Sheeanaghtys

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Çhengoaylleeaght
Çhengoaylleeaght heiltynagh
Sheeanaghtys
Sheeanchoryssaghtys
Jalloo-oaylleeaght
Co-ordrail
Fockloaylleeaght
Semantaght
Semantaght focklagh
Semantaght staydraaoil
Semantaght hroggalagh
Keaylloaylleeaght
Çhengoaylleeaght feamagh
Cosney stiagh glare
Shicklaahengoaylleeaght
Sheshengoaylleeaght
Kynneyhengoaylleeaght
Çhengoaylleeaght antrapoaylleeagh
Çhengoaylleeaght ghientynagh
Çhengoaylleeaght whaiyllagh
Çhengoaylleeaght smooinaghtagh
Çhengoaylleeaght cho-earrooagh
Çhengoaylleeaght hoilshee
Çhengoaylleeaght hennaghyssagh
Bun-ocklaght
Sarey çhengoaylleeagh
Çhengoaylleeaght chirp
Çhengoaylleeaght hoylee
Shennaghys çhengoaylleeaght
Rolley çhengoayllee
Feyshtyn gyn freggyrt

She studeyrys er sheeanyn ghlare deiney sheeanaghtys. T'eh jeeaghyn er troyn hene sheeanyn ghlare as jannoo, eaishtagh as toiggal ad. Haink sheeanchoryssaghtys veih sheeanaghtys, as eshyn jannoo studeyrys er coryssyn sheean as unnidyn neuloaghtagh sheean (m.s. myn-heeanyn as troyn er lheh. Ta sheeanaghtys bentyn rish sheeanyn hene gyn ny colhaihyn as ymmyd jeant jeu ayndaue ayns çhengaghyn. Cha nel resooney er semantagh çheet stiagh er yn chorrym oltscarrey çhengoaylleeagh shoh.

Ta tree crouwyn mooar ec sheeanaghtys:

  • Ta sheeanaghtys fockley bentyn rish ynnydyn as gleashaghey ny meillyn, çhengey as oltyn ny ghoo elley tra t'ad jannoo glare.
  • Ta sheeanaghtys sheeanoil bentyn rish troyn ny tonnyn sheean as yn aght ta'n cleaysh sthie nyn ngeddyn.
  • Ta sheeanaghtys eaishteeagh bentyn rish toiggal glare, son y chooid smoo rish yn aght ta'n inçhyn jannoo tuarastyllyn jeh ny t'eh geddyn stiagh.

Ta ny smoo na cheead sheeanyn anchasley dy vel yn International Phonetic Association (Sheshaght Sheeanaghtys Eddyr-ashoonagh) goaill rish myr sheeanyn baghtal, as t'ad screeut ayns yn Abbyrlhit Sheeanagh Eddyr-ashoonagh oc.

Ghow studeyrys sheeanagh toshiaght cho foddey er ash as 2500 blein er dy henney, ayns Yn Shenn Injey. Ren Pāṇini's screeu coontey jeh'n voayl as aght fockley corocklyn ayns e hraghtys er Sanskrit, ayns yn Queigoo Keead R.C. Ta ny Abbyrlhittyn Indagh mooar reaghey nyn gorocklyn jiu rere ny rangyn v'echey.

Kianglyn mooie[reagh]

S'treih lhiam dy vel ad ayns Baarle. Er-lhiam nagh vel red ennagh 'sy Ghaelg ayn.

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