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ynsagh (=Ir. ionsaí) education, knowledge, learning, lore, study, teaching, tuition: cha vel ad er n'eaishtagh dy ghoaill ynsagh Bible; learn


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gyn ynsagh 1 (person) lowbred; 2 uncultured, uneducated, unlearned, unlettered, unread, unscholarly, unschooled: a: Agh my ta ooilley phadeyrys, as dy jig stiagh fer nagh vel credjal, ny gyn ynsagh, teh coyrlit lieriu ooilley Bible

mean ynsagh secondary education

ynsagh blaa anthology

ynsagh crauee doctrine: Chamoo dy chur geill da raaghyn fardalagh, as coontey fegooish bun ny baare er sheelogheyn, ta doostey questionyn [streeuagh], ny smoo na ynsagh crauee, ta ayns credjue. Bible

ynsagh keayin nautical knowledge

ynsagh lioaragh book learning

ynsagh neufollan unwholesome doctrine

ynsagh siyrit accelerated learning

ynsagh sodjey further education: As er y nah laa va reilltee kynneeyn ooilley'n pobble er nyn jaglym cooidjagh, ny saggyrtyn as ny Leviteyn, gys Ezra yn scrudeyr, dy gheddyn ynsagh sodjey ayns goan y leigh. Bible

er y beggan ynsagh unlearned

fer er drogh ynsagh ignorant person

Jeean er Ynsagh Passionate about Learning

Moggyl Ynsagh Lhiasee Vannin Manx Development Education Network

Shirveish cour Sharaghey Ynsagh (f.) Education Improvement Service

Shirveish Sharee Ynsagh (f.) Education Improvement Service

Ynnyd Pohlldal Ynsagh Education Support Centre

ynsagh magh da hene self-educated

ynsagh ny h-emshir weather lore

Colleish Ellan Vannin son Ynsagh Sodjey as Syrjey Isle of Man College of Further and Higher Education

Education Improvement Service (n.) Shirveish Sharee Ynsagh, Shirveish cour Sharaghey Ynsagh

unlearned almoragh; er y beggan ynsagh; gyn scoill; gyn ynsagh; gyn ynsaghey; meehushtagh; neuynsit

accelerated learning (n.) ynsagh siyrit

book learning (n.) ynsagh lioaragh

doctrine (n.) aaraue, ynsagh crauee

education (n.) edjaghys: Classical education - Edjaghys classicagh. DF idiom; ynsagh: He hasn't much education - Cha nel monney ynsagh echey. DF idiom

learning lioaraght; scoill; ynsagh: Learning is the fine clothing of the rich man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh. DF idiom; gynsagh: Learning to talk - Gynsagh loayrtys. DF idiom

lore (n.) oayllys, ynsagh

lowbred (adj.) (person) gyn ynsagh

nautical knowledge (n.) ynsagh keayin

teaching ynsagh, gynsagh

tuition (n.) ynsagh

uncultured (adj.) almoragh, gyn ynsagh

uneducated1 (adj.) gyn ynsagh, neuynsit

unlettered (adj.) gyn ynsagh, neuynsit

unscholarly (adj.) gyn ynsagh, neuschoillaragh

unwholesome doctrine (n.) ynsagh neufollan

drogh-ynsagh bad manners, ignorance, illiteracy: Cur twoaie, my vac, nagh n'eaisht oo rish y drogh-ynsagh shen Bible

Army Education (n.) Ynsagh-armee

bad manners (n.) drogh-ellyn, drogh-ynsagh

co-education co-edjaghys; co-ynsagh

erudition (n.) dowin-ynsagh

illiteracy (n.) drogh-ynsagh, neulettyraght, neuynsagh

ineducable (adj.) do-ynsagh, neuynsagh

learn (v.) ynsaghey; ynsagh: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; ynsee: Learn it by heart - Ynsee eh liorish cree. JJK idiom

pedant (n.) pedant, ynsagh-yesheeneyr

pedantic (adj.) pedantagh; ynsagh-yesheeneyragh

pedantry (n.) pedantaght, ynsagh-yesheeneyraght

self-educated (adj.) ynsagh magh da hene

self-instruction (n.) hene-ynsagh

tutorial (n., adj.) co-ynsagh

weather lore ynsagh ny h-emshir

co-ynsagh co-education; tutorial

dowin-ynsagh erudition

do-ynsagh ineducable

hene-ynsagh self-instruction

Ynsagh-armee Army Education

ynsagh-yesheeneyr pedant

ynsagh-yesheeneyragh pedantic

ynsagh-yesheeneyraght (f.) pedantry

anthology (n.) skeealyn chaglit, teihys daaneyn, ynsagh blaa

Education Support Centre (n.) Ynnyd Pohlldal Ynsagh; Ynnyd-ynsee Pohlldal

further education (n.) ynsagh sodjey, edjaghys sodjey

ignorant person (n.) fer er drogh ynsagh

Manx Development Education Network (n.) Moggyl Ynsagh Lhiasee Vannin

Passionate about Learning Jeean er Ynsagh

secondary education (n.) mean edjaghys, mean ynsagh

unread (adj.) gyn lhaih, gyn ynsagh, neulhaiht

unschooled (adj.) gyn scoill, gyn ynsagh, neuynsit

gerrymoil professional: Ta ynsagh gerrymoil echey. DF

eshyn he, him, himself: Eshyn shynney lesh ynsagh, shynney lesh tushtey Bible

siyrit accelerated, hastened: Foddee dy vod Ynsagh Siyrit cooney lhien. Dhoor

clothing coamrey: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the dooinney poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom; eaddagh; coamraghyn

How far (interrog.) Cre choud: How far have we to learn? - Cre choud shegin dooin ynsagh? JJK idiom

ignorance (n.) almorys: Through ignorance - Ass almorys. DF idiom; almoraght, anoayllys, dellidys, drogh-ynsagh, meehushtey, neufys, neuhoiggaltys, mee-hushtey; marrannys

imagine (v.) sheiltyn, shein; smooinys; smooinaghtyn: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; smooinee

impossible (n., adj.) neuyannooagh, neuchredjallagh; neu phossible; neuyantagh: It's impossible for me to learn my lesson - Te neuyantagh dou dy ynsagh my lessoon. JJK idiom; erskyn smaght

Isle of Man College of Further and Higher Education (n.) Colleish Ellan Vannin son Ynsagh Sodjey as Syrjey

lesson (n.) lessoon: It's impossible for me to learn my lesson - Te neuyantagh dou dy ynsagh my lessoon. JJK idiom; (v.) ynsaghey lessoon da

stately (adj.) staydoil, staydoilagh, stoamagh, styrdal; stoamey: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the dooinney poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

study (n.) halley studeyrys, shamyr studeyrys; (v.) jannoo studeyrys er; scoillarys, studeyrys; ynsagh: You talk more than you study - Ta shiu taggloo ny smoo na gynsagh. JJK idiom; ynsee: Study your lessons - Ynsee nyn lessoonyn. JJK idiom

brasnee affronting, aggravating, baiting, insulting, irritating, jarring, urge: kyndagh rish peccaghyn brasnee e vec Bible; provoke: As shiuish ayraghyn, ny brasnee-jee nyn gloan gys corree: agh trog-jee ad ayns ynsagh as aggle y Chiarn. Bible

cassanyn paths: Ta mee er dty ynsagh ayns raad ny creenaght: ta mee er dty leeideil ayns cassanyn jeeragh Bible

cheet er e hoshiaght gain: Nee dooinney creeney geaishtagh, as cheet er e hoshiaght ayns ynsagh Bible

cossylagh medium: ta'n Ghailck doccaragh daue; shegin da ve kione mie cossylagh ec fer erbee dy ynsagh y Ghailck, as cooinee jee shoh Coraa

croym bent, bowed, bowing, drooped, rounded, stooped; bend; incline: Croym dty chree gys ynsagh Bible

eaishtagh See geaishtagh attentive, harken, hear, hearken, listen, listen in: Nagh jean shiu ynsagh y ghoaill dy eaishtagh rish my ghoan? Bible; confess; earshot

er dy chooilley aght by all means: Been ynsagh echey lheid shen er dy chooilley aght dy bee Jee er ny akin ayn. CS

fadeyrys prophecy: Va ny Yernee coontey mie jeh'n Ven shen as ayns shenn skeealyn ta'n Ven-Jee kianglt lesh ynsagh, bardoonys, lheihys, fadeyrys as obbyr-veainey Dhoor

keeayl (f.) connotation, discretion, wisdom, wit, wits: Gow my ynsagh roish argid, as keeayl roish yn airh s'costal. Bible; (of word) denotation

keeaylagh eloquent; prudent: Eh ta creeney ayns cree, vees enmyssit keeaylagh, as ta miljid glare ny meillyn bishaghey ynsagh. Bible

lane airh auriferous: Fow-jee ynsagh lesh sym mooar dy argid, as jean-jee lane airh y chosney lioree. Apoc; plenty of gold

leshtal son excuse for: As ny smooinee dy jean laccal ynsagh dty leshtal son gyn shoh y yannoo. CS; makeshift

lhiam pene by myself: Cha vel my ynsagh lhiam pene, agh leshyn t'er my choyrt. Bible

lhiasaghey bea correction, conversion: te vondeishagh son ynsagh, son oghsan, son lhiasaghey bea, son tushtey ayns ynrickys Bible

ooilley-cooidjagh altogether, en masse, quite: Agh t'ad ooilley-cooidjagh bolvaneagh as gyn tushtey; ta'n jalloo ny ynsagh dy ardalys. Bible

shappal (=Ir. siopáil) shop, shopping: Ta Mynjeig 4 bentyn rish ynsagh as obbyr, as ta Mynjeig 5 dellal rish shirveishyn goll rish arraghey, slaynt, bree, çhellinsh, shappal as argidys. Dhoor

traa t'er n'gholl shaghey yesterdays: Son cre-erbee ny reddyn v'er nyn scrieu 'sy traa t'er n'gholl shaghey, v'ad scruit son yn ynsagh ain Bible

ymmyrkey bea manner of life: as ayns shen ta ynsagh dy liooar ayd, my ta agh fys ayd cre'n aght nee oo ymmyd jeh ayns dt'ymmyrkey bea CS; way of life

easy1 (adj., adv.) bog, dy aashagh, sasdagh; aashagh: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; soccoil: Easy life - Bea soccoil. DF idiom; (pref.) so-: That's easy done - Ta shen so-yannoo DF idiom

knowledge (n.) enn, enney, oayllys, ynsagh; fys: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; fyssyree; tushtey: And he hath filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in knowledge - As teh er lhieeney eh lesh spyrryd Yee, ayns creenaght, ayns tushtey Bible; tushtagh

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

try eab, feysht; eabbey: Thank you, I'll try to learn it in less time - Gura mie eu, eabym dy ynsagh eh ayns ny sloo dy hraa. JJK idiom; fidraghtyn; tryal; shirrey; (impv) prow: Try them, if you please - Prow ad, my sailliu. JJK idiom; prowal: Will you allow me to try it? - Jean shiu lhiggey dou prowal eh? JJK idiom

wish mian: I wish to say - S'mian lhiam gra. DF idiom; mianey; yerkal; baill; soulaghey; geearree: I wish for money - Ta mee geearree argid. DF idiom; yeearree; sailt: Why do you wish us to learn this? - Cre'n fa sailt shin dy ynsagh eh shoh? JJK idiom

dy moyrnagh proudly: Agh adsyn ta gymmyrkey ad hene dy moyrnagh, as dy mooaralagh, trooid drogh-ynsagh, nee tayrn scammylt er ooashley nyn gynney. Apoc

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