Old Irish-Paradigms: And Selections from the Old-Irish by John Strachan

By John Strachan

With Notes and Vocabulary through John Strachan Revised through Osborn Bergin Bergin's revised variation that includes extra sections at the comparisons of adjectives and private pronouns.

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Riam remi occunn 2. OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS CO, to. 1. cuccum 2. cuc(c)ut 3. Pl. n. cuc(c)i /. cuicce, cuccae eter, between. Sg. I. etrum, etrom I. cucunn 2. cuc(c)uib 3. cuccu 27 28 OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS tar, dar, across, over. i. OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS 1> OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS 30 B (i) marbaid, - kills. In the deponential inflexion To A (3) belong deponents -cuirethar, thar, thinks, B (i) labrithir, speaks, i' H"i'^-f^i' and (2) are not represented. ^- - (2) léicid, leaves. A like (i) midithir, judges, do-moine-cluinethar, places, an example.

Té, hot, C^^- Pl. F. téit. ^ C- tíjzju^ COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES The Equative dían, swift dénithir. : léir, diligent demin, lérithir. : certain demnithir. : suthain, lasting erlam, ready suthainidir. : erlamaidir. : ThE COMPARAXn'E sen, old siniu. : dían, swift déniu. : fáilid, glad : oll, great uilliu. : ard, high fáiltiu. ardu. : lobor, weak tromm, lobru. : heavy trummu. : brónchu. cumachtach, mighty cumachtchu. brónach, sad : : ansae, difficult toísech, chief, : ansu. first : toísigiu, toísechu, toísegu, prior.

And Pl. Class A is common in rel. clauses intí no-t ail or intí no-dat ail, he who nourishes thee in tan no-t ail or in tan no-n-dat ail, when he NoTE I. I ' : ' ' ; nourishes thee NoTE gair, calls ' 2. he ' — From calls them when he '. con-gair, them ', but ' he calls : and in tan con-da-gair ', calls them non-rel. (B) cota- ' (C) intí con-da-gair, rel. ( '. Infixed pronouns after ná, nád. Singular 1 . nachin, nachan , 2. nachit', nachat' 3. m. nach n° NoTE. Plural náchim' nacham' /. nacha n. nach', nachid' — Sg.

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