The Isle of Man

Manx Gaelg

Manx is a celtic language spoken on The Isle of Man. Manx was once spoken by most of the people on The Isle of Man until 1765, when the island was sold to the British. Since1992 schools have been teaching Manx to students. Manx sounds like Irish and Scottish Gaelg.

Manx Gaelg Phrases

Bannaghtyn: Greetings

Ta'n ennym orrym: My name is

Fastyr mie: Good morning/afternoon

Fark ort: Stop

Gura mie ayd: Thank you

Slane ihait: Good bye