Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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trouble1 boir, seaghyn; boirey: She has nothing but trouble - Cha nel veg eck agh boirey. JJK idiom; boiraghey, boirey er, jannoo er, seaghnaghey; trubbyl; tooilleil

trouble2 (bereavement) seaghney; trimshey


Inexact matches:

digestive trouble chingys ghailley

engine trouble anghleashey

eye trouble chingys sooilley

lung trouble (n.) gorley scowanagh

of trouble (dy) heaghyn: This day is a day of trouble - Tan laa shoh laa dy heaghyn Bible

Do not trouble me (intj) Ahlah

out of trouble ass seaghyn: Seldom is a hasty man out of trouble - S'tiark ta dooinney siyragh ass seaghyn. JJK idiom

anghleashey engine trouble

boiraghey trouble

chingys sooilley (f.) eye trouble

gorley scowanagh lung trouble

Ahlah (intj) Do not trouble me

dowrin pl. dowrinyn (congenital) disease; trouble

seaghnaghey afflict, aggrieve, distress, grieve, trouble

trimshey (f.) dolour, heaviness, sadness, sorrow, trouble: ver shiu nyn anmeenyn fo trimshey Bible

trubbyl trouble: cre s'lhiass dhyt trubbyl sodjey y chur er y vainshter? Bible

considerable (adj.) geiltagh; mooarane: I had considerable trouble at first - Va mooarane boirey aym ec y toshiaght. JJK idiom

creator (n.) crootagh: He is the creator of the trouble - T'eshyn y crootagh jeh'n boirey. DF idiom

filling (v.) dooney; lughtaghey; pronney; taah; lhieeney: He is filling the house with trouble - T'eh lhieeney yn thie lesh boirey. DF idiom

hasty (adj.) gaskeydagh; joltee; siyragh: Seldom is a hasty man out of trouble - S'tiark ta dooinney siyragh ass seaghyn. JJK idiom; tappee

heart (n.) att; bun; cree: He has heart trouble - Ta'n cree echey jannoo er. DF idiom

knee (v.) bwoalley lesh y ghlioon; (n.) glioon: The trouble is seated in the knee - 'Sy ghlioon ta mooir yn olk. DF idiom; gliooney

take1 (v.) goaill: I would not like to trouble you - Cha b'laik lhiam boirey shiu JJK idiom; troggal; gow: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; trog-jee

ass seaghyn out of trouble: Shoh adsyn haink ass seaghyn mooar, as t'er niee nyn goamraghyn, as er ghiallaghey ad liorish fuill yn Eayn. Bible

boir 1 trouble: Ny boir mee tan dorrys nish jeight, as ta my chloansy lhiabbee marym Bible; 2 racked a: Voir mee er my hinchyn lesh Bible

boirey (=Ir. buaireamh) confusion, disruption, distraction, embarrassment, heartache, molestation, nuisance, perturbation, row, strife, trouble, unrest: bee dy chooilley pheeikeyr jannoo boirey Bible; worrier; (v.) annoy, care, confuse, disturb, preoccupy, worry; altercation

boirey er aggrieve, bother, disconcert, disrupt, distract, embarrass, madden, niggle, perplex, perturb, pester, put upon, trouble, unsettle, vex, worry: Ta'n feeyn boirey er y volg echey. DF

chingys ghailley (f.) digestive trouble, stomach ache, bellyache: Va chingys ghailley agglagh jannoo orrym yn shiaghtin va mee son reaghey Dhooraght, as va mee currit gys y thie lheihys rish laa ny ghaa. Dhoor

heaghyn (dy) of trouble: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

jannoo er ail, prey upon, trouble, wage war: Er aght ennagh, ta'n boirey cheddin er ve jannoo er ny Celtiee ooilliu. Carn

seaghney (bereavement) trouble: Ta my hooill seaghney my chree, son ooilley inneenyn my ard-valley Bible; vex

seaghyn (f.) pl. seaghynyn adversity, affliction, grief, grieving, sorrow, tribulation; woe, troubles: ta ymmodee uilk as seaghyn er duittym orroo Bible; (v.) trouble, vex

tooilleil (f.) pl. tooilleilyn donkeywork, drudge, drudgery, elbow grease, fatigue, laboriousness, labour, tire, tiresomeness, toil, travail, trouble, weary, wearying: nee'n pobble tooilleil ayns fardail Bible

first (yn) chied: You have been the first to come to see us - Ta shiu yn chied phersoon dy chur shilley orrin. JJK idiom; kied; toshiagh: I had considerable trouble at first - Va mooarane boirey aym ec y toshiaght. JJK idiom; (suf.) -toshee; hoshiaght: First the house was burnt and then the church - Hoshiaght va'n thie loshtit as eisht yn cheeill. JJK idiom

lovers (npl.) gliminee, maarderyn; caarjyn: My lovers and my neighbours did stand looking upon my trouble - Hass my chaarjyn as my naboonyn jeeaghyn er my heaghyn Bible; gimmanyn; graihderyn: All thy lovers have forgotten thee - Ta ooilley dty ghraihderyn er dty yarrood Bible; ainjyssee: among all her lovers she hath none to comfort her - mastey ooilley e ainjyssee cha vel unnane dy gherjaghey Bible

seiy agitate, bear down, churn, churning, foment, fomentation, knife, litter, lunge, mixing, mixture, prod, propel, propulsion, protrusion, push, pushing, shove, shoving, stick, stir, stir up, thrust, tilt, tilting, transfix; (of bull) gore; upstroke; dipped: varr ad mannan jeh ny goair, as seiy ad yn cooatsyn uill Bible; troubled: ny diunidyn myrgeddin vad er nyn seiy Bible; wallow, muddy: jean aanrit-sack y chryssey mood, as seiy oo henesy leoie Bible; mingle, mix up: nee ad seiy ad hene fud sluight deiney Bible; stab: Lesh y chied seiy dy chosney yn varriaght DF; trouble: ren oo seiy ny ushtaghyn lesh dty chassyn Bible; mingled

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