Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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meir fingers: T'ee cur e meir gys y fess, as ta ny laueyn eck cummal yn whuiggal Bible

meïr fingers: Ny fainaghyn meïr, as ny jewellyn stroaney Bible


Inexact matches:

fainaghyn meïr finger rings: Ny fainaghyn meïr, as ny jewellyn stroaney Bible

lheead meir digit

meir yiargey rosy-fingered

sheeyney meir (of the finger) point

meir y dooinney marroo soft coral

Meir y Foawir Giant's Fingers

Meir y Foawr Giant's Fingers

fingers (npl.) mairyn, meir, meïr

Giant's Fingers (npl.) Meir y Foawr, Meir y Foawir

finger rings (npl.) fainaghyn meïr

point1 (v.) (of the finger) sheeyney meir

rosy-fingered meir yiargey

digit (n.) bun-earroo, lheead meir, mair

kidney vetch (n.) meir-Voirrey

three-toed (adj.) tree-meir; tree-vairagh

toes (npl.) meir-choshey

tridactyl (adj.) tree-mairagh; tree-meir

tridactylous (adj.) tree-mairagh, tree-meir

meir-choshey toes

meir-Voirrey (f.) kidney vetch

tree-meir three-toed, tridactyl, tridactylous

soft coral (n.) meir y dooinney marroo

mair choshey (f.) pl. meir-choshey toe

jewellyn stroaney nose jewels: Ny fainaghyn meïr, as ny jewellyn stroaney Bible

jammed greimmit; jingit: Fingers jammed in the door - Meir jingit 'sy dorrys DF idiom; mooghit

spindle (n.) fess: She layeth her hands to the spindle - Tee cur e meir gys y fess Bible

aall (=Ir. ath) fork, table fork: lesh aall three-meir ayns e laue Bible; fleshhook

dy bog indulgently, softly: Heid yn gheay neear dy bog as cheh, bentyn da'n lieckan myr meir oikan. Coraa

fess spindle: T'ee cur e meir gys y fess, as ta ny laueyn eck cummal yn whuiggal. Bible

kiare as feed twenty four: As va foast caggey elley ec Gath, raad va dooinney feer thollee, va echey er dagh laue shey meïr, as er dagh chass shey ordaagyn, kiare as feed ayns ooilley Bible

mair (=Ir. meur) (f.) 1 pl. mairyn, meir digit, finger a: scruit lesh mair Yee Bible; 2 (of clock) hand; 3 tributary of river, tributary; 4 piano key; 5 prong; 6 ray

stroaney nasal, of the nose, nose: Ny fainaghyn meïr, as ny jewellyn stroaney Bible

whuiggal See quiggal (yn); (the) distaff: Tee cur e meir gys y fess, as ta ny laueyn eck cummal yn whuiggal Bible

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