Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary


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arkyssagh (adj.) calamitous, distressed, misfortunate; (n.) mendicant, needy person, pauper

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calamitous (adj.) arkyssagh, donney, seiyjagh

distressed (adj.) arkyssagh, meegherjoilagh; seaghnit

needy person (n.) arkyssagh, femagh

mendicant (n., adj.) arkyssagh, jeirkagh; (n.) fer shooyl ny dhieyn

misfortunate (adj.) anraahagh, anraahoil, arkyssagh, drogh-haghyrtagh, lhag-haghyrtagh, neuchoanagh

pauper (n.) arkyssagh, jeirkagh; boght: The pauper's grave - Ruillick ny moght. DF idiom


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