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C, 3, AND T, BEFORE 1,

бne. a kind.

Cŋo, a nut.

Mna, of a woman.
Do mnaoi, to a woman.
Cnút, envy.
Chap, a knob.
Cnoc, a hill.

Cŋob, a maggot.
Cηájb, hemp.
Cη401, a consumption.
Chead, a wound.
Gnár, a custom.
Gnjom, an act.
Gnoo, business.
Gηří, a notch.

PROMISCUOUS.

21, a month.
Lán, middle.
Bán, white.
Gorm, blue.
An Trŕil. the eye.
A lam, her hand.
Drujm, the back.
Na 3cor, of the feet.
A corg, to restrain.
Gul, weeping.
Truaż, pity.
Furm, form.
Toil, will.

Dŕil, expectation. Sgian, a knife.

Uj, an egg. Beoir, beer. Lean, ale. Déirc, alms. Súrt, a flail.

Cuing. a yoke.
Stóir, a store.
Slin, a slate.
Buils, bellows.
Gral, a coal.
lŕb, a link.
Scuab, a broom.
Fjad, venison.
Luċ, a mouse.

Lur, an herb.
Don, brown.
Spré, a portion.
Aon, one.
Tirm, dry.
Bo, a cow.
Or, gold.
Plún, flour.

Bhfuil tu? are you?
Rajb me, I was.
Aihm, a name.
Bejo me, I will be.

Long, a trace.

Glás, green.
Crañ, a tree.
Fág, leave.
So, this.

Sin, that.
Sjad, they.
Rujn, division.

Chum, to.
A ngár, near.
A brad, far.
Garg, fierce.

F401, under.
Suar, up.
Sjor, down.

Sjud, sit.

lējs, read.
A dul, to go.
Lin, with us.
Ljb, with you.

FAMILIAR WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES.

ASPIRATED CONSONANTS.

Seat-air, God.
At-an, father.
Maiż-dean, a maid.
Beat-a, life.
Flat-ear, heaven.
Djab-al, devil.
Tal-am, earth.
Ajd-er, air.

Geal-aċ, moon.
Sneaċ-ta, snow.
Tion-ead, thaw.
Thorn-ead, thunder.

Laet-e, days.

Ojdċ-e, night.
An-już to-day,
Már-aċ, to-morrow,
Noir-tior, aftermorrow.
Seaco-main, a week.

Bljad.ain a year.
Rajt-e, quarter of a year.
Meod-on, middle.
Sat-airn, Saturday.
Dom-nac Sunday.
51on-bajn, January.
Noo-log, Christmas.
Saṁ-rad, summer.
Fog-man, harvest.
Gem-read, winter.
Buaċ-aill, a boy.
Naoid-ean, a child.
Fat-aċ, a giant.
Ab-aċ, a dwarf
Fear-dact, manhood.
Bat-ais, crown of the head.
Az-41, the face.

Fab-rao, eye-lids. Rad-anc, sight. Am-arc, look. Sзorn-aċ, throat. Broll-aċ, breast,

Corr-méar, fore-finger.
Dub-ajn, kidney.
Uaċ-tar, instep.
Ream-ar, fat.
In-ċin, brain.
Szam-óg, lungs.
Dub-lajt, spleen.
Fajt-ne, a wart.
Fiab-ras, a fever.
Crit-eat, ague.
Taċtad, strangling.
Cut-ac, furious.
Lob-nao, leprosy.
Clajm-e, itch.

Marb-aċ, deadly.
Spot-fa, sneezing.
Bruct-aċ, belching.
Coo-lao, sleeping.
Com-ra, conversation.
eiro-eact, hearing.
Cjall-a15, sensible.
Beod-act, briskness.
Meob-air, memory.
Cum-ne, recollection.
Mearb-all, mistake,
Dob-nón, sorrow.
Aojb-near, pleasure.
Am-nar, doubt.
Truaid-e, pity.
Cloid-eam, a sword.
Bráz-ad, a reck.
Deór-ad, a stranger.
Cuir-ead, a feast.

Gream-03, crust.
Lajö-in, leaven.
Blaʊ-aċ, buttermilk,
Gab-al, a fork.

Bio-ir, a screw.
Cat-air, a city.
Ball-ajo, walls.
Marz-a, a market.
Breaż-am, a judge.

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Seis-reaċ, a six horse plough. Oin-neir, furniture.

Trill-sean, a lamp.

Seam-róg, clover.
Sean-da, ancient.
Sear-am, standing.
Sin-e, ourselves.
Sib-fe, yourselves.
Sim-leojo, a chimney.
Don-uir, of a door.

SHORT DIPHTHONGS.

Spjor-ad, a spirit. Nad-ur, nature. Aing-eal, an angel. If-rjoñ, hell.

Tejn-e, fire.
Uirg-e, water.
Sojll-re, light.
Aim-rir, time.

Tujl-e, a flood.
Maid-in, morning.
earr-ac, spring.
Duin-e, a man.

Caill-eaċ, an old woman.
Cajl-jn, a girl.
Wujn-éal, a neck.
Uill-eán, an elbow.
Jorg-ad, a ham.
Crojc-eañ, skin.
Cuir-le, a vein.
Bajn-ne, milk.
бionμ-4, shorter.
Buill-e, blow.
Briong-lóid, a dream.
Air-ling, a vision.

Jom-ċar, a carriage.
Tuig-re, understanding.
Dear-mud, forgetfulness.
Beat-a, life.

But-air, a boot.
Suip ear, supper.
Buil-in, a loaf.
Air-giott, silver.

Geat-4, a gate.
Cujñ-e, a corner.
Bail-e, a town.
Eag-lais, a church.
Sean-moir, a sermon.
Tjom-na, a testament.
Sgriop-tuir, scripture.
Carp-03, a bishop.
Seag-ul, rye.
Coinc-e, oats.
Muill-teoir, a miller.
Muill-jon, a mill.
Seom-ra, a chamber.
Leab-a, a bed.

Fujñ-eóg, a window.
Muiñ-tir, people.
Con-eal, a candle.
Coñ-leoir, a candlestick.

Sim-leojo, a chimney.
Grior-aċ, embers.
Lár-an, burning.
Duill-eóg a leaf.
Gearr-án, a horse.

Cuil-eán, a whelp. Wad-uid, a dog. Cojn-jn, a rabbit. Mjoñ-án, a kid.

LONG DIPHTHONGS.

Créat-ur, a creature
Fáirg-e, a sea.
Lujo-e, lying.
Aloro-a, aged.
Páro-e, a child.
O13-e, youth.

Ead-an, a face.
Súil-e, eyes.
Pújr-in, a lip.
Fj4c-ail, a tooth.

Pjob-án, pipe.
Gual-a, a shoulder.

Póir-e, pores. Slaod-án, a cough.

Gluas-aċd, gesture.
Gruam-aċd, ugliness.
Réar-un, reason.
Céad-fa, sense.
Crjonn-a, wise.
Nájr-e, shame.

SINGLE.

Crjord-4, Christ.
Breit-eam, a judge.
Brjor-óg, a witch.
Chin-jol, a wood louse.
Crjon-lact, touchwood.
бrejo-eal, a griddle.
Grinn-jol, bottom of the sea.
Gréin-e, of the sun.
Griost-a, moved.

D, 1, 11 and T, LIQUID. Déif-ceart, south point. A-né, yesterday. Sljas-ad, a thigh. Tinn-eas, siekness. Djud-an, giddiness. Nearc-oid, boil. Sláint-e, health. Int-in, understanding. Britt-15, breeches. Fill-éad, a fillet. Brais-lead, a bracelet Bruit-e, boiled.

Tinn-tean, a hearth.

Cais-leán, a castle.
Fun-te, kneaded.
lit-ir, a letter.
Maist-in, a mastiff.
Neam-on, a diamond.

Neart-ṁar, strong. Nejm-n, nothing. Nij-im, I wash. Tiar-na, a lord. Tim-ċjoll, about.

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ORTHOGRAPHY.

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Daoin-e, men.

Céad-aoin, Wednesday.
Márt-a, march.
Trosg-ad, fasting.
Ord-63, a thumb.
Dom-blár, gall.
Grand-a, ugly.
Tan-a, lean.

Ball-a, a wall. Dán-act, boldness. Toc-ar, itch. ead-ac, robe. Sud-63, a cake. Ceall-port,, a see. Sag-art, a priest. Tob-an, a fountain. Láid-in, strong. Punn-an, a sheaf. Tujb-e, straw. Tairng-e, a nail. Dor-as, a door. Fal-am, empty. Láŋ-a, a lane. laṁ-rann, a handstaff. Lat-aċ, mire.

ECLIPSES.

Ar mbraż-air, our brother.
An mbol-án, our bullock.
Ar zcait-reim, our triumph.
Ar ndán-act, our boldness.
Ar bfear-ann, our ground.
Ar ngaird‍ín, our garden.
Ar ngeib-joll, our chains.
Ar nguid-e, our prayer.
Ar bpjor-4, our piece.
Don Trim-leojo,to the chimney
Don Trluas-ad, to the shovel.
Ar dtiarn-a, our lord.
Ar gcoinn-eal, our candle.
Ar bpob-al, our people.
Ar dtein-e, our fire.
Ar idiad-aċt, our godliness.

FAMILIAR WORDS OF THREE SYLLABLES.

ASPIRATES NEARLY QUIESCENT. Neart-uż-ad, to strengthen.

Cruz-uz-ad, proof.

Slan-aiż-żeoir, saviour.
Cruz-aiż-żeoir, creator.

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