Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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few beggan; beg; dy jiark; kuse veg: There will be a few - Bee kuse veg ayn. JJK idiom; tiark; regyryn, reggyryn; reyggyryn; reygyryn; stiark; veggan


Inexact matches:

few days gerrid ny laghyn shoh

few more beggan elley; tooilley

privileged few (npl.) beggan as ard chied oc, beggan as foayr oc

scattered few rink; roank

of few days giare-heiltagh

these few days gerrid ny laghyn shoh

gerrid ny laghyn shoh these few days, few days

rink component; scattered few; rink

beggan as ard chied oc privileged few

beggan as foayr oc privileged few

beggan elley few more, little more

dy jiark few: Er lhiam dy jiark ta smooinaghtyn er. DF

kuse veg (f.) few, little: Hooill eh son kuse veg d'airh. DF; little more

reggyryn few: dy dug eh e laueyn er reggyryn dy leih chingey Bible

regyryn few: Ta regyryn dy enmyn ayd ayns Sardis hene Bible

roank scattered few: Ta roank dy hieyn ayns shoh as ayns shen. DF

basket (n.) bascad, bascaid, baskad; bastag: There are extremely few apples in the basket - Ta feer veggan dy hooylyn 'sy vastag. JJK idiom; basket

defended fendit: They defended themselves well, but what could a few boats' crews do? - B'end ad ad hene dy-mie, agh cre yarg kuse veg dy skimmeeyn baatey y yannoo? JJK idiom

extremely (adv.) feer: There are extremely few apples in the basket - Ta feer veggan dy hooylyn 'sy vastag. JJK idiom

fortunate (adj.) aighoil: Fortunate few - Beggan beg aighoil. DF idiom; fortanagh; sonney; traaoil; sonnyssagh

ones (npl.) feallagh: Give me a few halfpenny ones - Cur dou ghaa ny tree feallagh lhieng. JJK idiom

postage-stamps (npl.) cowraghyn-post.: Lend me a few postage-stamps - Eeasee dou kuse veg dy chowraghyn-post. JJK idiom

put1 (v.) chur; cur-jee; cur: Put a few shavings on top - Cur paart dy lockerskeeagh er. JJK idiom; hug: Where did you put my letter? - C'raad hug shiu my lettyr? JJK idiom

twopence (n.) daa phing: Give us a few twopence halfpenny ones - Cur dooin ghaa ny tree feallagh daa phing lhieng. JJK idiom

beg (=Ir. beag) dwarf, few, miniature, minor, model, narrow, poky, quiet, short, slight, small, unsubstantial: ren ee beg y hoiagh jee'm Bible [O.Ir. bec]

beggan (=Ir. beagán) few, little: bee shiu faagit beggan ayns earroo Bible; faintly, partly, slightly, somewhat; small piece; too little; meagre [O.Ir. bec]

giare-heiltagh ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, of few days, short-lived: t'eh giare-heihltagh, as lane dy hreihys. Bible

reyggyryn certain, few: hoig reyggyryn treih yn chioltane, ren farkiaght orrym, dy nee goo yn Chiarn ve. Bible

reygyryn certain, few: quoi marish t'ou er n'aagail ny reygyryn shen dy chirree ayns yn aasagh? Bible

stiark few: Ga stiark ta sooillyn fakin dty lheid ayns aght y cheddin! Coraa

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

tooilley (=Ir. tuilleadh) addition, additional, continuation, few more, more, supplement, supplementary: vel tooilley mec dy ve foast er my ymmyrkey? Bible

veggan See beggan little, few: vouesyn ta mooarane oc, nee shiu mooarrane y ghoaill; agh vouesyn tan veggan oc, cha jean shiu agh beggan y ghoaill Bible

for (prep.) chum: Spit for roasting meat - Bher chum rostey feill. DF idiom; gour, kyndagh; cour: To lay something by for a rainy day - Cur red ennagh ersooyl cour laa fliaghee. JJK idiom; da: I fetch and carry for him - Ta mee jannoo chyrryssyn da. DF idiom; dys; er: He was called for - V'eh eieit er. DF idiom; er son: For keeps - Er son dy bragh. DF idiom; lesh: He made a bee-line for the table - Hie eh dy jeeragh lesh y voayrd. DF idiom; rish: For the past few days - Rish ny laghyn jerrinagh shoh. DF idiom; ry-hoi; son: For ever and ever - Son dy bragh as dy bragh. DF idiom

people (n.) ashoon; feallagh; feallee; kynney; mooinjer; pobble; sleih: I'm sure few people can have slept - Ta mee shickyr nagh vod monney sleih er chadley. JJK idiom; ashoonee; (v.) cur cummaltee ayn, cur sleih ayn; persoonyn: This bed has been slept in by many notable people - Ta ymmodee persoonyn ardghooagh chadley 'sy lhiabbee shoh. JJK idiom

tarry fuirraghtyn, fuirriaght: because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry - er-yn-oyr as row ad eiyrit magh ass Egypt ayns siyr, as cha row tra oc son fuirraghtyn Bible; tannaghtyn; terragh; fuirree: And tarry with him a few days - As fuirree mârish son earish yiare Bible; farkiaght; farkiagh: Would ye tarry for them till they were grown? - Jinnagh shiu farkiagh er nyn son derrey harragh ad gys eash? Bible

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