Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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eam 1 call, cry, shout a: Er-yn-oyr dy vel eam Sodom as Gomorrah atchimagh. Bible; 2 (of stag) bell; 3 (of cattle) low, moo


Inexact matches:

eam caggee war cry: t'eh soaral y chaggey veih foddey, taarnagh ny captanyn, as yn eam caggee. Bible

eam cooidjagh convene

eam fastyragh (evening call) retreat

eam kayt catcall

eam moyllee acclamation

eam neose call down

eam sheese call down

eam ushag bird call

er eam on call: Vraaraghyn, lhig dagh dooinney 'sy stayd v'eh ayn tra hie eh er eam, tannaghtyn ayn marish Jee. Bible

eam er ard shout out

eam er y theay proclamation

eam ny doghanee sick call

eam y chelgey view-halloo

yllagh as eam hue and cry, outcry: Sy teihll argidoil lurg soiaghyn ny h-atçhimeyryn, ren yn yllagh as eam eddyrashoonagh cur er lught yn argid prowal obbraghey ny smoo jeean dy chur sthap er argid goll gys atçhimeyryn. BS

call down (v.) eam neose; eam sheese

bell3 (of stag) eam

catcall (n.) eam kayt

hue and cry (n.) yllagh as eam: To raise a hue and cry against - Dy hroggal yllagh as eam ny yei. DF idiom

low2 (n.) (of cattle) eam

moo (n.) eam; (v.) eamaghey; geamaghey

on call (adj.) er eam

retreat4 (n.) (evening call) eam fastyragh

view-halloo (n.) eam y chelgey

acclamation (n.) coraa moyllee; eam moyllee

call1 cowree; eam: Call your companions - Eam er nyn sheshaghyn. JJK idiom; eamagh: I call you to witness - Ta mee g'eamagh erriu ooilley dy ymmyrkey feanish. JJK idiom; yllagh; yllee: Call me early - Yllee orrym dy-moghey. JJK idiom; eie, êie

call-sign (n.) eam-chowrey

convene (v.) co-chruinnaghey, eam cooidjagh, symney

crier (n.) eamagh, keayneyder; fer-eam

sick call eam ny doghanee

eam-chowrey call-sign

eam-moyllee cheer

fer-eam crier: ta mi kora fer aeym ayns yn aysyght, jeani jiragh rayd y Chiarn, mar duyrt yn phadeyr Esai. PB1610

bird call (n.) eam ushag, yllagh ushag

cheer1 gair; gien; horaa; (cry of approval) eam-moyllee

outcry (n.) gerrym; shillaa; yllagh as eam

proclamation (n.) eam er y theay, fockley magh

shout out (v.) eam er ard, yllee er ard

war cry (n.) gerr chah, eam caggee, gerrym caggee

armeyder armourer, herald, squire: Eisht ren yn armeyder fockley-magh eam dy ard Bible

dooinys stoppeth: Quoi-erbee dooinys e chleaysh noi eam yn ymmyrchagh Bible

main-oie midnight: As ec main-oie va eam er ny choyrt Bible

trooid magh throughout: Eisht hug ree Asa eam trooid magh ooilley Judah, Bible

companions (npl.) sheshee; co-heshaghyn; cumraagyn: Your companions are behind you - Ta ny cumraagyn eu nyn jei. JJK idiom; sheshaghyn: Call your companions - Eam er nyn sheshaghyn. JJK idiom

cry1 eam; eamagh; eamaghey; keayney: She had a good cry - Ren ee keayney dy trome. DF idiom; sheeb; yllagh: Raise a cry - Yllagh y lhiggey magh. DF idiom; eie; gyllaghey

herald (n.) armeyder: Then an herald cried aloud - Eisht ren yn armeyder fockley-magh eam dy ard Bible; chaghter, fogrey; kiaullaneyder; chaghter reeoil; (v.) fograghey

on the shore er y traie: Call of the curlews on the shore - Eam ny grottagyn er y traie. DF idiom

shout eam; eamagh, eamaghey, gyllaghey, yllaghey; eie; gerr; guillagh; yllagh: I heard a shout - Cheayll mee yllagh. DF idiom

ard-ainle archangel: Son hig y Chiarn neose veih niau lesh eam ard, lesh coraa yn ard-ainle

ec y vun-laa at noon: as lhig da yn eam caggee y chlashtyn 'sy voghrey, as yn yllaghey ec y vun-laa Bible

gyn caghlaa changeless, unchanged, unchanging, unvaried: Son ta giootyn graysoil as eam Yee gyn caghlaa. Bible

liargee going down: ec liargee Horonaim, ta ny noidyn er chlashtyn eam dy hoyrt-mow Bible

loayr ass y lieh intercede: Shen-y-fa ny jean uss aghin son y pobble shoh, chamoo trog seose eam ny padjer er nyn son, chamoo loayr ass y lieh oc hym's ; son cha der-ym clashtyn dhyt. Bible

tiark few, rare, scanty, scarce, short, sparse, sporadic: Son shimmey t'er nyn eam, agh s'tiark t'er nyn reih. Bible; (of money) tight

voishyn from him: Cha vel y choyrle shoh voishyn ta er nyn eam Bible

howling (v.) gullagh; gullal: and an howling from the second gate - as gullal veih yn nah yiat Bible; gullarnee; nullarnee; yllaghey: A voice of the cry of the shepherds, and an howling of the principal of the flock - Bee eam keayney ny bochillyn, as yllaghey leeideilee yn chioltane Bible

gialdynys (=Ir. gealtanas) 1 engagement, grant, hopefulness, sponsorship; 2 bond a: My nee dooinney jannoo breearrey gys y Chiarn, ny goaill loo, dy chiangley e annym lesh gialdynys Bible; 3 promise a: dy voddagh adsyn ter nyn eam geddyn yn gialdynys jeh eiraght dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; 4 promising a: dy hyndaa veih e ghrogh raad, liorish gialdynys Bible

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