Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary


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er-dy-henney ago: Honnick mee earish-liooar Yernagh tammylt beg er-dy-henney. Carn; since, since then

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foddey er-dy-henney lang syne, long ago, long since: veagh ad er ghoaill arrys foddey er-dy-henney ayns aanrit-sack as leoie Bible

long ago (adj., adv.) foddey er-dy-henney

lang syne foddey er-dy-henney; (npl.) shenn laghyn

long since (adv.) foddey dy hraa, foddey er-dy-henney, foddey henney, rish foddey

ago (adj., adv.) er-ash; er-dy-henney: We were at your house a week ago to-morrow - Va shin ec y thie eu shiaghtin er dy henney mairagh. JJK idiom

aa- (pref.) re-: Aa-scruit ec Juan y Geill veih skeeal beg v'er n'insh 'sy Ghailck Vanninagh liorish shenn ven hooar baase shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney Coraa; ex-; retired, second

Americaanee Americans: Va claare ayn er y radio tammylt beg er-dy-henney mychione chaglym mooar jeh Americaanee dooie jeh'n chlein Navajo. Carn

bun-lught aborigines: Voish yn traa haink yn bun-lught Britaanagh voish Kernow, Nerin as Bretyn thousane ny bleeaney er-dy-henney derrey'n Irree Magh Frangagh Carn

ching (=Ir. tinn) 1 disordered, ill, nauseated, painful, sick, unwell: huitt mee ching three laa er-dy-henney Bible; 2 sore, ulcer a pl. chingyn

claare (=Ir. clár) (f.) 1 batten, board, stave; 2 bar counter; 3 charger, dish, platter a: hoie ee roish eeym ayns claare stoamey Bible; b pl. claareeyn; 4 playbill, programme, program: Va claare ayn er y radio tammylt beg er-dy-henney Carn; 5 (list) table

daghyr (dy) happened: Bee fys ec sleih er'n Ellan mychione yn chooish as foddee dy daghyr eh ny smoo ny mee er-dy-henney.

earrooaghyn multitudes: Cha row eh agh jeih bleeaney er-dy-henney tra scuirr ny earrooaghyn jeh ny loayrtee veih goll naardey. Carn

gorryman woad: ec y traa cheddin v'ad daahghey ad-hene lesh gorryman, as scuirr shin veih shen foddey er-dy-henney! Carn

gubb (f.) immature gull: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor

lane-yerkallagh optimist, optimistic: Va skeeal screeuit tammylt beg er-dy-henney liorish fer jeh ny loayrtee shinney ayns nyn lhing-hene ta smoo lane-yerkallagh as t'eh soilshaghey magh dooin nyn gurrymyn. Carn

maclioar (f.) copy, duplicate, imitation: d'eeassee Julian Edwards maclioar j'ee chionnee eh ayns Kernow tammylt beg er-dy-henney dou. Carn

ruillick (=Ir. reilig) (f.) burial ground, cemetery, graveyard, necropolis: e harvaant Thomas Wilson, hooar baase daa-cheead blein er-dy-henney ec Cooyrt yn Aspick, as v'er ny oanluckey 'sy ruillick shoh. Coraa; churchyard, kirkyard

shirragh y ree peregrine falcon: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor


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