Lus ny greg

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Gow gys: stiureydys, ronsee
Lus ny greg, cabbash hraie, cabbash varrey
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Lus ny greg er boalley garey
Rang oaylleeagh
Reeriaght: Plantae
(neu-rheynnit): Angiospermae
(neu-rheynnit): Eudicotyn
(neu-rheynnit): Asteridyn
Oardagh: Apiales
Kynney: Apiaceae
Genus: Crithmum
Dooie: C. maritimum
Ennym daa-ennymagh
Crithmum maritimum
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She oltey ynrican y ghenus Crithmum ee Lus ny greg (Crithmum maritimum). Ta ny h-enmyn cabbash varrey as cabbash hraie currit urree myrgeddin, agh ta keayllyn elley ocsyn neesht.

She lus yn-ee t'ayn, as ish ry-akin er slystyn marrey ny h-Oarpey heear, 'syn Affrick Hwoaie, ny h-Ellanyn Canaaragh as yn Vooir Ghoo.

Shennaghys[reagh]

Ren Shakespeare çheet er çhaglym lus ny greg, ny keird ghaueagh.[1] 'Syn 19oo eash, hug ad lhieu mullagyn jee voish Ellan Eeaght dys Lunnin rish jerrey Mee Vayrnt.[2][3] Hroar ad lus ny grey ayns garaghyn. Ta'n ghass, ny duillagyn as fynneigyn yn-ee, aarlit ny aw myr glassan.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Shakespeare, William (1623). The Tragedy of King Lear, Act IV, scene VI, lines 14b-15. “Half-way down, Hangs one that gathers samphire; dreadful trade!”
  2. Grigson, Geoffrey (1958). The Englishman's Flora. London: The Readers' Union, Phoenix House.
  3. Phillips, Roger (1983). Wild Food. Pan. ISBN 0-330-28069-4.
Rassyn as messyn lus ny greg
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