Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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ooir (f.) (pl -aghyn) clod, dust, earth, mould, overburden, soil: Honnick mee jeeghyn troggal ass yn ooir. Bible [O.Ir. úir]


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ooir hallooin (f.) dung of ants

ooir wass (f.) subsoil

cur trooid yn ooir dig in

subsoil (n.) fo-ooir, ooir wass

menoyragh goodly, mealy, mellow, rich: Va boayl er lheh 'sy gharey echey lesh ooir feer dorraghey as menoyragh - bunnys doo va'n ooir shoh as lome lane dy ghianeyn. Dhoor

dung of ants (n.) ooir hallooin

soil1 (v.) broighey, sollaghey; (n.) ooir, thalloo

fo-ooir (f.) subsoil

dig in (v.) cur trooid yn ooir

overburden (v.) cur rour er; (n.) eaghtyr, ooir

mould cummey; keynnagh; laan; lheeah; lheeahaghey; lheeahid; mol; mulley; ooir; ooiraghey

chyndaït turned: t'ad chyndaït reesht gys nyn ooir Bible

lane ushtey wringing wet: Va'n ooir lane ushtey. DF

clod1 (n.) ceab, cramman, foaid, foid, foyn, ooir, scrah, thalloo; (v.) ceau ceabbey er, ceabbey, scraaghey

dewy (adj.) druightoil; druightoilagh: Dewy fog rising from the earth - Kay ghruightoilagh veih'n ooir girree seose. DF idiom

dust (v.) gamylt 'sy joan, glenney, joaney, poodyral; (n.) ooir, stoor, brinneen; joan: The rain has laid the dust - Ta'n fliaghey er chur sheese yn joan. JJK idiom

earth1 cruinney: Children of earth - Cloan ny cruinney. DF idiom; coair thallooin; gei; kiangley thallooin; ooir; ooiraghey, thallooinaghey; thalloo: Before heaven or earth existed - Roish myr row ayn niau ny thalloo. DF idiom; towl; dowan

fruitful (adj.) messoil: and be fruitful, and multiply upon the earth - as ve messoil, as bishaghey er yn ooir Bible; sluightagh, sluightoil; my-yeish; bishagh; toyrtagh; sheelagh

shall not take cha gow: their stock shall not take root in the earth - cha gow yn bun oc fraue ayns yn ooir Bible

chyndaays pl. chyndaayssyn conversion; translation: va shin cliaghtit jannoo chyndaays dooin-hene, as myr shen, loayr yn coonseilagh rooin ayns Frangish myrgeddin. Carn; return: derrey chyndaays oo, gys yn ooir: Bible

cooid ronney (=Ir. cuid-ronna) (f.) allowance, dividend, portion: Cur cooid ronney da shiaght, as myrgeddin da hoght ; son cha vel fys ayd, cre'n lhag-haghyrt hig er yn ooir. Bible

corp as annym body and soul: Va ny cummaltee boght, tayrn veih ooir as faarkey cooid veg dy reayll dy cheilley corp as annym. Coraa

cramman pl. crammanyn 1 bulb, bump, button, lump, nodule, nugget, pellet; 2 clod a: Ta my eill coodit lesh beishteigyn as crammanyn ooir Bible; 3 (of door) handle; 4 control

crammanyn clods: Ta my eill coodit lesh beishteigyn as crammanyn ooir; ta my chrackan shirgit as dwoaiagh. Bible

Delby See Dalby Dalby: "Ta Delby fo'n raad feer vie da oarn," as Caesar, "agh ta'n ooir hene shirrey 'Trome- Lhiassaghey' - she thalloo joogh t'ayn dy jarroo. LTQ [Scand]

dy chooilley every: As chroo Jee beishtyn y thallooin lurg nyn ghooghys, yn maase lurg nyn ghooghys, as dy chooilley nhee ta snaue er yn ooir lurg e ghooghys Bible

fraue (=Ir. fréamh, préamh, Sc.G. freumh) (f.) pl. fraueyn 1 bulb, derivation, radical, radicle, root a: cha gow yn bun oc fraue ayns yn ooir Bible; 2 (of family) stem; 3 race; 4 fang [O.Ir. frém]

gaagey chap, chapping, chapt: Er-yn-oyr dy vel y thalloo gaagey, gyn fliaghey er yn ooir Bible

giau (f.) cove, creek, inlet: hiaull ad rish ooir ny loghey gys hooar ad giau liauyr, lhean as aalin, as hannee ad ayns shen Dhoor [Scand gja]

gyn obbyr1 unemployed; without work: Yn ooir va roie j'ee hene cur magh e mess gyn obbyr laue, gyn greie dy obbragh lesh PC

jiu hene 1 even today, this very day a: Eer jiu hene ta my accan sharroo Bible; 2 of yourselves a: chamoo nee shiu neu-ghlen jiu hene lesh keint erbee dy red snauee ter yn ooir. Bible

lhieggit (=Ir. leagte) downed, fallen, hewn, thrown, tumbled: bee ad lhieggit gys yn ooir Bible; dropped; thrown down; felled

obbyr laue (f.) handicraft, handwork, manual labour: Yn ooir va roie j'ee hene cur magh e mess gyn obbyr laue, gyn greie dy obbragh lesh PC

ooilley yn seihll all the earth: cha vel dooinney faagit er nyn son er yn ooir, lurg cliaghtey ooilley yn seihll Bible

sthole (f.) shoot: va cuirrey orroo smooinaghtyn mychione y luss shen, woish rass 'syn ooir; fraueyn gaase; sthole broddey seose as sheeyney magh; as foddee lesh duillagyn as blaaghyn ayn. Dhoor; stole; stool

tayrn veih infer; draw from: Va ny cummaltee boght, tayrn veih ooir as faarkey cooid veg dy reayll dy cheilley corp as annym. Coraa

ushtaghey irrigate, irrigation, steep, water, watering: agh vel ad chyndaa reesht gys shen, derrey t'ad er ushtaghey yn ooir Bible

vagher See magher of the field: As dy-chooilley villey jehn vagher roish my row ad er yn ooir Bible

veih'n from the: Cre tou er nyannoo? ta coraa fuill dty vraarey geamagh hyms veihn ooir. Bible

wagaantagh ramble, rambling, stroll, stroller, vagabond, vagrant: dty yoarree, as dty wagaantagh vees oo er yn ooir Bible

dissolve (v.) boggaghey, cur ass bree; heose-lhag, heose-lhaggaghey; skeaylley: thou, whole Palestina, art dissolved - tou uss slane Palestina er dty skeayley Bible; lheie: the earth is clean dissolved - tan ooir dy glen er lheïe ersooyl Bible; lhieggal: and the palace shall be dissolved - as bee yn phlaase er ny lhieggal Bible

unto me dou: where thou anointedst the pillar, and where thou vowedst a vow unto me - raad ren oo ooillaghey yn phillar, as raad ren oo breearrey dou: Bible; dooys: thy mercy, which thou hast shewed unto me in saving my life - dty vyghin tou er hoilshaghey dooys ayns sauail my vioys Bible; hyms: the voice of thy brother's blood crieth unto me from the ground - ta coraa fuill dty vraarey geamagh hyms veihn ooir Bible; rhym: What is this that thou hast done unto me? - Cre shoh tou er nyannoo rhym? Bible; rhym pene

faarkey (=Ir. farraige, Sc.G. fairge) pl. faarkaghyn billow, breaker, large wave, ocean, sea, swell: denmys Jee yn thalloo chirrym Ooir; as chaglym cooidjagh ny ushtaghyn denmys eh Faarkaghyn Bible; (to) bathe, bathe in sea: shegin da niee e eaddagh, as faarkey eh hene ayns ushtey Bible [O.Ir. fairrge]

oijys recipe: Va oijys ny h-ooir feer folliaght as deearree ram slieh fys er oijys er-lheh follit ny h- unnishyn mooarey. Dhoor

snaue (=Ir. snámh) course, crawl, crawling, creep, creeping, glide, gliding, mesh, scuttle, sidle, slither, slithering: as dagh nhee ta snaue er yn ooir bee shen feohdoil Bible; bathing, float, floating, flotation, swim, in suspension, swimming: cre-erbee ta snaue trooid raaidyn ny faarkaghyn Bible; (as child) creep; (of snail) track [O.Ir. snáïd]

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