Then the coroner of the premier sheading, Glenfaba, recited the same titles in Manx.
The Manx or Gaelic term for a cove or creek on a shore between rocks.
But we have no such great work, no fine Manx poem, no good novel in Manx, not even a Manx sermon of high mark.
Also, a Manx or Gaelic term for the wind blowing across on the tide.
The same is true of a Manx ballad translated, and of a Manx carval turned into an English carol.
A Manx or Gaelic term for the scud or small clouds that drive with the wind.
One was addressed to Gothric, the Manx prince who for the moment was king of Dublin.
In the Manx and Erse, signifies a rock that can be seen before low-water.
The Manx wren, the robin, and the stork are supposed to be inhabited by the souls of human beings.
A Manx term for small worms on the sea-shore, and used as bait.
1798, earlier Manks (1620s), metathesized from Maniske (1570s) "of the Isle of Man," from Old Norse *manskr, from Man (from Old Irish Manu "Isle of Man") + suffix -iskr "ish." Manx cat, without a tail, first attested 1843.