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to1 (prep.) da; rish, rishyn: Give everyone his due - Cur da ooilley nyn gair. JJK idiom Treat a fool according to his folly - Dell rish ommidan coardail rish e ommijys. JJK idiom; raad; dy

to2 (motion) dy: I will do my best to meet your kind wishes - N'eem my chooid share y yannoo dy huittym stiagh lesh nyn yeearreeyn kenjal. JJK idiom; dys: Don't go to the left - Ny immee dys y cheu toshtal. JJK idiom; gys: To whom are you writing? - Quoi gys t'ou screeu? JJK idiom; hug

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add to (v.) cur rish

alien to neughooghyssagh da

allied to caardys

belongs to she lesh

bring to (v.) cur lesh hug hene, scuirr

broach to (v.) saih hug y gheay

buckling to lhie rish yn obbyr

closest to sniessey da

close to (adv.) er gerrey da; faggys da: Close to the wind - Faggys da'n gheay. DF idiom

come to (v.) cheet huggey

extend to (v.) sheeyney magh gys

go to (impv) immee gys

heave to (v.) lhie hug

hove to (ny) lhie ec acker; (ny) lhie huggey; scuirrit

lay to (v.) ceau gys y gheay; cur ny lhie huggey; lhie rish y gheay

lean to jeen rish boalley

lie to (v.) lhie hug: Make the boat lie to - Cur er y vaatey lhie huggey. DF idiom; lhie 'sy lhiabbee

look to (v.) jeeaghyn ny yei

made to (v.) êginit

next to by-niessey da; sniessey da: The thing next to my heart - Yn red sniessey da my chree. DF idiom

owing to kyndagh rish: Owing to the dangers of the sea - Kyndagh rish danjeyryn ny marrey. DF idiom

partial to (v.) currit da

resort to (v.) jannoo ymmyd jeh: To resort to force - Dy yannoo ymmyd jeh lajerys. DF idiom

see to jeeagh ny lurg; jeeagh ny yei; jeeaghyn ny lurg; jeeaghyn ny yei

send to (v.) cur hug

set to goaill toshiaght: Let's set to - Lhig dooin goaill toshiaght. DF idiom; troiddey

stand to (v.) cur rish; fuirraghtyn fo armyn; (ny) lhie rish

stick to (v.) lhiantyn rish

subject to currit da: Subject to colds - Currit da feayraghtyn. DF idiom

submit to (v.) cur arrym da

take to (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er; (dy) gholl gys

to be dy ve: To be of kin to - Dy ve ny ghooinney mooinjerey da. DF idiom; ry-: He is to be hanged - T'eh ry-chroghey. DF idiom; traa ry-heet: The time to be - Yn traa ta ry-heet. DF idiom

to hand ec laue; ry laue

to her huic: Please, present my compliments to her - Cur my chorp-as-slaynt huic, my sailliu. JJK idiom; huick; (interrog.) huicksh; jee, jeeish; r'ee, reeish, r'eeish

to him da: I was sitting next to him - Va mee my hoie ny sniessey da. JJK idiom; dasyn; huggey: She writes to him every day - T'ee screeu huggey dagh laa. JJK idiom; huggeysyn; rish: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

to it da: Pay attention to it - Cur arrey da. DF idiom

to me hym, hyms, hyms: Send them to me without delay - Cur hym ad fegooish cumrail. JJK idiom; rhym, rhyms, rhym's: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom; (emph.) dooys: He appeared to me to be thinner than ever - V'eh jeeaghyn dooys dy ve ny shangey na rieau. JJK idiom; dou: Give it to me, or else send it to him - Cur dou eh, er-nonney cur huggey eh. JJK idiom

to meet raad

to pass gy-kione

to them daue: That will be very disagreeable to them - Bee shen feer neuhaitnyssagh daue. JJK idiom; dauesyn; huc, hucsyn; roo; roosyn: I'm speaking to you as well as to them - Ta mee chammah loayrt riuish as roosyn. JJK idiom

to us dooin, dooinyn: He was holding forth to us - V'eh cur barel dooin. DF idiom; hooin: He will come to us - Hig eh hooin. DF idiom; rooin, rooinyn; hooinyn

To victory (intj) Aboo

to you dhyt, dhyts, dhyt's; diu, diuish; hiu, hiuish; hood, hoods; rhyt, rhyts, rhyt's; riu, riuish; lhieuish

transfer to (v.) cur harrish gys

turn to (v.) goll da'n staartey

unbeknown to gyn yss da

wire to (v.) (to) streng-skeeal y chur; telegrafal

write to (v.) screeu rish

about to die er chee geddyn baase

according to law rere yn leigh; cordail rish y leigh: What shall we do unto the queen Vashti according to law - Cre nee mayd rish Vashti yn ven-rein cordail rish yleigh Bible

according to rule reiltagh

according to use rere cliaghtey

anxiously to wait for (v.) gimney

article to trade (v.) cur da

back to back (prep.) dreeym-ry-ghreeym; thoyn-ry-hoyn

back to front (adv.) dreeym er oaie

back to main home page er-ash dys yn ard-duillag thie

back to news manager index er-ash dys ayndagh y reireyder-naight

beg to move the motion (v.) shirrey kied yn treealtys y chur roish

belonging to a pledge gialtagh

belonging to the church (gen.) keeilley; killagh

call to mind (v.) aachooinaghtyn

ceasing to flow neuhaaley

Clerk to the Justices' Office (n.) Oik Cleragh ny Briwnyn

click to enlarge crig as mooadee

Closer to the Edge (n.) (Ny) Sniessey da'n Oirr

clothes reduced to rags (npl.) eeaddeeyn giubbylagh

come near to (v.) tayrn er-gerrey da

come to meet cheet quail

come to nothing (v.) cheet gys neunhee

come to pass (v.) cheet gy kione, taghyrt

come to the top (v.) cheet gys y vullagh

contrary to law (adj.) anleighagh

contributing to tillage (adj.) traauee

cruelty to animals dewilys noi beiyn

difficult to walk on lheibeidjagh

doing violence to jannoo niart er

done to a T (v.) coagyrit dy bollagh

earnestly to desire (v.) gimney

end to end (adj.) kione ry-cheilley; kione dys kione: From end to end of the ship - Veih kione dys kione jeh'n lhong. DF idiom

enough to cover palm basslagh

face to face (adj., adv.) eddin ry eddin

fall to the earth (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo

fall to the ground (v.) tuittym gys y thalloo: and did let none of his words fall to the ground - as cha lhig eh da veg jeh e ghoan dy huittym gys y thalloo Bible

fetch him to me lhiat hym eh

fit to eat follan; yn-ee

freedom to flourish seyrsnys dy vishaghey

from beginning to end veih toshiaght gys jerrey

from day to day veih laa dy laa: From day to day - Veih laa dy laa. DF idiom

from head to foot voish king gys coshey

from noon to darkness fastyr; fastyr mooar

from top to bottom voish bun gys baare

full to overflowing lum-lane

Gateway to Manx Heritage (n.) Entreilys dys Eiraght Vannin

Get thee to (impv) Fow royd: get thee to the prophets of thy father - fow royd gys phadeyryn dtayrey Bible; Cosne uss: Get thee to Anathoth - Cosne uss gys Anathoth Bible; Immee royd: get thee to thine own house - immee royd gys dty hie hene Bible; Gow royd: get thee to them of the captivity - gow royd hucsyn jehn chappeeys Bible

give attention to (v.) cur arrey da

give effect to (v.) cur greim da

give further effect to (v.) cur bree sodjey da

given to kissing paaghagh

going to be wet mooirjeenagh

Good luck to you (intj) Oorey vie ort; Noorey vie ort; Aigh vie ort: Good luck to you with it anyway - Aigh vie ort lesh ansherbee Bunnydys

Good riddance to him (intj) Blein vie ny yei

Go to Hell (intj) Immee gys Niurin

go to meet goll quail

Go to pot (intj) Immee gys Niurin; Immee gys yn Jouyll

Go to the Devil (intj) Immee gys yn Jouyll

hand to hand fighting (v.) caggey laue ry laue

hard to see comleayrtagh

he is entitled to cairys ec da

house to let (n.) thie ry-hoiaghey

how to join (yn) aght dy heet stiagh

Indefinite Leave to Remain (n.) Kied dy Hannaghtyn

in order to dys; gys; dy voddagh: In order to procure repose for others, he sacrificed his own - Dy voddagh eh geddyn fea da feallagh elley, ren eh cur seose yn fea echey hene. JJK idiom

in preference to me roym

insult added to injury faghid er skielley

interest to date (n.) use derrey yn laa t'ayn

in the world to come 'sy theihll ry heet

it seems to me er lhiam: There are it seems to me, pretty strong proofs of it - Er lhiam dy vel prowallyn feer niartal jeh ayn. JJK idiom

licence to trade (n.) kied dellal

listening to sounds eishtaghys

look up to (v.) cur arrym da

lump sticking to rear (n.) keshlagh

much to be pitied as mooarane erreeish er

near to me my choair

need to know feme er feddyn magh

not to mention gyn eie er

Oh to be (intj) Dy ve

owing to that kyndagh rish shen; trooid shen

party to legal action (n.) cohualtagh

pay homage to (v.) ooashlaghey

pay regard to (v.) cur arrey da

point to point race (n.) ratch eddyr daa phoynt

prior to that roish shen

prior to them rhymboo

prone to it croymmey huggey: He is prone to it - T'eh croymmey huggey. DF idiom

reduce to powder (v.) snoaisiney

shoulder to shoulder geaylin ry gheaylin

slow to answer cleaysh liauyr

slow to give milk striggagh

subject to styes (adj.) lheunicagh

tail to tail famman ry amman

take to the woods (v.) (to); (dy) gholl gys ny keylljyn

text to speech teks gys loayrt

Thanks be to God (intj) Booise da Jee

to and fro (adv.) hoal as wass; huggey as veih; noon as noal: They run to and fro - T'ad roie noon as noal. DF idiom

to any place (adv.) boayl erbee

to a T (adv.) cruinn jeeragh; glen

to be learned (v.) ry ynsaghey

To hell with it (intj) Dys Niurin lesh

to some extent ayns ayrn ennagh

to that intent cour shen

to the chest dys y chleeau

to the eastward lesh y niar; shiar

to the end gys y jerrey

to the full (adv.) giallaghey, magh as magh, tuckal, walkal

to the uttermost dys y chooid sodjey

to the west sheear

to trice a sail shiaull y chrappey seose

to turn turtle (v.) (to); (dy) gholl bun ry skyn

to your utmost fo dty reir

true to type (adj.) rere yn chynney

turn out to order (v.) jannoo rere oardagh

unable to rise er troggloo

unfit to eat neufollan

Universe - Yours to Discover (The) Tuinney - Dhyts Ry-gheddyn

up to the present derrey nish

Welcome to X Failt erriu gys X, Ta X cur failt erriu, Ta X bannaghey nyn mea

where to find us raad d'eddyn shin

witness to a will feanish chymnee

X belongs to Y ta X lesh Y

given to the consumption of alcohol iuagh

helping to support and promote all aspects of Manx culture on the Island cummal seose as cur er e hoshiaght cultoor Vannin

Manx Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (n.) Sheshaght Vannin son Lhiettal Dewilys rish Beiyn

person who is to shoot out the nets next (n.) aachorrey

Russian ambassador to the United Kingdom (n.) ambassadeyr Rooshagh rish y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit

To preserve whateer is left of Ancient Heritage Freayll yn chooid er mayrn jehn Chenn Eiraght

to the end of the world gys jerrey yn theihll

able (adj.) cummeydagh; fondagh: I don't know, but I think you'll be able to get some at C- - Cha saym, agh ta mee smooinaghtyn dy vod oo geddyn paart ec C-. JJK idiom He was able to speak Manx - Oddagh eh loayrt Gaelg. DF idiom Before I was able - Roish my doddin. DF idiom; (v.) jargal: Still, I hope you will be able to make a good breakfast - Foast, ta mee treishteil dy bee shiu jargal dy vrishey yn trostey eu dy-mie. JJK idiom Were you able to do that? - Row shiu jargal shen y yannoo? DF idiom; abyl: You are able - T'ou abyl. DF idiom; foddee: You are able - Foddee oo. DF idiom I think he'll be able to do that, and even more, without the least difficulty - Er lhiam dy vod eh jannoo shen, as eer ny smoo, fegooish yn doilleeid sloo. JJK idiom

house of mourning (n.) thie baaish; thie ny trimshee: It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting - Te ny share dy gholl gys thie ny trimshee, na gys thie ny cuirraghyn Bible; thie ny farrarey: Enter not into the house of mourning - Ny gow stiagh ayns thie ny farrarey Bible

sew1 (v.) fuailley; whaalley: Woe to the women that sew pillows to all armholes - Smerg da ny mraane ta whaalley pillaghyn [obbee] fo dagh uillin Bible; whaaley: A time to rend, and a time to sew - Traa dy rassey, as traa dy whaaley Bible

currit da liable, susceptible, tendency: Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF; given to, put to: Va bree currit da'n clattys shoh sy vlein 1974 erreish da'n thie lhionney shid ve sheidit seose ayns Birmingham as ram sleih marrooit. Carn; partial to, subject to; addicted: Ta mee currit da'n jough. DF; fond of

wont (n.) oash; (v.) boallagh: quicken me, according as thou art wont - cur bree ayn-ym myr boallagh oo Bible; bollagh: They were wont to speak in old time - Bollagh ad grasy chenn earish Bible; cliaghtey: was I ever wont to do so unto thee? - row mee rieau cliaghtey dy yannoo myr shoh dhyt? Bible; oallagh: and to all the places where David himself and his men were wont to haunt - as gys dy chooilley ynnyd va David as e gheiney oayllagh dy haaghey bible; oayllagh rish

jeeaghyn ny yei1 look to, see to

lhie hug heave to, lie to

according (prep.) (to) coardail; coardail rish: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; reir: According to his wishes - Reir e yeearreeyn. DF idiom; rere: According to his version - Rere yn skeeal echeysyn. DF idiom

ashamed (adj.) naaragh, nearagh; naarit; nearey er: You make me feel ashamed - T'ou cur nearey orrym. DF idiom; nearildagh: He is unable to work and ashamed to beg - Cha nod eh gobbragh as t'eh nearildagh jeirk y hirrey. DF idiom; neareydagh: You ought to be ashamed of yourself - By chair dhyt ve neareydagh jeed hene. DF idiom

attention (n.) arrey: Pay particular attention to this - Cur arrey er-lheh da shoh. DF idiom; frioose; geill: I've often told you so, you never pay any attention - Ta mee dy-mennick er n'insh dhyt myr shen, agh cha nel oo dy-bragh cur geill da. JJK idiom; tastey: I directed his attention to it - Hayrn mee y tastey echey da. DF idiom; tastid: I must draw your attention to this matter - Shegin dou tayrn dty hastid hug y chooish shoh. DF idiom

breast breast; broghil; broghilley; brollagh; cleeau: She clasped him to her breast - Ren ee goaill eh dys y chleeau eck. DF idiom; cleeauraghey; kee; keeagh: To give the child the breast - Dy chur y cheeagh da'n lhiannoo. DF idiom; oghrish: She pressed him to her breast - Hionn ee eh da'n oghrish eck. DF idiom; sheeiney; sheeint; ught

debt feeaghan, feeaghyn: You would pay your debts - Eeckagh shiu nyn veeaghyn. JJK idiom; lhiastanys, lhiastynys: It is better to go to bed without supper than to rise in debt - Share goll dy lhie fegooish shibber na g'irree ayns lhiastynys. JJK idiom; sthangan

give2 (v.) (to); (dy) chur: I beg you to give the subject a moment's consideration - Ta mee guee erriu dy chur da'n chooish geill shallid. JJK idiom; choyrt: When the hand ceases to give, the mouth ceases to praise - Tra scuirrys y laue dy choyrt, scuirrys yn beeal dy voylley. JJK idiom

lose (v.) caill; coayl: if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the widerness - as coayl unnane jeu nagh vel eh faagail yn chiare-feed as yn nuy jeig ayns yn aasagh Bible; (to); (dy) choayl: or have caused the owners thereof to lose their life - ny er chur orroosyn by-liesh ve dy choayl nyn mioys Bible; (to); (dy) choayll: A time to get, and a time to lose - Traa dy chosney, as traa dy choayll Bible

shall run roieys: One post shall run to meet another - Roieys post quail post Bible; roie-ee: they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the Lord - roie-ee ad noon as noal dy hirrey goo yn Chiarn Bible

stoop cleayney; croym-lhinganys; croymmey: He had to stoop to go through the doorway - Begin da croymmey dy gholl trooid yn dorrys. DF idiom; cruittys; lhoobey; imlaghey; injillaghey: I wouldn't stoop to that - Cha jinnin ginjillaghey mee hene da shen. DF idiom

straddle (n.) maidjey, scarrey goal; (v.) shassoo scart; soie scart: To straddle a chair - Dy hoie scart er caair. DF idiom; scarrey: To straddle a horse - Dy scarrey er chabbyl. DF idiom; bwoalley daaheuagh: To straddle a target - Dy woalley er yn daa heu jeh. DF idiom

succour commar; commarey; coamrey, cur cooney da; fastee; cooney lesh: when the Syrians of Damascus came to succour Hadadezer king of Zobah - tra haink Syrianee Ghamascus dy chooney lesh Hadadezer ree Zobah Bible; kemmyrk: thou art my succour, haste thee to help me - she uss my chemmyrk; jean siyr dy chooney lhiam Bible; (to); (dy) niartaghey: he is able to succour them that are tempted - t'eh pooaral dy niartaghey lhieusyn ter nyn browal [lesh seaghyn.] Bible

without1 (prep.) gyn eie er; fegooish: It is better to go to bed without supper than to rise in debt - Share goll dy lhie fegooish shibber na g'irree ayns lhiastynys. JJK idiom; dyn, gyn: She went away without seeing anybody - Hie ee roee dyn jeeaghyn pagh erbee. JJK idiom; cheumooie, mooie: This church isn't very striking outside - Cha nel y cheeill shoh feer yindyssagh cheumooie. JJK idiom

da (=Ir. ) 1 for, to a: hug ee keeagh da e mac, derrey v'eh charbaït Bible; 2 his, to him, to it: t'eh geiyrt orroo lesh e ghoan, agh cha vel geill oo da. Bible; 3 father: Aghterbee, ta leshtal mie aym nish dy chur fys hiu dy vel Dada nish Daa, as Mama nish Maa, my Haney as my Warree myr jir Juan dy gerrid.

gimney anxiously to wait for; earnestly to desire; expecting anxiously


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