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C, G, I AND T, BEFORE I,
Gne, a kind.
Cuing. a yoke.
29), a month. lár, middle. Bán, white. Sorm, blue. An arril. the eye. A lar, her hand. Druim, the back. Na gcor, of the feet. A corg, to restrain. Sul, weeping. Truag, pity Fuirm, form. Toil, will. Dril, expectation. Szian, a knife.
Crañ, a tree.
Uğ, an egg.
Sjor, down. Sjud, sit. lēij, read.
Beoir, beer. lean, ale. Déirc, alms. Súirt, a flail.
A oul, to go. lin, with us. lb, with you.
FAMILIAR WORDS OF TWO
Seat-air, God. At-air, father. Waig-dean, a maid. Beac-a, life. Flaic-eas, heaven. Diab-al, devil. Tal-an), earth. Mid-er, air. Geal-aċ, moon. Sneaċ-ta, snow. Tion-ear, thaw. Tjorn-ead, thunder. laet-e, days. Ojoc-e, night. An-jug to-day, Wár-ać, to-morrow, Noirr-Gjor, aftermorrow. Seaco-rain, a week. Bliad.ain a year. Raite, quarter of a year. Weod-on, middle. Sat-airn, Saturday. Dom-nac Sunday. Gion-bair, January. Noo-log, Christmas. Sar-raó, summer. Fog-rair, harvest. Seim-read, winter. Buać-aill, a boy. Naojó-ean, a child. Fat-ać, a giant. Ab-ac, a dwarf Fear-oact, manhood. Bat-air, crown of the head. Az-ajo, the face. Fab-raó, eye-lids. Rao-arc, sight. Arn-arc, look. Sgorn-ać, throat. Broll-aċ, breast,
SYLLABLES. Corr-tiéar, fore-finger. Dub-ain, kidney. Uaċ-tar, instep. Ream-ar, fat. In-ċiñ, brain. Szarn-óg, lungs. Dub-lait, spleen. Fait-ne, a wart. Fiab-ras, a fever. Crit-eat, ague. Taču aó, strangling. Cuc-aċ, furious. Lob-raó, leprosy. Claim-e, itch. Warb-ac, deadly. Srou-, sneezing. Bruct-aċ, belching. Cod-lao, sleeping. Cor-raó, conversation. eisd-eact, hearing. Cjall-aig, sensible. Beoo-act, briskness. Weob-air, memory. Cuir-ne, recollection. Wearb-all, mistake, Dob-rón, sorrow. Gojb-neas, pleasure. Am-ras, doubt. Truaid-e, pity. Cloid-ear), a sword. Bráž-40, a reck. Deór-aó, a stranger. Cuir-ego, a feast. Greann-og, crust. Lajö-in, leaven. Blac-ac, buttermilk, 54b-al, a fork. Bio-ir, a screw. Cat-air, a city. Ball-ajo, walls. Warg-40, a market. Breat-41), a judge.
Fog-ar, a vowel. leig-ean, a lesson. Fiao-ain, wild. Brom-ać, a colt. Searr-4c, a foal. leom-an, a lion. Gao-ar, a hound. Gab-air, a goat. Beja-ir, a bear.
Long-poro, a garrison.
P LIKE TH ENGLISH. B1-rig, leap-year. Toir-eac, beginning. Brir-ear, breaking. Fair-sing, wide. Snaoir-in, snuff. Seir-reac, a six horse plough. Oir-neir, furniture. Trill-rean, a lamp. Seam-róg, clover. Sean-da, ancient. Seas-ari), standing. Siñ-e, ourselves. Sib-fe, yourselves. Sim-leojo, a chimney. Dor-uis, of a door.
Spior-4d, a spirit.
Cuil-eán, a whelp. W40-ujó, a dog. Coin-in, a rabbit. Won-án, a kid.
Caill-eac, an old woman.
Créat-ur, a creature Fáirg-e, a sea. Luíó-e, lying Aoso-a, aged. Páiso-e, a child. Oig-e, youth. ead-an, a face. Súil-e, eyes. Púir-ín, a lip. Fiac-ail, a tootla. Pjob-in, pipe. Gual-4, a shoulder. Póir-e, pores. Slaod-án, a cough. Gluas-aco, gesture. Gruam-4cd, ugliness. Réas-un, reason. Céad-fa, sense. Críonn-4, wise. Náir-e, shame.
D, 1, Y AND , LIQUID. Ball-a, a wall. Déir-ceart, south point.
Dán-act, boldness. U-né, yesterday
Toċ-ar, itch. Sliar-ad, a thigh.
ead-ac, robe. Tinn-ear, sickness.
Sud-óz, a cake. Diud-an, giddiness.
Ceall-port, a see. Wearc-ojd, boil.
Sag-art, a priest. Sláind-e, health.
Tob-ar, a fountain. Ing-inn, understanding.
Lájo-ir, strong. Brist-ij, breeches.
Punn-an, a sheaf. Fill-éad, a fillet.
Tuib-e, straw. Brais-léad, a bracelet Tairing-e, a nail. Bruic-e, boiled.
Dor-ar, a door. Tinn-Tean, a hearth.
Fal-uri), empty. Cair-leán, a castle.
lán-a, a lane. Fuin-te, kneaded.
Lan-rann, a handstaff.
Ar mbrat-air, our brother. Tiar-na, a lord.
Ar mbol-án, our bullock.
Un gcaid-reim, our triumph.
Ur bfear-ann, our ground.
ur ngaird-in, our garden.
Ar nguió-e, our prayer.
ar bpíos-4, our piece. Céad-40in, Wednesday. Don Trim-leojo, to the chimney Wart-4, march.
Don Trluas-4d, to the shovel. Trorg-40, fasting.
Ur otjarn-4, our lord. Ord-og, a thumb.
Ar gcoinn-eal, our candle. Dom-blár, gall.
Ar bpob-al, our people. Grand-4, ugly.
Ar dtein-e, our fire. Tan-a, lean.
Ar nojao-aco, our godliness.
FAMILIAR WORDS OF THREE SYLLABLES.
ASPIRATES NEARLY QUIESCENT. Neart-uz-40, to strengthen.
Slan-aiž-teoir, saviour. Crut-uj-40, proof.