Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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felt cur pelt er; felt; pelt; pollan; poylley

felt felt


Inexact matches:

felt hat (n.) edd bolg

roofing felt (n.) felt jeen

felt jeen roofing felt

cur pelt er felt

edd bolg felt hat

pelt felt

poylley felt

awkward1 (adj.) mertragh; neuaashagh: I felt awkward - Va mee neuaashagh. DF idiom; neulauee, staagagh, staghylagh, turlogh

plenty palchey: He has plenty of drive - Ta palchey greesaghey ayn. DF idiom; palchid; palchys; ram; soogh: Plenty never felt for want - Cha dennee rieau yn soogh y shang. JJK idiom

urge brasnaghey; brasnee; coyrlaghey; coyrlee; egin: I felt the urge - Haink yn egin orrym. DF idiom; eignaghey; geginaghey; greinn; greinnaghey; greinnee; mien; yeearree

fuyghagh ligneous, wooden, woody: Va coyrdyn arpeggio ec ny sittyryn-claasagh Aeoleeanagh, lesh far-chlaasagh laue as boayrd-laue fuyghagh oc lesh lhiettalee felt ry-hoi mooghey sheean ny strengyn neu-chooie. Dhoor

pollan (f.) (pl -yn) felt; pack saddle, saddle cloth: Eshyn nagh vel mie rish e gharran shegin da pollan y cheau. DF; (of person) dud, thick-skinned: She pollan dy ghooinney eh. DF

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