Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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yngyn (=Ir. ingne) pl. yngnyn hoof: Cre-erbee ta rheynn yn yngyn, shen nee shiu gee. Bible [O.Ir. ingen]

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hoof (n.) crub, ingin, spaag, yngyn; (v.) cur braag da: Hoof out - Yn vraag y chur da. DF idiom

caigney chew, file, gnaw, mumble, munch, rasp: As y conning, ga dy vel eh caigney cheeilley, agh cha vel eh rheynn yn yngyn, te neughlen Bible; chewing

callinyn carcases: Callinyn dagh baagh ta rheynn yn yngyn, as nagh vel e chass skeilt, ny caigney-cheeilley, tad neu-ghlen diu Bible

conning (=Ir. coinin) (f.) pl. conneeyn, conninyn, conningyn bunny, cony, rabbit: jeusyn ta rheynn yn yngyn skeilt; lheid as y camel, as y mwaagh, as y conning Bible [L. cuniculus]


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