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Luan, the moon. Suan, sleep.

SINGULAR.

Noм. Fear, a man.
GEN. Fin, of a man.
DAT. D' fear, to a man.
Acc. Fear, a man.
Voc. Afin, o man.
ABL. Le Fear, with a man.

Mac, a son Cean, a head.

Léar, the sea,
Breac, a trout.

Peañ, a pen, pl. piñ and peaña. Nead, a nest.

SINGULAR.

Noм. Aral, an ass.
GEN. Usail, of an ass.
Dat. D'asal, to an ass.
Acc. Asal, an ass.
Voc. A asail, o ass.
ABL. le asal, with an ass.

IN THIS MANNER DECLINE,

Carán, a path. Larán, anger. Cuarán, a shoe. Fuanán, a fountain. Ujleán, an island. Cujleán, a whelp. Sonar, happiness. Donar, misfortune.

Cullác, a boar.

Gual, pit coal. Fual. urine.

SINGULAR.

Noм. Вromac, a colt.
GEN. Bromais, of a colt.
DAT. Do Bhromaċ, to a colt.
Acc. Bromaċ, a colt.
Voc. A bromaiż, o colt.
ABL. Le Bromaċ, with a colt.

PLURAL,

Noм. Fir, men.
GEN. Fear, of men.
Dat. D' fearajb, to men,
Acc. Fin, men.
Voc. A feara, o men.
ABL. Le Fearajb, with men.

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PLURAL.

Noм. Arail, asses.
Gen. Asal, of asses.
Dat. D'asalajb, to asses.
Acc. Arail, asses.
Voc. A asala, o asses.
ABL. Le asalajb, with asses.

Solár, comfort. Djomus, pride. Seamur, James. Doras, a door. Szadán, a herring. Bradán, a salmon. Forar, knowledge.

PLURAL.

Noм. Bromaize, colts.
GEN. Bromac, of colts.
DAT.
Acc.
Voc.

Do bromaċajb, to colts.
Bromajże, colts.
A bhromača, o colts.
ABL. Le bromaċajb, with colts

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Sjonnać, a fox.

Searraċ, a foal.
Gliomać, a lobster.
Féagmanać, a steward.

The second Declension. Feminines.

The genitive singular has a small increase.
The dative a small inflexion.

The vocative is like the nominative.

The nominative plural has a broad increase.

PLURAL.

SINGULAR.

Noм. Gealaċ, a moon.
GEN. Gealaże, of a moon.
Dat. Do jealajż, to a moon.
Acc. Gealaċ, a moon.
Voc. A ghealaċ, o moon.
Abl. le gealajɔ̃, with a moon.

SINGULAR.

Dliżteaṁnać, a lawyer.
Biożaṁnaċ, a thief.
Coileac, Gen. coilig of a cock.

IN THIS MANNER DECLINE,

Bjoraċ, a heifer. Gen. birije. | Strjopaċ, a whore.
Colpać, a heifer.
Cailleac, a hag, Geu. cailliże.
Girseac, a wench, Gen. 31prize Meirdreać, a harlot, Gen.
Barreać, a brawler, Gen..

meirdriże.

báirrige.

Trono, Trinity.
Easbloid, absolution.
Conrboje, a dispute.

Noм. Gealacad, moons.
GEN. Gealac, of moons.
DAT. Do ghealaċajb,to moons
Acc. Gealacad, moons.
Voc. A zealaċad, o moons.
ABL. le gealaċajb, with

moons.

PLURAL.

Noм. Triobloj, trouble. Noм. Trioblojdead, troubles. GEN. Trioblojde, of trouble. GEN. Triobloja of troubles. DAT. Do triobloj, to trouble. Dat. Do trioblojdjb, to trouAcc. Triobloj, trouble.

bles.

Voc. A triobloje, o trouble. ABL. Le triobloj, with trouble.

SINGULAR.

Nom. Szolóz, a farmer.
Gen. Szolójze, of a farmer.

Acc.
Voc.

ABL.

IN THIS MANNER DECLINE,

Triobloidead, troubles. A trioblojdead, o troubles.

with

le trioblojob,
troubles.

Nearcod, a boil.
Bocojo, a speck.

PLURAL.

Nom. Szolózado, farmers.
Gen. Szolóz, of farmers.

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SINGULAR.

PLURAL

Dat. Do rgológ, to a farmer.
Acc. Sgológ, a farmer.
Voc. A rgológ, o farmer.

Dat. Do rgológajb, to farmers.
Acc. Sgológad, farmers.
Voc. A szolóza, o farmers.

Abl. Le szolóig, with a farmer.| Abl. Lesgológajb, with farmers.

IN THIS MANNER DECLINE,

SINGULAR.

Noм. Cor, a foot.
GEN. Core, of a foot.
DAT. Do cor, to a foot.
Acc. Cor, a foot.
Voc. A cor, o foot.
ABL. Le coir, with a foot.

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Chám, a bone.
Lám, a hand.
Croć, a cross.
Cloć, a stone.
Cuac, a cuckoo.
Cruać, a rick.

Chuaz, hardship.
Búa, victory.
Tuao, an ax.
Muc, a pig.
Pluc, a cheek.
Slat, a rod.

Cuar, a den or cave.
Cluar, an ear.
Gruaz, hair.

Long, a ship. Gen. luinge.
Drong,
druinge.

a company.

Gen.

SINGULAR.

Nom. Grian, a sun.
GEN. Gréine, of a sun.
Dat. Do gréin, to a sun.
Acc. Grian, a sun.
Voc. A grian, o sun.
Aвl. le gré¡n, with a sun.

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Nom. Fizeadoir, a weaver.
GEN. Fizeadora, of a weaver.
DAT. D'fhizeadon, to a weaver
Acc. Fizeadoir, a weaver.
Voc. A thigeadoir, o weaver.
ABL. le figeador, with a

weaver.

Crutaiżżeoir, a creator. Slanaiġteoir, a saviour. Fuasgaltojni, a redeemer. Cumador, a fabricator. Cronnadoiri, a carpenter. Tonnadoir, a tanner. Bearradoir, a barber. Carradoir, a carman. Saiġitteoir, an archer.

PLURAL.

Noм. Griana, suns.
Gen. Grian, of suns.
Dat. Do ġrianaib, to suns.
Acc. Griana, suns.
Voc. A żriana, o suns.
ABL. le grianajb, with suns.

51all, hostage.
Feall, treachery. Gen. Feille.
Bréaz, a lie. Gen. bréige.
Crjoč, an end, Gen criċe.
Cjoć, a pap, Gen. cjċe.
Cjall, reason.

The third Declension.

Masculines and Feminines.

Nouns of the third declension have a broad increase in the genitive singular.

And a small increase in 15 or, broad in ead, and aċa, in the nominative plural.

SINGULAR.

SINGULAR.

Noм. Aʊair, a father.
Ges. Atara, of a father.

S514n, a knife. Gen. rgine.
Gé45, a branch, Gen. géige.
Searc, love, Gen. seirce.
Cearc, a hen Gen. circe.
Pjan, a pain, Pl. pianta.

IN THIS MANNER DECLINE,

PLURAL.

Nom. Fizeadoiriz, weavers.
Gen. Figeador, of weavers.
DAT. D'Fizeadorib,toweavers.
Acc. Fizeadoiriġ, weavers.
Voc. A fizeadoiriz, o weavers.
ABL. le Fiġeadoirib, with

weavers.

Mealltoir, a deceiver.
Feallton, a traitor.
Spealadoir, a mower.
Logreon, a sailor.
Mulleon, a miller
Claiteador, a ditcher.
Néulador, an astrologer.
Póteoir, a tippler.
Sladtojn, a robber.

PLURAL.

NOм. Atrе, or ajtreaċa, fathers.

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Bajle, a town, Pl. bajlte.
Szála, a bowl, Pl. sgáltujd.
Riz, a king, Pl. riżte.
Tij, a house.
S401, a gentleman.

| Mátair, a mother.

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Plural.

Noм. Coda, or codana, parts.
GEN. CoD4, of parts.

Dat. Do codaib, or do ċod-
anab, to parts.

Acc. Coo4, or codana, parts. Voc. A coda, or a codana, o parts.

ABL. le codaib, or le codaŋajb, with parts.

Ljos, Gen. Leasa, a rath, Pl.
ljosana.

Muir, a sea.
Tojl, the will.
Feojl, desh.

Bjt, life, Gen. beata.
Fjor, knowledge, Gen. Feara.
Cejlz, deceit, Gen. cealga.

The fourth Declension.

Nouns that end in vowels; polysyllables; having í long in the last syllable; and diminutives in jn, are invariable in the singular; the cases of the plural are formed like those of other nouns; as,

D401, a clown.

Dr401, a druid.

Crojo, a heart, Pl. croidead.

1401, a poem.

C401, a way.

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