Archive for the Category: Gaelg

Frassyn as grian

V’eh deayrtey fliaghey moghrey jea as ren mee beggan obbyr. ‘Syn ‘astyr haink yn grian magh as hooyl mee seose Dyffryn Cegin (glion kishteen), as er-ash trooid Maesgeirchen (magher corkey). V’eh feer sheeoil as aalin, as cha row ram sleih ayn. Ren mee shuilgey smeir chammah, agh cha row mooaran ayn. ‘Syn oie ren mee […]

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Giense

Fastyr jea ren mee shuilgey tooilley smeir, as ren mee broit ad lesh ooylyn voish my villey ooyl. Ren mee sconnagyn lesh ooylyn as sultaanaghyn chammah. ‘Syn ‘astyr hie mee da giense y possan coloayrtys Frangish ec thie carrey. T’eh cummal ayns thie mooar faggys da’n ollooscoill ayns paart jeh Bangor nagh row mee oayllagh […]

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Fliaghey

Va fliaghey ayn bunnys feie’n laa jea, myr shen cha jagh mee magh. Ayns ynnyd jeh ren mee beggan da obbyr, chloie mee ymmodee greieyn-kiaull as lhaih mee lioar – laa sampleyragh v’ayn. It rained most of yesterday, so I didn’t go out. Instead I did a bit of work, played various musical instruments and […]

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Seshoon kiaullee

Dobbree mee er m’ynnyd-eggey moghrey jea, as va sheshoon kiaullee mie ayns my hie fastyr jea. Chloie shin mastey cliaghtagh jeh carryn voish Nalbin, Nerin, yn Roosh as America. I wokred on my website yesterday morning, there was a good music session in my place yesterday afternoon. We played the usual mixture of tunes from […]

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Ooylyn as smeir

Tra va mee ersooyl yn çhiaghtyn shoh chaie huitt cooid vooar ooylyn neose voish y billey ooyl ayns my gharrey. Jea Ren mee cooidjaghey ny troaryn lhieggit shoh fy yerrey, as ren mee cooidhaghey smeir chammah, as ren mee broit ad ry-cheilley lesh beggan dy vill. Ta mee gee y mestey-vestey ard-vlastal shoh ry dagh […]

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Er ash ayns Bangor

Haink mee er ash dys Bangor er y traen jea. Jimmee yn trean ayns Warrington voym er yn oyr dy daink y trean voish Lancaster dy anmagh, myr va mee ayns Bangor oor dy anmagh. Dy fortanagh va bee as red ri lhaih aym. Cha daink peiagh erbee agh mysh dys y possan coloayrtys yl-çhengagh […]

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Silverdale

Cheau mee jea ayns thie my voir karraghey reddyn as jannoo beggan obbyr er m’ynnyd-eggey. Cha dod mee buinn y faaie er yn oyr nagh dod mee doostey y buinneyder faaie, dy meeaighar. ‘Syn ‘astyr ren shin jeeghyn y çhellveeish. I spent yesterday at my mum’s fixing a few things and doing a bit of […]

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Y turrys noal

Daag mee y colaashtey moghrey jea ec lieh oor lurg hoght as hooar mee markiaght dys Armadale lesh carrey ben jeh ny studeyryn ‘sy vrastyl. Er yn assaig ren mee cooish yl-çhengagh lesh fer ass yn Rank va janoo y coorse ‘sy Flodigarry, ‘sy Ghaelg Albinagh, ‘sy Rangish, ‘sy Ghermaanish as ‘sy Shapaanish. Loayr mee […]

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Spollagyn son tey

An-dé chrìoch mi òran ùr agus rinn mi clàradh dheth. ‘S e òran dà-chànanach a th’ann anns a’ Mhanannais agus a’ Bheurla mu dhéidhinn faoileagan agus slisneagan, agus ‘s e “Spollagyn son tey / Chips for tea” an t-ainm a th’air. Seo an clàradh: An-raoir thàinig cuideigin eile chun an cearcall còmhraidh iol-chainnteach air a’ […]

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Feeshan noa

Ren mee feeshan noa yn çhiaghtin shoh. T’eh coloayrtys red beg bolvaneagh ‘sy Ghaelg, lesh fo-heidylyn ‘sy Ghaelg, Vaarle as Yernish. I made a new video this week. It’s a slightly silly conversation in Manx, with subtitles in Manx, English and Irish.

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