Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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the y: Has the shoemaker mended my shoes? - Vel y greasee er charraghey my vraaraghyn. JJK idiom; ny: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom; yn: The stepfather - Yn lhiass-ayr. JJK idiom

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from the veih'n: Don't stir from the place - Ny gleash veih'n voayl. JJK idiom

in the 'sy, 'syn, sy

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

penny-in-the-slot machine (n.) jeshaght phingey

abreast of the times heose rish y traa t'ayn

Acts of the Apostles (npl.) Jannoo ny h-Ostyllyn

afore the mast roish y chroan

aft of the mast cooyl y chroan; sheear jeh'n chroan

against the stream noi'n troa

all the day fey yn laa liauyr

all the day long fey yn laa liauyr

all the earth (n.) ooilley yn seihll

all the evil (n.) ooilley ny huilk

all the more wheesh shen smoo

all the night slane oie

all the same myr shen hene; son shen as ooilley

all the sort of you ooilley yn grih eu

all the year round car ny bleeaney

among the people (prep.) masteyn pobble

apple of the eye (n.) clagh ny sooilley; ooyl ny sooilley

apple of the throat (n.) cront y scoarnee; ooyl y scoarnee

Ark of the Covenant (n.) Arg yn Eanish; Arg conaant: The ark of the covenant of the Lord - Arg conaant y Chiarn Bible; Arg y Chonaant: Take up the ark of the covenant - Trog-jee seose arg y chonaant Bible

Ark of the Testimony (n.) Arg yn Eanish: And thou shalt put it before the vail that is by the ark of the testimony - As ver oo eh roish y choodagh ta liorish arg yn eanish Bible

at the beginning ec y toshiaght: Beginning at the beginning - Goaill toshiaght ec y toshiaght. DF idiom

At the double (impv) Dooble-happee

at the head of the table ec kione y vuird

at the last ec y jerrey

at the least (yn) chooid sloo: A hundred pounds at the least - Keead punt ec y chooid sloo. DF idiom

at the present ec y chooyl; ec y traa t'ayn

at the proper time ec y traa cooie

at the roadside ec cheu yn raad

at the very latest ec yn chooid s'anmagh

at the very least ec y chooid sloo; ec yn chooid sloo

at the very most ec y chooid smoo; ec yn chooid smoo

axis of the earth (n.) essylys ny cruinney

back of the head (n.) cooyl y ching

ball of the foot (n.) ooyl ny coshey

Bank of the Barn (n.) Broogh y Toalt

Bank of the Berries (n.) Broogh ny Soo

Bank of the Crow (n.) Broogh ny Fannag

Bank of the Peas (n.) Broogh ny Pishyragh

Bank of the Plain (n.) Broogh ny Dayllagh

Bank of the River (n.) Broogh ny Hawin

bank of the river (n.) broogh ny hawin

bare the teeth (v.) feeacklaghey

base of the tail (n.) bun yn arbyl

Bay of the Breeches (n.) Baie ny Breechyn

Bay of the Cave (n.) Baie ny Ooig, Baie 'n Ooig

Bay of the Rock (n.) Baie ny Carrickey

Bay of the Stack (n.) Baie yn Stackey

beasts of the field (npl.) maase y vagheragh

beer from the wood (n.) lhune veih'n varril

before the creation of the world roish y theihll

before the flood roish y thooilley: For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking - Son myr ayns ny laghyn va roish y thooilley, vad gee as giu Bible

before the mast er toshiagh

before the wedding roish y vannish

before the world roish y theihll

beg to move the motion (v.) shirrey kied yn treealtys y chur roish

Behind the Hill (n.) Cooyl Slieau

Behind the House (n.) Cooyl Thie

Behind the Wood (n.) Cooyl ny Cheylley

Behold the Man Cur my ner yn dooinney

belonging to the church (gen.) keeilley; killagh

Below the Mountain (n.) Fo Lieau

beyond the veil 'sy theihll ry heet

Big Farm of the Dogs (n.) Balley Moddey Mooar

Big Rock of the Brook (n.) Boshen Mooar

blow across the mouth (n.) puissag

blow with the knee (n.) glioonag

blow with the palm (n.) bassag

both the ends (npl.) bun as baare

Bottom of the Hollow (n.) Bun y Lhig

Boundary of the Hills (n.) Creagh ny Chrink

bowels of the earth (npl.) brein ny thallooin

box the compass (v.) combaase y raa

Bridge of the Battle (n.) Droghad y Caggey

Bridge of the Flies (n.) Droghad y Whallag

brink of the river (n.) broogh ny hawin

broad of the back (n.) slat y ghrommey

Brow of the Precipice (n.) Broogh ny Eaynin

bull the market (v.) jannoo yn margey deyr

business arising from the minutes (n.) cooishyn ass y ghiare-hennaghys

By the book (intj) Dar y lioar

by the hand (ny) chione

by the right rere yn jesh

by the thigh ry lheayst

Cairn of the Gorge (n.) Carn y Vreid

Cairn of the Hill (n.) Carn Tolta

Cairn of the Nook (n.) (The) Carn ny Cooilley

Cairn of the Opening (n.) Carn Beeal

Cairn of the Oxen (n.) Oxrayzer

Cairn of the Sea Edge (n.) Carn y Claddee

Cairn of the Urn (n.) Carn y Chrock

Cairn of the Wind (n.) Carn y Geay

cancer of the womb (n.) kanghyr ny breinney

Captain of the Fairies (n.) Guilley Mooar ny Geayee

Captain of the Parish (n.) Captan ny Skeerey

Caring for the Nation (v.) Kiarail son yn Ashoon

castle in the air follym feayn, smooinaghtyn follym feayn

Castle of the Enclosure (n.) Cashtal y Close

Castle of the Height (n.) Cashtal yn Ard

Castle of the Lake (n.) Cashtal Lough

Castle of the Pigsty (n.) Cashtal y Mucklagh

caught in the act lesh y red 'sy chuinney

Cave of the Mouths (n.) Ooig ny Meeal

Chairman of the Select Committee (n.) Caairliagh y Ving Er-lheh

Chapel of the Nook (n.) Cabbal ny Cooilley

chewing the cud (v.) caigney-cheeilley

chew the cud (v.) caigney keerey

child at the breast (n.) lhiannoo kee

children of the globe (npl.) clein ny cruinney

Church of the Goats Killagh ny Goayr

Church of the Oaktree (n.) Keeill Darey

Church of the Sloes (n.) Keeill Airney

Cleft of the Lakelet (n.) Gaaig y Loughan

Clerk of the Court (n.) Cleragh ny Quaiyl

Clerk of the Rolls (n.) Cleragh ny Lioaryn

clerk of the works (n.) stiureydey ny hobbraghyn

Clerk to the Justices' Office (n.) Oik Cleragh ny Briwnyn

Close of the Fair (n.) Close Ffere

Close of the Honey (n.) Close ny Molley

Closer to the Edge (n.) (Ny) Sniessey da'n Oirr

close the case cur kione er y chooish

come to the top (v.) cheet gys y vullagh

cool of the day fynneraght y laa

cool of the night cumm ny hoie

Corner of the Fence (n.) Cooil Cleigh

Corner of the Hill (n.) Cooil y Chrink

Corner of the Lakelet (n.) Corneil y Loughan

Creek of the Cave (n.) Giau yn Ooig

Creek of the Island (n.) Giau yn Ellan

Creek of the Sheep (n.) Giau ny Geyrragh

Creek of the Spirits (n.) Giau ny Spyrryd

Creek of the Tables (n.) Giau ny Moayrd

Croft of the Bailiff (n.) Croit yn Vaylee

Croft of the Bird (n.) Croit ny Ushag

Croft of the Black Land (n.) Croit y Doo Halloo

Croft of the Brink (n.) Croit ny Brooie

Croft of the Burnt Fold (n.) Croit Bwoaillee Losht

Croft of the Butt (n.) Croit y Butt

Croft of the Cairn (n.) Croit y Charn

Croft of the Cairns (n.) Croit ny Garnane

Croft of the Cross (n.) Croit ny Croshey

Croft of the Dock (n.) Croit ny Cabbag

Croft of the Feet (n.) Croit ny Coshyn

Croft of the Gravel (n.) Croit ny h'Ayrey

Croft of the Green (n.) Croit y Greyney

Croft of the Grubs (n.) Croit ny Grooag

Croft of the Hedge (n.) Croit ny Cleigh

Croft of the Hollow (n.) Croit y Laggagh

Croft of the Howe (n.) Croit ny Howe

Croft of the Lakelet (n.) Croit y Loughan

Croft of the Long Ridge (n.) Croit Dreeym Langan

Croft of the Mire (n.) Croit y Curragh

Croft of the Nook (n.) Croit ny Cooilley

Croft of the Poor (n.) Croit ny Moght

Croft of the Potatoes (n.) Croit ny Braase

Croft of the Road (n.) Croit y Vollee, Croit y Vayr

Croft of the Rocks (n.) Croit ny Creggey

Croft of the Spring (n.) Croit ny Geilley

Croft of the Team (n.) Croit y Staa

Croft of the Turbary (n.) Croit ny Moaney

Croft of the Windy Road (n.) Croit Bayr ny Geayee

Cross of the Tomb (n.) Crosh yn Ullican

cry of the bittern boob

Current of the Channel (n.) Stroo ny Keyllys

curvature of the spine (n.) cammid drommey

date of the next meeting (n.) daayt y nah haglym

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

Department of the Environment (n.) Rheynn Çhymmyltaght

dish of the day (n.) bee yn laa

doctor of the law (n.) fer-ynsee jehn leigh

download the app (v.) jeelaadey yn app

down the hatch (intj) sheese lesh

down the stairs neose ny greeishyn: To fall down the stairs - Dy huittym neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom

eclipse of the moon (n.) dooid ny heayst

eclipse of the sun (n.) dooid ny greiney

edge of the beach (n.) braigh y chladdee

edge of the wood (n.) oirr ny keylley

Enclosure of the Calves (n.) Close ny Lheiy

Enclosure of the Graves (n.) Close ny h'Oaie

Enclosure of the Lake (n.) Close ny Loghey

Enclosure of the Mire (n.) Close ny Laaghey

Enclosure of the Road (n.) Close y Vollee, Close y Vollagh, Close y Vayr

Enclosure of the Style (n.) Close y Keym

End of the Black Land (n.) Kione Dooag

End of the Flat (n.) Kione y Faaie

End of the Reef (n.) Kione y Sker

end of the rod (n.) baare y lorg

End of the Shore (n.) Kione y Traie

End of the Turbary (n.) Cass ny Moainee

end of the year (n.) kione ny bleeaney

ends of the earth feai-ny-cruinney

face of the deep (n.) eaghtyr y diunid

face of the earth (n.) eddin y thallooin

face of the sky (n.) neeal yn aer

fall by the sword (v.) a: and I will cause him to fall by the sword in his own land - as ver-yms er tuittym liorish y chliwe ayns e heer hene Bible

fall to the earth (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo

fall to the ground (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo: and did let none of his words fall to the ground - as cha lhig eh da veg jeh e ghoan dy huittym gys y thalloo Bible


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