Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary


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Gaaig Cleft

gaaig (f.) pl. gaaigyn chap, split in skin; cleft, crevice; scallop

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gaaig ingney (f.) sand crack

Gaaig y Loughan Cleft of the Lakelet

Cleft (n.) Gaaig

crevice (n.) gaaig, scaaney

sand crack (n.) gaaig ingney

split in skin (n.) gaaig

Cleft of the Lakelet (n.) Gaaig y Loughan

cleft1 barney, clash, gaaig, scolt; rheynnit; scaaney; scoltey; scoltit; skeilt

chap (n.) fer: Who is that chap? - Quoi'n fer shen? DF idiom; (n.) gaag, gaaig; (v.) gaagey, gaaigey

scallop (n.) camoge, craghan, scolb; roagan: The scallop closed itself - Ren y roagan dooney. DF idiom; (v.) giarrey ayns camogeyn, scolbey; gaaig


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