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MANKS DICTIONARY.



AA, an adjunct; a. second, second-hand. This word is used as a prefix in composition, and implies repeated action, as the Latin re. Again, when yn is placed before it, it changes to nah, the ordinal of two.

Aa'-aase, s. m. second-growth; v. to grow again.

Aa'-chionnagh, v. buying again, repurchasing.

Aa'-chionnit, pt. rebought, bought again the second time.

Aa'-chummit, pt. formed anew.

Aa'-chlashtyn. s. m. a rehearing.

Aa'-chluinnit, pt. reheard.

Aa'-chooinaghtyn, s. m. recollection.

Aad'jin, or Aaitchin, s. m. gorse, furze, whins.

Aae, a. d. of a kiln.

—, s. f. an arch, a boundary over a river, a ford, a place to pass over a river dry; pl. —ghyn.

Aa'-eaddagh, s. m. second-hand clothes.

Aag, v. leave, (from Faag); —agh, —ail, —ee, —in, —ins, —ym, —yms, —ys, 94.

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Aa'-gherrit or Aagherrid, s. m. a shorter way, a shorter cut; pl. —yn.

Aa'-ghiennaghtyn, s. m. regeneration.

Aaoht, s. m. a lodging; v. lodge; pl. —yn.

Aaght'it, pl. lodged; 85.

Aagh'yn, s. pl. arches, fords; Jud. xii. 6.

Aa'-hilley, s. m. second sight.

Aa'-hroggal, v. rebuilding, lifting again.

Aail, a. d. of a brood or litter; as, guiy aail (a brood goose).

Aail'agh, or Aalagh, s. f. a brood of young, what a fowl has at a hatching; Jer. xvii. 11.; pl. 71, or —yn.

Aaishneb, a. d. (from Faaishnee,) which see.

Aaitn, v. gorse, cover with whins; —agh, 77; —ee, 80; —ey, 82; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

Dy Aait-nagh or Aait-naghey, v. to cover with gorse, as a bearded hedge.

Aait'nit, pt. gorsed, whined; 85.

Aa'jey or Aahley, s. m. a known place, a place used of, or convenient to. The latter word is used at the North of the Island for a place marked at sea to fish on; pl. 67.

Aa'-lhieeney, s. m.. second filling, laying eggs the second time; to replenish, to fill again.

Aa'lican, s. m. a halcyon, a fine calm time, serene and tranquil weather, peace and tranquillity.

Aa'lid, s. m. elegance, beauty, grandeur, splendour, comeliness, fairness, handsomeness, nobleness, amiableness.

Aa'lin, a. elegant, beautiful, grand, splendid, noble, comely, fair, amiable, handsome, fine.

Aall, s. m. a fork, a flesh fork; pl. —yn.

Aane, s. f. a liver; pl. —yn.

Aan'rit, s. m. cloth, linen cloth; —breck, check or chequer; —sack, sackcloth; —caitnagh, fustian; pl. —yn.

Aa'oe, s. m. a great grand child.

Aare, v. to come nigh or near to, to approach, to come in contact; Psl. xci. 7.

Aa'rey, s. f. a ladder; a kidney; pl. 67.

Yn Aar'key, s. from (Faarkey,) the sea.

Dy Aar'key, v. to bathe.

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My *Aark or Aarkagh, v. would, &c, bathe; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

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*Aarl or Aarlee, v. cook; dress meat; —agh, 77; —aghey, 82; —ee, 80; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

Aar'lee, a. d. of cooking or dressing meat.

Aar'lider, s. m. a dresser of victuals, a cook; see also Coagyrey.

Aar'lit, 85. dressed, cooked, prepared.

Aar'loo, a. ready prepared, fitted, dressed, at hand; apt, prone.

Aart-ny-paart, lot nor part.

E Aas'aag, s. (from Faasaag,) his beard.

Yn Aa'sagh, s. the desert, or wilderness. {r|F.}}

Aase, s. m. growth; pl. —yn; v. grow; —agh, 77; —ee, 80; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —ym, 86 —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

Aash, s. m. ease, rest, freedom from labour or pain, leisure; Prov. "Caghlaa obbyr aash."

Aash'ag, s. f. a boss, a seat to rest on, a seat made of matted straw; pl. —yn.

Aash'agh, a. easy, not difficult.

Dy Aash'agh, adv. easily.

Aas'it, grown, 85.

Aa'-smooinaght, s. m. second thought, reflection

Aaso'il, a. having the quality of growing.

Dy Aast, v. to wring, (from Faast); —agh; —ee; —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys; 94.

Ro Aastit, too much wrung, 85.

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Aa'-vaair, s. m. second crop.

Dy Aa'-vioghey, v. to revive, to quicken.

Aaue, s. f.. Eve.

Aba-nagh, a. d. of the ankle or ankles.

Abane, s. f. ankle; pl. —yn.

Abb, a. abbey; as, thalloo abb.

Ab'byr, v. say, say on.

Ab'byragh. See Yarragh.

A'ber, s. m. pasture, a place to feed or graze on, pasturage; pl. —yn.

A'byl, a. able.

Ac'can, s. m.. moan, lamentation or sorrow expressed by a mournful tone of voice; pl. —yn.