Manx meaning

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Of or relating to the Isle of Man or its people, language, or culture.
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The people of the Isle of Man.
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The extinct Goidelic language of the Manx.
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A domestic cat of a tailless breed that originated on the Isle of Man, having either a short or long coat.
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Of the Isle of Man or its people, language, or culture.
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The Celtic language formerly spoken on the Isle of Man and now nearly extinct.
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Any of a breed of domestic cat, originating on the Isle of Man, with a short, dense coat and no tail.
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Relating to the Isle of Man and/or its Celto-Germanic people.
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Relating to the Manx language (also known as Manx Gaelic), a Goidelic language of the Celtic family.
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Relating to the Manx cat breed.
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A member or descendant of the Celto-Germanic people of the Isle of Man; a Manxman or Manxwoman.
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A breed of domestic cat native to the Isle of Man, principally characterized by suppression of the tail, and with a short-haired coat and rounded, cobby body.
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A cat of the Manx breed; a Manx cat.
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Manx Gaelic, a Goidelic Celtic language spoken on the Isle of Man.
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the Manx
  • The people of the Isle of Man.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

the Manx

Origin of manx

  • Alteration of Old Norse Mansk from Mon Man- Isle of Man
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Altered from Maniske, from assumed Old Norse *manskr, an adjectival form of Mon (“Isle of Man"), from Old Irish Mana.
    From Wiktionary