Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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root bun: Root of the tongue - Bun ny chengey. DF idiom; bun-noatey; bunneydys; frauaghey: Take root - Frauaghey. DF idiom; fraue; reuyrey: Let every pig root for herself - Lhig da dagh ooilley vuc reuyrey j'ee hene. DF idiom


Inexact matches:

cube root fraue chiubagh; fraue kioobagh

eelwrack root (n.) binjean

root cause (n.) ard-oyr; bun; moir-oyr

root hair (n.) fraueen

root ideas (npl.) smooinaghtyn bunneydagh

root number (n.) bun-earroo

root out (v.) reurey

root sign (n.) cowrey frauee

root up (v.) astyrt ass: he shall root up Israel out of this good land - as nee eh Israel y astyrt ass y cheer vie shoh Bible; reurey

root word (n.) fraue-ockle

square root (n.) fraue chernagh, fraue cherrinagh

strike root (v.) goaill ynnyd

root of the tongue (n.) bun ny chengey

ard-oyr root cause

bun-noatey root

cowrey frauee root sign

frauaghey root

fraue chernagh (f.) square root

fraue cherrinagh (f.) square root

fraue chiubagh (f.) cube root

fraueen (f.) root hair

fraue kioobagh cube root

fraue-ockle etymon, root word

reurey open up, sink, dig, root out, root up: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

smooinaghtyn bunneydagh root ideas

bun (=Ir. bun) author, basis, details, origin, original, prime, principle, raw material, stem, stool: as vrish eh ad ec bun y clieau Bible; derivation, explanation, interpretation, meaning: dinsh shin da, as hug eh bun dooin er ny dreamalyn ain Bible; (of storm) eye, heart, root cause; base, bottom, foot, root, foundation, source, sole, underneath; end; dope, news; stump: va kione Dagon as e ghaa laue brisht jeh er sole y dorrys; cha row agh bun Dagon er-mayrn Bible; butt

moir-oyr (f.) primary cause, root cause

bun-earroo pl. bun-earrooyn digit, radix, root number

bunneydys accidence, basis, foundation, groundwork, origin, root

bun ny chengey root of the tongue

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

wild boar (n.) muc feïe: The wild boar out of the wood doth root it up - Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

astyrt ass pluck out; rooted up: Bee drogh-yantee er nyn astyrt ass ny fraueyn Bible; root up

binjean (f.) See pinjean curd, curdled milk, junket, yoghurt: shoh yn Kaart-Bee: Sollaghyn; Arran Curnaght; Arran Corkey; Arran Praase; Arran Oarn; Caashey; Bonnag dy Churranyn; Berreen Rass; Smuir Smeyragh; Binjean; Cooish as Jaagh. Dhoor; eelwrack root

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]

goaill ynnyd strike root: Son ta chymney goaill ynnyd lurg da sleih ve marroo Bible

reuyrey delve, dig, dig up, root, spade: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

stand for (v.) goaill yn ynnyd jeh; shassoo er son; shassoo son: And in that day there shall be a root of Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign of the people - As ayns y laa shen vees fraue jeh Jesse, nee shassoo son cullee dan pobble Bible

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