Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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nose (n.) gob, sock, stroin; (v.) stroaney, stroinaghey, stroinney


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hooked nose (n.) croymmag

Long Nose (n.) Lang Ness

nose about (v.) stroinaghey

nose cone (n.) cughlin stroaney

Nose Headland (n.) Gob ny Stroaney

nose jewels (npl.) jewellyn stroaney

nose ring (n.) fainey stroaney, stroineen

nose wheel (n.) queeyl hick

parson's nose (n.) prumpey kirkey, stroin y taggyrt

pug nose (n.) smutt

bottled nose dolphin (n.) perkin mooar-troinagh

flat of nose lhean

nudge with nose (v.) broddey; sonkal

of the nose stroanney; stroaney

stroinaghey nose, nose about, smelling

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

cughlin stroaney nose cone

fainey stroaney (f.) nose ring

Lang Ness Long Nose

prumpey kirkey parson's nose

queeyl hick (f.) nose wheel

smutt pug nose

stroinney nose

copper-nose stroin yiarg

nose-band (n.) cryss stroaney

nose-dive sock-hummey; tummey gour y ghib

cryss stroaney (f.) nose-band

Gob ny Stroaney Nose Headland

perkin mooar-troinagh bottled nose dolphin

sock-hummey nose-dive

sonkal jog, nudge with nose

stroineen (f.) pig's ring, nose ring

stroin yiarg copper-nose, red-nosed

stroin y taggyrt (f.) parson's nose

croymmag (f.) catch, clip, hooked nose, wild parsnip

tummey gour y ghib nose-dive

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

stroanney (gen.) of the nose: Lhin ny stroanney. DF; nasal

bleeding coyrt folley; fuiltagh; lhiggey fuill: His nose is bleeding - Ta'n stroin echey lhiggey fuill. DF idiom; roie folley; tayrn fuill

stuffed lhieent: My nose is stuffed up - Ta'n 'troin aym lhieent. DF idiom; pronnit

broddey goad, jab, nudge with nose, poke, prick, prickle, pierce, probe, rouse, stir up, thrust: t'ad broddey gys grunt y chree Bible

lhean (=Ir. leathan) 1 broad, extensive, flat of nose, sheet, sweeping, wide a: Nish va'n ard-valley lhean as mooar Bible; 2 (of chin) full [O.Ir. lethan]

sock (f.) 1 pl. sick bow, horn of anvil, nose, snout, toe a: Cur scain er y sock. DF; 2 mould-board, ploughshare, share; 3 jet, nozzle, rose

stroin (=Ir. srón, Sc.G. sròn) (f.) pl. strointeeyn headland, naze, ness, promontory; nose, nosepiece: ta dty stroin myr toor Lebanon Bible; nostril [O.Ir. dative sróin]

gob pl. gib 1 apex, headland, hook, jet, jut, nose, nosepiece, pee of anchor, point, prominence, promontory, spit a: Ec gob y cheiy. DF; 2 beak, lip of jug, nib, spout; 3 mouth, muzzle: phrow rheynn ny croutyn sollagh dy dooney yn gob echey. Carn; 4 (of ship) bow

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