Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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ayndoo in them: chamoo ta veg y tushtey ayndoo Bible


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in them ayndaue, ayndoo; ayndoosyn

briwnyn judges: ta ny quaiyllyn nyn soie, as briwnyn ayndoo Bible

dellym I shall deal: er ny laghyn ayndoo dellym rhyt Bible

loayrtys (words) address; (by speaker) talk; vocalization: myr va'n Spyrryd cur bree loayrtys ayndoo Bible; speech

I shall deal dellym: in the days that I shall deal with thee - er ny laghyn ayndoo dellym rhyt Bible

aignaghyn minds: ayndoo ny-neesht ta mee greinnaghey ny aignaghyn ynrick eu gys cooinaghtyn Bible

brisht stiagh baptized with fire: scolt ad hene lesh lhieggey er nyn mooin, ad broojit fo; nyn armyn creoi cur guin, torchagh as pian, myr v'ad brisht stiagh ayndoo lesh trimmid wooar PC

buinn cut, cut down, harvest, lift, mow, mowing, reap, reaping, shear, shearing: as foast ta queig bleeaney, ayndoo, cha bee traaue ny buinn Bible

carnaneyn heaps: As t'eh baghey ayns ard-valjyn treigit ayns thieyn ayndoo nagh vel dooinney erbee cummal, ta aarloo dy huittym ayns carnaneyn. Bible; mounts; (ny) roller coaster

cheet appee mellow: eddyr immyryn breckey-va blah-hieyn liauyrey ayn, ny ooylyn-ghraih ayndoo cheet appee, 'solley va orroo daah ny greiney er oirr ny cruinney fastyr meein y tourey. Coraa

cummaltagh pl. cummaltee inhabitant, inmate, in-patient, occupier: bee ny ard-valjyn echey follym-faase, gyn cummaltagh faagit ayndoo. Bible; (adj.) residential

cummee shall hold, will hold: Cummee my laue eshyn dy-shickyr Bible; will dwell, shall inhabit: troggee ad thieyn, as cummee ad ayndoo Bible; designing

dourinagh See dowrinagh contagious, diseased: Ayndoo shoh va nyn lhie ymmodee dy leih dourinagh Bible

galverg (f.) gall: agh ayns y toshiaght, tra chie ad er croo, cha row galverg, noidys, ny nieu ayndoo gys dirree peccah PC

idd 1 hats a: Eisht va ny deiney shoh kianlt ayns nyn gooatyn, nyn oashyryn, as nyn idd, as nyn eaddagh elley, Bible; 2 nests a: Ayndoo ta ny eeanlee jannoo nyn idd Bible

leodit depleted, derogated, diminished, disliked, disrespected, reduced: Ta Oik Sthie yn Reeriaght Unnaneyssit er ninsh da Reiltys Vannin nagh jig gaue ass prowal shligganyn as uraanium leodit ayndoo faggys da Mannin. BS

oirr ny cruinney horizon: va blah hieyn liauyrey ayn, ny ooylyn-ghraih ayndoo cheet appee, 'solley va orroo daah ny greiney er oirr ny cruinney fastyr meein y tourey. Coraa

orchardyn orchards: Ren mee dou hene garaghyn as orchardyn as hoie mee ayndoo dy chooilley cheint y villey mess Bible

rooymoil large, roomy: cre cho rooymoil 's ta cooyrtyn y Jee mooar dy vow'n theay ooilley ayndoo rooym dy liooar. Bible

ro vie too good: T 'ad miolagh sleih dy yarrood Jee, dy smooinaght ro vie jeu hene, as dy hreishteil ayndoo hene CS

sayntyn ny foalley lusts: Ayndoo shoh ren shin ooilley myrgeddin baghey roish nish, ayns sayntyn ny foalley, cooilleeney yeearreeyn yn eill, as yn aigney Bible

scrial descry, eye, scout: Cordail rish earroo ny laghyn, ayndoo va shiu scrial yn cheer Bible

shiaghey past: Ayndoo hug shiu myrgeddin raad diu hene ayns y traa t'er n'gholl shiaghey, tra ren shiu baghey ny-vud oc. Bible

spittag (f.) sharp-tongued woman, shrew, spitfire, verbose woman, vixen; little piece: Va dagh gharmin ayndoo jeh fuygh darragh, trome as lajer, chionnit rish fer elley lesh spittag fuygh, cha nee treiney yiarn! JG

staillin (=Ir. staillinn) (f.) jumper; steel: Trooid stiagh, agh cum shiu ersooyl veih ny dellyn staillin; ta danjeyr ayndoo ayns sterrym gollrish shoh. JG

troggee constructional, constructive, elevating; (v.) will build, will arise, will raise: troggee ad thieyn, as cummee ad ayndoo Bible; shall mount up, shall carry; shall raise up, shall lift up, shall build, shall arise: shall take up

ice (v.) cur rio ayn, cur rio-hugyr er, cur rioeeaght er, riojaghey; (n.) rio: Which are blackish by reason of the ice and wherein the snow is hid - Ta jeeaghyn doo lesh y rio; as ayndoo tan sniaghtey follit Bible; (n.) riojey: Get me a bucket of ice cream to make ice creams - Fow lane-chruick dy chey riojey dou dy yannoo riojagyn. DF idiom; (n.) riojag

stomach (n.) bolg: Crawling on his stomach - Snaue er e volg. DF idiom; booragh, chiolg, stamach; gailley: On a full stomach - Er gailley lane. DF idiom; stamack: It will put some stomach in them - Ver e stamack ayndoo. DF idiom

dy geyre abruptly: Lurg shoh eaisht dy geyre rish ny t'er ny ghra as er ny ghuee er y hon, cooinaght dy nee dty phadjeryn hene ad ta çhebbit s eose gys Jee, agh nagh vel ayrn erbee ayd ayndoo CS; closely

frogh dry-rotten, perished: Honnick mee y cassan lhoobey gys y thie mooar, as ny farchailyn er,-ny blah-hieyn liauyrey gyn tomatoeyn, gyn uinnagyn as fuygh frogh ayndoo-garey gyn gareyder. Coraa

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