Billey

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Billey darragh sampleyragh, faggys da Gunstone Mill ayns glion y Yeo, Somerset Hwoaie, Sostyn.

She lus fuyghagh yl-vleinoil eh billey (ASE[ˈbɪlʲə]; veih bile, "billey mooar" ny "billey (mooar) casherick", y Çhenn Yernish[1]). Ta cur sheese jeant dy mennick ec lus-oaylleeyn myr lus fuyghagh as corp ny cliu mooar echey ta gymmyrkey shiartanse dy fo-chrouwyn.[2] Ta ughtaryn elley gra dy lhisagh biljyn ve ny s'yrjey na eddyr 3 m[3] as 6 m,[4] as ta ughtaryn elley gra dy lhisagh ad ve ny s'lhea na 10 cm (tarragh 30 cm).[5] Ta ughtaryn ennagh gra nagh vel ayns lussyn as ny troyn shen oc agh rassanyn, ga nagh vel biljyn lheid as y Mallee çheet rish y chur sheese shen. Ayns cosoylaght rish y chooid vooar jeh lussyn elley, ta seihll foddey beayn ec biljyn, as ta fir jeu thousaneyn dy vleeantyn d'eash as ny s'yrjey na 115  er yrjid.[6]

Ta biljyn coontit myr co-oltyn scanshoil jeh cummey najooragh yn thallooin er yn oyr dy vel ad cur lhiettrimys er y chrimmey as kiarail eggochorys da'n eaghtyr fo'n duillagys oc veih'n emshir. Myrane lesh shen, ta paart mooar ec biljyn ayns gientyn yn ocsygien as injillaghey yn daa-ocseed charboan 'syn aeraght, myrane lesh streeaney çhiassid yn thalloo. T'ad coontit myr co-oltyn ayns cummey thallooin as eirinys er oyr yn aghin aesthetagh as ny birr vessghartagh oc (lheid as ooyllyn). She stoo troggee t'ayn ayns biljyn myrane lesh bunstoo bree ayns ram çheeraghyn. Chammah as shen, ta paart mooar ec biljyn ayns feayn-skeeaylleydaght chooid vooar jeh cultooryn y theihll.[7]

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  1. Letter B, Column 100 (Yernish, Baarle). eDIL ("Fockleyr Lectraneagh y Yernish"). Feddynit er 19 Mayrt 2012.
  2. Huxley, A.. New RHS Dictionary of Gardening, ed. (1992) (ayns Baarle), Macmillan. ISBN 0-333-47494-5. 
  3. Rushforth, K. (1999). Trees of Britain and Europe (ayns Baarle). Collins. ISBN 0-00-220013-9. 
  4. Mitchell, A. F. (1974). A Field Guide to the Trees of Britain and Northern Europe (ayns Baarle). Collins. ISBN 0-00-212035-6. 
  5. Utkarsh Ghate. Field Guide to Indian Trees, introductory chapter: Introduction to Common Indian Trees (RTF) (Baarle). Feddynit er 2007-07-25.
  6. Sequoia sempervirens (Baarle). The Gymnosperm Database.
  7. Going Out On A Limb With A Tree-Person Ratio, Morning Edition, National Public Radio. 12 Sauin 2008.