Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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legs (npl.) lurgaghyn: His legs sank under him - Lhoob ny lurgaghyn echey fosyn. DF idiom

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bow legs (npl.) cassyn cammey; lurgaghyn cammey

sea legs (n.) cassyn marrey

warm the legs (v.) (at fire) jean brabbag, jannoo brabbag

cassyn cammey (f.) bow legs

cassyn marrey (f.) sea legs

lurgaghyn cammey bow legs

jannoo brabbag warm the legs

jean brabbag warm the legs

lurgaghyn legs: Cha vel lurgaghyn y chroobagh corrym Bible

armoured (adj.) armit, eillit, eïllit, plaaitit; boadrymit: He has armoured legs - Ta ny lurgaghyn echey boadrymit. DF idiom

stood hass: He stood on his hind legs - Hass eh er e chassyn jerree. DF idiom; (ny) hassoo: A man stood in the doorway - Va dooinney ny hassoo 'sy dorrys. DF idiom


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