Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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buird planking, boards: ren eh yn altar lesh buird Bible; tables: Va kiare buird er y cheu shoh Bible


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aanrit buird table cloth, table linen, tablecloth: Va shenn ven sy Ard-cherrin, as by vie lhee creck aanrit buird dooin. Dhoor

buird chloaie tables of stone: Tar seose hym's er y chronk, as fuirree ayns shen; as ver-yms dhyt buird chloaie, as leigh, as annaghyn ta mee er scrieu; dhyt's dy ynsaghey daue. Bible

buird cooney narrow tables

buird lhuingey ship boards: T'ad er n'yannoo ooilley ny buird lhuingey ayd jeh biljyn-juys Senir Bible

buird slattyssagh statutory boards

caillin buird parlour maid

chyndaa buird table turning

claare buird tabletop

cressad buird table lamp

eaddagh buird napery, tea cloth

feegan buird table mat

fwirran buird dinner service

naptin buird serviette

spein buird (f.) tablespoon

taggloo buird table talk

tennys buird ping-pong

towl buird pigeon-hole

cur ayns towl buird pigeonhole

lane spein buird tablespoonful

buird-scrieuee writing tables: jean eh cronnal er buird-scrieuee

boards (npl.) buird

dinner service (n.) fwirran buird

napery (n.) eaddagh buird

narrow tables (npl.) buird cooney

parlour maid (n.) caillin buird

pigeon-hole (n.) towl buird

ping-pong (n.) tennys buird

planking buird; plankys

serviette (n.) aanriteen, naptin buird

ship boards (npl.) buird lhuingey

statutory boards (npl.) buird slattyssagh

tablecloth (n.) aanrit buird; aanrit-boayrd

table cloth (n.) aanrit buird

table lamp (n.) cressad buird

tables (npl.) buird: The joiner makes tables, benches, desks, cupboards, bedsteads, doors - Ta'n seyr-thie jannoo buird, binkyn, cronnagyn, cubbyrtyn, stockyn-lhiabbee, dorrysyn. JJK idiom

tablespoon (n.) spein buird

tablespoonful (n.) lane spein buird

table talk (n.) taggloo buird

tabletop (n.) claare buird

table turning (n.) chyndaa buird

exam boards (npl.) buird-scrutaght

tables of stone (npl.) buird chloaie

writing tables (npl.) buird-scrieuee

buird-scrutaght exam boards

table linen (n.) aanrit buird, eaddagh kirpey

table mat (n.) feegan buird, feegan coonlee

tea cloth (n.) eaddagh buird, eaddagh tey, clout saagh

pigeonhole (v.) cur ayns towl buird, cur gys un cheu

focklyn words: scrieu eh er ny buird focklyn y chonaant Bible; wording

mortis socket: ren eh da-eed mortis argid fo ny feed buird Bible

scrieuee of writing: jean eh cronnal er buird-scrieuee Bible

benches (npl.) beckyn; binkyn: The joiner makes tables, benches, desks, cupboards, bedsteads, doors - Ta'n seyr-thie jannoo buird, binkyn, cronnagyn, cubbyrtyn, stockyn-lhiabbee, dorrysyn. JJK idiom

narrow (adj.) beg, chion, neurheamyssagh; keyl: Narrow stick - Maidjey keyl. DF idiom; coon: The narrow glen - Yn ghlion choon. DF idiom; cooney: Narrow tables - Buird cooney. DF idiom; (gen.) keylley; (v.) coonaghey, keyllaghey

seats (npl.) soiagyn; stuill: the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves - ny buird ocsyn va caghlaa argid, as ny stuill ocsyn va creck calmaneyn

steady beayn; jeenys; jeenysal: Steady a table leg - Cass buird y yeenysal. DF idiom; jeenysey; kinjagh; rea; shickyr: Steady your hand! - Cum dty laue shickyr! DF idiom

barr pl. barryn bar: As nee barr meanagh ny buird roshtyn veih kione dy kione. Bible

boayl erbee any place, anywhere, any whither, wherever: Son ta ooilley ny buird sollit lesh skeay as broïd, myr shen nagh vel boayl erbee glen. Bible; at any place, in any place, to any place; nowhere

boayrd (=Ir. bórd) pl. buird board, plank, shelf of rock, table: ny hoie ec boayrd y cheesh Bible

cheu elley jeh trans, trans-: As queig barryn son buird y cheu elley jeh'n chabbane Bible

cheu jiass my-yiass on the south side: As nee oo ny buird son y chabbane, feed boayrd son y cheu jiass my-yiass. Bible

croaganeyn hooks: As cheu-sthie va croaganeyn lheead bassey soit runt mygeayrt, as er ny buird va feill yn oural. Bible

er yrjid high: As va ny kiare buird dy chlaghyn cummit cour yn oural-losht, cubit dy lieh er lhiurid, as cubit dy lieh er lheead, as un chubit er yrjid Bible

Jeih Annaghyn Ten Commandments: As hug eh buird ny jeih annaghyn ayns yn arg, as ny looghyn rish yn arg, as hug eh stoyl y vyghin kione heose yn arg. Bible

Mayrt (f.) Tuesday: er yn oyr dy vel aanrityn buird dy liooar sy chapp henndaght "Mantiques" ayns Purt ny hinshey raad ta Ruth gobbraghey gagh Mayrt. Dhoor

scrieu wrote: scrieu eh er ny buird focklyn y chonaant, ny jeih annaghyn Bible

shey (=Ir. ) sextet, six: as son lhiattee heear y chabbane ren eh shey buird Bible [L. sex]

sollit contaminated, defiled, dirtied, soiled: ta ooilley ny buird sollit lesh skeay as broid Bible

tesmad (f.) 1 crossbar, rung, traverse a: yn coodagh as ooilley ny va bentyn rish, ny clespyn, ny buird, ny tesmadyn, ny pillaryn Bible; 2 (of ladder) step

tesmadyn bars: As hug ad lhieu'n cabbane-agglish gys Moses, yn coodagh as ooilley ny va bentyn rish, ny clespyn, ny buird, ny tesmadyn, ny pillaryn, as ny socketyn echey Bible

commandments (npl.) annaghyn: he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant, - scrieu eh er ny buird focklyn y chonaant, ny jeih annaghyn DF idiom; currymyn: For if ye shall diligently keep all these commandments - Son my nee shiu dy kiarailagh ooilley ny currymyn shoh Bible; saraghyn: and remember all the commandments of the Lord - as cooinaghtyn er ooilley saraghyn y Chiarn Bible

Ollanish (f.) Dutch: ta buird-scrutee ennagh er cheau magh çhengaghyn goll rish ny çhengaghyn Loghlinagh as Ollanish as eer Rooshish! Dhoor

qualleeaght (=Ir. cáilíocht) (f.) qualification: Er yn oyr shen, v'eh fardailagh dy ve shirrey er ny buird-scrutee Ghoaldagh ad dy chur qualleeaght Ghaelgagh er e hoshiaght. Dhoor

Rooshish (=Ir. Rúisis) (f.) Russian: ta buird-scrutee ennagh er cheau magh çhengaghyn goll rish ny çhengaghyn Loghlinagh as Ollanish as eer Rooshish! Dhoor

towse (=Ir. tomhas) pl. towseyn 1 calibre, capacity, dose, gauge, mensuration, mete, rating, size, time, value a: As liorish towse hug eh airh son buird yn arran casherick Bible; 2 (of gold) tit; 3 (n.) divine law; 4 (v.) mark off, measure out, weigh out, measure, weigh, size up, sum up, summing up, ponder

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