl. -ethgale
stradnoun[stradd] f pl. -ethstreet
strannagadj[STRAN-agg] foreign
strannórnoun[STRAN-ore] m pl. -iforeigner
suanum[swah] six
taadj[ta, tuh] + sm your (sing)
tabriverb[TABB-ree] pt. dabrethimagine
talunoun[preh] m pl. -ethearth (ground, soil)
talunoun[TA-loo] f pl. -ethground
tannoun[tann] m pl. téinfire
tarranm[TARR-uh] m tar
tarunoun[TARR-oo] m pl. taruethbull
noun[tay] m tea
tecsnoun[tex] m pl. -aitext
teguiv-n[TEGG-wee] reg (tegu-) pt. tegu-happen
téilagnoun[TAY-lagg] m pl. -anfamily
téithv-n[tayth] irreg (gul) pt. gúgo
téith er tróv-n[tayth err troh] irreg (see téith)walk
televisnoun[tel-EV-iss] f pl. -aitelevision
ternoun[terr] f pl. tirethcountry
ternoun[terr] f pl. tirethland
tesnoun[tess] m heat
tesiv-n[TESS-ee] reg (tes-) pt. tes-heat
tesórnoun[TESS-ore] m pl. -iheater
noun[tee] m pl. taihouse
tipron[tee] esti, estenyou (sing)
tiengnoun[cheng] f pl. -ailanguage
tíg-gaffénoun[teeg GAFF-ay] m café
tíg-leunanoun[teeg LE-oo-nuh] f pl. tígi-leunadairy
tirsagadj[TIRR-sagg] tired
tollnoun[toll] m pl. -aifee
tollainoun[TOLL-eye] pl customs
tonnoun[tonn] m pl. -nairoof
torthnoun[torth] m pl. -aifruit
toscadj[tosk] front
toscnoun[tosk] m pl. -aifront
tothaunoun[TOTH-ow] m pl. -ethfuture
tránoun[traa] m pl. -iantime (occasion)
trasprep[trass] over
trasprep[trass] across
trathnoun[trath] m pl. -aibeach
tréinnoun[trayn] m pl. -itrain
trevnoun[treh] f village
trinum[tree] three
tríathnoun[TREE-ath] f pl. -aijourney
trigathnum[TRIGG-ath] sixty
trónoun[troh] f pl. -ithfoot
tulladj[tool] far
túrnoun[toor] m pl. -aitower
Túr Babelnoun[toor BAAB-el] Tower of Babel
tusnoun[tooss] north
ualnoun[wal] f pl. -aiwall
uarnognoun[WARR-nogg] f pl. -ethhare
uathnumwath eight
uathnochnoun[WATH-noch] f pl. -aiweek
ueradj[OO-er] cold
uethnoun[oo-eth] m blood
úinoun[OO-ee] m pl. -aiegg
uimnoun[OO-eem] f pl. -i [oo-EEM-ee]cave
ullaadj[OOL-luh] + sm all
únnum[oon] one
ún-ellaadj[OON-ell-uh] another
ún-ruthpron[OON-rooth] anything
úndhignum[OON-thigg] eleven
únigadj[OON-igg] any
úntadnoun[OON-tadd] m pl. -aiunion
úrnoun[oor] f pl. -anhour
vedadv[vedd] while, as
vel?verb[vell] INT pt. oth?is/am/are?
vipron[vee] you (plur)
vuradj[voor] your (plur)
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