Ynys Manaw

Mi gyrhaeddais yn Ynys Manaw y prynhawn ‘ma, a dw i’n aros yn Douglas, prif dref yr ynys. Roedd hi’n braf heddiw, ac roedd y môr yn dawel. Does dim llawer o Fanaweg i glywed neu i weld yma, heblaw ar rhyw arwyddion ac ar amserlen y bysiau. Bydda i’n cwrdd â pobl sy’n siarad Manaweg yfory.

Oileán Mhanann

Tháinig mé go dtí an Oileán Mhanann an tráthnóna seo, agus tá mé fanacht i nDubh Lios, príomhbhaile an oileáin. Bhí lá breá ann inniu agus bhí an fharraige ciúin. Níl go leor Manainnis a chluinstin nó a fheiceáil an seo, ach amháin ar roinnt comharthaí agus ar amchlár na busanna. Casfaidh mé le daoine atá Manainnis acu amárach.

Ellan Vannin

Raink mee ayns Mannin fastyr jiu, as ta mee tannaghtyn ayns Doolish. Va laa braew ayn jiu as va’n keayn lane rea. Cha nel mooarane Gaelg ry akin ny ry clashtyn ayns shoh, agh er chooid veg nyn cowrey as er earroo claare-traa nyn barrooseyn. Bee’m meeiteil ry Gaelgeyryn mairagh.

Isle of Man

I arrived in the Isle of Man this afternoon, and I’m staying in Douglas, the island’s capital. It was fine today, and the sea was flat calm so the voyage over from Liverpool went smoothly. I haven’t heard or seen much Manx here, except on some signs and on the bus timetable. I’m be meeting some Manx speakers tomorrow.

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