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Cammee bane

She fo-gharmad neu-vuinneelagh da mraane eh cammee. Dy cadjin, t'eh sheeyney sheese gys y vouin. Ta'n cammee jeant seose ass stroll, neelane, ny caddee son y chooid smoo.

Meenaghey shenndeeagh[reagh | edit source]

Dy shenndeeagh, ren y fockle "cammee" cur sheese er jaggadyn jeh'n dagh sorçh,[1] goaill stiagh far-lheinaghyn (ceaut fo dooblag ny bouin),[2] gooynyn eddrymey, as jaggadyn muinneelagh va ceaut liorish fir.[3]

Meenaghey noa-emshyragh[reagh | edit source]

'Sy ghlare noa-emshyragh ta'n fockle cammee çheet er fo-gharmad ven neu-vuinneelagh skeaylt[4][5] ta coodaghey yn ayrn s'yrjey jeh'n cholb, agh ta ny s'girrey na smock. Dy cadjin, ta cammee sheeyney sheese gys y vouin, agh ny keayrtyn t'eh giarrit son dy haishbyney yn skairt, ny sheeynt son dy choodaghey yn slane ard pelvagh. Ta cammeeyn jeant seose ass eaddeeyn eddrymey;[6] ass caddee dy mennick, agh ta fir elley jeant ass stroll ny sheeidey, ny ass eaddeeyn sheeynee lheid as lycra, neelane, ny spandex.

Dy cadjin, ta "yeeallyn spaghetti" ec cammeeyn as foddee ad dy cheau harrish coodagh keeagh ny gyn coodee cheeagh. Veih'n vlein 1989, ta coodee cheeagh fo-strengit sthie-hroggit ry-gheddyn ayns cammeeyn ennagh, ny lesh pohlldey elley ta scryssey magh yn feme er coodee cheeagh dauesyn ta reih coodee cheeagh. Er y gherrid, ta sleih ennagh ceau cammeeyn myr eaddeeyn mooie.[7]

Ta ram fo-gharmadyn cummey colbey neu-vuinneelagh er jeet magh ass cummey yn chammee,[8] as ad cur lesh stiurey meanagh ny keeaghyn, y vouin as/ny y volg. Ta e lheid jeh cammeeyn stiuree ny gharmadyn cummee smoo taghyrtagh, as t'ad coodaghey yn colb veih ny s'yrjey na'n chleeau gys ec ny ny s'inshley na'n vouin. T'ad cosoylagh rish cammeeyn caddee ny sheeidey, agh dy mennick ta ny yeeallyn ny shlea, ta ny çhemmalyn ny s'liurey, as ta'n eaddagh soilsheanagh sheeynee cur lesh loaghtey rea meein.

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  1. Little, William G.; Coulson, Jessie Senior; Fowler, H.W. (1975). Onions, C.T. (rd.). The shorter Oxford English dictionary on historical principles. Oxford: Clarendon Press. dg. 272. ISBN 0-19-861126-9. 1816.... 1. Formerly applied to jackets of various kinds. 2. A woman's underbodice 1894. {{cite book}}: |access-date= requires |url= (cooney)CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  2. Timothy J. Kent (2001). Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit: A Guide to the Daily Lives of Fur Trade and Military Personnel, Settlers, and Missionaries at French Posts. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. dg. 553. ISBN 9780965723022. Feddynit magh er 2010-11-29.
  3. "camisole definition: Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1)". Random House Unabridged Dictionary. Random House. 2006. Feddynit magh er 2009-01-15. 1. a short garment worn underneath a sheer bodice to conceal the underwear. 2. a woman's negligee jacket. 3. a sleeved jacket or jersey once worn by men. 4. a straitjacket with long sleeves.
  4. "AskOxford: camisole". Compact Oxford English Dictionary of Current English. Oxford University Press. Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2013-01-17. Feddynit magh er 2009-01-15. a woman’s loose-fitting undergarment for the upper body. — ORIGIN French, from Latin camisia ‘shirt or nightgown’.
  5. Scott, Lucretia M. (1987-09-22). "Camisole underwire bra garment description - US Patent 4798557". Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2012-09-17. Feddynit magh er 2009-01-15. Up until the present time when a woman wished to wear a camisole due to its loose fitting nature and she still required support for her breasts, she was required to wear a bra underneath her camisole to achieve the desired results.
  6. Thatcher, Virginia S., rd. (1970). The New Webster Encyclopedic Dictionary of The English Language. McQueen, Alexander. Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers. dg. 116. ISBN 0-8326-0021-0. A short light garment worn by ladies when dressed in negligee;strait jacket for lunatics or criminals condemned to the guillotine. {{cite book}}: |access-date= requires |url= (cooney)
  7. Ruth La Ferla (25 Jerrey Fouyir 2007). "Now It’s Nobody’s Secret", New York Times. Feddynit magh er 2007-11-23. 
  8. "Composite support system - Application 20060166600". Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2012-04-02. Feddynit magh er 2009-01-15.