Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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croink hills: lhig da ny croink clashtyn dty choraa Bible

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croink chasherick holy hills: Ta ny undinyn eck er ny croink chasherick: shynney lesh y Chiarn giattyn Sion ny share na ooilley cummallyn Yacob. Bible

croink veggey little hills: Ver ny sleityn myrgeddin lhieu shee: as ny croink veggey cairys da'n pobble. Bible

meereiltys anarchy: sleityn noi sleityn, croink noi croink t'er chloie as ooilley gys meereiltys eajee roie. PC

holy hills (npl.) croink chasherick: His foundation is upon the holy hills - Ta ny undinyn eck er ny croink chasherick Bible

little hills (npl.) croink veggey: and the little hills shall rejoice on every side - gow-ee ny croink veggey boggey er dagh cheu Bible

hills (npl.) crink, cruink, croink; knuick, knuickyn

I will lift troggym; trog-ym: I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills - Trog-ym seose my hooillyn gys ny croink Bible

aittin furze, gorse, ulex, whin: Ta'n Arragh ayn reesht leah frassyn as sumarkyn, Ny croink ooilley coamrit lesh aittin as freoaie. Coraa [SG. aiteann]

chyrmee-ym I will dry up: Ver-yms naardey sleityn as croink, as fiogh-ym nyn ghlassyraght: nee'm ellanyn ayns awinyn, as chyrmee-ym seose ny loghanyn. Bible

coodee 1 covering, upholster: Yn arg as e looghyn, marish stoyl y vyghin, as y curtan-coodee Bible; 2 shall cover: coodee oo yn thalloo myr bodjal Bible; 3 (impv) cover a: Coodee-jee shin, as rish ny croink, Tuitt-jee orrin. Bible

corragh (=Ir. corrach) 1 crazy, eccentric, erratic, fitful, hectic, infirm, irresolute, sensitive, skittish, uneasy, unequal; 2 (as career) chequered; 3 falling, unstable, unsteady, tottering, wobbly a: ren ooilley ny croink craa dy corragh Bible; 4 (of period) troubled; 5 (of mind) unbalanced; 6 (as temper) uneven; 7 jerry-built; 8 rocky place

crink (=Ir. cnoic) See croink, cruink hills: a mee smooinaghtyn dy bee ny share dooin nish fuirraghtyn derrey veesmayd fakin yn laa brishey harrish ny crink er y voghree GB

Cronk Beg pl. croink veggey Little Hill: shen-y-fa neem's cooinaghtyn orts mychione thalloo Yordan, as cronk beg Hermon. Bible

dy cruinn cocker, exactly: Myr ta ny croink soit dy cruinn mygeayrt Jerusalem Bible

dy myn small: nee'm oo y yannoo myr greïe noa gyere-feeacklagh, ry-hoi tasteraght: as nee oo tasteraght ny sleityn, as broo ad dy myn, as nee oo ny croink myr coau. Bible

fadaneyssyn follym-faase desolate wastes: Myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, rish ny sleityn, as rish ny croink, rish ny awinyn, as rish ny glionteenyn, rish ny fadaneyssyn follym-faase, as rish ny ard-valjyn treigit Bible

farraneyn fountains: cheer dy strooanyn ushtey, dy farraneyn, as diunidyn ta geill ass glionteenyn, as croink Bible; springs

kere (=Ir. ceir) (f.) cobbler's wax, comb, wax: Ren ny croink lheïe goll-rish kere ec fenish y Chiarn Bible

lheïm leap, skip: Ren ny sleityn lheïm myr reaghyn: as ny croink veggey myr eayin Bible

weighal weighed: as er weighal ny sleityn ayns meihaghyn, as ny croink ayns co-hrimmid Bible

I will dry up chyrmee-ym: I will dry up the pools - chyrmee-ym seose ny loghanyn Bible; fiogh-ym: I will make waste mountains and hills, and dry up all their herbs - Ver-yms naardey sleityn as croink, as fiogh-ym nyn ghlassyraght Bible


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