Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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last1 (v.) ceau, cummal rish; (adj.) jeianagh, jerrinagh; (comp./sup.) s'jerree; (n.) fer s'jerree; (n.) kiap greasee

last2 (n.) (of something) (the); (y) brimman


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at last (adv.) fy yerrey: He ran with all his might, and at last he overtook me - Roie eh lesh ooilley e niart, as fy-yerrey ver eh orrym. JJK idiom; fey-yerrey: But at the last Daniel came in before me - Agh fey-yerrey haink Daniel stiagh kiongoyrt rhym Bible

last error (n.) shaghryn er-jerrey

Last Judgement (n.) (The); (Yn) Vriwnys Yerrinagh

last night arroo y riyr, riyr

last post (n.) gerrym s'jerree

last stook (n.) sthook y vrimmin

last stretch (n.) spret

last Sunday (n.) Jedoonee chaie

Last Supper (n.) (The); (Yn) Shibber Jerrinagh

last week (yn) chiaghtyn s'jerree; (yn) chiaghtyn shoh chaie

last word (n.) fockle jerree

last year (n.) nurree

at long last (adv.) fy yerrey hoal

at the last ec y jerrey

first and last toshiaght as jerrey

last of all er-jerrey ooilley

last quarter of moon (n.) kerroo s'jerree ny heayst

brimman (y); (of something) (the) last

chiaghtyn s'jerree (yn) last week

gerrym s'jerree last post

Jedoonee chaie last Sunday

kiap greasee last

Shibber Jerrinagh (Yn); (The) Last Supper

last-ditcher (n.) fer slane kiarit

since er-dy, er dyn, er-dyn: I haven't seen our friend since last spring - Cha nel mee er n'akin yn carrey ain er dyn arragh s'jerree. JJK idiom; neayr, neayr's: It's a fortnight since I saw you last - She kegeesh neayr's honnick mee oo. JJK idiom

arroo y riyr last night

chiaghtyn shoh chaie (yn) last week

fer slane kiarit last-ditcher

fockle jerree peroration, last word

sthook y vrimmin last stook

kerroo s'jerree ny heayst last quarter of moon

Vriwnys Yerrinagh (f.) See briwnys (Yn); (The) Last Judgement

stook (n.) sthook: The last stook - Sthook y brimmin. DF idiom; (v.) sthookey

fer s'jerree last: Mish yn chied-er as y fer sjerree; booby

fey-yerrey at last: Agh fey-yerrey haink Daniel stiagh kiongoyrt rhym Bible; at length

riyr last night: loayr Jee dt'ayrey rhym's 'syn oie riyr Bible

arrive (v.) roshtyn: You nearly always arrive last - T'ou bunnys kinjagh roshtyn fy-yerrey. JJK idiom; roshys

dog (n.) coill, coo; moddey: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom; con; coyn

effort (n.) chaglym; eab: Have you seen his last effort? - Vel oo er n'akin yn eab s'jerree echey? DF idiom; eabbey: I made an effort - Ren mee geabbey. DF idiom

farthing (n.) farling: Until you have paid the last farthing - Derrey vees oo erreish yn farling sodjey magh y eeck. DF idiom

hare (n.) cleaysh liauyr; fer ny cleaysh mooar; loaghtyn beg; mwaagh: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom

have come er jeet: You have come at last - T'ou er-jeet fy-yerrey. DF idiom

I will slay marr-ym: I will slay the last of them with the sword - marr-ym yn sluight oc lesh y chliwe Bible; (emph.) marr-yms: I will slay Ishmael the son of Nethaniah - marr-yms Ishmael mac Nethaniah Bible

lifeboat (n.) baatey lhuingey, baatey sauchys; baatey sauaillagh: Port St Mary lifeboat was out last night - Va baatey sauaillagh Phurt le Moirrey mooie riyr. DF idiom

maybe (adv.) foddee: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom

mite (n.) farling: till thou hast paid the very last mite - derrey tou er neeck yn farling sjerree Bible; finneig; lieh-farling; meeyllag

native speaker (n.) loayreyder dooghyssagh: The last native speaker of Manx - Yn loayreyder dooghyssagh jerrinagh jeh'n Ghaelg. DF idiom; loayreyder dooie

nephew (n.) mac braarey: The priest whose nephew went to Ramsey last month - Yn saggyrt ta'n mac braarey echey hie gys Rhumsaa. DF idiom; mac shayrey; neear

Patrick (n.) Parick: I saw Big Patrick of the Howe last week - Honnick mee Parick Mooar yn Owe er y chiaghtin. DF idiom; Perick

ran (v.) roie: He ran with all his might, and at last he overtook me - Roie eh lesh ooilley e niart, as fy-yerrey ver eh orrym. JJK idiom

thirteen (n., adj.) tree-jeig: I was thirteen last week - Va mee tree-jeig shiaghtin chaie. JJK idiom; treeoo-jeig

cummal rish endure, hold on, last, standby: myr shen cha vel ad cummal rish agh son earish Bible

ec y jerrey aft, at length, at the last, finally: Gowee eh er dy ve e vac ec y jerrey Bible

er-jerrey ooilley last of all: Er-jerrey ooilley hooar y ven ee hene baase myrgeddin. Bible

fy yerrey (=Ir. faoi dheireadh) at last, at length, eventually, finally, in conclusion, lastly, ultimately: Haink eh lhiam fy yerrey. DF

fy yerrey hoal (=Ir. faoi dhireadh thall) at long last: Fy yerrey hoal, ta sleih dy liooar ayns Kiare as Feed Hostyn gra dy vel ad laccal feddyn magh y bun jeh cooish Colin Wallace. Carn

jeianagh last, late, recent, modern: V'eh soilshaghey dooin claare ren eh jeh purt-y-beeal er aght jeianagh. Carn; up-to-date

jerrinagh 1 absolute, belated, closing, concluding, conclusive, end, eventual, final, finalist, foregoing, hindmost, last, latter, rearmost, ultimate, up-to-the-minute, utmost a: ayns traa jerrinagh yn reeriaght oc Bible; 2 (of fruit) late

nurree (=Ir. anuraidh) last year: Nurree va shin ayns Keeill Airney, mleeaney ayns Galliu, as va shin jerkal rish caghlaaghlyn. Carn

s'jerree See stierree aftermost, end, latest, last, up-to-the-minute: Mish y chied er as y fer s'jerree Bible

spret kick, kick out, shove, start, struggle: Eisht spret guilley Manninagh, as y far-ennym echey, ' Ned y guilley keoie,' as d'eie eh magh ayns Gailck, er-creau as jiarg-corree, goaill toshiaght dy yannoo Coraa; last stretch

toshiaght as jerrey start and finish: Lhig dooin nish aggle y ghoaill roish y Chiarn nyn Yee, ta cur dooin fliaghey cooie ny imbaghyn, chammah toshiaght as jerrey ny bleeaney Bible; first and last; former and latter

at night 'syn oie: Last thing at night - Yn red jerrinagh 'syn oie. DF idiom; er oie: He who walks at night - Eshyn hoolys er oie. DF idiom; ec yn oie: and at night he shall divide the spoil - as ec yn oie, rheynnee eh yn spooilley Bible

drop bine: Until the drink was drunk down to the last drop - Derrey va'n jough iuit da'n vine s'jerree. DF idiom; shilley; brey; cliejeen; cooylley; cur stiagh; drig; drigey; drishlagh; faarney; jeeigane; jolt; leodaghey; lhiargagh; lhieggey, lhiggey neose; skyrraghtyn fockle; tuittym; strig

drunk meshtallagh; iuit, iut, iu't: Until the drink was drunk down to the last drop - Derrey va'n jough iuit da'n vine s'jerree. DF idiom; er meshtey: He was three parts drunk - V'eh daa hreen er meshtey. DF idiom; scooyrit: You are getting her drunk - T'ou cur urree dy gheddyn scooyrit. DF idiom

I should raise droggin: that which he hath given me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up again at the last day - ny hug eh dou nagh gaillin veg, agh dy droggin eh seose reesht ec y laa jerrinagh Bible

left er chlee, er hostal; kiare; (v.) daag: He left it there last night - Daag eh ayns shen riyr. DF idiom; hreig: He left his wife - Hreig eh e ven. DF idiom; toshtal: The left-hand house - Yn thie toshtal. DF idiom; faagit: It's the only avenue left - She'n un vollagh ta faagit. DF idiom

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

met veeit; (ny) whail: I met your brother at the back of the church - Haink mee ny whail dty vraar cooyl y cheeill. JJK idiom; (y) quail: The lady whom I met inquired after you - Yn ven-seyr haink mee ny quail, denee ee my dty chione. JJK idiom; (nyn) guail: It's quite an age since we met last - Cha nel shin er jeet nyn guail rish foddey. JJK idiom

Resurrection (n.) Irree Seose Reesht: And came out of the graves after his resurrection - As cheet ass ny oaiaghyn oc lurg yn irree-seose-reesht echey Bible; irree reesht: For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage - Son ec yn irree-reesht, cha vel ad poosey, ny er nyn goyrt ayns poosey Bible; irree seose: I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day - Ta fys aym dy nirree eh reesht ec yn irree-seosesy laa jerrinagh Bible

ceau (=Ir. caith, caitheamh) carry, consume, dart, fall, hang, last, loose, pass, rake, run out, upbraid, waste; weather, shower, rain; aim, launch, shy, shoot; cast, throw: Dy chooilley lhiannoo-mac hig son y theihll nee shiu ceau 'syn awin Bible; bear, wear: nee Aaron ceau yn breast-plate dy vriwnys erskyn e chree Bible; hurl: Agh my teh tuittym er trooid goanlys, ny ceau red erbee er, liorish lhie cooyl-chlea Bible; yield: Lhig dan thalloo gymmyrkey faiyr, yn losserey ceau rass Bible; lay out, spend, spending; (on road) corner; raining: Agh te dorraghey nish, as te ceau trome foast. Coraa

shaghryn er-jerrey last error: naggy derre yn tress la, er agyl y austylyn y hiit as eshyin y gedg er shiul, as ra rish y phobyl, te ern' irri vei ny meriu, as bii yn shaghran arjere nasmassey na yn tossiagh. PB1610

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