Isle of Man A-Z

For each letter A-Z, can you guess the answer that pertains to the Isle of Man?
When the hint contains:
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Ends on "Letter"
the answer doesn't start with that letter
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Last updated: December 30, 2021
First submittedJuly 10, 2021
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Clue
Answer
A
Largest christian denomination
Anglican
B
Anthem
"Arrane Ashoonagh Vannin"
"O Land of Our Birth"
C
Island directly southwest of the Isle of Man
Calf of Man
D
Capital
Douglas
E
Official language
English
F
Legendary Giant who created the Isle of
Man by throwing a piece of land that was
where now the Lough Neagh is
Fionn mac Cumhaill
G
Lieutenant governor
Richard Gozney
H
National dish
Spuds and Herrin
I
Sea in which the Isle of Man is located
Irish Sea
J
Title of the Rulers of the Kingdom of the Isles
Scandinavian Form (English version works
too but does start with E)
Jarl
K
Lower House of the Parliament
House of Keys
L
Title of the Ruler
Lord of Mann
M
Celtic sea god after whom the Island is named
Manannán
N
Kingdom which the Isle of Man indirectly was
part of until the 13th Century
Norway
O
Second largest settlement
Onchan
P
Big Castle in the West of the Isle of Man
Peel Castle
Q
Motto:
"Wherever you throw it, it shall stand"
Quocunque Jeceris, Stabit
R
In the language of this Empire the Island was
called "Insula Manavia"
Roman Empire
S
Highest Mountain
Snaefell
T
Local parliament
Tynwald
U
Popular Sport
Rugby Union
V
Gaelic Name of the Isle of Man
Ellan Vannin
W
Sort of Kangaroo that lives wild on the Isle of Man
Red-necked Wallaby
X
Type of Gaelic that is spoken on the Isle of Man
Ends on X
Manx-Gaelic
Y
Gaelic name for #C
yn Cholloo
Z
Monarch
Contains a Z
Elizabeth II
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Level 60
Jul 10, 2021
The Title is Lord of Mann regardless of the gender. Elizabeth II is Lord (not Lady) of Mann. In the times of Queen Victoria it wasn't done this way and she was called Lady of Mann.