Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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spoken loayrit: English is spoken everywhere - Ta Baarle loayrit dy-chooilley raad. JJK idiom; raait; rait; tagglooit


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spoken language (n.) caaynt, chengey vio

spoken word (n.) caaynt

flowery spoken person (n.) blaader

caaynt (f.) spoken language, spoken word, talk: She Bretnish yn ghlare chadjin ta goll er loayrt sy halley shoh as s'ooraghey t'eh dy chlashtyn caaynt elley ayns ynnyd Baarle. GB

tagglooit spoken

civil-spoken jeih-loayrtagh

fair-spoken jesh-loayrtagh

free-spoken (adj.) foshlit, neucheiltynagh

ill-spoken mee-loayrit

plain-spoken neu-ymloayrtagh

rough-spoken (adj.) garroo

smooth-spoken (adj.) so-loayrtagh

soft-spoken kiune-vreearagh; meeley

well-spoken (adj.) jeih-loayrtagh; jeih-ocklagh

jeih-loayrtagh civil-spoken, well-spoken

jeih-ocklagh eloquent, well-spoken

jesh-loayrtagh articulate, fair-spoken, silver-tongued

kiune-vreearagh soft-spoken

mee-loayrit ill-spoken

neucheiltynagh frank, free-spoken, undissembling

neu-ymloayrtagh plain-spoken, plainspoken

so-loayrtagh smooth-spoken

blaader babbler, boring person, flowery spoken person, tub thumper; (of person) wide mouth

loayrit oral, spoken: Ta shen loayrit dy mie. Bible

rait said, spoken: Son shickyrys te cooie dy ve rait rish Jee Bible

eloquence (n.) jesh-focklaght: Has anybody ever spoken with more eloquence than Cicero and Demosthenes? - Vel persoon erbee rieau er loayrt lesh ny smoo dy yesh-focklaght na Cicero as Demosthenes? JJK idiom; loayrtalys

words (npl.) fockleyn; focklyn: At these words she wept for joy - Ec ny focklyn shoh cheayn ee son boggey. JJK idiom; goan: When Jesus had spoken these words - Tra va Yeesey er loayrt ny goan shoh

chengey vio (f.) spoken language: My ta shiu loayrt Gaelg myr chengey vio, cha mie lhieu eh. Carn

raait See rait spoken; called: as shoh yn cheyoo vee jeeish va raait dy ve gennish Bible

commandment (n.) abbyrts; sarey: he gave them in commandment all that the Lord had spoken - hug eh daue ayns sarey ooilley ny van Chiarn er loayrt Bible; currym; oardagh: according to the commandment of the Lord - cordail rish oardagh yn Chiarn Bible

diviners (npl.) fallogyssee: Therefore hearken not ye to your prophets, nor to your diviners - Shen-y-fa ny cur-jee geill da ny phadeyryn eu, ny da ny fallogyssee Bible; fir-obbee: For the idols have spoken vanity, and the diviners have seen a lie - Son ta ny jallooyn er loayrt fardalys, as ny fir-obbee er vakin breg Bible

everywhere (adv.) dagh ooilley ard; dagh ooilley raad: English is spoken everywhere - Ta Baarle loayrit dy-chooilley raad. JJK idiom; dagh ooilley voayl: Man is everywhere the same - Ta dooinney yn lheid cheddin dy- chooilley raad. JJK idiom; dagh ynnyd; gagh ynnyd; ooilley mygeayrt: The water had got in everywhere - Va'n ushtey er jeet stiagh ooilley mygeayrt. DF idiom

I will not leave cha vaag-ym: I will not leave you - cha vaag-ym oo Bible; cha dreig-ym: I will not leave thee, until I have done that which I have spoken to thee of - cha dreig-ym oo, derrey veem er chooilleeney shen, my-e-chione ta mee er loayrt rhyt Bible

foshlit (=Ir. oscailte) 1 agape, ajar, blatant, downright, exploded, exposed, extrovert, forthcoming, free-spoken, open, open-necked, overt, patent, public, unfastened, unobstructed, unsealed a: va uinniagyn yn aer foshlit. Bible; 2 (as credit) blank

garroo (=Ir. garbh) coarse, crude, gross, harsh, husky, jagged, low, pockmarked, raw, rough-and-tumble, rough-spoken, rugged, scraggy, stubbly, uncouth, undressed, unpolished, vulgar; pock-marked; (of weather) dirty; (as sea) stormy; (as ground) uneven; boisterous, ill-mannered, naughty, rude; shaggy; rough: ny raaidyn garroo er nyn yannoo rea Bible; coarse-fibred, hairy

meeley bland, delicate, gentle, mangling, moisten, silky, smooth, soft, soft-spoken, yielding: Ta ansoor meeley meeinaghey corree Bible; (to touch) fine; sedate

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