Yernish Veanagh

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Yernish Veanagh
Gaoidhealg
Fockley magh [ˈɡɯːʝeɫɡ]
Goll er loayrt ayns Nerin, Nalbin, Mannin
Baase çhengey Caghlaait dys Yernish Yeianagh Leah mysh yn 12oo eash
Kynney çhengey Ind-Oarpagh
Corys screeuee Cló Gaelach, as Romanagh
Coadyn çhengey
ISO 639-1 Gyn coad
ISO 639-2 mga
ISO 639-3 mga

By hengey Ghaelgagh ee Yernish Veanagh. Hie ee er loayrt er feie Nerin, Nalbin as Mannin eddyr y 10oo as 12oo eash. Myr shen, she co-emshiragh y Çhenn Vaarle anmagh as y Vaarle Veanagh leah v'ayn.[1][2] Ta ny çhengaghyn Gaelgagh jeianagh nyn glein Yernish Veanagh. She çhengey smoo sheeynt Bretin Vooar v'ayn derrey'n 12oo eash anmagh as skeaylley Vaarle Veanagh. Bentyn rish tasht lettyraght er mayrn, cha nel monney çhengaghyn Oarpagh mean-eashagh corrym rish Yernish Veanagh. Ayns ayrn, shen kyndagh rish obbyr greimmaltagh kuse dy scoillaryn 'syn eash jeianagh leah. Ta mooadys ny feniagh-skeealyn, shennaghyssyn, noo-hennaghyssyn as reddyn elley cowraghey treisht ny Gaelgeyryn ynsit mean-eashagh 'sy çhengey v'oc. Ta'n chooid smoo jeh'n tasht lettyraght er mayrn ayns Nerin; cha nel monney ayns Nalbin ny Mannin.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

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Ry-lhaih[reagh]

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