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A


DICTIONARY


OF THE


MANKS LANGUAGE,


WITH THE


CORRESPONDING WORDS OR EXPLANATIONS


IN ENGLISH;

INTERSPERSED WITH MANY GAELIC PROVERBS:

THE PARTS OF SPEECH, THE GENDERS, AND THE ACCENTS OF THE MANKS WORDS

ARE CAREFULLY MARKED;

WITH SOME ETYMOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED.

BY ARCHIBALD CREGEEN,


Arbory, Isle of Man.



Baillym dy loayragh shiu ooilley lesh Glaraghyn, &c.—St. Paul. 1 Cor. xiv 5.


DOUGLAS:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR THE AUTHOR,

BY J. QUIGGIN, NORTH-QUAY;

WHITTAKER, TREACHER, AND ARNOT, LONDON;

EVANS, CHEGWIN, AND HALL, LIVERPOOL.


MDCCCXXXV.