Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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boy1 (n.) boie, myrneen, scollag; guilley: A boy was before me - Va guilley er my veealloo. DF idiom

boy2 (n.) (sweetheart) leggad


Inexact matches:

altar boy (n.) guilley altar, guilley altaragh

cabin boy (n.) guilley cabbane, guilley lhuingey

call boy (n.) guilley fogree

charity boy (n.) guilley jeirk

corner boy (n.) guilley corneilagh

drummer boy (n.) guilley drum

errand boy (n.) eilkinagh, guilley drid

fly boy (n.) kialgeyr

hulking boy (n.) glashtin

kitchen boy (n.) sguillin

message boy (n.) guilley drid

new boy (n.) noanee

news boy (n.) guilley pabyr

office boy (n.) guilley offish

old boy (n.) mainshtyr

paper boy (n.) guilley naightyn, guilley ny pabyryn

pit boy (n.) guilley meainey

post boy (n.) guilley post

pot boy (n.) guilley thie oast

servant boy (n.) guilley failt

shop boy (n.) guilley shapp

stable boy (n.) guilley ny cabbil, guilley stabyl

Teddy boy (n.) bockeen straiddey

telegraph boy (n.) guilley chellegraf

wild boy (n.) bock Voayldyn

Balley Boy McBoy's Farm

Frowning Boy Hill (n.) Cronk Guilley Groamagh

McBoy's Farm (n.) Balley Boy

bockeen straiddey Teddy boy

bock Voayldyn wild boy

boie boy

guilley altar altar boy

guilley altaragh altar boy

guilley cabbane cabin boy

guilley chellegraf telegraph boy

guilley corneilagh corner boy

guilley drid bellboy, boots, buttons, errand boy, fag, flunkey, footman, message boy: Ren lught-reill Hostyn coayl impiraght vooar as ta ram Sostnee as guillyn-drid Celtiagh foast dobberan mysh shen Carn

guilley drum drummer boy

guilley fogree call boy

guilley jeirk charity boy

guilley lhuingey cabin boy

guilley naightyn paper boy

guilley offish office boy

guilley post post boy

sguillin kitchen boy

eilkinagh bellboy, errand boy, messenger

guilley ny cabbil stable boy

guilley ny pabyryn paper boy

guilley pabyr news boy, newsboy

guilley stabyl stable boy, yardman

guilley thie oast pot boy

Cronk Guilley Groamagh Frowning Boy Hill

guilley failt servant boy, young male servant

guilley meainey pit boy, pit coal

guilley shapp shop assistant, shop boy

blue-eyed2 (favourite) reih-ghuilley: He's the blue-eyed boy - T'eshyn yn reih-ghuilley. DF idiom

favourite reih: The favourite boy - Yn reih ghuilley. DF idiom; graihag, myrneen

snotty (adj.) smuggagh: Snotty boy - Guilley smuggagh. DF idiom

naughty (adj.) garroo; olkyssagh; olk: The master punished the naughty boy - Cherree yn mainstyr y guilley olk. JJK idiom

sick1 asslayntagh; chingey; doghanit; ching: The boy was dreadfully sick - Va'n guilley ching ass myghin. DF idiom

glashtin goblin, sprite; hulking boy: Agh ta mish slane shickyr dy ren ny shenn Vanninee credjal ayns lheid ny cretooryn as ferrishyn, y phynnoderee, y buggane, y glashtin, y dooinney-oie a. LC

guilley (=Ir. giolla) pl. guillyn 1 batman, boy, caddie, follower, henchman, lackey, lad, linkman, menial, minion, nipper, satellite, tool, usher, verger, young male servant a: Nish va ooilley shoh gyn-yss da'n guilley Bible; 2 (boy) page: hug Jonathan e vhow as e hideyn da'n guilley Bible

kialgeyr betrayer, cheat, con man, deceitful person, deceiver, double-dealer, fiddler, fly boy, hypocrite, illusionist, plotter, schemer, swindler, trickster, twister: Ta kialgeyr lesh e veeal cur coayll da e naboo Bible; dissembler

leggad 1 amour propre, beau, boyfriend, endowment, girlfriend, partner, sweetheart a: T'eh ny henn leggad j'ee. DF; 2 (sweetheart) boy; 3 (sweetheart) valentine; 4 bequest, legacy

mainshtyr pl. mainshtyryn boss, guv'nor, master, old boy, skipper, taskmaster: loayr ad rish y chenn ghooinney, mainshtyr y thie Bible

myrneen (m., f.) boy, boyfriend, favourite, girlfriend, honey, mignon, sweetheart, Valentine, well-beloved: Ta shoh er jeet rish dy doaltattym, tra v'ee er n'eddyn magh dy row ben elley ec e myrneen. Dhoor; darling

noanee new boy, newcomer, novice, recruit: Ghow yn cooish shoh toshiaght sy vlein 1977 tra va sleih choyrt duillageenyn da'n theay noi noanee sidooryn ec yn un cheayrt as va'n armee Sostnagh jannoo taishbynys er y chooylaghyn. Carn

scollag pl. scollagyn 1 boy, lad, stripling, youngster a: Ta scollag ayns shoh ta queig bwilleenyn oarn echey Bible; 2 scholar

hang (v.) ceau; croghey rish; cur seose; lhie; shassoo; cum: Hang on to your Manx, boy! - Cum rish dty Ghaelg, lah! DF idiom; croghey: Hang him - Jean croghey eh. DF idiom; crogh: Hang your coat on the nail - Crogh dty chooat er y treiney. DF idiom; (to); (dy) chroghey: To hang low - Dy chroghey neose. DF idiom

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