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chenn See shenn (yn) old: as eshyn ta loo er y thalloo, nee eh loo liorish Jee yn ynrickys; er-yn-oyr dy vel yn chenn seaghyn jarroodit, as dy vel ad keillit veih my hooillyn. Bible


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Chenn Raue (Yn) Ancient Rome

chenn ven (f.) See shenn ven (yn); (the) mater: V'ad farrarey yn chenn ven. DF

'sy chenn-lhiannooaght dote

'sy chenn agglish Casherick in the old Holy church

ass yn chenn Chonaant Old Testament

cur 'sy chenn ynnyd reinstall

er-dyn chenn earish of old: Son Jee my Ree er dyn chenn earish Bible

fer 'sy chenn lambaanid dotard

jeh'n chenn heihll old-world

jeh'n chenn yannoo obsolete

lambaneys yn chenn eash second childhood

Lhoan y Chenn Oik Post Old Post Office Lane

lus y chenn ghuilley (f.) southernwood

mooinjey yn chenn seihll (f.) ancients

shennaghys y chenn seihll ancient history

'sy chenn earish in olden days, yore: haink yn sleih cheddin dy ve deiney niartal, vasy chenn earish, ard-hranlaasee Bible

sy chenn traa in old time: Son cha daink phadeyryssy chenn traa liorish aigney dooinney Bible

Freayll yn chooid er mayrn jehn Chenn Eiraght To preserve whateer is left of Ancient Heritage

Thie Bee yn Chenn Wyllin Arroo Old Cornmill Restaurant

old (n.) (yn) chenn: Stirring the old embers - Chiow yn chenn vroit. DF idiom; (adj.) shann, shenn

Ancient Rome (n.) (Yn) Chenn Raue

mater (n.) (yn) chenn ven; moir

Old Testament1 (n.) ass yn chenn Chonaant; Shenn Chonaantagh: the same vail untaken away in the reading of the old testament - tan coodagh cheddin er-mayrn orroo, ayns lhaih yn chenn chonaant Bible

yore (n.) 'sy chenn earish

fidder weaver: "Agh,"  dooyrt fer rish yn chenn dooinney, "Immee stiagh sy thie as fow yn garmin ass yn  ghreie ayds," - son she fidder yn chenn dooinney GB; weaver bird

ooyn eggs: my she êin ny ooyn tayn, as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn Bible

of old er-dyn chenn earish

old-world (adj.) jeh'n chenn heihll, shenn-emshiragh

reinstall (v.) cur 'sy chenn ynnyd

southernwood (n.) lus y chenn ghuilley

chenn-caillin (yn) duchess

edd ushag bird's nest: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn t'ayn, as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag Bible

ein birds: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn tayn as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn. Bible; fowls

ancient history (n.) shennaghys y chenn seihll

ancients (npl.) (the); (yn) chennstyr; mooinjey yn chenn seihll; shenndeeaght

dotard (n.) branlaader, fer 'sy chenn lambaanid

dote feer ghraihagh er; 'sy chenn-lhiannooaght

duchess (n.) ben ooasle, bendiuic; (yn) chenn-caillin

in olden days 'sy chenn earish

in old timesy chenn traa

second childhood (n.) lambaneys yn chenn eash

obsolete (adj.) ass cliaghtey; ass oash; ass ymmyd; jeh'n chenn yannoo

Old Cornmill Restaurant (n.) Thie Bee yn Chenn Wyllin Arroo

olden (adj.) shenn: In olden days - 'Sy chenn earish. DF idiom

Old Post Office Lane (n.) Lhoan y Chenn Oik Post

arkagh in pig; (as sow) teeming: Ta'n chenn vuc arkagh. DF

chooinee remembered: Eisht chooinee eh er laghyn y chenn earish Bible

glassaghey greying, pale: Ren y chenn vooa glassaghey. DF

letter letter: ayns spyrryd noa, as cha nee ayns y chenn letter Bible

chip1 (v.) glenney, scolbey, speiltey; (n.) spollag: There is a chip out of the saucer - Ta spollag ass yn skaal. DF idiom; speilt: He is a chip off the old block - T'eh ny speilt jeh'n chenn villey. DF idiom

churchyard (n.) garey ny killagh, keeillagh, ruillick; rullick: Betake yourself to the old churchyard - Gow royd dys y chenn rullick. DF idiom

hold on (v.) cummal er; cummal dys: Whilst you are seeking a new friend hold on to the old - Choud's ta shiu shirrey carrey noa cum shiu gys y chenn. DF idiom; cummal rish; Fuirree ort

old man (n.) shenn dooinney: We will call in at the old man's - Vermayd stiagh er y chenn dooinney. DF idiom; boddagh

old woman (n.) caillagh; shenn ven: They were waking the old woman - V'ad farrarey yn chenn ven. DF idiom

To preserve whateer is left of Ancient Heritage Freayll yn chooid er mayrn jehn Chenn Eiraght

waking (v.) farrarey: They were waking the old woman - V'ad farrarey yn chenn ven. DF idiom

Averil (=Ir. Aibreán) April: Haink y jeihoo laa jeh Mee Averil as va shin foast sy chenn stayd, myr va Jee kiarail, t'eh jeeaghyn. Carn

cabbaneyn tents: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh Bible

chea ersooyl flee: Agh ta Nineveh er-dyn chenn earish, goll-rish loghan ushtey: ny yeih nee ad chea ersooyl. Bible

coardail2 See cordail (rish) according to, agree, assent, OK, pursuant: cha vel yn pheesh va goit ass yn noa coardail rish y chenn. Bible

Connor Connor: G'imraa yn Rullick Malew, s'cooin lhiam y chenn ghooinney va ny ' sexton ' ayns shen, enmyssit Jimmy Connor JC

Cornish (f.) Cornish: T'eh gra "Cornish" rish y chenn chengey as "Cornic" rish y chengey "aa-vioghey". Carn

cruinnaght vooar (f.) mass meeting: Haggil ry-cheilley ayns shen cruinnaght vooar jeusyn ta graihagh er y chenn ghlare, marish cummaltee ny skeerey, dy yannoo yn cheeill lung-lane. Coraa

fo-hroar (f.) by-product, catch crop: T'eh gra dy vel y sollaghey myr fo-hroar dooghyssagh veih'n çhenn stashoon-diesel. BS

ghlare Vanninagh (f.) (yn); (the) Manx language: hug e boggey dooin ooilley tra loayr eh dooin 'sy chenn ghlare Vanninagh. Coraa

gowaltys (=Ir. gabhaltas) farm, rented agricultural land, smallholding: Va shin ooilley tannaghtyn ec y chenn thie gowaltys as va failt mooar currit dooin veih'n wardoon Norman as e ven Monica. Carn

gurneil control, direct, govern: Ga dy vel ee roie dy tappee gour-y-vullee, gollrish ny banglaneyn elley jeh'n chenn ghlare-ghooie, va keayrt dy row gurneil yn trass ayrn jeh'n Rank Coraa; regulation

heïn (ny); (the) birds, young birds: cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn Bible

jannooyn activities: Ta shoh soilshit dy ve breag vooar tra ta shin aayeeaghyn ec ny jannooyn bunneydagh va ry-gheddyn dy aashagh ec yn chenn agglish veih traa Augustine. Dhoor

jarroodagh forgetful, mindless, unmindful: Tra va shin roish nish gyn-yss jeh'n phobble-hene S'jarroodagh jeh'n chenn ghlare Coraa

kiaulleeagh intone, sing, singsong: she eshyn y chenn-ayr ocsyn ta kiaulleeagh er y chlaasagh Bible

lhiggey'n raad da let go: Agh nee oo dy shickyr lhiggey'n raad da'n chenn ushag, as nee oo goaill ny hein, dy vod eh ve mie mayrt, as dy vod dty laghyn 've beayn. Bible

mactullagh echo: Beggan ny s'anmey haink yn eie dy ragh erin er cummal yn nah laa Mee Houney da ooilley anmeeyn ny merriu Creestee -mactullagh jeh'n chenn chredjue Celtiagh. Dhoor

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

Meayll (Yn); (The) Mull: Creneash y chenn valley-veg-cheerey ta ny lhie fo Cronk Meayll, ayns y Jiass Coraa

raa (=Ir. radh) pl. raaghyn pl. raghyn 1 dictum, expression, phrase, preface, remark, saying, sentence a: Jir shiu ayns shickyrys yn chenn raa shoh rhym Bible; 2 vallum

rouailtagh itinerant, nomad, ranger, roamer, rover, stroller, wanderer: As hooar yn chenn rouailtagh, ny-cheayrtyn, oaie ny s'cooie: Cha nee ayns lhiaght fo-halloo ve, agh heese 'syn aarkey mooie. Coraa; roaming, wandering, roving; nomadic

s'cooin lhiam I remember: G'imraa yn Rullick Malew, s'cooin lhiam y chenn ghooinney va ny 'sexton' ayns shen, enmyssit Jimmy Connor, as hooar eh jeih skillin son dagh oaie yinnagh eh reurey Coraa

shee dy row mayrt adieu: As dooyrt y chenn ghooinney, Shee dy row mayrt Bible

Shenn agglish Casherick Old Holy church: va oardagh crauee 'sy chenn agglish Casherick, ec toshiaght y Chargys dy row lheid ny persoonyn as v'er nyn gheddyn kyndagh jeh ard pheccah erbee, er nyn goyrt fo pennys foshlit PB1765

sonsheraght (v.) speak under breath, susurrate, whisper; (f.) whispering: aghterbee, choud's va shin nyn shassoo ayns shen cheayll shin sonsheraght cheet veih cheu-mooie y chenn thie-chabbyl va eddyr y thie-cheirdey Louis Corkill, ny ghaaue-dhoo, as yn oik Yimmy Clague, marchan-geayllyn. Coraa

speilt pl. speiltyn bavin, lath; chip: T'eh ny speilt jeh'n chenn villey. DF; chipping; lacerated; splinter

Stiureyder Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin Director of Manx National Heritage: By vie lesh stiureyder Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin thie-tashtee jeh'n diaspora Manninagh y ve sy chenn scoill Dhoor

wardoon pl. wardoonee warden: Va shin ooilley tannaghtyn ec y chenn thie gowaltys as va failt mooar currit dooin veih'n wardoon Norman as e ven Monica. Carn

wont (n.) oash; (v.) boallagh: quicken me, according as thou art wont - cur bree ayn-ym myr boallagh oo Bible; bollagh: They were wont to speak in old time - Bollagh ad grasy chenn earish Bible; cliaghtey: was I ever wont to do so unto thee? - row mee rieau cliaghtey dy yannoo myr shoh dhyt? Bible; oallagh: and to all the places where David himself and his men were wont to haunt - as gys dy chooilley ynnyd va David as e gheiney oayllagh dy haaghey bible; oayllagh rish

bardyn poets: Agh, er yn oyr nagh row bardyn oaylagh 'syn Ellan, 'scosoylagh dy row yn daane chyndaait ny veggan as ny veggan choud as v'eh coyrt, 'sy chenn-laghyn. Coraa

coardail rish agree: cha vel yn pheesh va goit ass yn noa coardail rish y chenn Bible; according to, assent, OK, pursuant; in league with: Son bee oo ayns coardail rish claghyn y vagher; as bee beishtyn feïe ny hooirrey ec shee rhyt. Bible; confederate with: As ve er ny insh da thie Ghavid, gra, Ta Syria ayns coardail rish Ephraim Bible; according

troggal (=Ir. tógáil) arise, boost, building, elaborate, exalt, gather up, getting up, harvest, hoist, input, invoke, lift, lifting, pick off, pick up, pull in, raise, raise up, rally, rig up, set in rows, sing up, take, winch, wind; (f.) upbringing, uplift; (tax) charging; (as disease) contract; (of wind) freshen; (as shoulders) heave; (as child) bringing up, nurture, rear, train: Shegin da ve feer chronnal nish nagh vodmayd goaill yn nah chesmad er ash (troggal sheeloghe noa voish y chlean) ayns Mannin derrey ta mysh lieh-cheead dy leih ayn mysh yn eash hoght bleeaney jeig as Gaelg flaaoil oc. Carn; development, edifice, structure: cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil fir-ynsee noa. Carn; breed, breeding, rearing: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh. Bible; build, construct, elevate, put up: scuirr ad veih troggal yn ard-valley Bible; absorption, elaboration; hoist up

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