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    Jonah 1
    •   Nish haink goo yn Chiarn gys Jonah mac Amittai gra,
    •   Trog ort, immee gys Nineveh yn ard valley mooar shen, as trog seose dty choraa noi eck, son ta'n mee chraueeaght oc er jeet seose kiongoyrt rhym.
    •   Agh dirree Jonah seose dy roie er-chea gys Tarshish veih fenish y Chiarn, as hie eh sheese gys Joppa; as hooar eh lhong goll gys Tarshish: myr shen deeck eh yn leagh-shiaullee, as hie eh er boayrd, dy gholl maroo gys Tarshish, veih fenish y Chiarn.
    •   Agh hug y Chiarn magh geay vooar er yn aarkey, as va sterrym dorrinagh ayns y cheayn, myr shen dy row yn lhong ayns gaue brishey.
    •   Eisht va aggle er ny marrinee, as deie ad dagh dooinney gys e yee, as hilg ad magh yn chooid v'er boayrd 'sy cheayn, dy eddrymaghey yn lhong: agh va Jonah ersooyl sheese 'sy chabbane, as lhie eh, as v'eh trome ny chadley.
    •   Myr shen haink mainshtyr y lhong huggey, as dooyrt eh rish, Kys t'ou cadley myr shoh, y chadlag? irree, eie er dty Yee, my she shen dy jean Jee smooinaghtyn orrin, nagh bee mayd caillit.
    •   As dooyrt ad, dagh fer rish e heshey, Tar-jee, as lhig dooin lottyn y hayrn, dy vod fys y ve ain, quoi by-chyndagh ta'n olk shoh er jeet orrin. Myr shen hilg ad lottyn, as huitt y lot er Jonah.
    •   Eisht dooyrt ad rish, Insh dooin, ta shin guee ort, quoi by-chyndagh ta'n olk shoh er jeet orrin: cre ta dty aght beaghee? as cre voish t'ou? cre'n cheer t'ou jeh? as cre'n sleih t'ou jeh?
    •   As dooyrt eh roo, She Hebrew mee, as ta mee goaill aggle roish y Chiarn, Jee ny flaunys, t'er chroo yn aarkey as y thalloo chirrym.
    • 10   Eisht va ny deiney erskyn-towse agglagh, as dooyrt ad rish, Cre'n-fa t'ou uss er n'yannoo shoh? (son va fys ec ny deiney dy row eh er-chea veih fenish y Chiarn, son v'eh er n'insh daue).
    • 11   Eisht dooyrt ad rish, Cre nee mayd rhyt, dy vod y keayn ve kiune dooin? (son va'n keayn freaney, as erskyn-towse stermagh).
    • 12   As dooyrt eh roo, Trog-jee mee seose, as tilg-jee mee magh 'sy cheayn; myr shen vees y keayn kiune diuish: son ta fys aym dy nee by-chyndagh rhym's ta'n sterrym mooar shoh er jeet erriu.
    • 13  . Ny-yeih, ren ny deiney gymmyrt dy doccaragh, dy chosney yn thalloo, agh cha voddagh ad roshtyn, son va'n keayn freaney, as dowil-dorrinagh noi oc.
    • 14   Shen-y-fa, deie ad gys y Chiarn, as dooyrt ad, Ta shin guee ort, O Hiarn, ta shin guee ort, ny lhig dooin cherraghtyn son bioys yn dooinney shoh, as ny cur gys nyn lieh yn uill gyn-loght; son t'ou uss, O Hiarn, er n'yannoo myr s'gooidsave lhiat.
    • 15   Myr shen hrog ad seose Jonah, as hilg ad eh magh 'sy cheayn, as ghow yn aarkey kiunid veih freaney.
    • 16   Eisht ghow ny deiney aggle roish y Chiarn erskyn-towse, as ren ad breearrey dy hebbal oural da'n Chiarn.
    • 17   Nish va'n Chiarn er chiarail eeast mooar dy lhuggey seose Jonah, as va Jonah ayns bolg yn eeast, three laa as three oieghyn.
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  • Manx Gaelic (Esther Jonah 4 Gospels) (manxgaelic - 1.1)


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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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