Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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speaker (n.) fockleyder, kione coyrlee, loayrtagh, oraatagh; loayreyder: They packed round the speaker - Chruinnee ad mysh y loayreyder. DF idiom


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Deputy Speaker (n.) Lhiass-loayreyder

English speaker (n.) Baarleyr

evil speaker (n.) drogh ghoan

Gaelic speaker (n.) Gaelgeyr; lught ny Gaelgey; mooinjer ny Gaelgey

Irish speaker (n.) Yernisheyr

Manx speaker (n.) Gaelgeyr

native speaker (n.) loayreyder dooghyssagh: The last native speaker of Manx - Yn loayreyder dooghyssagh jerrinagh jeh'n Ghaelg. DF idiom; loayreyder dooie

The Speaker demands order Ta'n Loayreyder cur y whaiyl fo harey nagh jean peiagh erbee feiyral

Speaker of the House of Keys (n.) Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed

Gaelgeyr Gaelic speaker, Manx speaker: Share da Gaelgeyr ynsaghey un studeyr na possan feer veg dy studeyryn. Carn

fockleyder speaker

kione coyrlee speaker

Lhiass-loayreyder Deputy Speaker

loayreyder dooie native speaker

Yernisheyr Irish speaker

evil-speaker (n.) drogh-loayrtagh

drogh-loayrtagh evil-speaker

lught ny Gaelgey Gaelic speaker

mooinjer ny Gaelgey (f.) Gaelic speaker

loayreyder mouthpiece, speaker, talker: Yn loayreyder dooghyssagh jerrinagh jeh'n Ghaelg. DF

loayreyder dooghyssagh native speaker: Yn loayreyder dooghyssagh jerrinagh jeh'n Ghaelg. DF

Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed Speaker of the House of Keys

fluent (adj.) flaaoil: He is a fluent speaker of Manx - Ta Gaelg flaaoil echey. DF idiom; glib

House of Keys (n.) (The); (Yn) Kiare as Feed: The Speaker of the House of Keys - Loayreyder yn Chiare as Feed. DF idiom

Baarleyr English speaker: ren eh guee nagh beagh Mannin cheet dy ve goll rish Bosnia as caggey goll eddyr Gaelgeyryn as Baarleyryn! Carn

drogh ghoan evil speaker: Dy reayll my laueyn veih myng yraght as geid, as my hengey veih drogh ghoan, breagyn as scammyltyn. CS

loayrtagh 1 pl. loayrtee speaker, spokesman a: Ta shen dy ghra, ta 700,000 loayrtagh ayn. Carn; 2 loudspeaker; 3 recitative

oraatagh orator, oratorial, speaker: T'eh yn oraatagh ny s'jeshfocklee jeh'n laa t'ayn jiu. JJK

Ta'n Loayreyder cur y whaiyl fo harey nagh jean peiagh erbee feiyral The Speaker demands order

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