- 1 Lioar sheeloghe Yeesey Creest, mac Ghavid, mac Abraham
- 2 Hooar Abraham Isaac, as hooar Isaac Jacob, as hooar Jacob Judas as e vraaraghyn.
- 3 As hooar Judas Phares as Zarah rish Thamar, as hooar Phales Esrom, as hooar Esrom Aram.
- 4 As hooar Aram Aminadab, as hooar Aminadab Naason, as hooar Naason Salmon
- 5 As hooar Salmon Booz rish Rachab, as hooar Booz Obed rish Ruth, as hooar Obed Jesse.
- 6 As hooar Jesse David yn ree, as hooar David yn ree Solomon reeish v'er ny ve ben Urias.
- 7 As hooar Solomon Roboam, as hooar Roboam Abia, as hooar Abia Asa:
- 8 As hooar Asa Josaphat, as hooar Josaphat Joram, as hooar Joram Ozias.
- 9 As hooar Ozias Joatham, as hooar Joatham Achaz, as hooar Achaz Ezekias.
- 10 As hooar Ezekias Manasses, as hooar Manasses Amon, as hooar Amon Josias.
- 11 As hooar Josias Jechonias as e vraaraghyn, mysh traa yn chappeeys Babylonagh.
- 12 As rish earish yn chappeeys Babylon agh hooar Jechonias Salathiel, as hooar Salathiel Zorobabel.
- 13 As hooar Zorobabel Abiud, as hooar Abiud Eliakim, as hooar Eliakim Azor.
- 14 As hooar Azor Sadoc, as hooar Sadoc Achim, as hooar Achim Eliud.
- 15 As hooar Eliud Eliazar, as hooar Eliazar Matthan, as hooar Matthan Jacob.
- 16 As hooar Jacob Joseph sheshey Voirrey, j'eeish ruggyr Yeesey, ta enmyssit Creest.
- 17 Myr shen ta ooilley ny sheelogheyn veih Abraham gys David, kiare sheelogheyn jeig: as veih David derrey'n chappeeys ayns Babylon, kiare sheelogheyn jeig: as veih'n chappeeys ayns Babylon derrey Creest kiare sheelogheyn jeig.
- 18 Nish shoh myr haink (Yeesey) Creest er y theihll: Erreish da e voir Moirrey ve nasht rish Joseph, roish my daink ad dy vaghey cooidjagh, v'ee ry-akin dy ve corrym liorish yn Spyrryd Noo.
- 19 As myr va Joseph e sheshey ny ghooinney cairal, as neu-wooiagh dy choyrt ee gys nearey foshlit, v'eh smooinaghtyn dy scarrey
- 20 Agh choud as va ny reddyn shoh er e aigney, cur-my-ner haink ainle y Chiarn huggey ayns ashlish, gra, Yoseph, vac Ghavid, ny bee aggle ort dy ghoaill hood Moirrey dty ven: son shen t'er ny ghientyn aynjee, te jeh'n Spyrryd Noo.
- 21 As ver ee mac son y theihll, as nee oo genmys eh Yeesey, son sauee eh e phobble veih nyn beccaghyn.
- 22 (Shoh myr va er ny chooilleeney ooilley ny loayr y Chiarn liorish y phadeyr, gra
- 23 Cur-my-ner nee moidyn gientyn, as ver ee mac son y theihll, as nee ad genmys eh Emmanuel, ta shen dy ghra, Jee marin.)
- 24 Tra va Joseph eisht er n'irree veih cadley, ren eh myr va ainle y Chiarn er chur roish, as ghow eh thie e ven:
- 25 As cha row veg echey dy yannoo r'ee, derrey hug ee e ynrycan mac son y theihll, as denmys eh yn ennym echey Yeesey.
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Manx Gaelic (Esther Jonah 4 Gospels) (manxgaelic - 1.1)2003-05-08
Manx Gaelic (gv)
Gaelic Scripture Portions (Manx Gaelic)
The Manx Gaelic Scripture portions were found at: http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~kelly/menu.html#BIB.
They include Esther, Jonah, Matthew, Luke, and John. This looks like it has been scanned in, so there are probably a few spelling errors. Manx was spoken on the Isle of Man in Great Britain. The Ethnologue lists Manx as having no native speakers.
Courtesy the Unbound Bible (http://unbound.biola.edu/)
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- LCSH: Bible. Manx Gaelic.
- Distribution Abbreviation: manxgaelic
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