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A Concise Dictionary of center English From A.D. 1150 To 1580.

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I6 OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS 17 i8 OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS amrae, wonderful. OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS 20 Stems 5. An instance is in a consonant. N. 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.

2) léicid, leaves. A like (i) midithir, judges, do-moine-cluinethar, places, an example. is B Of many hears. g. foilsigidir, manifests. ACTIVE AND PaSSIVE The plural. passive has forms only for the third persons singular and The other persons are expressed by means of the 3 Sg. g. berar, we are carried, no-m berar, I am carried, no-n etc. In the imperfect indicative, the past subjunctive, the secondary future, the 3 Sg. imperative, and the 2 Pl. of all only active forms are found. Present Indicative.

Being understood) hence after the conjunctions dia n-, if ', ara n-, in order that ', co n-, so that '. Class is used (a) after prep. ' : ' * ; ' ' (b) in rel. clauses (c) after rel. n. when ' rel. is subject. (d) after the interrogative particle — In in n-. and 2 Sg. 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 '.

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