Last modified on 24 April 2014, at 09:26

insh

ManxEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Irish inis.

NounEdit

insh f (genitive inshey, plural inshyn)

  1. island
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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Irish indisid (tells, recounts, mentions, describes).

VerbEdit

insh (present participle ginsh, past participle inshit)

  1. to declare, communicate, divulge, report, announce
  2. to narrate, crack (as joke)

NounEdit

insh m

  1. Verbal noun of insh.
  2. speech, utterance, communication
  3. narration, coverage
  4. divulgation