Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary


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enn See enney acquaintance, knowledge, recognition: s'coan ver oo enn orroo ayns ny straïdyn Bible

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cur enn er pick out: Oddins cur enn er yn vrack shen veih dagh ooilley vrack va rieau goit ayns poyll jeh strooan Coraa; recognise, recognize

cur faaishnys-enn er diagnose

diagnose (v.) cur faaishnys-enn er

diagnosis (n.) faaishnys-enn

faaishnys-enn diagnosis

pick out (v.) cur enn er; spulgey

recognize (v.) cur enn er, cur enney er

acquaintance (n.) ainjys: I've made the acquaintance of the most amiable man alive - Ta mee er n'yannoo ainjys rish yn dooinney s'graihoiley bio. JJK idiom; ainjyssagh; enn; enney

recognise (v.) cur enn er: I didn't recognise him - Cha dug mee enney er. DF idiom

recognition (n.) goaill rish, enn; enney: A sign of recognition - Cowrey enney. DF idiom; aa-akin

Manninaghys Manxism, Manxness: Foddym credjal nagh bee monney Manninaghys ayn, my ta! Y sleih ta reill harrish Sostyn nish surrys enn nagh vel graih oc er yn ynsaght. Carn

shenn naim great-uncle: ta enn ec Jimmy Kelso er ny shenn deiney t'ayn jiu as adsyn coayl shenn naunt ny shenn naim sy schoill shen. GB

shenn naunt (f.) great-aunt: ta enn ec Jimmy Kelso er ny shenn deiney t'ayn jiu as adsyn coayl shenn naunt ny shenn naim sy schoill shen. GB

slanjeant ideal: Cha row oalys as enn slanjeant echey er y Ghailg as, er y fa shen, chroym eh keeayll y Ghailg e vree hene y chooilleeney. Coraa

knowledge (n.) enn, enney, oayllys, ynsagh; fys: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; fyssyree; tushtey: And he hath filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in knowledge - As teh er lhieeney eh lesh spyrryd Yee, ayns creenaght, ayns tushtey Bible; tushtagh

send (v.) cur: I send some every Friday - Ta mee cur paart dagh Jyheiney. JJK idiom; cur gys; cur hug: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red enn JJK idiom; cur fys; hug

aalin (=Ir. álainn) beautiful, fair, handsome, splendid: Dy vaik mec Yee inneenyn gheiney dy row ad aalin. Bible; pretty; lovely; comely: Va enn eu er Paquette, inney-veyl waagh y ven- çhiarn onneragh ain: ayns ny roihaghyn ecksh vlasht mee er eunyssyn pargys, ren cur orrym yn torçhagh iurinagh ta shiu fakin mee goll er gee CnyO; goodly; well favoured [OIr. álaind]


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