Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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nuyoo (=Ir. naoú) (f.) ninth: ayns y nuyoo vleïn jeh'n reill echey Bible


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nuyoo jeig nineteenth

nuyoo yeig (yn); (the) nineteenth: Yn nuyoo yeig er Mallothi; eh-hene, e vec, as e vraaraghyn, ghaa-yeig Bible

nineteenth (n., adj.) nuyoo jeig; (the); (yn) nuyoo yeig

ninth (n., adj.) nuyoo

chapter (n.) cabdil: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom

sixth2 (the); (yn) cheyoo: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom

chenjeanyn beacons: Ec toshiaght yn nuyoo lhing jeig va slane geuley dy chenjeanyn er ooilley liurid yn clyst, as va paitchyn ceau slonganyn dy vlaaghyn, as daunsin ayns straneyn laue ry-laue. Dhoor

counteeyn counties: Ayns ny hardjyn haink dy ve ny Shey Counteeyn, va'n chengey er raad y vaaish myr chengey y theay sy nuyoo cheead jeig. Carn

Ghermaan (f.) (Yn) Germany: Gow ad toshiaght er loayrt mychione yn irree jeh ashoonaghys fei-ny-Europey ayns mean y nuyoo keead jeig as er-lheh ayns yn Ghermaan. Carn

oor (=Ir. uair, úr) (adj.) crisp, fresh, green, new, novel, raw, sappy, span, sweet, unsalted, unseasoned, untainted, untanned, unused: Gow yn eill as ny berreenyn oor. Bible; (f.) pl. ooraghyn, ooryn hour: va dorraghys harrish ooilley yn cheer, gys yn nuyoo oor. Bible; crude

romanseeaght (f.) romanticism: Reesht as reesht ta ughtar y lioar shoh dy ghra nagh nee red voish romanseeaght y nuyoo cheead jeig y caggey dy hauail ny myn-chengaghyn. Carn

screeudeyrys writing: Va'n screeudeyrys shoh, ard-chummaghtagh ayns bleeantyn toshee yn agglish, er nakin son y traa s'jerree sy nuyoo keead. Dhoor

Seionagh Zionist: Bunnys ec jerrey yn nuyoo cheead jeig haink ashoonaghys Ewnagh rish myr y ghleashaght Seionagh Carn

slonganyn garlands: Ec toshiaght yn nuyoo lhing jeig va slane geuley dy chenjeanyn er ooilley liurid yn clyst, as va paitchyn ceau slonganyn dy vlaaghyn, as daunsin ayns straneyn laue ry-laue. Dhoor

ughtar (=Ir. údar) pl. ughtaryn author: Reesht as reesht ta ughtar y lioar shoh dy ghra nagh nee red voish romanseeaght y nuyoo cheead jeig y caggey dy hauail ny myn-chengaghyn. Carn

book1 (v.) cur fockle er, cur magh tiggad da, cur sheese, kionnaghey tiggad, screeu stiagh, kionnaghey er daayl; (n.) lioar: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom; lioar ghiallyn

likewise (adv.) lheid elley; myrgeddin: And likewise did he for all his strange wives - As myrgeddin hrog eh son ooilley e vraane joarree Bible; neesht: in his course likewise were twenty and four thousand - ayns y choorse echeysyn neesht va kiare thousaneyn as feed Bible; myrchaagh, myr-chaagh: Likewise when all the Jews that were in Moab - Myr-chaagh, tra va ooilley ny Hewnyn y ayns Moab Bible; er yn aght cheddin: he went out about the sixth and ninth hour, and did likewise - hie eh magh mysh y cheyoo as yn nuyoo oor, as ren eh er yn aght cheddin Bible

kayt marrey catfish; seacat: Y Sarjant John Manley, as eshyn shual, dooyrt eh dy row fys currit er meoiryn-shee dy gholl gys y Kayt Marrey, ta ny haagh kiedit, lurg skeealyn jeh co-streeu ec mean- oie, y nuyoo laa Averil. BS

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