Manx adj : of or relating to the Isle of Man or its inhabitants or their language; "the Manx fishing industry"; "there are few Manx speakers alive today" n : the Gaelic language formerly spoken on the Isle of Man
EtymologyFrom Mansk, adjectival form of Mon.
- Pertaining to the Isle of Man.
- Specifically, of or relating to Manx Gaelic.
- Specifically, of or relating to Manx cats.
- A Manx cat.
- Cymric - long hair version of the Manx.
- Manx Gaelic
a Goidelic language spoken on the Isle of Man
Manx is an adjective describing things or people related to the Isle of Man:
It may also refer to:
- Manx (cat)
- Manx Loaghtan, a breed of sheep
- Manx Robber Fly (Machimus cowini), an insect
- Manx Shearwater (Puffinus puffinus), a sea bird
- Isle of Man cabbage (Coincya monensis monensis)
- Cabbage tree (New Zealand) (Cordyline australis), sometimes called the Manx palm
- Extinct animals from the Isle of Man
- Manx Minuet, member of the band Mistula
- Manx Norton, a racing motorcycle
- Manx pound, the currency of the Isle of Man
- Manx Radio, the national radio station of the Isle of Man
- Manx spirit, a clear whisky
- Meyers Manx, a dune buggy
Manx in German: Manx
Manx in Spanish: Manx
Manx in French: Manx
Manx in Dutch: Manx
Manx in Simple English: Manx
Manx in Finnish: Manx
Manx in Swedish: Manx