Origin of Manx
Examples from the Web for manx
And in the end the Manx people loved Bishop Wilson, and still they bless his memory.
But we have no such great work, no fine Manx poem, no good novel in Manx, not even a Manx sermon of high mark.
Then the stories she told me of the Manx sailor were all imagination, were they?Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon|Hall Caine
Then the Coroner of the premier sheading began to recite the same titles in Manx.The Manxman|Hall Caine
Discuss the problems presented; read the descriptions of Manx life among the people; compare the heroes.Woman's Club Work and Programs|Caroline French Benton
Word Origin for Manx
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.