From Old Irish íasc.
eeast m (genitive eeast, plural eeastyn)
- Bioys da dooinney as baase da eeast. — Life to man and death to fish.
- She dooghys eeast eh dy snaue. — The nature of fish is to swim.
- Ta'n awin plooghit lesh eeast. — The river is teeming with fish.
- Ta'n eeast shoh snaue er eaghtyr ny marrey. — These fish swim on the top of the sea.