Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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mec sons: bee mec yn joarree eu son errooyn, as gareyderyn-feeyney. Bible


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sons (npl.) mec: Where are your sons? - C'raad ta nyn mec? JJK idiom

gardyn porters: Shoh myr va ny gardyn er nyn rheynn mastey mec Kore, as mastey mec Merari Bible

kiannoortyn governors: son va kiannoortyn y chiamble casherick, as kiannoortyn thie Yee, jeh mec Eleazar, as jeh mec Ithamar Bible

sideyryn archers: va mec Ulam deiney niartal as dunnal, sideyryn, as vechey ymmodee mec as cloan chlienney Bible

schollag lad: va'n schollag marish mec Bilhah Bible

cha deiyr did not pursue: cha deiyr ad er mec Yacob. Bible

cochorrym coequal, equal: bee eh cochorrym mastey ooilley mec Aaron Bible

inneenyn (f.) daughters: As va echey mec as inneenyn Bible

kynneeyn families: Ad shoh kynneeyn mec Noah Bible; tribes

poose (=Ir. pós) marry: Poose-jee mraane, as jean-jee mec as inneenyn y gheddyn Bible

reue before you: hug mec yn pheisteig-nieunagh reue Bible

ruggit (=Ir. rugadh) born: Myrgeddin yn chied ruggit jeh ny mec Bible

trumpetyn trumpets: As nee mec Aaron y saggyrt sheidey lesh ny trumpetyn Bible

coats (npl.) cooatyn: And for Aaron's sons thou shalt make coats - As nee oo cooatyn da mec Aaron Bible

families (npl.) lughtyn-thie: these are the families of the Gershonites - ad shoh lughtyn-thie ny Gershoniteyn Bible; kynneeyn: And the residue of the families of the sons of Kohath - As vec y chooid elley jeh kynneeyn mec Kohath Bible

sprinkle breckey; craa; skeaylley; spreih: Aaron's sons shall sprinkle the blood thereof round about upon the altar - nee mec Aaron yn uill echey y spreih mygeayrt er yn altar Bible

ard-chruinnaght (f.) chief council: Ta olteynyn Mec Vannin sursmooinaghtyn harrish treealtys ta Bernard Moffatt cur roish ard-chruinnaght vleeaney Carn; galaxy

cha jean shall not do; shall not: Cha jean shiu feeyn y iu, shiuish ny nyn mec son dy bragh Bible

cloieder actor, exponent, performer, player, soloist, sportsman: ta mee er vakin fer jeh mec Jesse yn Beth-lehemite, dy vel eh cloieder schleioil Bible

Commeeys Celtiagh (Yn); (The) Celtic League: T'eh er dagh Manninagh dooie dy gholl stiagh ayns Mec Vannin as y Commeeys Celtiagh nish. Carn

cryssyn girdles: As nee oo cooatyn da mec Aaron, as cryssyn daue, as nee oo baarnyn daue, son gloyr as aalid. Bible

dew oxen: Daa fainagh as kiare dew hug eh da mec Ghershon Bible; beeves

gedjaghyn sponsors, guardians: son va cliaghtey ny laghyn shen ec reeaghyn as deiney ooasle nyn mec dy ve troggit seose ec gedjaghyn Coraa

gheid stole: gheid ee eh ersooyl veih mastey mec y ree v'er nyn stroie Bible

giat ny eeastee fish gate: As giat ny eeastee hrog mec Hassenaah, ren myrgeddin layal ny beamyn Bible

jeant shickyr fastened: As va'n magher, as yn ooig ayn jeant shickyr da Abraham, myr cairys grunt oanluckee, liorish mec Heth. Bible

jeih as feed thirty: va Mahalaleel hoght cheead bleïn as jeih as feed, as va echey mec as inneenyn: Bible

kiare jeig fourteen: Ad shoh mec Rachel, va er ny ymmyrkey da Jacob: va ooilley ny anmeenyn kiare jeig. Bible

lhiynyn colts: jeih mec as feed, va markiagh er jeih lhiynyn assyl as feed Bible

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

mayrn (er) existence: Ta shin daa vraar jeig, mec da un ayr, ta fer nagh vel er mayrn, as tan er saa, sy traa tayn, marish nyn ayr Bible

nagh vel am not; are not, aren't; isn't, is not: Ta shin daa vraar jeig, mec da un ayr, ta fer nagh vel er mayrn, as tan er saa, sy traa tayn, marish nyn ayr Bible; am

'neen 'sy leigh (f.) daughter-in-law: son dty inneen-'sy-leigh ta graihagh ort, as ish ny share dhyt na shiaght mec Bible

shiartance some: ren shiartance jeh deiney'n valley, mec Velial, chionney mysh y thie Bible

sursmooinaghtyn consider: Ta olteynyn Mec Vannin sursmooinaghtyn harrish treealtys ta Bernard Moffatt cur roish ard-chruinnaght vleeaney y pharteeg as t'eh cheet er, ayns ayrn, yn aght ta turrysee cheet dys Mannin Carn

taitnys (=Ir. taitneamheas) (f.) agreeableness, congeniality, delectation, enchantment, enjoyment, gladness, pleasure: mastey mec m'ayrey ghow eh taitnys aynyms Bible; (of person) amenity; (pleasure) treat; delight

tooilley (=Ir. tuilleadh) addition, additional, continuation, few more, more, supplement, supplementary: vel tooilley mec dy ve foast er my ymmyrkey? Bible

whueig jeig See queig jeig (e); (his) fifteen: As va thousane dy gheiney Venjamin mârish, as Ziba sharvaant dy hie Saul, as e whueig mec jeig Bible

y (=Ir. an) = yn, pl. ny 1 the a: nee mec Aaron y saggyrt sheidey lesh ny trumpetyn Bible; 2 (gen.) of the: tra ta shiu buinn fouyr y thallooin eu Bible

courses (npl.) coorseyn: Also for the courses of the priests and the Levites - Myrgeddin son coorseyn ny saggyrtyn as ny Leviteyn Bible; sheshaghtyn: And David divided them into courses among the sons of Levi - As rheynn David ad ayns sheshaghtyn mastey mec Levi Bible

spoiled millit, speeiney; spooil: And they spoiled the Egyptians - As spooil ad ny Egyptianee bible; spooill: The sons of Jacob came upon the slain, and spoiled the city - As haink mec Yacob er ny merriu, as spooill ad yn ard-valley Bible; spooillit: thou shalt be only oppressed and spoiled evermore - bee uss dy kinjagh tranlaasit, as spooillit Bible

strong men (npl.) deiney pooaral: A gracious woman retaineth honour: and strong men retain riches - Ta ben ghraysoil geddyn ooashley, as. deiney pooaral cosney berchys Bible; deiney trean: whose brethren were strong men - ny braaraghyn oc va deiney trean Bible; deiney lajer: And Meshelemiah had sons and brethren, strong men, eighteen - As va ec Meshelemiah mec as braaraghyn, deiney lajer hoght-jeig Bible

aalin (=Ir. álainn) beautiful, fair, handsome, splendid: Dy vaik mec Yee inneenyn gheiney dy row ad aalin. Bible; pretty; lovely; comely: Va enn eu er Paquette, inney-veyl waagh y ven- çhiarn onneragh ain: ayns ny roihaghyn ecksh vlasht mee er eunyssyn pargys, ren cur orrym yn torçhagh iurinagh ta shiu fakin mee goll er gee CnyO; goodly; well favoured [OIr. álaind]

fastee pl. fasteeyn cover, covert, harbourage, protection, sanctuary, screen, shelter, succour: ta accrys as feayraght cur er ny beiyn hene shirrey hiu son fastee CS; (place) retreat; tent: As currym mec Ghershon, ayns cabbane y cheshaght, vees y chabbane, as y fastee, yn coodagh echey Bible

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