[ US /ˈmæŋks/ ]
  1. the ancient Gaelic formerly spoken on the Isle of Man; the language is sometimes used on ceremonial occasions
  2. a short-haired tailless breed of cat believed to originate on the Isle of Man
  1. of or relating to the Isle of Man or its inhabitants or their language
    there are few Manx speakers alive today
    the Manx fishing industry
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How To Use Manx In A Sentence

  • there are few Manx speakers alive today
  • Then the Coroner of the premier sheading began to recite the same titles in Manx. The Manxman A Novel - 1895
  • Our own species' compulsion to selectively breed any animal that can be kept as a pet led to a trade in ‘fancy’ mice, those with odd coat colors and forms (including tailless Manx mice).
  • The majority of the Manx Group comprises mature cratonic detritus typical of a passive margin.
  • The news today reports about a Manx Shearwater, a pelagic bird, that is believed to be the oldest wild bird in the United Kingdom.
  • Rounded grains have occasionally been observed in thin section which, together with the very mature suite of heavy minerals present, indicates that at least some of the Manx Group detritus is polycyclic.
  • ‘A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot’, wrote the Manx poet, Thomas Edward Browne.
  • They were all similar to Juniper, but each came in a different breed or color; some were ginger, some were tabbies, Manx even… Every kind of cat.
  • A Manx shearwater colony has a particularly powerful stench.
  • Weh habs manxs kitteh at mai fambiby buzinezz (weh sellz farm machinz) an he iz bein teh wyld. he wunt eben cumz neer hoomanz, he runzawaywifakwickness sew we kantz halp himz much butt(!) ai iz awlwayz bein glads tu see himz awround. I find yur “string theoree” - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
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