Laa yn Vlein Noa

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Çhentagyn ayns Lunnin er Laa yn Vlein Noa ec bwoalley yn veanoie

'Syn eaillere Gregoiragh, she Laa yn Vlein Noa, Laa Nollick Beg,[1] ny Laa ny Bleeaney Noa y chied laa jeh'n vlein; 1 Jerrey Geuree. Choud's ta'n chooid smoo jeh ny feailleraghyn greiney (myr ny feailleraghyn Gregoiragh as Yool) goaill toshiaght rish y vlein ec ny faggys da shass greiney twoaie yn gheuree, ta cultooryn ta goaill tastey jeh feailleraghyn eayst-ghreiney ny eayst kelloorey nyn Laa Vlein Noa yn Eayst ec poyntyn 'sy vlein nagh vel shickyrit ayns cosoylaght rish y vlein ghreiney.

'Sy Raue roie-Chreestee fo feaillere Yool, va'n laa casherickit ayns onnor Janus, jee ny grinnaghyn as ny toshiaghtyn. Voish yn eash Raueagh derrey'n lieh-chooid jeh'n 18oo eash, va'n vlein noa kelloorit ec keimyn eigsoylagh as ayns ayrnyn eigsoylagh jeh'n Oarpey Chreestee er 25 Nollick, er 1 Mayrnt, er 25 Mayrnt as er feailley arraghey yn Chaisht.[2][3][4]

'Sy laa t'ain jiu, ta'n chooid smoo jeh çheeraghyn y theihll gymmydey yn feaillere Gregoiragh myr nyn veaillere shivoil. Rere y feaillere shen, ta'n chied laa jeh Mee Yerrey Geuree coontit mastey ny feaillaghyn smoo kelloorit 'sy theihll, as s'mennick t'eh goll er kelloorey liorish taishbynyssyn çhentagyn tra ta'n chlag bwoalley yn veanoie lurg Oie yn Vlein Noa as y vlein noa goaill toshiaght ayns dagh cryss traa. Mastey tradishoonyn elley Laa yn Vlein Noa, ta shin coontey reaghyssyn y Vlein Noa as geam er caarjyn ny deiney mooinjeragh.[5]

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  1. Gawne, Phil. "Lhig dooin aavioghey yn Kegeesh Ommidjagh". Fockle ayns dty Chleaysh. Feddynit magh er 11 Nollick 2023. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (cooney)
  2. "New Year's Day: Julian and Gregorian Calendars". 8 Boaldyn 2004. Feddynit magh er 7 Jerrey Geuree 2021.
  3. Poole, Reginald L. (1921). The Beginning of the Year in the Middle Ages. Proceedings of the British Academy. Ym-l. X. Lunnin: British Academy. Er ny hashtey veih’n lhieggan bunneydagh er 23 Sauin 2021. Feddynit magh er 24 Sauin 2021 – via Hathi Trust. {{cite book}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= as |archivedate= (cooney)
  4. Bond, John James (1875). Handy Book of Rules and Tables for Verifying Dates With the Christian Era Giving an Account of the Chief Eras and Systems Used by Various Nations...'. Lunnin: George Bell & Sons. dg. 91.
  5. Mehra, Komal (2006). Festivals Of The World. Sterling Publishers. dg. 69. ISBN 9781845575748. In many European countries like Italy, Portugal and Netherlands, families start the new year by attending church services and then calling on friends and relatives. Italian children receive gifts or money on New Year's Day. People in the United States go to church, give parties and enjoy other forms of entertainment.

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