feeyn

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish fín, from Latin vīnum.

Noun[edit]

feeyn m (genitive feeyney)

  1. wine
    • Deam eh son tooilley feeyn. He called for more wine.
    • Eddyr daa voteil dy feeyn. Flanked by two bottles of wine.
    • Ta tooilley argid er y feeyn. The wine is extra.
    • Ta'n feeyn boirey er y volg echey. The wine does not agree with him.
    • Va jough chadlee currit oc 'sy feeyn echey. They had drugged his wine.

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