eash

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish áes (compare Irish aois).

Noun[edit]

eash f (genitive eash, plural eashyn)

  1. age
    • Hooar eh eash vie.
      • He died at a good old age.
    • Ren eh roshtyn eash vooar.
      • He reached a great age.
    • T'ad jeh'n un eash.
      • They are of an age.
  2. century

Synonyms[edit]

  • keead ‎(century)

Derived terms[edit]