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chur1 1 put, laid a: Chur eh e laueyn orroosyn va ayns shee rish Bible; 2 sent: Chur eh magh e ockle, as ren eh ad y lheihys: as v'ad er ny hauail veih nyn doyrt-mow. Bible

chur2 (dy); (to) give: Dy chur da livrey e vioys veih'n oaie Bible


Inexact matches:

chur comys (dy); (to) to give offence: Vel mee er chur comys hood? DF

chur lesh brought: As chur eh lesh magh y pobble v'ayn Bible

chur tayrn (dy); (to) give a pull: agh cha bee feme ain er y tayrneyder dy chur tayrn dooin yn keayrt shoh. Dhoor

ry chur wherewith: Cha row freegyrt erbee aym ry chur er. DF

accan y chur stiagh lay a complaint

assee y chur gys neunhee undo the harm

assee y chur gys veg undo the harm

beeal bane y chur da play up

chur baare er y donnys (intj) (dy); (to) crown all

chur jerrey er (dy) in conclusion: Dy chur jerrey er coloayrtyssyn. DF

chur keayrt er (dy); (to) visit: Dy chur keayrt er ny cooyl-straiddyn. DF

chur myr sampleyr (dy); (to) instance

chur shilley er (dy); (to) visit: Hie mee sheese gys garey ny croyn, dy chur shilley er troar ny glionney Bible

chur 'sy whing (dy); (to) span in

cleaysh y chur er hene prick-up ears

do-chur ayns clou unprintable

er ny chur magh published: liorish D. G. Pringle, er ny chur magh ec Research Studies Press. Carn

fer y chur sheese layer

lioar chur sheese (f.) reference book

maihnys y chur da shrive

neu-chur jerrey er non-completion

neuyantagh dy chur er ash irreversible

neuyantagh dy chur fo ushtey unsinkable

piggad y chur er picket

ry-chur noi coontys (costs) chargeable

ry chur ort for outward application

ry-chur sheese da (to cause) chargeable

so-chur ass lieh attributable

so-chur gys leih attributable

so-chur sheese da attributable

streng-skeeal y chur (to) wire to

yn-chur er chreck realizable

yn-chur ny host confutable

billey y chur er y voayrd (to) table a bill

duillag y chur er yn eddyr-voggyl put a page on the web

shirrey kied yn treealtys y chur roish beg to move the motion

attributable (adj.) so-chur ass lieh; so-chur gys leih; so-chur sheese da

visit2 (v.) (to); (dy) chur keayrt er; (dy) chur shilley er; (dy) yeeaghyn

undo the harm (v.) assee y chur gys neunhee; assee y chur gys veg; (to); (dy) lheihys yn assee

give offence (v.) (to); (dy) chur comys

hint cowrey; coyrle; faaue: Give a hint - Faaue y chur da peiagh. DF idiom; fou; sannish: Drop a hint - Sannish y chur da peiagh. DF idiom; (v.) cur faaue da

map (n.) caslys cheerey: Have you finished your map? - Vel oo er chur jerrey er dty chaslys-cheerey? JJK idiom; kaart cheerey: Have you finished your map? - Vel oo er chur jerrey er dty chaart-cheerey? JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo caslys cheerey

wherewith (adv.) ry chur

cleree clerks: hirr ad er ny cleree dy chur lhieu baghyl Noo Maghal as cheet dy chur shilley er y vainshtyr oc son v'ad sheiltyn dy row eh raad y vaaish. Chron

Mooir Vannin (f.) (The) Irish Sea: Ta shoh er chur er Reiltys y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit sthap shallidagh y chur er ceau tooilley orçh goul-rooragh ayns Mooir Vannin veih Sellafield. BS

snug (of animal) butt; flounce, poke; (of head) toss: dy jinnagh fer goll seose dy chur shilley urree as loayrt r'ee 'sy Ghailck, yinnagh ee myngheearey as cur snug jeh'n chione, dy chur fys da dy row ee toiggal shen v'er ny ghra. Coraa

brought chur lesh; currit lesh

chargeable3 (adj.) (costs) ry-chur noi coontys

chargeable4 (adj.) (to cause) ry-chur sheese da

confutable (adj.) yn-chur ny host

dishonour (v.) cur meeonnor er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur meeonnor er y vooinjer. DF idiom; cur nearey er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur nearey er y lught-thie. DF idiom; (n.) jeh-voylley, meeonnor, meeonnoragh, mee-ooashley, meewooie, neuonnor

dot (v.) breckey lesh ponkyn, cur ponk er; ponkey: To dot and carry one - Dy phonkey as unnane y chur er e hoshiaght. DF idiom; (n.) floag, poynt; ponk, ponck: Dot the i's - Ponck y chur er ny h-i-aghyn. DF idiom

give2 (v.) (to); (dy) chur: I beg you to give the subject a moment's consideration - Ta mee guee erriu dy chur da'n chooish geill shallid. JJK idiom; choyrt: When the hand ceases to give, the mouth ceases to praise - Tra scuirrys y laue dy choyrt, scuirrys yn beeal dy voylley. JJK idiom

give a pull (v.) (to); (dy) chur tayrn

interposition (n.) eddyr-chur; eddyr-ghoaill

shrive maihnys y chur da

span in (to); (dy) chur 'sy whing

subject biallagh, biallagh da, fo-reill da, fo-viallys da: I beg you to give the subject a moment's consideration - Ta mee guee erriu dy chur da'n chooish geill shallid. JJK idiom; kione y raa; theay; (v.) cur fo smaght, injillaghey, smaghtaghey; cooish: I beg you to give the subject a moment's consideration - Ta mee guee erriu dy chur da'n chooish geill shallid. JJK idiom

transmissible (adj.) so-chur

barrag (f.) cream: Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. DF; froth, hoarfrost, mist, rime, sea foam, spume: ny getlagh er dagh laue dy phlooghey'n troailtagh s'lhoys eddin y chur daue, geayghyn stermagh, dorrin as barrag ghyere, geiyrt dredge y diunid d' etlagh trooid yn aer PC; lather

eddyr-chur interposition

so-chur transmissible

for outward application ry chur ort

in conclusion (adv.) (dy) chur jerrey er; fy yerrey

non-completion (n.) neu-chur jerrey er; neuchooilleeney

picket (n.) piggad; (v.) piggad y chur er

play up (v.) beeal bane y chur da

realizable (adj.) yn-chur er chreck; yn-yannoo

reference book (n.) jesheydane, lioar chur sheese, lioar fysseree

unprintable (adj.) do-chlou, do-chur ayns clou

wire to (v.) (to) streng-skeeal y chur; telegrafal

dooal blackmail: Dooal y chur er. DF; nigrescent

laccalys deficit: Yn laccalys y chur stiagh. DF

beg to move the motion (v.) shirrey kied yn treealtys y chur roish

conclusion (n.) briwnys, chaglym; jerrey: In conclusion - Dy chur jerrey er. DF idiom

crown all (intj) (to); (dy) chur baare er y donnys; myr baare er y donnys

instance (v.) (to); (dy) cosoyley; (v.) dy chur myr sampleyr; mac-soylley, myr trow, sampleyr, trow

irreversible (adj.) neuyantagh cur ergooyl, neuyantagh dy chur er ash

lay a complaint (v.) accan y chur stiagh, accan y yannoo

presentation1 (n.) toyrt; gioot: Make a presentation - Gioot y chur da. DF idiom

prick-up ears cleaysh y chur er hene; cleayshyn ry-chlashtyn er

put a page on the web (v.) duillag y chur er yn eddyr-voggyl

table a bill (v.) (to) billey y chur er y voayrd

accryssyd hunger: dy chur naardey yn slane cheshaght shoh lesh accryssyd. Bible

aggad deep cut, nick, notch, sore, step: Aggad y chur ayns side. DF

angaish agony: Nee seaghyn as angaish aggle y chur er Bible

cart 1 cart a: chur ad lhieu arg Yee ayns cart noa Bible; 2 tanner's bark

cluigys craftiness, trickery: Dy chur er y yannoo trooid cluigys. DF

duirn fists: Yn cloie y chur ass cooyl duirn. DF

dy fergagh angrily, ferociously: Dy fergagh chur eh yn thie er aile. Coraa

feeam (f.) bang, report; sound: Feeam y chur da ny r'yn ayd. DF

fer clashtyn hearer: Oh dy jinnagh fer clashtyn y chur dou ! Bible

focklyn stiagh bookings: Vel monney sleih er chur focklyn stiagh? DF

gholl ny s'melley (dy); (to) slow down: Dy chur er dy gholl ny s'melley. DF

goan scruit written word: Va goan scruit er ny chur da. DF

greesaght (f.) incitement, instigation, motive: Greesaght y chur ayns peiagh ennagh. DF

jatter (pl -yn) 1 author; 2 debtor a: agh t'er chur reesht da'n jatter e yioal Bible

lheimyder-faiyr grasshopper: Vod oo aggle y chur ayn, myr ayns y lheimyder-faiyr? Bible

lhow suffered: lhow Moses diu nyn mraane y chur ersooyl Bible

meeonnor (f.) dishonour, unhonesty: Dy chur meeonnor er y vooinjer. DF

Ooig (f.) (Yn) Wick: Shynnagh y chur ass e ooig. DF

oranje (f.) orange: Bee shiu cha dooie as dy chur oranje dou. JJK

pryssoonaght (f.) detention, imprisonment, incarceration: Deyrsnys pryssoonaght y chur stiagh. DF

roym's before me: cha jean dty atchim roym's aggle y chur aynyd Bible

skeddan (pl -yn) herring: Vel oo er chur sheese yn skeddan ayd foast mleeaney? DF

skeiltan (pl -yn) lath, splint: Skeiltan y chur rish craue DF

stroanyn nostrils: Vod oo dooan y chur ayns ny stroanyn echey? Bible

tarnoal blow, clout, clump, knockdown blow, knockout, stroke: Tarnoal y chur da. DF

tayrn beg pluck: Tayrn beg neese y chur da. DF

terr (=Ir. tearr) tar: Brat terr y chur er bayr. DF

tick (f.) tick: Dy chur tick rish ennym. DF; ticking

tonney (of emotion) wave; waviness: Tonney y chur ayns dt'olt. DF

tosheeaght (f.) antecedence, precedence, preference, priority: Dy chur tosheeaght da peesh dy naight. DF

trubbyl trouble: cre s'lhiass dhyt trubbyl sodjey y chur er y vainshter? Bible

astray (adv.) chailjey; er shaghryn: Do not lead me astray - Ny chur er shaghryn mee. DF idiom; shaghrynys

bestow (v.) feoiltaghey, giootal da, stowal er, giootal; baarail; cur da: Bestow one's affections on - Graih y chur da. DF idiom

blacklist (v.) crossey; cur 'sy lioar doo: Blacklist someone - Peiagh ennagh y chur 'sy lioar ghoo. DF idiom

broach1 barnaghey; bher: Broach meat - Feill y chur er bher. DF idiom; broacheil; broachey; cur lhong hug y gheay; (stoandey) lhiggey; stooag; towley

buoy (n.) booie: Put down a buoy - Booie y chur magh. DF idiom; (n.) booie stiuree, mollag; (v.) cur magh booieyn

butcher1 buitchoor: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom; (n.) feilleyder, buitchooragh; (v.) buitchooraghey, marroo, traartyssey

carry away (v.) cur lesh ersooyl: to carry away silver and gold - dy chur lhiat ersooyl argid as airh Bible; ymmyrk ersooyl

cheque (n.) sheck: Refer cheque to drawer - Sheck y chur er ash hug yn tayrneyder. DF idiom

chin (n.) smeg, smeggin; smeggyl: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. JJK idiom

complaint (n.) accan: Lay a complaint - Accan y chur stiagh. DF idiom; plaiynt; doghan: What is her complaint ? - Cre'n doghan t'eck? JJK idiom

deck (n.) lout-eaghtyr, paggey; karraghey; lout: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom; laare: Deck a ship - Laare y chur er lhong. DF idiom

deficit (n.) baarney, laccalys: Cover the deficit - Yn laccalys y chur stiagh. DF idiom

demolish (v.) lhieggey; rassey; cur mow: The enemy had demolished his castle - Va'n noid er chur mow e chashtal. JJK idiom

description (n.) coontey: It baffles description - Cha nod oo chur coontey jeh. DF idiom; tuarastyl: The police have a good description of him - Ta tuarastyl vie jeh ec ny meoiryn shee. DF idiom

drawer kishteig hayrn; tayrnag: Drawer lined with paper - Tayrnag as brat phabyr aynjee. DF idiom; (n.) linneyder; tayrneyder: Refer cheque to drawer - Sheck y chur er ash hug yn tayrneyder. DF idiom

dust (v.) gamylt 'sy joan, glenney, joaney, poodyral; (n.) ooir, stoor, brinneen; joan: The rain has laid the dust - Ta'n fliaghey er chur sheese yn joan. JJK idiom

edgeways (adv.) er beeal, er foyr; er oirr: Place a board edgeways - Boayrd y chur er e oirr. DF idiom; lesh foyryn ry-cheilley

fence1 (n.) faal, scaa; kionneyder griu; cleigh: To fence in a field - Dy chur cleigh er magher. DF idiom; (v.) cur cleigh mysh, jannoo cliwederaght

furrowed (adj.) clashagh; creaghagh; craplit: Age has furrowed his face - Ta'n eash er chur craplagyn er yn eddin echey. DF idiom

game2 (n.) (food) feieys: They've sent us some game - T'ad er chur feieys dooin. JJK idiom

gauntlet (n.) doolane: Throw down the gauntlet - Doolane y chur da. DF idiom; lauean liauyr, lauean yiarn

general (n.) kionfenee: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom; general; cadjinys; (adj.) cadjin

get in (v.) faarney; cur stiagh: Get in the harvest - Yn fouyr y chur stiagh. DF idiom

harvest buinn; cleiy; cur stiagh: Get in the harvest - Yn fouyr y chur stiagh. DF idiom; fouyr: Harvest of the sea - Fouyr ny marrey. DF idiom; traa fouyir; troggal

hawk (v.) jannoo cadjerys, shawkeyragh; cur neese: To hawk up - Dy chur neese. DF idiom; shawk, stannair

heads (npl.) king: The dogs have put their heads in the pot - Ta ny moddee er chur nyn ging 'sy phott. DF idiom; (people) leeideilee, fir ching

helm stiurey: Starboard the helm - Yn stiurey y chur gys y yesh. DF idiom

history (n.) shennaghys: I am not finished with history - Cha nel mee er chur jerrey er shennaghys. JJK idiom; skeeal; skeealaght; skeealeydys

hoof (n.) crub, ingin, spaag, yngyn; (v.) cur braag da: Hoof out - Yn vraag y chur da. DF idiom

imprisonment (n.) carchyr; dooney; pryssoonaght: Serve a sentence of imprisonment - Deyrsnys pryssoonaght y chur stiagh. DF idiom; pryssoonys

lather (n.) barrag; kesh, kesh heeabin; (v.) keshal, sheeabinaghey; cur barrag er: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. JJK idiom

layer (n.) brat; breyder; fer y chur sheese; jastan; (v.) cur 'sy thalloo, jannoo jastan jeh

loan (v.) cur er eeasaght, eeasaghey; (n.) yeeasaght; eeasaght: Accommodate a person with a loan - Eeasaght y chur da peiagh ennagh. DF idiom

motion arraghey; gleashaght: Up and down motion - Gleashaght seose, sheese. DF idiom; lheiltys; obbraghey; obbraghey y chollane; speeinid; treealtys: To bring forward a motion - Dy chur treealtys roish. DF idiom

of lamb eayin: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom

orange (n.) orange; oranje: Have the kindness to get me an orange - Bee shiu cha dooie as dy chur oranje dou. JJK idiom; noirid; (adj.) oranje-vuigh; jiarg-bwee

paint (v.) cur daah er, daahghey, slaa daah, slaaghey, slaa; (n.) daah; (n.) peint: Paint a door green - Peint ghlass y chur er dorrys. DF idiom; paint

pilot (n.) leeideilagh purtey, pilot; stiureyder: Drop the pilot - Yn stiureyder y chur er cheer. DF idiom; (v.) stiurey

plug1 (n.) dhull; plug; stoppane: Plug a wound - Stoppane y chur ayns lhott. DF idiom; (v.) stoppal: Plug up a hole - Towl y stoppal seose. DF idiom

prayer (n.) ainrick: Morning Prayer - Yn Ainrick Vadran. DF idiom; gueeder; padjer: Address a prayer to God - Padjer y chur seose dys Jee. DF idiom; yeearree

prosecute (v.) cliaghtey, shual; cur yn leagh er: Prosecute an action - Cooish leigh y chur er oai. DF idiom

published currit magh: This book ought never to have been published - Cha lhisagh yn lioar shoh rieau er ve currit magh. JJK idiom; er ny chur magh; soilshit

put1 (v.) chur; cur-jee; cur: Put a few shavings on top - Cur paart dy lockerskeeagh er. JJK idiom; hug: Where did you put my letter? - C'raad hug shiu my lettyr? JJK idiom

rein (n.) cass-streeaney, raigh, yeeal streeaney; streean: To rein up a horse - Dy chur er cabbyl dy hassoo liorish yn streean. DF idiom; (v.) streeaney

risk (n.) cryggil; gaue: Underwrite a risk - Raanteenys y chur er gaue. DF idiom; (v.) cur ayns gaue

rouge (n.) jiarg: Rouge one's cheeks - Jiarg y chur ort. DF idiom; (v.) jiargaghey: Rouge one's cheeks - Dty lieckanyn y yiargaghey. DF idiom

secretary (n.) fer-screeuee; screeudeyr: I am putting you through to the secretary - Ta mee dy dty chur hug yn screeudeyr. DF idiom; scrudeyr: Acting as secretary - Jannoo obbyr y scrudeyr. DF idiom

sent currit gys; currit hug: Why haven't you sent him his books? - Cre'n oyr nagh vel shiu er chur huggey e lioaryn? JJK idiom

shoulder (v.) cur er y gheaylin, cur geaylin da; geayliney; (n.) slhingan; geaylin: I dislocated my shoulder - Chur mee my gheaylin ass olt. DF idiom; shlinganagh

skirt (v.) goll mygeayrt; lent, skyrt; rumbyl, rhumbyl: Let a piece into a skirt - Peesh y chur ayns rhumbyl. DF idiom

spoke (n.) doarnane; spake; loayr: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom

stand over (v.) cur ergooyl: Let the question stand over - Yn feysht y chur ergooyl. DF idiom

stare blakail; blakey: Vacant stare - Blakey follym. DF idiom; lane ny sooilley: Give a stare - Lane ny sooillyn y chur da. DF idiom; thoaganey

stock1 crouw; kiap; kiap lhuingys; kynney; pink; sheelrey; stang; stoyr: Stock a house with coal - Stoyr geayil y chur ayns thie. DF idiom; (v.) cur bun er, cur sthock er, sthockal

stress chennar; egin; preays; stroos; trimmid; (v.) cur stroos er; cur trimmid er: To lay stress on a word - Dy chur trimmid er fockle. DF idiom

turn on (v.) cur er; cur er roie: Turn on the water - Yn ushtey y chur er roie. DF idiom; cur bree da: Turn on the vision - Cur bree da'n chilley. DF idiom

unsinkable (adj.) do-vaih, do-vaiht, nagh vod ve currit fo ushtey, neuyantagh dy chur fo ushtey

valour (n.) erroort; treanid: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom

very bad feer olk: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom

warn (v.) cur raaue: I feel called upon to warn you - She my churrym er lhiam dy chur raaue dhyt. DF idiom; cur raaue da: Warn him against it - Cur raaue da mychione echey. DF idiom; raaueghey

workman (n.) fer obbree; obbree: Take on a workman - Obbree y chur staartey da. DF idiom

aal (f.) nest, sitting of eggs: Aal y chur fo kiark. DF; litter; (of animals) young: Yn shynnagh as e aal. DF; pl. aalyn See aall fork

annoonidyn weaknesses: Son t'eh cur orrin gyn tastey chur da nyn annoonidyn as foilçhyn hene, myr shen nagh vodmayd ve arryssagh er nyn son. CS

ardan COMPARE ardane :1 platform, stage, stand: Cloie y chur er yn ardan. DF

ard-ooasle majestic, excellent: Dooyrt yn Ree, "Va shen jeant dy ard-ooasle, as shen cha beign's er chur dhyt; veign's er smooinaghtyn dy row mee seyr dy feeaghyn dy derrin lhong dhyt. Coraa

ard-phleadeyr orator: hie Ananias yn ard-saggyrt sheese marish y chanstyr, as ard-phleadeyr dy row enmyssit Tertullus, dy chur stiagh nyn blaiynt gys y chiannoort noi Paul. Bible

arraghey-chengey language shift: ta Fishman screeu dy vel eh doillee agglagh dy chur ergooyl arraghey-chengey. Carn

Baarle Vrisht (f.) (language) Anglo-Manx; pidgin: Haink kuse dy Injinyn ayns corragh dy chur raaue daue ayns glare-laue as Baarle vrisht dy row tuittym-ushtey-mooar rhymboo Dhoor

baatey gunn gunboat: Dy neu-arryltagh, deaisht ny Goaldee rish ny Manninee as chur ad baatey-gunn dy reayll ny Manninee nyn dost. Carn

bac 1 balk, disability, disqualification, drawback, handicap, moratorium, objection, obstacle, pull back, snag, trap; 2 stay a: Bac y chur er briwnys. DF

bardaght (f.) poetry, rhyming: Te cur taitnys mooar dooin dy chur magh ayns clou bardaght as skeeal 'sy Ghailck liorish Manninagh ayns Canada! Coraa

biall obedient: O ven, cre sheeagh y treisht v'ou 'ss as mish ayn, dy beagh y seihll mooar coamrit lesh nyn gloan dy hirveish Jee as dy chur biall da trooid ny sheelogheyn ain bio son dy bra? PC

Binsh Aghinyn Stiurey Failley Control of Employment Appeals Tribunal: Ta Binsh Aghinyn Stiurey Failley er nyiooldey aghin y Rheynn dy chur kied-obbyr da Elliott Crosier, yn offishear-rheynn shinsharagh BS

bonnadyn bonnets: chiangle eh cryssyn moo, as chur eh bonnadyn orroo, myr doardee yn Chiarn da Moses Bible

boodeeys kynneeagh ethnic community: shegin daue croghey er ny h-eieyn jeh 'shenn jarroo-enney ashoonagh' ny 'boodeeys kynneeagh' dy chur er reiltys yn RU dy ghra 'mynlught ashoonagh' rish ny Cornee. Carn

bree noa reinvigoration: Neeu eh dy phrowal bree noa y chur ayns chengey ta goll sheese? Carn

bun-argid capital, floating capital, principal: Yn chhiaghtin shoh cheet, bee shirveishee shirrey er Tinvaal kied y chur daue dy cheau bunnys queig millioon punt myr bun-argid. BS

caart (pl -yn) card, playing card; quart: Caart dy lhune vie. DF; cart: cha row saase erbee dy chur ersooyl cement agh er y raad yiarn ayns kishtey vooar queeylagh, as er ny choyrt lesh cabbyl as caart gys y stashoon. JG

caggey seihll world war: mannagh vel ee er chur Caggey Seihll Earroo Tree fo raad roish shen. Carn

caghlaa cummey metamorphose, metamorphosis, transfiguration, transfigure: As tra vees shiu trostey, ny bee-jee groymagh myr ny crauee-oalsey, son t'adsyn caghlaa cummey nyn eddin, er-chee deiney dy chur tastey da'n trostey oc. Bible

Catolee Catholics: Ta colught Harland as Wolff er chosney ard-ghoo lesh ny lhongyn t'ad er yannoo, as drogh-ghoo er y fa nagh vel cuirrey er ny chur da "Catolee" dy obbraghey daue. Carn

Celtiaghys Celticism: shegin dooin jannoo nyn gooid share dy chur Celtiaghys stiagh ayndaue. Carn

cheet harrish cite, re-enact, repeat, repetition: lhig da fer jeh ny deiney aegey cheet harrish dy chur lesh eh. Bible

chennid (f.) drive, narrowness, strain, tension, tightness; distress; siege: Tayrn uss ushtey son y chennid Bible; press: As tra nagh row saase erbee oc dy chur lhieu stiagh eh kyndagh rish chennid y phobble Bible; greediness; compactness

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This is a mirror of Phil Kelly's Manx vocabulary (Fockleyreen). It contains over 130,000 entries. This mirror was created 2 December 2014.

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