Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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both chammah; jees; (ny) neesht; nyn neesht; nyn yees; chammagh; dagh: To burn the candle at both ends - Lostey yn chainle ec dagh chione. JJK idiom; daa: As soon as war was declared, both armies began to move - Cha leah's va caggey er ny hoilshaghey magh, ghow yn daa armee toshiaght dy ghleashagh. JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

both ends together king ry cheilley

both the ends (npl.) bun as baare

king ry cheilley both ends together

nyn neesht both: bee ad nyn neesht er nyn goyrt gy-baase Bible

armies (npl.) armeeyn: As soon as war was declared, both armies began to move - Cha leah's va caggey er ny hoilshaghey magh, ghow yn daa armee toshiaght dy ghleashagh. JJK idiom; sheshaghtyn-caggee

asunder (adj., adv.) veih-my-cheilley: and parted them both asunder - ren ad ny-neesht y scarrey veih-my-cheilley B ible; ass y cheilley

held dreill; chum: He held it in both hands - Chum eh 'sy ghaa laue echey. DF idiom; cummit

lintels (npl.) linteyryn: both the cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels - nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee Bible

little children (npl.) cloan veggey: both little ones and women - chammah cloan veggey as mraane Bible

one day (n.) laa dy row; laa er dy henney; un laa: why should I be deprived also of you both in one day? - Cren fa veign er my roostey jeu nyn neesht ayns un laa? Bible

praises (npl.) moyllaghyn: He both praises it and blames it - T'eh cur moylley da as t'eh cur y foill er neesht. DF idiom; (v.) cur moylley

shall save coadee: Thou, Lord, shalt save both man and beast - Coadee uss, Hiarn, chammah dooinney as baagh Bible

witnessing (v.) coyrt feanish; gymmyrkey feanish: witnessing both to small and great - gymmyrkey feanish chammah gys beg as mooar Bible

bun as baare both the ends: Cur-my-ner te tilgit 'syn aile dy lostey; ta'n aile dy stroie eh bun as baare, as ta'n mean echey losht. Bible

chammagh as well, both: hig ny froggyn seose chammagh ort hene, as er dty phobble Bible

chammah as well: Yn un leigh vees eu, chammah son y joarree Bible; too; both

daa (=O.Ir. ) deuce, two: As ghow'n ven yn daa ghooinney, as ren ee follaghey ad Bible; both [L. duo]

dagh (=Ir. gach) COMPARE gagh each, every: er dagh kione jeh stoyl y vyghin Bible; both; singular

jees (=Ir. dís) (f.) both, brace, couple, pair, twain, two: Hie stiagh gys Noah ayns yn arg, jees as jees Bible [OIr. dias]

neesht1 also, besides, likewise, too, both: Ta mish my adeyr neesht myr t'ou uss Bible

neesht2 (ny) both: As vad ny neesht rooisht yn dooinney as e ven: as cha row oyr nearey orroo. Bible

nyn yees both, conjointly: Ta jallooaghyn jeh nyn yees jeu ry-akin ayns keeill ec Alturnan Carn

as well chammah: For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them - Son dooinyn van sushtal er ny phreacheil chammah as dauesyn Bible; chammagh: And the frogs shall come up both on thee. (as well) and upon thy people - As hig ny froggyn seose chammagh ort henehene, as er dty phobble Bible

binding (n.) boandey; (adj.) boandagh; kianglagh; tartagh; (v.) kiangley: we were binding sheaves in the field - va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher Bible; kianley: binding and delivering into prisons both men and women - kianley as livrey gys pryssoonyn chammah deiney as mraane Bible

bittern (n.) coar vooar: I will also make it a possession for the bittern - Neem eh y yannoo ny chaitnys dan choayr-vooar Bible; coayr: But the cormorant and the bittern shall possess it - Agh nee yn cormorant, as y choayr cummal ayn Bible; bittern: both the cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels of it - nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible; ushag ny boob

can't cha vod; (interrog.) nagh nod; cha nod: You can't have it both ways - Cha nod oo goaill y sheh marish ny h-eairkanyn. DF idiom; nagh vod: It's a pity he can't come - S'doogh nagh vod eh cheet. JJK idiom

Jews (npl.) (Ny) Hewnyn: Where is he that is born King of the Jews? - Cre vel ree ny Hewnyn ter jeet er y theihll? Bible; Ewnyn: for we have before proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under sin - son ta shin roïe er phrowal dy vel chammah Ewnyn as Ashoonee, ooilley fo peccah Bible

move (v.) arraghey, scugh; cur seose; gleashagh, gleashaghey: As soon as war was declared, both armies began to move - Cha leah's va caggey er ny hoilshaghey magh, ghow yn daa armee toshiaght dy ghleashagh. JJK idiom; lheill; raisey; scughey; scughys; brasnaghey, greinnaghey; gleashaght

shall look failee: and thine eyes shall look - as failee dty hooillyn Bible; jeeaghee: he will bring me again, and shew me both it, and his habitation - as jeeagh-ee eh dou chammah shen as e chabbane-agglish Bible; hee-ys: And if the priest shall look - As my hee-ys y saggyrt Bible

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