Brian Stowell

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Brian Stowell
Ruggit 6 Mean Fouyir 1936 (1936-09-06) (eash 78)
Doolish, Mannin
Credjueyn aavioghey ny Gaelgey
Ashoonaght Manninagh
Daltyn
Mie er enney son aavioghey ny Gaelgey
Keirdyn fishagagh, leaghteyr, Manx Language Officer, çhebbeyder-claare radio, screeudeyr
Obbraghyn feeu baght Bunnedys: A Course in Spoken Manx, Bun-Choorse Gaelgagh, Contoyrtyssyn Ealish ayns Çheer ny Yindyssyn, A Short History of the Manx Language, Dunveryssyn yn Tooder-Folley
Aundyryn feeu baght Reih Bleeaney Vanannan
Oikyn as sheshaghtyn
Manx Languge Officer 1991-1995
Screeudeyr ny Sheshaght Gailckagh gyn fys
Sheshaghtyn Yn Çheshaght Ghailckagh


She screeudeyr as cooidjeyder ny Gaelgey eh Brian Stowell (ny Brian Mac Stoyll ny Brian y Stoyll ny keayrtyn), t'er chur magh daa lioar ayns Gaelg. Ta Contoyrtyssyn Ealish ayns Çheer ny Yindyssyn (ny Alice in Wonderland ayns Baarle) çhyndaait ayns y Ghaelg, agh ta Dunveryssyn yn Tooder-Folley ny noaskeeal noa, y chied hie er screeu 'sy çhengey.[1]

Roish my daag eh Mannin son dy yannoo studeyrys ec Ollooscoill Lerphoyll, dynsee eh Gaelg liorish goll mygeayrt yn ellan rish possan va jannoo recortyssyn eishtagh jeh ny shenn loayreyderyn. Ayns 1991, haink eh erash son dy ghoaill staartey noa Manx Language Officer 'sy Rheynn Ynsee.[2] Lurg da lhiggey sheese jeh'n Rheynn, t'eh goaill ayrn mooar ayns aavioghey ny Gaelgey foast. T'eh co-choyrt Moghrey Jedoonee er Manx Radio marish Bob Harrison, as jannoo oltyn ayns "Gaelic News" er y laaragh.[3] Screeu eh Y Coorse Mooar, Abbyr Shen as Bun-Choorse Gaelgagh screeut echey, chammah's ny lioaryn Gaelg trooid jallooyn, Dunveryssyn yn Tooder-Folley as A Short History of the Manx Language marish Diarmuid Ó Breaslain.

Ayns 2008, hug ad da y Reih Bleeaney Vanannan son ny ta jeant echey son bea cultooragh Vannin. Reih eh argid yn aundyr (£500 da sheshaght-ghiastyllagh) y chur da Mooinjer Veggey.[2]

Er Laa Tinvaal 'sy vlein 2010, va Aundyr Tinvaal, yn aundyr s'yrjey ayns Mannin, bronnit er er son yn obbyr lesh y Ghaelg.[4][5]

Obbraghyn[reagh]

  • 1973: Chronicle of The Kings of Mann and The Isles / Recortys Reeaghyn Vannin as ny hEllanyn; çhyndaait, marish George Broderick.
  • 1968: Gaelg Trooid Jallooghyn
  • 1974: Bunnedys: A Course in Spoken Manx (ass Buntús Cainte Yernish)[6]
  • 1990: Contoyrtyssyn Ealish ayns Çheer ny Yindyssyn; çhyndaait ass obbyr Lewis Carroll.
  • 1986: Abbyr Shen
  • 1996: Bun-Choorse Gaelgagh
  • 1996: A Short History of the Manx Language
  • 1998: Y Coorse Mooar
  • 2005: Dunveryssyn yn Tooder-Folley
  • 2006: Ealish ayns Çheer ny Yindyssyn; çhyndaait ass obbyr Lewis Carroll.
  • 2010: Contoyrtyssyn Ealish ayns Çheer ny Yindyssyn; çhyndaait ass obbyr Lewis Carroll, soilshit liorish Evertype.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. "MANX LANGUAGE IS ALIVE AND KICKING" (Baarle) (2006-03-23). IOM Today. Feddynit er 2009-07-24. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Undinys Eiraght Vannin (2008-01-16). Cultural Award for 2008 goes to Brian Stowell (Baarle). Feddynit er 2009-07-24.
  3. Manx Radio. Moghrey Jedoonee (Baarle). Feddynit er 2009-07-24.
  4. Cain, Adrian (21 Jerrey Souree 2010). Brian Stowell Aboo!. Cowag - Blog ayns Gaelg cour studeyrn. Feddynit er 26 Mayrnt 2011.
  5. Dr Brian Stowell to receive Tynwald's highest award. iomtoday.co.im (9 Mean Souree 2010). Feddynit er 26 Mayrnt 2010.
  6. Diarmuid O'Néill. Rebuilding the Celtic languages (Baarle), 403.