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Manx English Pronunciation

Manx English Pronunciation

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Isle of Man - Manx-English language guide to pronunciation.
Isle of Man - Manx-English language guide to pronunciation.

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Ayndagh Gaelg-Baarle / Manx-English Index
Notes on guide to pronunciation:
kh
is the
ch
sound in Scottish
loch
.
aa
sounds like
ai
in English fair.
oh
sounds like the
o
in Northern English
no
.
ow
rhymes with English
how
.
th
is the
th
in English
that
.Capital letters show where the stress is.
A
aarloo (ERR-loo) - readyad (add) - they, themad shen (add-SHEN) - thosead shoh (add-SHAW) - theseaeg (aag) - youngagglagh (AGG-lakh) - awfulaggle (aggl) - fearaght (akh, akht) - way, manneraghtal (AKHT-al) - cleveraigh (aykh) - luck aighoil (aykh-OLE) - luckyain (ine) - at usanmagh (ANN-makh) - lateansherbee (ANSH-er-BEE) - anywayard (erd) - high; chief ard-raad mooar (ERD-raad- MOOR)- superhighwayargane (arg-AAN) - a dispute, an argumentargid (ERG-id) - moneyArragh (ARR-akh) - Springyn Arragh (an-Yarr-akh) - the Springarran (ARR-an) - breadarrane (arr-AAN) - a songarratys (ARR-ad-uss) - appendicitisas (azz) - andass (ass) - out of aundyryn (OWN-da-rin) - prizesAveril (AA-va-ril) - Aprilawin (OW-in) - riverawinyn (OW-iin-un) - riversawree (OW-ree) - soupawree-eeastee (OW-ree-YEEST- ee) - fish soupayd (edd) - at you (singular, familiar)aym (imm) - at meayn (awn) - in, in it, in himayndagh (AWN-dakh) - indexayns (unnss) - in: ayns y valley (UNNSS-a-VAL-ya) - in the townayns shen (unnss-SHEN) - thereayns shoh (unnss-SHAW) - here
baa (baa)- of (a) cowBaarle (berl) - English languagebaatey (BAAD-a) - boatBaie ny Carrickey (BAA-ee-na- KARR-ick-a) -Bay ny Carrickeybainney (BANN-ya) - milk balley (BAL-ya) - townBalley Chashtal (BAL-ya-KHASH- chal) -CasteltownBalley Keeill Vayl (BAL-ya-keel- VAAL) -Michael VillageBalley ny Loghey (bal-LA) - Ballaughbaljyn (BAL-jun) - townsbare (bare) - would be betterbare lhiam (bare-l'yamm) - I would preferBarroole Jiass (barr-OOL-JASS) - South Barrulebarroose (barr-OOSS) - busbassag (BAZZ-ag) - tennisbassag-boayrd (BAZZ-ag-BORD) - table tennisbeagh oo? (BEE-ukh-oo) - would you be?bee (bee) - foodbee! (bee) - be!bee (bee) - will bebee eh (BEE-a) - he will be, it will bebee eh? (BEE-a) - will it be?bee ee (BEE-ee) - she will be, it will be
 
bee ish (BEE-ish) - she will be, it will bebegin dhyt (bine-dut) - you had tobeemayd (B'YIMM-udj)-we will bebeeym, bee'm (BEE-um) - I'll bebeg (beg) - small, littlebeggan (BEGG-an) - a littleben (ben, beddn) - womanben-lhee (ben-l'yee) - a doctor (woman)bentyn rish (BENT-in-rish) -concerningberrishyn (BERR-ish-an) - berriesberrishyn-feeyney (BERR-ish-an- FEE-a-na) -grapesbilley (BILL-ya) - treebiljyn (BILL-jin) - treesblein (blayn) - yearBlein Vie Noa (blayn-vy no) -Happy New Yearbluckan (BLUGG-an) - ballbluckan-coshey (BLUGG-an- KAWZH-a) -footballBoaldyn (BAWL-dun) - Mayboayl (bawl) - a placeboght (bawkh) - poorboirit (BURR-it) - worriedbraew (brow) - finebragh: dy bragh (the-BRAAKH, the-BRAA) -everbraghtanyn (BRAKH-tan-an) - sandwichesbrastyl (brasstl) - a classbree (bree) - energy; steamBreeshey (BREEZH-a) - BrigidBretin (BRETT-in) - WalesBretnagh (BRETT-nakh) - Welshbriaght (BRY-akht) - askingbrishtagyn (BRISH-chag-an) -biscuitsBritaan: Y Vritaan (a-vritt-AAN) - BrittanyBritaanish (britt-AAN-ish) - Breton languagebriw (broo) - judgebroiet (bryt) - boiledbun (bun) base; meaningbun-choorse (bun-khoors) - basic coursebunnys (BUNN-uss) - nearlybwilleen (bwill-YEEN) - a loaf bwooiagh (BWEE-akh) - happybwooise (bweess) - thanksby chummey shen (ba-KHUMM- a-SHEN) - thatdidn't matterby (ba) - would beby vie lhiam (ba-VY-l'yamm) - I would likeby vie lhiat (ba-VY-l'yatt) - you would like
caarjyn (KER-jan) - friendscaffee (KAFF-ee) - coffeecaghlaa (kakh-LAA) - change! changingcaghlaait (kakh-LAA-it) - changedcagliagh (KAGG-lee-ukh) - boundary, limitcarrey (KARR-a) - friendcashtal (KASH-chal) - a castlecass (kass) - footcassyn (KAZZ-an) - feetcastreycair (KASS-tra-KAYR) - middlingCatreeney (kat-REEN-a) -Catherineceau (k'yow) - throwing, wearing, spendingCeltiagh (KELL-chakh) - Celticcha (ha) - notcha bee (ha-BEE) - will not be; there will not becha by vie lhee (ha-ba-VY-l'yee) - she wouldn'tlikeçhaghnyssagh (CHAKH-nizz-akh) - technicalçhaghteraghtyn (CHAKH-ter- akht-un) -messageschammah (HOMM-a) - as well ascha mie lhiam (ha-MY-l'yamm) - I don't likecha nee (ha-N'YAY) - is not, are notcha nel (ha-NELL) - am not, is not, are not; thereis not, there are notcha nyrrys (ha-N'YIRR-us) - no wonderçhapp: yn çhapp (in-CHAP) - the shopcha row (ha-ROW) - was not, were not; therewas not, there were notcha s'ayms (ha-SIMM-uss) - I don't knowçheer (cheer) - countryçheet (chitt) - comingÇhellinsh Vannin (chell-INSH- VANN-in) -Manx Telecomçhellvane (chell-VAAN) - telephoneçhellvaney (chell-VAAN-a) - telephoningçheu-mooie (CHAA-oo-MOO-ee) - outsideCheyllys: Y Cheyllys (a-KHEEL- uss) - TheSoundchiarroo (a-H'YERR-oo) - the fourthçhiass (chass) - heatçheh (chay) - hotchied: yn chied ...(in-H'YIDD) - the first...çhing (ching) - sick, illçhiow (chow) - warm! warmingçhirrym (CHIRR-um) - dryçhyndaa (chin-DAA) - turn! turningcho (ho) - as; sochooilley: dy chooilley (the- KHULL-ya) - each,everyclag (klagg) - clock: er y chlag (err-a-KHLAGG)- o'clock clag-pairkal (klagg-PERK-al) - parking discclashtyn (KLASH-chin) - hearingclieau (kl'yoo) - mountaincoagyrey (KAWG-a-ra) - cooking
 
co-earrooder (ko-IRR-ood-er) - computerco-hirrey (ko-HIRR-a) - competitionco-hirraghyn (ko-HIRR-akh-un) - competitionsco-loayrtys (ko-LAWRT-us) - conversationcooat (KOO-at) - coatcooid (koodj) - goods, merchandiseer y chooid sloo (err-a- khoodj-sloo) - at leastcooid chreoi (koodj-KHRA-ee) - hardwarecooid vog (koodj-vugg) - softwarecooidjagh (KOOD-jakh) - togethercooish (koosh) - affair; subjectcooishyn (KOOSH-un) - affairs; subjectscooishyn-scoill (KOOSH-un- SKOLL) - schoolsubjectscoontey (KOON-da) - counting; reckoningcoontysseyr (koon-diss-AYR) - accountantcoontysseyryn (koon-diss-AYR- un) -accountantscoorse (koorss) - coursecorneil (korn-AYL) - cornercoshey (KAWZH-a) - of footcosney (KAWZ-na) - earning; gainingcostal (KAWS-tal) - costing; dearc'raad? (kraad) - where?cre? (kra) - what?cre'n...? (krinn) - what...?cre'n aght? (krinn-AKHT) - how? what way?cre'n fa? (krinn-FAA) - why?c'red? (KERR-id) - what?creck (kreck) -- sell! sellingcreckit (KRECK-it) - soldcredjal (KREDJ-al) - believingcree (kree) - heart: my chree (ma-KHREE) - myheartcreg (kregg) - rock creggyn (KREGG-un) - rocksCreneash (kren-AYSH) - Cregneashcreoi (KRA-ee) - hardcronk (kronk) - hillCronk Keeill Eoin (KRONK-keel- OWEN) -Tynwald HillCronk ny Moaney (KRONK-na- MAWN-a) -Cronk na Monacruinney (KROON-ya) - globe, Earthcryss (kriss) - a beltcryss-sauçhys (kriss-SOW-chas) - safety beltcuin? (kwunn) - when?cummal (KUMM-al) - living (dwelling); holdingcummey: s'cummey shen (SKUMM-a-SHEN) -that doesn't mattercur (kur) - give! giving: put! puttingcurrit er (KURR-it-err) - put on
da (daa) - to, to him, to itdaa (daa) - twodaah (daa) - colourdaa-yeig (DAA-yegg) - twelvedaeed (DY-eed) - fortydagh (dakh) - each, everydaill (daal) - creditdeiney (DAYN-ya) - menderrey (DERR-a) - untildeyr (dayr) - deardhone (dohn) - browndoillee (DOLE-ee) - difficultdoilleeid (DOLE-ee-idd) - difficultydoo (doo) - black dooar oo? (DOOR-oo) - did you get?doodee (DOOTH-ee) - girldoodeeyn (DOOTH-ee-un) - girlsdooie (DOO-ee) - truedooin (dun) - to us, for usdooinney (DUNN-ya) - manDoolish (DOO-lish) - DouglasDoonaght (DOON-akht) - Sabbathdooyrt (doort) - saiddrogh (drawkh) - baddrogh-haghyrt (drawkh-HAGH- ert) - accidentdrollane (droll-AAN) - inactive personduillag (DULL-yag) - leaf; pageduillagyn (DULL-yag-un) - pagesdty (the) - yourdy (the) - to, of dy bragh (the-BRAAKH) - everdy jarroo (the-JARR-oo) - indeeddy liooar (the-L'YOOR) - enoughdy valley (the-VAL-ya) - home(wards)dyn (dinn) - withoutdys (duss) - to

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