Wiktionary:Requested entries (Manx)
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- bacteria (needs Manx)
- bwoirrin/bwoirryn and bwoirrinagh/bwoirrynagh. Fockleyr manninagh as baarlagh has "Bwoirrin, s. the female. | Bwoirrinagh, a. female, feminine; from bean, a woman." while Cregeen's dictionary has "Bwoir'ryn, a. female, feminine. | Bwoir'ryinagh [Bwoir'rynagh?], s. f. a she, a female; an animal with a womb".
- -ey - This marks the verbal noun, and corresponds to Irish -adh. It's a consistent way of rendering word-final /ə/, though, so it may have other meanings as a suffix.
- fyrryn and fyrrynagh. Fockleyr manninagh as baarlagh has "Fyrryn, s. the male, the he; from fer, a man, and the diminutive in. | Fyrrynagh, a. male, masculine." while Cregeen's dictionary has "Fyrryn, a. male, male, masculine. | Fyrryn'agh, s. m. one of the male sex, one of the masculine gender".
- Yn Valay f - Malay
- neuchramp - simple?