Manx weather

90 images to help you communicate about the weather in Manx. Just hover over the images to be able to download or share these files through social media or messaging.
These were all originally crocheted for us by Yarny Gráinne - gura mie ayd!

  • Grianagh
    (Sunny)
  • Kayt maynrey
    (Happy cat)
  • Laa mie jiu
    (Good day today)
  • Laa mie ayns Mannin
    (Good day in the Isle of Man)
  • Grianagh son yn chooid smoo
    (Sunny for the most part)
  • Laa mie
    (Good day)
  • Goll twoaie
    (Rainbow)
  • Goll twoaie as kayt maynrey
    (Rainbow and happy cat)
  • Bodjallagh
    (Cloudy)
  • Bodjallagh reesht
    (Cloudy again)
  • Bodjallagh son yn chooid smoo
    (Cloudy for the most part)
  • Beggan bodjallagh
    (A little bit cloudy)
  • Bodjallagh ayns Mannin jiu
    (Cloudy in the Isle of Man today)
  • Geay eddrym
    (Light wind)
  • Geay eddrym agh braew
    (Light wind but fine)
  • Geayagh
    (Windy)
  • Geayagh as bodjallagh
    (Windy and cloudy)
  • Geayagh as dullyr
    (Windy and dull)
  • Geayagh as dullyr reesht
    (Windy and dull again)
  • Cha nel eh jeeaghyn braew jiu
    (Not looking fine today)
  • Rastagh
    (Stormy)
  • Rastagh reesht
    (Stormy again)
  • Kayt boght
    (Poor cat)
  • Raaue: Kayt getlagh
    (Warning: Flying cat)
  • C'raad ta my chayt?
    (Where is my cat?)
  • Raaue: Kayt getlagh
    (Warning: Flying cat)
  • Laa elley ayns Mannin
    (Another day in the Isle of Man)
  • Rastagh
    (Stormy)
  • Vel oo er n'akin my chayt?
    (Have you seen my cat?)
  • Shoh my chayt!
    (There's my cat!)
  • Kay er ny crink
    (Mist on the hills)
  • Kay er ny crink reesht
    (Mist on the hills again)
  • Kay er ny crink - gow kiarail
    (Mist on the hills - take care)
  • Kay er ny crink - imman dy moal
    (Mist on the hills - drive slowly)
  • Kay as fliaghey
    (Mist and rain)
  • Kay as fliaghey er ny crink
    (Mist and rain on the hills)
  • Kay as fliaghey reesht
    (Mist and rain again)
  • Tendreil
    (Lightning)
  • Ta Thor corree
    (Thor is angry)
  • Fliaghey hoal as wass
    (Intermittent rain)
  • Bit beg quaagh jiu
    (A little strange today)
  • Fliaghey hoal as wass
    (Intermittent rain)
  • Yn emshyr jiu
    (The weather today)
  • Laa agglagh
    (Terrible day)
  • Dullyr as fliugh
    (Dull and wet)
  • Yn emshyr jiu
    (The weather today)
  • Fliaghey eddrym
    (Light rain)
  • Kayt fliugh
    (Wet cat)
  • Fliaghey
    (Rain)
  • T'eh ceau fliaghey
    (It's raining)
  • T'eh ceau fliaghey reesht
    (It's raining again)
  • Jelune
    (Monday)
  • Fliaghey trome
    (Heavy rain)
  • Cha nel reesht!
    (Not again!)
  • Jerrey shiaghtin maynrey dhyt
    (Happy weekend to you)
  • Kayt baiht
    (Drowned cat)
  • Thooilley
    (Flood)
  • Ta'n kayt snaue
    (The cat is swimming)
  • Thooilley
    (Flood)
  • Kayt ny Marrey
    (Seat cat)
  • Sniaghtey garroo
    (Hail)
  • Sniaghtey
    (Snow)
  • Sniaghtey er ny crink
    (Snow on the hills)
  • Nollick ghennal
    (Happy Christmas)
  • Sniaghtey as aalin
    (Snow and beautiful)
  • Oie vie
    (Good night)
  • Oie vie as caddil dy mie
    (Good night and sleep well)
  • Lhie ny greiney
    (Sunset)
  • Jeeaghyn sheear
    (Looking west)
  • Irree ny greiney
    (Sunrise)
  • Jeeaghyn shiar
    (Looking east)
  • Yn Eayst
    (The moon)
  • Yn Eayst as rollageyn
    (The moon and stars)
  • Lane eayst
    (Full moon)
  • Noght
    (Night)
  • T'eh jeeaghyn braew noght
    (It's looking fine tonight)
  • Yn Eayst
    (The moon)
  • Lieh eayst
    (Half moon)
  • Oie romansagh
    (Romantic night)
  • Oie yesh son shooyl fo'n eayst
    (Nice night for walking under the moon)
  • As yn kayt getlagh harrish yn eayst
    (And the cat flies over the moon)
  • ... beggan quaagh
    (... a little strange)
  • Oie elley ayns Purt ny hInshey
    (Another night in Peel)
  • As yn kayt getlagh harrish yn eayst
    (And the cat flies over the moon)
  • ... beggan quaagh
    (... a little strange)
  • Oie elley ayns Purt le Moirrey
    (Another night in Port St. Mary)
  • T'eh jeeaghyn aalin noght
    (It's looking beautiful tonight)