Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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false (adj.) breagagh, neuirrinagh; dy oalsaght; foalsey: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour - Cha der oo feanish foalsey noi dty naboo. DF idiom; (pref.) far-

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false alarm (n.) fogrym foalsey

false assertion (n.) neufirrinys

false divination (n.) faishnys foalsey

false imprisonment (n.) pryssoonys aggairagh

false sleeves (npl.) muinneelyn scart

false tooth (n.) feeackle foalsey

false window (n.) far-uinnag

Christs (npl.) Creestyn: For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets - Son nee Creestyn foalsey, as phadeyryn foalsey girree Bible

feeackle foalsey (f.) false tooth

fogrym foalsey false alarm

muinneelyn scart (f.) false sleeves

pryssoonys aggairagh false imprisonment

accusers (npl.) cassidee; plaiyntee: Against whom when the accusers stood up - Noi tra va e phlaiyntee er hassoo seose Bible; casseyderyn: Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers - Fegooish graih dooghyssagh, brishey conaantyn, casseyderyn foalsey Bible; scammyltee: that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers - dy bee ad dy ymmyrkey-bea crauee, cha nee scammyltee Bible

far-uinnag (f.) alcove, ambry, bole, false window, recess

sleeves (npl.) muinneelyn: False sleeves - Muinneelyn scart. DF idiom

spread cur mygeayrt, skeayl, skeayll; lheaney; lheead; scarrey; sheeyney; skeaylley; slaa; skeaylit; skeayley: Who has spread this false report? - Quoi t'er skeayley yn fou foalsey shoh? JJK idiom

this (pron) ee shoh; eh shoh; shoh: This report is false - Ta'n fou shoh foalsey. JJK idiom

dy oalsaght false: My ta dooinney gimmeeaght ayns spyrryd dy oalsaght, cur rish breagyn, gra, Nee'm phadeyrys dhyt mychione feeyn as jough lajer Bible

faishnys foalsey false divination: As bee eh dauesyn myr faishnys foalsey ayns nyn shilley, dauesyn ter loo breearraghyn Bible

far- (pref.) 1 fake, false, mock, pseudo, pseudo- a: bee far-chlashtyn ayns nyn gleayshyn Bible; 2 super-, super; 3 fresh

foalsey (=Ir. falsa) affected, bogus, counterfeit, dud, dummy, ersatz, fallacious, false, feigned, forged, hypocritical, perfidious, pinchbeck, sham, spurious, suppositious, tinsel, two-faced, unlawful, perverse, unfaithful, untrue, wicked: t'ad fockley magh diu ashlish foalsey Bible; (of victory) hollow; (as note) wrong; wily; deceitfully

neufirrinys (f.) false assertion, untruth, untruthfulness: ta dwoaie aym er ny peccaghyn dy neu-firrinys: Bible

neuirrinagh false: gial gy vod dy ghill freelit goni vei austylyn niau irrinagh ve ordiit as liidjit liorish boghilyn firrinagh, as kredjuoil, tryid Iesy Khrist nan jiarn . PB1610

report cur coontey jeh; (to); (dy) gholl kionefenish; feeam; fou: This report is false - Ta'n fou shoh foalsey. JJK idiom; frap; imraa: Meteorological report - Imraa ny hemshyr. DF idiom; insh; insh skeeal er; polt; raah; rooit; sheean; skeeal; tharmane; tuarastyl: Annual report - Tuarastyl vleinoil. DF idiom

breagagh bogus, delusive, extravagant, feigned, fictitious, illusive, imitation, mendacious, mock, pinchbeck, spurious, untrue, untruthful; lying: Ta'n cliwe er ny fir-faishnee breagagh Bible; false: Cha jean oo troggal, ny cur mygeayrt, goo breagagh Bible; (v.) lie: ta shin breagagh, as cha vel shin gra yn irriney Bible


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