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language (n.) chengey: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; glare: The Manx language - Yn ghlare Vanninagh. DF idiom

Inexact matches:

agglutinative language (n.) çhengey ghleiynagh

analytic language (n.) çhengey scarreydagh

authoring language (n.) glare-screeuee

bad language (n.) caaynt gharroo, drogh chaaynt, glare-vroghe

barrackroom language (n.) glare gharroo; glare hidooragh

English language (n.) (the); (yn) Vaarle

fluent language (n.) glare flaaoil

French language (n.) (The); (Yn) Rangish

fusional language (n.) çhengey co-lheieagh

inappropriate language (n.) chengey neuchooie

Irish language (n.) Yernish: Does he speak Irish? - Vel eh loayrt Yernish? JJK idiom

isolating language (n.) çhengey scarreydagh

language acquisition cosney stiagh glare

language laboratory (m.) chengeylan

language shift arraghey-chengey

language universal co-hro ghlare

literary language (n.) chengey ard ynsee, lioar-ghlare

Manx language (n.) (the); (yn) ghlare Vanninagh

minority language (n.) myn-chengey

native language (n.) chengey ny mayrey

non-territorial language (n.) chengey neu-hallooinagh

official language (n.) chengey oikoil

primitive language (n.) bun-ghlare

provoking language (n.) glare vrasnee, goan brasnee

Romance Language (n.) skeeal reejeragh

rough language (n.) glare gharroo

Scottish language (n.) Albinish

sign language (n.) glare chowree

spoken language (n.) caaynt, chengey vio

strong language (n.) caaynt lajer

synthetic language (n.) çhengey cho-haahagh

tonal language (n.) çhengey hoanagh

English language test (n.) prowal Baarlagh

language of the country (n.) chengey ny cheerey

philosophy of language (n.) fallsoonys glare

reversing language shift (v.) imman ergooyl arraghey-chengey

çhengey scarreydagh analytic language, isolating language

glare gharroo (f.) barrackroom language, rough language

bun-ghlare primitive language

caaynt gharroo (f.) bad language

caaynt lajer (f.) strong language

çhengey cho-haahagh synthetic language

çhengey co-lheieagh fusional language

çhengey ghleiynagh agglutinative language

çhengey hoanagh (f.) tonal language

chengeylan (f.) language laboratory

chengey neuchooie (f.) inappropriate language

chengey neu-hallooinagh (f.) non-territorial language

chengey oikoil (f.) official language

co-hro ghlare language universal

glare chowree (f.) sign language

glare flaaoil (f.) fluent language

glare hidooragh (f.) barrackroom language

glare-screeuee (f.) authoring language

glare vrasnee (f.) provoking language

glare-vroghe (f.) bad language

lioar-ghlare (f.) literary language

skeeal reejeragh Romance Language

chengey ard ynsee (f.) literary language

cosney stiagh glare language acquisition

fallsoonys glare philosophy of language

prowal Baarlagh English language test

goan brasnee provocative words, provoking language

imman ergooyl arraghey-chengey reversing language shift

drogh chaaynt bad language, smut, swearing: V'eh loayrt drogh chaaynt. DF

Yernish (f.) Irish language: Ta'n fockle Gaelgagh shoh cheet magh ass y Yernish. DF

imagine (v.) sheiltyn, shein; smooinys; smooinaghtyn: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; smooinee

useful (adj.) lauee: He is useful with a paintbrush - T'eh lauee lesh skeaban peint. DF idiom; ymmydoil: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; ymmydagh; shirveishagh; femoil; vondeishagh; saasagh

Albinish (f.) Scottish language: Y red mooar bentyn rish ny bleeantyn kiare feed as Albinish, ta shen dy vel obbyr ry gheddyn nish son paart dy 'leih as Albinish oc. Carn

arraghey-chengey language shift: ta Fishman screeu dy vel eh doillee agglagh dy chur ergooyl arraghey-chengey. Carn

caaynt (f.) spoken language, spoken word, talk: She Bretnish yn ghlare chadjin ta goll er loayrt sy halley shoh as s'ooraghey t'eh dy chlashtyn caaynt elley ayns ynnyd Baarle. GB

chengey (=Ir., Sc.G. teanga) (f.) pl. chengaghyn 1 bell-clapper, clasp, feather, strap-hinge; 2 (of buckle) catch; 3 tongue a: nee'n chengey oc shirgaghey ayns nyn meeal Bible; 4 language, speech: ta chengey veeley brishey eer craueyn Bible; 5 utterance [O.Ir. tengae]

chengey ny cheerey (f.) language of the country, vulgar tongue: Lhisagh eh ve ny sassey da ny Manninee nyn bossan dy loayreyderyn y vooadaghey er y fa dy vel foast cooinaghtyn er mayrn jeh'n Ghaelg myr chengey ny cheerey. Carn

chengey ny mayrey (f.) mother tongue, native language: As kys dy vel shin clashtyn dy chooilley ghooinney loayrt ayns chengey ny mayrey ain hene? Bible

chengey vio (f.) spoken language: My ta shiu loayrt Gaelg myr chengey vio, cha mie lhieu eh. Carn

ghlare Vanninagh (f.) (yn); (the) Manx language: hug e boggey dooin ooilley tra loayr eh dooin 'sy chenn ghlare Vanninagh. Coraa

glare (f.) pl. glaraghyn language, lingo, parlance, speech, utterance, voice: ghow ad tastey jeh glare y dooinney aeg Bible

myn-chengey (f.) minority language: Myn-chengey elley nagh vel shin clashtyn monney mychione, shen Freeshlannish. Carn

Rangish (Yn) French language: Dooyrt fer-ynsee yn Rangish dy vel cummaghyn ny vreearyn cosoylley roosyn ayns Bretnish as myrgeddin ta enmyn firrynagh as bwoirrinagh ayns nyn yees jeu. Carn

Vaarle See Baarle (yn); (the) English language: Agh son y chooid smoo, ta shin gynsaghey y Ghaelg trooid y Vaarle, ass fockleyryn as lioaryn elley. Carn

easy1 (adj., adv.) bog, dy aashagh, sasdagh; aashagh: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; soccoil: Easy life - Bea soccoil. DF idiom; (pref.) so-: That's easy done - Ta shen so-yannoo DF idiom

learn (v.) ynsaghey; ynsagh: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; ynsee: Learn it by heart - Ynsee eh liorish cree. JJK idiom


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