Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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other (adj., pron) elley, fer elley

Inexact matches:

other one (the ); (yn) jeh elley; fer elley: It doesn't match the other one - Cha nel eh cheet jesh da'n fer elley. DF idiom

Other Peak (n.) Alia Gnebe

Other Sulby (n.) Alia Sulby

other things (npl.) reddyn elley: Among other things, he related to us his travelling adventures - Mastey reddyn elley, d'insh eh dooin e chontoyrtyssyn troailtee. JJK idiom

other week (the) shiaghtin chaie

any other business cooishyn elley

every other day (yn) derrey laa

every other week (yn) derrey shiaghtin

one or other of you peccagh j'iu

Other Glen Farm (n.) Alia Dalby

upon each other mooin y cheilley

with each other ry-cheilley

fer elley other: As ghow yn tannys e ir-vooinjerey, as woaill ad fer, as varr ad fer elley, as chlagh ad fer elley. Bible; other one

walk after (v.) geiyrt da: And it shall be, if thou do at all forget the Lord thy God, and walk after other gods - Agh my nee shiu er aght erbee jarrood y Chiarn nyn Yee, as geiyrt da jeeghyn erbee elley Bible; geiyrt er: and burn incense unto Baal, and walk after other gods - as geiyrt er jeeghyn elley nagh vel enney eu orroo Bible; gimmeeaght lurg: They shall walk after the Lord - Nee ad gimmeeaght lurg y Chiarn Bible

Alia Gnebe Other Peak [Scand]

Alia Sulby Other Sulby [Scand]

derrey shiaghtin (yn) every other week

Alia Dalby Other Glen Farm [Scand]

cooishyn elley miscellaneous provisions; any other business

peccagh j'iu one or other of you

shiaghtin chaie (the) other week: Va mee tree-jeig shiaghtin chaie. JJK

acquainted ainjyssagh rish: Make yourself acquainted with it - Jean oo hene ainjyssagh rish. DF idiom; oayllagh rish: They are acquainted with each other - T'ad oayllagh rish y cheilley. DF idiom; taaghit

alongside cur liorish: Put it alongside the other one - Cur eh liorish y fer elley. DF idiom

beside (prep.) liorish: Put it beside the other one - Cur eh liorish y fer elley. DF idiom; rish: Green hills beside the sea - Cruink ghlassey rish y cheayn. DF idiom; liorish lhiattee

blasphemously (adv.) dy mollaghtagh: And many other things blasphemously spake they against him. - As ymmodee reddyn elley loayr ad dy mollaghtagh noi Bible; mollaghtoil

cancel (v.) cur ass, scryssey; dolley magh: They cancel each other out - T'ad dolley magh y cheilley. DF idiom; duillag ynnyd, lheanagh ynnyd

differ (v.) neuchoardail: They differ from each other - T'ad neuchoardail rish y cheilley. DF idiom

eaten (v.) eeit: the other basket had very naughty figs, which could not be eaten - vasy vaskad elley figgyn feer olk, nagh voddagh ve eeit Bible

exact (adj.) corrym; cruinn: To be more exact - Dy ve ny s'cruinney. DF idiom; kiart: The exact duplicate of the other - Yn kiart doobyl jeh'n fer elley. DF idiom

fought (v.) caggit; chagg: They fought with each other - Chagg ad rish y cheilley. DF idiom

hate (v.) cur dwoaie da: He will hate the one and love the other - Ver eh dwoaie da'n derrey yeh as graih da'n jeh elley. DF idiom; feohdaghey

howbeit ga ta; ny-yeih: Howbeit there came other boats from Tiberias - Ny-yeih va baatyn elley er jeet veih Tiberias Bible

I will dress aarlyms: and I will dress the other bullock - as aarlyms y dow elley Bible

of the country cheerey: On the other side of the country - Cheu hoal ny cheerey. DF idiom

opinions (npl.) barelyn; credjueyn: However opposed our opinions may be, do not let us hate each other - Kied echey ta nyn gredjueyn shassoo noi e cheilley, ny lhig dooin ve dwoaieagh er y cheilley. JJK idiom

ranks (npl.) roaghyn; rankyn; rhenkeyryn: Officers and other ranks - Fir oik as rhenkeyryn elley. DF idiom; straneyn: Close the ranks - Ny straneyn y ghooney. DF idiom

saying (n.) raa: There is much between saying and doing - Ta lane eddyr raa as jannoo. JJK idiom; gra: She was saying the word over the other woman - V'ee gra yn fockle er y ven elley. DF idiom

signs (npl.) signyn; cowraghyn: The signs are all contrary to each other - Ta ny cowraghyn ooilley noi ry hoi. DF idiom; mirrillyn

street (n.) straid: This street is twice as long as the other - Ta'n straid shoh daa cheayrt cha liauyr as yn straid elley. JJK idiom; straaid

such a thing e lheid: neither shall ye make any other like it, after the composition of it - chamoo nee oo veg jeh e lheid, lurg yn aght cheddin Bible; lhied y red

things (npl.) reddyn: Among other things, he related to us his travelling adventures - Mastey reddyn elley, d'insh eh dooin e chontoyrtyssyn troailtee. JJK idiom; chebbyn

twice (adv.) daa cheayrt: This street is twice as long as the other - Ta'n straid shoh daa cheayrt cha liauyr as yn straid elley. JJK idiom

violent1 (adj.) elgyssagh: After a violent quarrel, they embraced each other, as if nothing had happened - Lurg tuittym-magh elgyssagh, ren ad nuiddragh y cheilley, myr nagh row red erbee er d JJK idiom; raghtal

derrey laa (yn) every other day: Myr shoh yn fastyr as y madran va, ayns towse y traa shen, jannoo'n derrey laa PC

elley (=Ir. eile, O.Ir. aile) additional, alternative, another, else, other: hie yn cheshaght elley va dy choyrt booise er y cheu elley Bible [L. alias]

mooin y cheilley thick and fast, upon each other: Ta ny bleeantyn cheet er mooin y cheilley. DF

reddyn elley others, other things: As ymmodee dy reddyn elley ren eh y choyrlaghey Bible; additions

ry-cheilley en masse, together, with each other: as ren ad caggey ry-cheilley ayns coan Siddlm Bible

every (adj.) dagh: The doctor attends her every day - Ta'n fer-lhee tendeil urree dagh laa. DF idiom; gagh: Every couple of minutes - Gagh cubbyl dy vinnid. DF idiom; dagh ooilley: Every other week - Dagh ooilley cor hiaghtin. DF idiom; dy-chooilley, dy chooilley; dagh un, gagh un

fond of miandagh: Are you fond of milk? - Vel shiu miandagh er bainney? JJK idiom; currit da: He is fond of reading - T'eh currit da'n lhaihderys. DF idiom; feer vooar rish: They are very fond of each other - T'ad feer vooar rish y cheilley. DF idiom

one 'nane, nane: One of the crowd - 'Nane jeh'n sleih. DF idiom; un: One man - Un dooinney. DF idiom; unnane; fer: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) derrey yeh: The one and the other - Yn derrey yeh as yn jeh elley. DF idiom

jeh elley (yn); (the) other one: Cha vod sharvaant erbee daa vainshter y hirveish: son eddyr ver eh feoh da'n derrey yeh as graih da'n jeh elley; er nonney cummee eh gys y derrey yeh, as soie-ee eh beg jeh'n jeh elley. Bible


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