Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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Quite (intj) Dy jeeragh; Shen eh

quite (adv.) dy bollagh; dy slane; ooilley-cooidjagh: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

quite break slane brishey

quite bright glen-hollys

Dy jeeragh (intj) Precisely, Quite

glen-hollys quite bright

blind1 dallaghey, doallaghey; doal: Is his son quite blind? - Vel e vac dy-slane doal? JJK idiom; doalley, dolley; kyragh

frankly (adv.) dy foshlit; dy foslit; slane foshlit: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

frequent1 (adj.) mennick, trick, ymmodee; jeant dy chadjin: It is quite a frequent practice - T'eh jeant dy cadjin DF idiom; (v.) taaghey

green2 (adj.) (of nature) glass: The lawn looks quite green already - Ta'n liondaig hannah jeeaghyn slane glass. JJK idiom

honourably (adv.) dy-onnoroil: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

lawn (n.) aanrit keyl; faaie; londaig: The lawn looks quite green already - Ta'n liondaig hannah jeeaghyn slane glass. JJK idiom

place2 (n.) (spot) boayl: A place quite new to me - Boayl nagh vel enney erbee aym er. DF idiom; ynnyd: It's in place now - T'eh ayns ynnyd nish. DF idiom

quietly (adv.) dy kiune; ass dty aash; slane feagh: Go in quite quietly - Immee stiagh slane feagh. JJK idiom

seriously (adv.) ry yeru; dy trome: On the contrary, she spoke quite (seriously / in all seriousness) - Er y cheu elley, loayr ee dy-trome. JJK idiom; ro hrome: He takes it too seriously - T'eh goaill eh ersyn hene ro hrome. DF idiom

son (n.) mac: I didn't think your son was so tall - Cha ren mee smooinaghtyn dy row nyn mac cha liauyr. JJK idiom; vac: Is his son quite blind? - Vel e vac dy-slane doal? JJK idiom

spoke (n.) doarnane; spake; loayr: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom

stranger1 (n.) dooinney joarree, fogaragh; joarree: You're quite a stranger - Ta shiu nyn joarree. JJK idiom

dy bollagh absolutely, clean, point-blank, quite, thoroughly, wholly, utterly: as neesht dy bollagh er roostey shin jeh ooilley nyn argid. bee yn chengey brisht dy bollagh ayns sheeloghe. Carn

dy slane completely, fully, quite, thoroughly, totally: dy vod shiu prowal cre ta'n aigney shen dy Yee ta mie as booisal da, as dy slane casherick. Bible; utterly; wholly

ooilley-cooidjagh altogether, en masse, quite: Agh t'ad ooilley-cooidjagh bolvaneagh as gyn tushtey; ta'n jalloo ny ynsagh dy ardalys. Bible

Shen eh (intj) Quite, That's right, That's it: Shimmey fer va ruggit ayns Mannin, as shen eh - cha nel ee goaill tastey jeh currym elley, ga dy vel ee gra dy vel ee moyrnagh. Carn

slane brishey quite break: Nee oo stroie ad dy bollagh, as slane brishey ny jallooyn oc. Bible

lead1 (v.) coyrt, cur, leeideil, leeideill, lhomey laue, scair, shiaullee, stiurey, toshiaght, reaghey; leeid: Lead the way, please, and I will follow you - Leeid yn raad my sailliu, as eiyrym erriu. JJK idiom; cur er: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom; (n.) caabyl, streir, yeeal, ard-ayrn; (suf.) -toshee

manner (n.) aght: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom; beasid; mayk; monney; oash

met veeit; (ny) whail: I met your brother at the back of the church - Haink mee ny whail dty vraar cooyl y cheeill. JJK idiom; (y) quail: The lady whom I met inquired after you - Yn ven-seyr haink mee ny quail, denee ee my dty chione. JJK idiom; (nyn) guail: It's quite an age since we met last - Cha nel shin er jeet nyn guail rish foddey. JJK idiom

out ass: Out of the frying pan into the fire - Ass y phanney ayns yn aile. JJK idiom; magh: I shall go out before he comes back - He'm magh my jig eh er-ash. JJK idiom; mooie: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom

that (pron) shen: That's a good one - Ta shen fer mie. JJK idiom; shid: I don't like that child; therefore I shall not allow him to play with my son - Cha laik lhiam y lhiannoo shid; shen y fa cha lhigym da cloie rish my vac. JJK idiom; dy: I quite admit that he is cleverer than I am - Ta mee dy-slane goaill-rish dy vel eh ny s'aghtaley na mish. JJK idiom

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