Inis Meáin

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She Inis Meáin yn ellan meanagh mastey ny tree ellanyn ayns Ellanyn Aran.

She Inis Meáin (Baarle: Inishmaan, shenn lettraghey Yernish: Inis Meadhóin) yn ellan meanagh mastey ny tree preeu-ellanyn ayns Ellanyn Aran, Cooan ny Galliu, er coose heear Nerin. T'eh ny chooid jeh Coontae ny Galliu ayns Queiggey Connaghtey. Ta 160 deiney cummal er yn ellan, as rere shen t'eh ny ellan sloo mastey Ellanyn Aran rere sleih-earroo. Ta cummaltee yn ellan loayr Yernish son y chooid smoo, as t'eh ny chooid jeh'n Ghaeltacht.

Cowraghyn thallooin[reagh | edit source]

Dún Chonchuir (Doon Chonchoor), Inis Meáin

Buill henndaaleeagh[reagh | edit source]

Ta daa ghoon cloaie er lheh er yn ellan. She raah chloaie oohchrooagh henndeeagh eh Dún Chonchúir (Doon Chonchoor), as eh er ny hroggal 'sy lhing roie-Chreestee, lesh reayrtyn er buill henndeeagh elley yn ellan as er y vooir. She doon cloaie eh Dún Fearbhaí, v'er ny hroggal 'sy 4-oo eash BNJ. She doon neuchadjin eh yn doon shen er oyr dy row eh troggit ayns cummey kiare-chuilleig ayns cosoylaght rish ny doonyn elley er yn ellan quoi dy row troggit ayns cummey kiarkylagh.

Thie as Caair Synge[reagh | edit source]

Thie Synge

Ren John Millington Synge cummal ayns Teach Synge (ny Thie Synge) ayns dagh sourey veih 1898 derrey 1902, raad dy row eh goit stiagh myr goaldagh liorish Bríd as Páidín Mac Donnchadha. T'eh er credjal dy row eh ayns shoh raad hooar eh ardsmooinaght da ny cloiaghyn echey The Playboy of the Western World [1], Riders to the Sea, as haink ram obbraghyn echey ass skeealyn v'er ny chlashtyn echey veih ny h-ellanee. Va'n thie, raad ren eh cummal, cummaltit liorish sluightyn y chloan Mac Donnchadha derrey ny 1970yn, agh huitt eh ayns drogh-oardrailys. V'eh aa-oshlit dys y phobble ayns Mee Luanistyn 1999 lurg aahroggal.

V'eh Cathaoir Synge (Caair Synge) y boayl reih ec Synge er yn ellan, as eh jeeaghyn er Inis Mór as y Cheayn Sheear.

Ynsagh[reagh | edit source]

Ta un vunscoill er yn ellan, Scoil Náisiúnta Inis Meáin.[2] [3] [4]

Imraaghyn[reagh | edit source]

Galleree[reagh | edit source]

Lhaih neesht[reagh | edit source]

  • Coley, Patricia, and J. M. Armer. Inishmaan. Lunnin: Queen Mary College Univ, 1959.
  • Quilkin, Rennie Mc. 1999. "Inishmaan". Poetry. 174, no. 5: 277.
  • Synge, J. M. 1903. "A Dream on Inishmaan". Green Sheaf. no. 2: 8-9.
  • Synge, J. M. A Story from Inishmaan. [Divlyn: New Ireland Review, 1898.

Kianglaghyn mooie[reagh | edit source]

Jeeagh er neesht[reagh | edit source]