mairagh

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish i mbárach ‎(tomorrow), from bárach, from Proto-Celtic *bārego- ‎(morning). Compare Welsh bore ‎(morning).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

mairagh

  1. tomorrow
    • Bee briwnys jeant echey mairagh.
      • He will deliver judgement tomorrow.
    • Cur shilley er mairagh.
      • Give him a call tomorrow.
    • Er agh elley foddee oo çheet mairagh.
      • Or alternatively you can come tomorrow.
    • Heeym oo mairagh.
      • I will see you tomorrow.
    • Rosheemayd yn ellan mairagh.
      • We will reach the island tomorrow.