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    John 7
    •   NY lurg shoh duirree Yeesey ayns Galillee: son cha row eh booiagh cummal ayns Judea, er-yn-oyr dy row ny Hewnyn shirrey eh y varroo.
    •   Nish va feailley cabbaneyn ny Hewnyn er-gerrey.
    •   Dooyrt e vraaraghyn er-y-fa shen rish, Faag y voayl shoh, as immee gys Judea, dy vod ny eiyrtee t'ayd ayns shen myrgeddin fakin ny obbraghyn t'ou dy yannoo.
    •   Son cha vel dooinney erbee freayll e obbraghyn follit, as eh-hene shirrey dy ve cronnal: My t'ou jannoo ny reddyn shoh soilshee oo hene da'n theihll.
    •   Son chamoo ren e vraaraghyn hene credjal ayn.
    •   Eisht dooyrt Yeesey roo, Cha vel my hraa's foast er jeet: agh ta'n traa euish dy kinjagh jesh diu.
    •   Cha vod y seihll dwoaie y chur diuish, agh dooys te cur dwoaie; er-yn-oyr dy vel mee gymmyrkey feanish jeh, dy vel ny obbraghyn echey olk.
    •   Immee-jee shiuish seose gys y feailley shoh: cha vel mish son goll seose foast gys y feailley shoh, er-yn-oyr nagh vel my hraa foast er jeet.
    •   Tra v'eh er ghra ny goan shoh roo duirree eh myr v'eh ayns Galilee.
    • 10   Agh tra va e vraaraghyn er gholl seose, eisht hie eshyn myrgeddin seose gys y feailley, cha nee dy foshlit, agh myr dy beagh eh dy follit.
    • 11   Eisht va ny Hewnyn briaght er e hon ec y feailley, as dooyrt ad, Cre vel eh?
    • 12   As va lane argane mastey yn pobble mychione echey: son va paart gra, She dooinney mie eh: as feallagh elley gra, Cha nee; agh t'eh molley yn pobble.
    • 13   Ny-yeih, cha loayr dooinney erbee dy foshlit jeh, goaill aggle roish ny Hewnyn.
    • 14   Nish mysh mean y feailley, hie Yeesey seose gys y chiamble, as dynsee eh.
    • 15   As ghow ny Hewnyn yindys, gra, Kys ta lheid yn ynsagh ec y dooinney shoh, nagh row eh-hene rieau ynsit?
    • 16   Dreggyr Yeesey ad, as dooyrt eh, Cha vel my ynsagh lhiam pene, agh leshyn t'er my choyrt.
    • 17   My vees dooinney erbee aggindagh yn aigney echeysyn y yannoo, yiow eh toiggal jeh'n ynsagh, nee veih Jee te, ny vel mee loayrt jee'm pene.
    • 18   Eshyn ta loayrt jeh hene, t'eh shirrey e ooashley hene: agh eshyn ta shirrey yn ooashley echeysyn t'er choyrt eh, t'eh shen firrinagh, as cha vel neu-chairys erbee ayn.
    • 19   Nagh dug Moses yn leigh diu, as cha vel fer j'iu freayll yn leigh? Cre'n-fa ta shiu shirrey my vioys y ghoaill?
    • 20   Dreggyr y pobble eh, as dooyrt ad, Ta drogh-spyrryd breagagh aynyd: Quoi ta shirrey dty vioys y ghoaill?
    • 21   Dreggyr Yeesey as dooyrt eh roo, Ta mish er n'yannoo yn un obbyr shoh, as ta shiu ooilley goaill yindys.
    • 22   Hug Moses er-y-fa shen yn giarey chymmylt diu, (cha nee son dy vel eh jeh Moses, agh jeh ny ayraghyn) as ta shiu er laa yn doonaght giarey-chymmylt dooinney.
    • 23   My ta dooinney er y doonaght goaill giarey chymmylt, son nagh bee leigh Voses er ny vrishey; vel shiuish jymmoosagh rhym's, son dy vel mee er n'yannoo dooinney ooilley magh slane er y doonaght?
    • 24   Ny jean-jee briwnys rere yn caslys, agh jean-jee briwnys cairagh.
    • 25   Eisht dooyrt paart jeusyn va veih Jerusalem, Nagh nee shoh eh t'ad shirrey dy varroo?
    • 26   Agh cur-my-ner, t'eh loayrt dy foshlit, as cha vel ad gra veg n'oi: vel dy jarroo fys ec ny firreill dy nee shoh yn Creest firrinagh?
    • 27   Ny-yeih ta enney ain er y dooinney shoh cre-voish t'eh: agh tra hig Creest, cha bee fys ec dooinney erbee cre-voish t'eh.
    • 28   Eisht deie Yeesey ayns y chiamble myr v'eh gynsaghey, gra, Ta chammah enney eu orrym's, aa ta fys eu cre-voish ta mee: as cha vel mish er jeet jee'm pene, agh t'eshyn t'er ny choyrt firrinagh, eshyn cha nione diu.
    • 29   Agh shione dooys eh, son ta mee veih, as t'eh er my choyrt.
    • 30   Eisht v'ad shirrey y ghoaill eh: agh cha dug dooinney erbee laue er, son nagh row yn oor echey foast er jeet.
    • 31   As ren ymmodee jeh'n pobble credjal ayn, as dooyrt ad, Tra hig Creest, jean eh ny shlee mirril na ad shoh ta'n dooinney shoh er n'yannoo?
    • 32   Cheayll ny Phariseeyn dy row yn pobble tallagh myr shoh my-e-chione: as hug ny Phariseeyn as ny ard-saggyrtyn magh sidooryn dy ghoaill eh.
    • 33   Eisht dooyrt Yeesey roo, Foast tammylt beg ta mish meriu, as eisht ta mee goll huggeysyn t'er my choyrt.
    • 34   Shirree shiu mee agh cha vow shiu mee: as y raad ta mish, cha vod shiuish cheet.
    • 35   Eisht dooyrt ny Hewnyn nyn mast' oc hene, C'raad hed eh, nagh vow mayd eh? jed eh gys ny Hewnyn t'er nyn skeayley mastey ny Ashoonee, as adsyn y ynsaghey .
    • 36   Cre'n monney dy raa shoh t'eh er loayrt, Shirree shiu mee, agh cha vow shiu mee: as y raad ta mish cha vod shiuish cheet?
    • 37   Er y laa s'jerree, laa mooar ny feailley, hass Yeesey, as deie eh, gra, My ta dooinney erbee paagh, lhig da cheet hym's as giu.
    • 38   Eshyn ta credjal aynym's, myr ta'n scriptyr er ghra, Ass y chree echeysyn roieys strooanyn dy ushtey bio.
    • 39   (Agh shoh loayr eh jeh'n Spyrryd, v'adsyn va credjal ayn ry-hoi gheddyn: son cha row yn Spyrryd Noo foast er ny choyrt, er yn-oyr nagh row Yeesey foast er ny ghloyraghey.)
    • 40   Dooyrt ymmodee jeh'n phobble er-y fa shen, tra cheayll ad y raa shoh, Ayns firrinys shoh yn phadeyr.
    • 41   Dooyrt feallagh elley, She shoh yn Creest. Agh dooyrt paart, Jig Creest ass Galilee?
    • 42   Nagh vel y scriptyr er ghra, dy vel Creest dy heet jeh sluight Ghavid, as ass y balley Bethlehem, raad ruggyr David?
    • 43   Myr shen va streeu mastey'n pobble mychione echey.
    • 44   As va paart jeu son goaill eh; agh cha dug dooinney jeu laue er.
    • 45   Eisht haink ny sidooryn gys ny ard saggyrtyn as ny Phariseeyn, dooyrt roo, Cre'n-fa nagh dug shiu lhieu eh?
    • 46   Dreggyr ny sidooryn, Cha ren rieau dooinney loayrt myr y dooinney shoh.
    • 47   Eisht dreggyr ny Phariseeyn ad, Vel shiuish myrgeddin er nyn molley?
    • 48   Vel veg jeh ny fir-reill, as jeh ny Phariseeyn er chredjal ayn?
    • 49   Agh ta'n pobble shoh, nagh vel toiggal yn leigh, fo mollaght.
    • 50   Dooyrt Nicodemus roo (eh haink gys Yeesey ayns yn oie, v'eh fer jeusyn.)
    • 51   Vel y leigh ainyn deyrey dooinney erbee roish clashtyn y choyrt da, as prowal oc n'oi cre t'eh er n'yannoo?
    • 52   Dreggyr adsyn, as dooyrt ad rish, Nee ass Galilee t'ou uss myrgeddin? jean-jee ronsaghey as jeeaghyn: son cha vel phadeyr erbee er droggal ayns Galilee.
    • 53   As jimmee dy chooilley ghooinney roish gys e hie hene.
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    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.
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