Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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wave1 (n.) tonn: For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea - son teshyn ta lheaystey [’sy chredjue] goll-rish tonn ny marrey Bible

wave2 (of emotion) tonney

wave3 (of hand) craa: And he shall wave the sheaf before the Lord - As nee eshyn craa noon as noal yn vunney fenish y Chiarn Bible; leaystey

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carrier wave (n.) tonn ymmyrkagh

cold wave (n.) tonn feayr

heat wave (n.) skallane chiass; tonn hiass

large wave (n.) faarkey

light wave (n.) tonn hollysh

long wave (n.) tonn liauyr

medium wave (n.) mean honnagh, tonn veanagh

short wave (n.) tonn ghiare

sound wave (n.) sheean-honn

tidal wave (n.) thoilley marrey, tonn hidee

wave top (n.) baare faarkee

wave trap (n.) tonnribbey

Farm of the Wave (n.) Balley ny Tonney

Rock of the Wave (n.) Carrick y Tonn

wave as hair (v.) cur cassey ayns folt, cur tonney ayns folt

wave of emotion raght

baare faarkee wave top

mean honnagh medium wave

sheean-honn (f.) sound wave

skallane chiass heat wave

thoilley marrey tidal wave

tonn feayr (f.) cold wave

tonn ghiare (f.) short wave

tonn hiass (f.) heat wave

tonn hidee (f.) tidal wave

tonn hollysh (f.) light wave

tonnribbey (f.) wave trap

tonn veanagh medium wave

tonn ymmyrkagh (f.) carrier wave

wave-detector (n.) tonn-vrahder

wave-meter (n.) tonnveih

wave-setting taah tonn

wave-swept tonnagh; tonnoil

taah tonn wave-setting

tonnveih wave-meter

tonn-vrahder (f.) wave-detector

Balley ny Tonney Farm of the Wave

Carrick y Tonn Rock of the Wave

cur cassey ayns folt wave as hair

cur tonney ayns folt wave as hair

tonnoil billowy, undulating, waveswept, wave-swept

tonney (of emotion) wave; waviness: Tonney y chur ayns dt'olt. DF

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

curl baare: On the curl of the wave - Er baare y tonn. DF idiom; cassag; cassey; curlal; feogh; keshag; kessey

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

waved criht: that the breast may be waved for a wave offering - dy vod y breast ve criht noon as noal, son oural Bible; tonnagh

faarkee of bathing; large wave: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

raght (of anger) blaze; burst, nature, orgasm, sexual climax, spasm, violent emotion, wave of emotion: Ayns raght ny barriaght. DF

tonn (f.) pl. tonnyn billow, wave: son t'eshyn ta lheaystey ['sy chredjue] goll-rish tonn ny marrey Bible

tonnagh billowy, undulating, undulatory, waved, waveswept, wavy, wave-swept: Yn faarkey glass tonnagh foin. DF

tonn liauyr (f.) long wave: Ta sleih ennagh gaccan mychione ocsyn ta noi cur er bun stashoon-radio tonn liauyr faggys da Rhumsaa. Dhoor

craa brandish, dither, dodder, flicker, flutter, jog, jolt, judder, quake, quaver, rustle, shake, shiver, shock, tremble, vibrate; (shake) jar; (of head) toss; (of hand) wave; (as singer) trill, wobble; rent: ren yn ard-valley craa lesh y feiyr oc Bible; sprinkle; ring; warble; wag: dagh fer hed shaghey thassane ayns craid, as craa e laue urree Bible; trembling

faarkey (=Ir. farraige, Sc.G. fairge) pl. faarkaghyn billow, breaker, large wave, ocean, sea, swell: denmys Jee yn thalloo chirrym Ooir; as chaglym cooidjagh ny ushtaghyn denmys eh Faarkaghyn Bible; (to) bathe, bathe in sea: shegin da niee e eaddagh, as faarkey eh hene ayns ushtey Bible [O.Ir. fairrge]

leaystey 1 bank, boggle, brandish, dangle, fluctuate, heel, hesitate, loll, oscillate, rock, roll, see-saw, sway, swerve, swing, swing back, vacillate, waddle a: Caid ta shiu leaystey eddyr daa chredjue? Bible; 2 balancing, fluctuating, hesitating, lolling, reeling, rocking, swinging, swaying, vacillating, waddling, wavering; 3 (of hand) wave; 4 (of fixture) waver; 5 fluctuation, hesitation, oscillation, vacillation; 6 decline: cha jean oo leaystey veihn vriwnys oc, gys y laue yesh ny gys y laue chiare Bible; 7 reel, stagger: teh cur orroo dy leaystey myr dooinney meshtal. Bible; 8 tossed: fardalys leaystey noon as noal mâroosyn ta geiyrt er toyrt-mow Bible; 9 stumble: tad mollit ayns ashlish, tad leaystey ayns briwnys Bible; 10 jumping: sheean freaney ny queeylyn, as lheimyraght ny cabbil, as leaystey ny fainee. Bible; 11 unstable


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