Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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on1 (prep.) er: I'll practice on the piano after him - Cliaghtym er y phiano ny yei. JJK idiom; mychione

on2 (forward) er hoshiaght

Inexact matches:

attend on (v.) eiyrt er

bank on (v.) croghey er

broadside on cheu ry heu; ry-lheead

call on (v.) cur shilley er: I shan't call on you again, until you invite me - Cha derym shilley ort reesht derrey chuirrys oo mee. JJK idiom

carry on farraghtyn, freayll seose, goll er; (n.) musthaa

catch on (v.) goaill greim jeh

Come on (intj) Tar magh

come on (v.) cheet er oaie

confer on (v.) cur cair da, stowal er

creep on (v.) goll roish dy moal, snaue roish

drag on (v.) goll dy dree; goll dy moal

draw on cheet gy kione; cur mysh

driven on (v.) eiyrit er

egg on (v.) greesaghey

enter on goaill toshiaght er

fasten on (v.) cur ass my lieh, cur my lieh

fit on (v.) cur seose, prowal, tastal

going on (v.) goll er e hoshiaght

goings on (n.) jannoo

go on (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er: To go on the shortest route - Dy gholl er y raad s'girrey. DF idiom

hand on (v.) aa-insh, faagail ny yei

hanger on (n.) clowanagh

Hang on (intj) Cum erriu; Cum ort; Fuirree; Fuirree ort

hang on (v.) goaill greim

head on (adv.) eddin ry eddin

hold on (v.) cummal er; cummal dys: Whilst you are seeking a new friend hold on to the old - Choud's ta shiu shirrey carrey noa cum shiu gys y chenn. DF idiom; cummal rish; Fuirree ort

keep on (v.) faagail er

later on (adv.) (ny) s'anmey

Lead on (impv) Er oaie

lead on (y) volley

lean on (v.) croghey er, cur barrantys er; lieh-lhie er: Don't lean on your elbows! - Ny lieh lhie er dty uiljyn! JJK idiom

leave on (v.) faagail er

living on (v.) cummal er

look on (v.) jeeaghyn er: And the priest shall look on the plague in the skin of the flesh - As neen saggyrt jeeaghyn er y doghan, ayns crackan yn eill Bible

move on (v.) goll roish: Move on please! - Immee reue my sailliu! DF idiom

on arrival lurg roshtyn

on average (adv.) er mean

on call (adj.) er eam

on credit er daill: Buying on credit - Kionnaghey er daayl. DF idiom

on edge (adj.) er jeid: and the children's teeth are set on edge - as ta feeacklyn y chloan er-jeid Bible; jeaid

on fire (adj.) er-aile: The theatre had been on fire - Va'n thie cloie er ve er aile. JJK idiom

on her urree: He has a crush on her - T'eh graihagh urree. DF idiom; urreeish

on high ayns flaunys; ayns niau; er ardjey; 'syn yrdjid: and my record is on high - as my recortyssyn yrjid Bible; dy ard: the man who was raised up on high - y dooinney ver ny hroggal seose dy ard Bible; er yn yrjid: with a loud voice on high - lesh ard choraa, er yn yrjid Bible; syn yrjey: the host of the high ones that are on high - sheshaght ny ard-vooaraleesyn yrjey Bible

on him er: She fathered the child on him - Daag ee y paitchey er. DF idiom; (emph.) ersyn

on himself er hene; er e hene: He made the sign of the cross on himself - Hug eh croshag er e hene. DF idiom

on horseback er mooin cabbyl: and brought him on horseback through the street of the city - as hug eh lesh eh er mooin chabbyl trooid straidyn yn ard-valley Bible

on itself er hene

on loan er eeasaght

on location er ynnyd mooie

on me orrym: That doesn't depend on me - Cha nee shen croghey orrym. JJK idiom; (emph.) orryms, orrym's: It all falls on me - T'eh ooilley orryms. DF idiom; orrym-pene

on Monday Jelune: I saw him on Monday - Honnick mee Jelune eh. DF idiom

on mortgage cur er gioaldeeaght

on myself (emph.) orrym-pene: I am taking it on myself to to it - Ta mee goaill orrym pene dy yannoo eh. DF idiom

on occasion (adv.) cur er; nish as reesht

on probation er prowalys

on shipboard er lhuingey

on shore er cheer

on site er y laaragh

on spec er caa

on station er e hynnyd

on tap (adj.) er tayrn

on them orroo: A heavy responsibility rests on them - Ta currym trome ny lhie orroo. DF idiom; (emph.) orroosyn

on tick er daayl

on tour (n.) dy ve er turrys; er y raad

on trust er daill

on us orrin: There is a great disturbance on us - Ta lane bea orrin. DF idiom; (emph.) orrinyn

on you erriu; (emph.) erriuish; ort: I shan't call on you again, until you invite me - Cha derym shilley ort reesht derrey chuirrys oo mee. JJK idiom; (emph.) orts: May no fruit grow on you ! - Nar aase mess erbee orts! DF idiom; ort-hene

pass on (v.) goll roish

pin on (v.) greimmey, kiangley lesh freeney

play on cloie roish

press on (v.) arral; chionney roish: I will press on with it - Chionneeym roym lesh. DF idiom

pull on (v.) tayrn er

push on (v.) seiy er oai, seiy er oaie

put on (v.) chionney; cur er bun; cur er obbyr; ginsh breag; cur mysh: He put on his clothes - Hug eh mysh. DF idiom

rat on (v.) treigeil

rattle on (v.) roie roish

resting on (v.) lhie er: His hand resting on the table - Yn laue echey ny lhie er y voayrd. DF idiom

roll on (v.) gleayshaghey er oai dy re, goll harrish; (adj., n.) rowlagh

run on (v.) goll er; lhiantyn; tannaghtyn

say on gow lesh; loayrt royd

screw on (v.) scroddey

set on (v.) greeshaghey; soit er: His affections are set on her - Ta e chree soit urree. DF idiom

sign on (v.) cur staartey da; screeu 'sy lioar

slip on (v.) tayrn neese, tayrn neose

slip-on blouse (n.) bloose doont

Speak on (intj) Loayr royd

stay on (v.) tannee tammylt elley

Steady on (intj) Dy rea

step on (v.) shassoo er

stick on festal; lhiantyn

stick-on label (n.) lipaid ghreimmey

stitch on (v.) whaaley er

straight on jeeragh er oaie

Stroll on (intj) Talk ort

sweep on (v.) skeabey roish

switch on (v.) doostey, foadd, foaddey

take on (v.) goaill obbyr er hene, goaill er

talk on (v.) loayrt roish

tell on (v.) insh er

tie on (v.) kiangley

tread on (v.) sthampey er

trier on tryeyder eaddee

try on (v.) prowal, prowallys; (n.) cluick

turn on (v.) cur er; cur er roie: Turn on the water - Yn ushtey y chur er roie. DF idiom; cur bree da: Turn on the vision - Cur bree da'n chilley. DF idiom

urge on (v.) lorg, lorgaghey, sleeanee, sleeaney

value on (to); (dy) hayrn er

wait on (v.) tendeil, waiteil

work on (v.) obbraghey roish

and so on (adv.) as myr shen

blister on paint (n.) bolgan

cash on delivery argid er livrey

chop on water (n.) garrooid

Damnation on thee (intj) Mollaght mynney ort

difficult to walk on lheibeidjagh

disaster on disaster cragh er mooin cragh

European Convention on Human Rights (n.) Coardailys Oarpagh son Cairyssyn Pobble

film on milk (n.) baare

film on the eye (n.) bodjal; fynney

Good on you (intj) Noorey vie ort

grid on map (n.) ingagh

have mercy on jannoo myghin er

Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change (n.) Panel Eddyr-reiltyssagh bentyn da Caghlaa Emshyraght

Joint Committee on Constitutional Principles (n.) Co-ving Tinvaal mychione Prinsabylyn Bunraghtoil

keep on the road (v.) tannaghtyn er yn raad

laid hands on ghreim: And they laid hands on her; and she went by the way by the which the horses came into the king's house - As ghreim ad ee, as hug ad lhieu ee er raad ny gabbyl gys thien ree Bible

line on the skin (n.) rimmeig, scheim

loan on mortgage (n.) eeassaght er gioaldeeaght

meal put on a cake (n.) follick, follyd

Meals on Wheels (n.) Sheshaght cour Livrey Lhongaghyn

My curse on him My vollaght er

old wool on sheep (n.) cass olley

on account of ass-lieh; er coontey; er son; kindagh rish: This man is detested on account of his perfidy - Ta feoh currit da'n dooinney shoh kyndagh rish e oalsaght. JJK idiom

on a large scale dy mooar

on and off (adv.) nish as reesht

on a rope er louyn

on a small scale er beggan

one on one fer er fer

on his head er e chione: The chicken is like his kind if there is down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom

on his mind er e cheeayll; er yn aigney echey: Something is preying on his mind - Ta red ennagh jannoo er yn aigney echey. DF idiom

on my account er my hons

on my behalf ass my lieh

on penalty of death fo kerraghys baaish

on several occasions dy mennick, keayrt ny ghaa

on short time er paart-hraa

on that day er y laa shid; er y laa shen: For on that day shall the priest make an atonement for you - Son er y laa shen, bee lhiasaghey jeant er nyn son Bible

on that score er coontey shen; er e hon shen

on the brink er broogh: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom; er chee: He was on the brink of doing it - V'eh er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom

on the dark side er y cheu ghroamey: Looking on the dark side of it - Jeeaghyn er y cheu ghroamey jeh. DF idiom

on the earth er y thalloo: And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth - As ghow yn Chiarn arrys dy row eh er chroo dooinney er y thalloo Bible

on the east part er y cheu har: and cast it beside the altar on the east part - as tilgey ad rish yn altar er y cheu har B ible

on the end er y chione

on the Greek Calends gys Laa Boaldyn Sniaghtee

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

on the hour er yn oor

on the land er y thalloo: Lay lime on the land - Skeayl eayl er y thalloo. DF idiom

on the left side er y cheu chiare: and they four had the face of an ox on the left side - as vec y chiare eddin dow er y cheu chiare Bible; er y cheu hoshtal

on the level er yn rea: Speed on the level - Bieauid er yn rea. DF idiom

on the look out twoaieagh

on the morrow laa ny vairagh: It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it, and on the morrow - Bee eh er ny ee yn laa cheddin ta shiu chebbal eh, as er laa ny-vairagh Bible; laa y vairagh

on the north side er y cheu twoaie: And for the second side of the tabernacle on the north side - As er son y cheu elley jehn chabbane, er y cheu twoaie Bible

on the plan er y phlan

on the point of er chee: I was on the point of doing it - Va mee er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom; mysh

on the q.t dy feagh

on the right side er y cheu yesh: on the right side of the city - er cheu yesh yn ard-valley Bible

on the road (n.) er y cheayrt; fo-raad; er y raad: There is an adverse camber on the road at that corner - Ta dromman voyd er y raad ec y chorneil shen. DF idiom

on the run scaipail

on the safe side (to be) er aggle ny haggle

on the shore er y traie: Call of the curlews on the shore - Eam ny grottagyn er y traie. DF idiom

on the side er cheau: On the side of the road - Er cheau yn raad. DF idiom; er lhiattee

on the skyline er yn annys

on the slant er sceau

on the slips er ny sthockyn

on the sly gyn yss

on the south er y cheu yiass; er y cheu jiass: and ascended up on the south side - as hie eh seose er y cheu jiass Bible

on the south side er y cheu my-yiass; er y cheu-jiass: near the hill that lieth on the south side of the nether Bethhoron - er-gerrey dan chronk ta lhie er cheu-jiass yn Veth-horon heese Bible; cheu jiass my-yiass: twenty boards on the south side southward - feed boayrd son y cheu jiass my-yiass Bible

on the strength 'sy choearroo

on the thigh ry lheayst

on the trot dy trick

on the voyage home er y varrinys noal

on the voyage out er y varrinys noon

on the way out er y raad magh

on the weather beam er cheu ny geayee

on the west er yn cheu heear; er y neear: and on the west three gates - as er y neear, three giattyn Bible; er y sheear: having Bethel on the west - lesh Beth-el er y sheear Bible

on the west side er y cheu heear: On the west side shall be the standard of the camp of Ephraim - Er y cheu-heear vees cullee champ Ephraim Bible

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

on this side er y cheu shoh: that the possession of our inheritance on this side Jordan may be our's - dy vod cummal yn eiraght ain ve er y cheu shoh dy Yordan Bible

on your oath er dt'ockle

Plague on him (intj) Lane y vollaght da

play on words (n.) gamman er focklyn

poor on feet meydlagh

preacher on trial er y phlan beg

put a point on (v.) brackey

relax restrictions on (v.) eddrymaghey reillyn noi; eddrymee reillyn noi

rely on yourself shass er dty chione hene

restrictions on recruitment (npl.) lhiettalys er failley

sandbank on land (n.) broogh geinnee; carnane geinnee; sheebey

seaweed cast on shore brooight

set a low value on soiaghey beg jeh


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