Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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grainnaghey carve, carving, chase, engrave, grave, graving, incise, inlay, inscribe, sculpture, tool: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible


Inexact matches:

birran grainnaghey engraving needle

grainnaghey aashag er emboss, embossing

grainnaghey plait cobbyr copperplate engraving

emboss (v.) grainnaghey aashag er

embossing (v.) grainnaghey aashag er

engraving needle (n.) birran grainnaghey

inlay (v.) grainnaghey; grainney

inscribe (v.) grainnaghey, grainney, screeu

copperplate engraving (n.) grainnaghey plait cobbyr

engrave (v.) grainnaghey; grainney; grannaghey; graue

carving giarrey foalley; grainnaghey; grainney; jalloo

graving grainnaghey, obbyr grainnit; grainnee; obbyr ghrainnit

incise (v.) cur giarrey ayn, giarrey, grainnaghey, grainney

sculpture grainnaghey, grainney, jallooderys, jallooghey, jannoo jalloo; jalloo

tool bwoid; grainnaghey; greie, greih; guilley; yiarn

carve (v.) giarrey, grainnaghey, grainney, graue; giar: Carve the meat - Giar yn eill. JJK idiom

obbyr grainnit (f.) graving: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible

plaityn plates: Son er plaityn ny rimmaghyn, as er ny boarderyn ren eh grainnaghey cherubim, lionyn as biljyn-palm Bible

poseeyn posies: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible

poseeyn ayns blaa open flowers: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa Bible

chase cloh, cloghey: If you chase two hares you will catch neither - My chloys oo daa waagh cha dayr oo unnane jeu. JJK idiom; cur sthoo da; eiyrt er; grainnaghey; magher; shelg: They are coming from the chase - T'ad cheet veih'n chelg. DF idiom; sthoo; thalloo shelg

grave (adj.) fastagh, feeudagh, trome, trome-chooishagh, fudagh; (v.) grainnaghey, graue; (n.) oaie: To be in one's grave - Dy ve 'syn oaie. DF idiom; oaye: It will be time to dig my grave - Bee eh traa dy chleiy yn oaye aym. DF idiom

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