The Bible


Ta ny undinyn eck er ny croink chasherick: shynney lesh y Chiarn giattyn Sion ny share na ooilley cummallyn Yacob.

His foundation is upon the holy hills: the Lord loveth the gates of Sion more than all the dwellings of Jacob.


Ta reddyn feer ooasle er nyn loayrt jeed's: uss ard-valley dy Yee.

Very excellent things are spoken of thee: thou city of God.


Smooinee-ym er Rahab as Babylon: mâroosyn ta enney oc orrym.

I will make mention of Egypt and Babylon: among them that know me.


Cur-jee my-ner ny Philistinee neesht: as adsyn jeh Tyre, marish ny Morianee; jeeagh, ayns shen v'eh er ny ruggey.

Behold ye the Philistines also, and they of Tyre, with the Morians: lo, they shall be counted as born in Sion.


As mychione Sion bee eh er ny ghra, dy row eh er ny ruggey ayn-jee: as nee yn Er smoo syrjey ee y niartaghey.

Yea of Sion it shall be reported, This one and that one was born in her: and the most High shall stablish her.


Nee yn Chiarn shoh y imraa tra t'eh scrieu coontey yn phobble: dy row eh ruggit ayns shen.

The Lord shall reckon, when he writeth up the peoples: that each one was born in Sion.


Adsyn neesht ta goaill arraneyn-moyllee as jannoo bingys ver eh 'sy choontey: bee ooilley my ushtaghyn geill oor aynyds.

The singers also and trumpeters shall make answer: All my fresh springs are in thee.