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mac (=Ir. mac) pl. mec son: Ta fys ain dy nee shoh yn mac ain Bible [O.Ir. mac]


Inexact matches:

lhiannoo mac male child, man-child: Ta lhiannoo mac er ny ruggey dhyt; cur-volley da. Bible

Mac Alister Callister

Mac Alistrin Collister

mac ammyssagh dutiful son

Mac Auley Cowley

mac bashtee godson

Mac Bhruidin Cregeen

mac braarey nephew

Mac Cheallaigh Kelly

Mac Corkane Corkan

Mac Cuirc Quirk: Leisli Mac Cuirc, Duglas Mac Fharagher, Brian Stowell, as Bernard Caine. Carn

mac dooinney man's son: Shegin da'n Mac dooinney v'er ny livrey gys laueyn deiney peccoil, as ve er ny chrossey, as girree reesht er y trass laa. Bible

Mac Dubhghall Coole

mac eeasteyragh son of a fisherman

Mac Eoin Johnson

Mac Fhearachair Fargher

Mac Fheorais Corris

Mac Ghavy Davidson

mac greiney planet

Mac Homysh Comish

Mac Hugen Quiggin

mac 'ic son of

Mac Illiam Quilliam

mac imshee devil, hell-hound, son of perdition

Mac Kenniagh Kennaugh

Mac Lukysh Clucas

Mac masoonagh Lewis

mac meechoyrle scapegrace

mac mollaght cuss, devil, hell-hound; (of person) viper

Mac Murchaidh Curphey

Mac Neacail Cringle

Mac Niallan Crellin

mac oainjer whoreson

mac oainjeragh whoreson

Mac Ottar Cottier

Mac Phaayl Quayle

Mac Phadeen Cojeen

Mac Robyn Crebbin

mac saa cadet

mac saar czarevitch

mac shayrey nephew

mac sporran treasurer

mac streebee whoreson

mac stroialtagh prodigal son

Mac Taarnee Boanerges

Mac Thorkell Corkill

Mac Thorljotr Corlett

Mac Thorsteinn Corteen

Mac Varkysh Corkish

Mac Walteragh Qualtrough

mac y son of

oe mac (=Ir. ó mac) grandson

son mac-soyley as a comparison, for instance, in comparison

Mac Queeney's Farm (n.) Balley Queeney

Balley Mac Skaly Skaly's Farm

Close Mac y Teare McTeare's Close

mac braar ayrey first cousin

mac braar mayrey first cousin

mac braar shaner second cousin

mac braar warree second cousin

Mac Con Chradha Crowe

Mac 'Ill Voirrey Gilmour

mac ny braih malt whisky

mac ny hooirey son of the soil

mac vic shayrey great-nephew

mac vic vraarey great-nephew

Mac y Ghaauin Smith

Mac yn Phreer Creer

Mac yn Tsar Tsarevitch

mac yn ushtey (of person) weed

Mac y Vretnee Cretney

whoreson (n.) mac oainjer, mac oainjeragh, mac streebee

great-nephew (n.) mac vic shayrey; mac vic vraarey

hell-hound (n.) mac imshee, mac mollaght

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

second cousin (n.) mac braar shaner, mac braar warree

son of mac 'ic; mac y

first cousin (n.) mac braar ayrey, mac braar mayrey, 'neen vraar ayrey, 'neen vraar mayrey

Quayle (n.) Mac Phaayl: Balance due to us from Mr Quayle - Corrillagh t'ain er Mnr Mac y Phaayl. DF idiom

ard-chleragh (=Ir. airdchlier; lat. arduus and clericus) (adj.) hierarchic, hierarchical; (n.) principal clerk, recorder: As va Joab mac Zeruiah harrish y sheshaght-caggee; Jehoshaphat mac Ahilud ard-chleragh ny lioaryn

arraneyder pl. arraneyderyn singer, vocalist, warbler: Hemman yn arraneyder mac Joel, mac Shemuel Bible

Boanerges (n.) Mac Taarnee

Callister (n.) Mac Alister

Clucas (n.) Clugaaigh, Mac Lukysh

Cojeen (n.) Mac Phadeen

Collister (n.) Mac Alistrin

Comish (n.) Mac Homysh

Coole (n.) Mac Dubhghall

Corkan (n.) Mac Corkane

Corkill (n.) Mac Thorkell

Corkish (n.) Mac Varkysh

Corlett (n.) Mac Thorljotr

Corris (n.) Mac Fheorais

Corteen (n.) Mac Thorsteinn

Cottier (n.) Mac Ottar

Cowley (n.) Mac Auley

Crebbin (n.) Mac Robyn

Creer (n.) Mac yn Phreer

Cregeen (n.) Mac Bhruidin

Crellin (n.) Mac Niallan

Cretney (n.) Mac y Vretnee

Cringle (n.) Mac Neacail, Cringal

Crowe (n.) Mac Con Chradha

Curphey (n.) Mac Murchaidh

cuss mac mollaght; mollaght

czarevitch (n.) mac saar

Davidson (n.) Mac Ghavy

devil (v.) greddey lesh spiosyn; (n.) iurinagh, mac imshee, mac mollaght; jouyl: The devil is in it - Ta laue y jouyl ayn. DF idiom

dutiful son (n.) mac ammyssagh

Gilmour (n.) Mac 'Ill Voirrey

godson (n.) mac bashtee

grandson (n.) oe, oe mac

Johnson (n.) Kewin, Mac Eoin

Kelly (n.) Mac Cheallaigh

Kennaugh (n.) Mac Kenniagh

Lewis1 (n.) Mac masoonagh

male child (n.) lhiannoo mac

man-child (n.) lhiannoo mac

man's son (n.) mac dooinney

prodigal son (n.) mac stroialtagh

Qualtrough (n.) Mac Walteragh

Quiggin (n.) Mac Hugen

Quilliam (n.) Mac Illiam

Quirk (n.) Mac Cuirc

scapegrace (n.) mac meechoyrle

Smith (n.) Mac y Ghaauin

son (n.) mac: I didn't think your son was so tall - Cha ren mee smooinaghtyn dy row nyn mac cha liauyr. JJK idiom; vac: Is his son quite blind? - Vel e vac dy-slane doal? JJK idiom

Tsarevitch (n.) Mac yn Tsar

viper2 (n.) (of person) mac mollaght

woman's son (n.) mac y ven: And the Israelitish woman's son blasphemed the name of the Lord - As ren mac y ven jeh Israel loayrt goan mollaghtagh noi ennym y Chiarn Bible

bare bynney lesh beloved: cha jean eh eirey jeh mac y ven bare bynney lesh, roish mac y ven elley, tan eirey cair. Bible

ben chleuin (f.) daughter-in-law: Bee yn ayr noi yn mac, as y mac noi yn ayr; yn voir noi yn inneen, as yn inneen noi yn voir yn voir-'sy-leigh noi e ben chleuin, as y ven-chleuin noi e moir-'sy-leigh. Bible

dunnal (=Ir. duiniúil) brave, daring, heroic, manful: kiare cheead three-feed as hoght dy gheiney dunnal Bible; fearless; bold; courageous: Bee-jee shiuish er-y-fa shen feer dunnal Bible; valiant: As Benaiah, mac Jehoiada, mac dy ghooinney dunnal, jeh Kabzeel Bible

fo cheesh (financially) taxed, under tax: t'eh imraait dy dug Murchad mac Dairmod fo chosh dooinney ennagh enmyssit 'mac Rennell' ayns Mannin as dy row Mannin currit fo cheesh echey neesht. GB; tributary

loayrt dy breagagh speak falsely: Eisht dooyrt Azariah mac Hoshaiah, as Johanan mac Chareah, as ooilley ny mooaralee, rish Jeremiah, Tou loayrt dy breagagh Bible

cadet (n.) doltey; mac saa; ynseydagh

counterpart (n.) mac-soylley; tuarastyl

fascimile (n.) mac-soylley

for instance son mac-soyley

in comparison son mac-soyley

lesser duckweed (n.) mac-gyn-ayr

replica (n.) coip, mac-soylley

reprobate (n.) mac-imshee; rag-rannee

reproduction (n.) aahayrn; mac-soylley

satellite1 (n.) fo-phlannad, mac-plannad; guilley

Skaly's Farm (n.) Balley Mac Skaly

son of perdition (n.) mac imshee

transcript (n.) aascreeuyn, mac-screeu

weed2 (n.) (of person) feiosagh, mac yn ushtey

Balley Queeney Mac Queeney's Farm

mac- (pref.) duplicate

mac-gyn-ayr lesser duckweed

mac-imshee reprobate

mac-plannad satellite

mac-screeu copy, transcribe, transcript

mac-skeih (f.) cast

mac-soylley comparison, counterpart, fascimile, instance, match, replica, reproduction

as a comparison son mac-soyley

McTeare's Close (n.) Close Mac y Teare

son of a fisherman (n.) mac eeasteyragh

transcribe (v.) aascreeu, mac-screeu, screeu coip

Lucifer Lucifer: O Lucifer, mac y vadran! Bible

sheyoo (=Ir. séú) sixth: Hanun mac sheyoo Zalaph Bible

dutiful (adj.) bial, biallagh, currymagh; ammyssagh.: Dutiful son - Mac ammyssagh. DF idiom

malt whisky (n.) mac ny braih, soo ny braghey, ushtey bea braghey

planet (n.) mac greiney, planaid, rollage hroailt, rollage scughee; planet

son of the soil (n.) fer cheerey, mac ny hooirey

aitt (=Ir. ait) curiosity, droll, funny, quaint: Tan mac echey ny er aitt JJK

brie enquire: Brie uss, quoi dy mac y scollag shoh Bible

farrarey (dy); (to) keep vigil; mourn: jean farrarey trimshagh myr son ynrycan mac Bible; waking

kied er ny gheddyn first-born, firstborn: E kied er ny gheddyn mac. DF

leadeilagh leader: va Benaiah, mac Jehoiada, ard leadeilagh Bible

loayr-jee intreat: loayr-jee ass my lieh, rish Ephron mac Zohar Bible

loayrys speaketh: quoi-erbee loayrys fockle noi Mac y dooinney Bible; mention

mee- (pref.) un-: T'eh shoh nyn mac roonagh, as mee-viallagh Bible; ill-

naim uncle: Foddee e naim, ny mac e naim eshyn y easley Bible

nione (interrog.) know: As dooyrt eh roo, Nione diu Laban, mac Nahor? Bible

oainjeragh adulterine, conceived in adultery: Ta mac oainjeragh eck. DF; bastard

oe (=Ir. ó) (n., f.) grandchild, grandson: As v'echey da-eed mac, as jeih oe as feed Bible

recorder recorder: Shebna yn scrudeyr, as Joah mac Asaph yn recorder Bible

recortysser archivist, chronicler, memorialist, recorder, registrar: Jehoshaphat mac Ahilud, yn recortysser. Bible

shayrey (gen.) of a sister: Marcus mac shayrey Barnabas Bible

sheshaghtyn-caggee armies: As v'ec mac Saul daa ghooinney va captanyn er sheshaghtyn-caggee Bible

bastard2 (adj.) (of size) cor; oainjeragh: She has a bastard son - Ta mac oainjeragh eck. DF idiom

duplicate dooblagh; dooblaghey; doobyl; jannoo coip jeh; jannoo maclioar; maclioar; macscreeuyn; (pref.) mac-

Fargher (n.) Karaghey: Mary Quine, maiden name Fargher - Moirrey ny Karaghey, Ben Quine. DF idiom; Mac Fhearachair

instance (v.) (to); (dy) cosoyley; (v.) dy chur myr sampleyr; mac-soylley, myr trow, sampleyr, trow

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

match1 cheet jesh da, piyral; cloie; co-chloie; foaddan; keilley; mac-soylley; sheshey; soyllaghey; troddan

one of the days laa jeh ny laghyn; unnane jeh laghyn: ye shall desire to see one of the days of the Son of man - bee shiu aignagh dy akin unnane jeh laghyn Mac y dooinney Bible

prodigal jummalys, jummallys; stroialtagh: The prodigal son - Yn mac stroialtagh. DF idiom; jummallagh

shall call enmyssee: and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name Jesus -as mac y ymmyrkey, as enmyssee oo yn ennym echey Yeesey. Bible

tall1 (adj.) ard, mooar; liauyr: I didn't think your son was so tall - Cha ren mee smooinaghtyn dy row nyn mac cha liauyr. JJK idiom; toallee; thollee

treasurer (n.) tashteyder: The Treasurer of the Isle of Mann - Tashteyder Ellan Vannin. DF idiom; fer tashtee, fer y sporran, kishteyr, mac sporran, resowr

truly (adv.) dy feer, jeer; dy firrinagh focklagh; dy firrinagh: Truly this was the Son of God - Dy firrinagh shoh va Mac Yee Bible

agh ny veggan but a little: 2 Cur-jee ooashley da'n Mac, nagh bee eh jymmoosagh, as myr shen shiu dy herraghtyn veih'n raad cair: my vees e chorree er ny vrasnaghey, (agh ny veggan ;) Bible

art 1 pl. artyn (magazine); (gram) article: Carn a: Va mee lhaih art scruit ec Brian Mac Stoyll Carn

ashoon (=Ir. náisiún) pl. ashoonee, ashoonyn nation, people, state: veih mac yn inney-veyl trog-yms seose ashoon mooar Bible

ben y thie (f.) woman of the house: As haink eh gy-kione, lurg ny reddyn shoh, dy huitt mac y ven, ben y thie, ching

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