of or relating to the Isle of Man, its inhabitants, or their language.
(used with a plural verb) the inhabitants of the Isle of Man.
the Gaelic of the Isle of Man, virtually extinct.
of, relating to, or characteristic of the Isle of Man, its inhabitants, their language, or their dialect of English
a language of the Isle of Man, belonging to the N Celtic branch of the Indo-European family and closely related to Scottish Gaelic
(functioning as pl) the people of the Isle of Man
1798, earlier Manks (1620s), metathesized from Maniske (1570s) “of the Isle of Man,” from Old Norse *manskr, from Man (from Old Irish Manu “Isle of Man”) + suffix -iskr “ish.” Manx cat, without a tail, first attested 1843.
noun 1. a tailless variety of the domestic cat. noun 1. a short-haired tailless variety of cat, believed to originate on the Isle of Man
[mangks-muh n] /ˈmæŋks mən/ noun, plural Manxmen. 1. a native or inhabitant of the Isle of Man. /ˈmæŋksmən/ noun (pl) -men, -women 1. a native or inhabitant of the Isle of Man
- Manx shearwater
noun 1. a European oceanic bird, Puffinus puffinus, with long slender wings and black-and-white plumage: family Procellariidae (shearwaters)
adjective fearsome 1871, a word invented by Lewis Carroll.