Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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married poosit; poost; nasht


Inexact matches:

married couples (npl.) sheshaghyn-poost

married man (n.) dooinney poost

married parties (npl.) sheshaghyn-poost

married woman (n.) ben phoost

new married persons (npl.) lannoonyn noa poost

sheshaghyn-poost married couples, married parties

ben phoost (f.) married woman, wife

she will saillee: she is at liberty to be married to whom she will - tee ec e reamys hene dy ve poost rish quoi-erbee saillee Bible

single neuphoost: Married and single - Poost as neuphoost. DF idiom; singil; singyl; ynrican

dooinney poost husband, married man, bridegroom: my chonaant cheddin vrish ad, ga dy row mee myr dooinney poost dauesyn Bible

lannoonyn noa poost new married persons: Sh'egyn dy ny lanunyn noo puyst yn la kedyn d'an busey yn ghristiyght ghasserick y goyl. PB1610

nasht (=Ir. naisghte) espoused, betrothed, married, spoused: Erreish da e voir Moirrey ve nasht rish Joseph Bible

poosit married: Cha row chengey Vaori ec e ven traa v'ad poosit agh ren ee goaill toishaght dy gynshaghey y shenn glaare dooghysagh Zealan Noa. Dhoor

poost (=Ir. posda) married, spliced, wedded: As son e huyr ta ny moidyn, nagh row poost Bible

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