Manx dictionary


dictionnaire
Isle of Man

Gaelic Gaelg
Dictionary - Fockleyr

TLex: Manx-English dictionary, by Phil Kelly

Mannin.info: Manx-English dictionary

Manx heritage foundation: Manx-English dictionary

Tagloo: Manx-English dictionary online translation

Wikipedia in Manx

Fockleyr Chregeen by Archibald Cregeen, revised by Max Wheeler (2015)

Dictionary of the Manks language by Archibald Cregeen (1835)

Fockleyr Manninagh as Baarlagh: Manx dictionary by John Kelly & William Gill, published by the Manx Society (1866)

Manx > English

English > Manx

Proverbs and sayings in The folk-lore of the Isle of Man by Arthur William Moore (1891)

Gaelic names of plants (Scottish, Irish and Manx) with notes on their etymology, their uses, plant superstitions... by John Cameron (1900)

place-name of the isle of Man

The surnames & place-names of the Isle of Man by Arthur William Moore (1890)

Gaelic language

Ynsee Gaelg: Manx course, usual phrases (+ audio)

Manx language & symbols: basic vocabulary & texts

first names

 

The Manx language: dead or alive? by Gordon Hemsley (2009)

Sociolinguistic vitality of Manx after extreme language shift, authenticity without traditional native speakers, by Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin (2015)

studies about the Manx Gaelic language, by Max Wheeler

Manx Gaelic inflection: Noun plurals & Genetive cases - Noun paradigms - Adjectives - Verbs

Prepositional nominals

Practical grammar of the antient Gaelic or Language of the Isle of Man usually called Manks, by John Kelly (1870)

Manx language, its grammar, literature and present state, by Henry Jenner (1875)

books about the Manx language: Google books | Internet archive | Academia | Wikipedia

Audio & Video
Manx Radio in Gaelic

Youtube (Culture Vaninn)

Texts & Literature

Manx literature in English

Cooinaghtyn Manninagh, Manx reminiscences, by John Clague (1911) Manx-English

Yn Vible Casherick: translation of the Bible in Manx, Manx-English bilingual text

Yn Vible Casherick: the Bible (1777, 1819 edition)

texts in Manx, edited by Max Wheeler

Counting things in the Manx Bible (2016)

Psalmyn currit ayns Drane Ghaelgagh, Manx singing Psalms (1761)

Lioar phadjeragh chadjin, The book of common prayer in Manx Gaelic (1842) with translation in English

Lioar phadjeragh chadjin, The book of common prayer in Manx Gaelic (1765) with translation in English

Lioar Phadjeragh Chadjin, The book of common prayer in Manx Gaelic (1765) with translation in English, edited by Max Wheeler

The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, Church of England, translated into Manx & in English (1765)

Short and plain instruction for the better understanding of the Lord's supper by Thomas Wilson (1777) Manx-English bilingual text

Sharmaneyn: sermons by Thomas Wilson (1783)

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Isle of Man: maps & documents

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