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Some adjectives of this declension are contracted in the genitive singular; as,
Uobin, delightful, GEN. 4ojbne, for fojbine.
Third Declension. Adjectives ending in amuil, have a broad increase in the genitive singular and nominative plural.
GEN. Geanariuil. DAT. ABL. 5eanamhuil. Dat. Abl. Geananuil.
IN THIS MANNER DECLINE, eagramuil, various
Beanariuil, womanly. Fearanuil, manly.
Bapparuil, stately. Some monosyllabic adjectives, having a broad vowel in the termination, increase broad in the genitive feminine, and nominative plural.
N. Acc. V. Corra. Gen. Corr, corra.
Gen. Corr. Dat. Abl. Corr, corr.
Dat. ABL. Corr.
IN THIS MANNER DECLINE, Prab, quick.
Cás, curled. Grod, sudden.
Frár, fuent. Breaj, fine.
Fourth Declension. Adjectives ending in vowels are alike in all cases, genders, and numbers.
N. Ac. V. Gorda. GEN. Aosoa.
GEN. Aosoa. Dat. Abl. Uosoa.
Dat, ABL. Uorda.
ADJECTIVES DECLINED WITH NOUNS.
Adjectives beginning with mutable consonants (except o or o following a noun ending in n,) are aspirated in the nominative and accusative, singular feminine ; genitive, masculine ; dative, vocative and ablative, both genders; and in the vocative, plural. (23)
Fem. An la fuar, the cold day. Un raidin fuar, the cold Un cran mor, the great tree. morning.
An čloc rior, the great stone. Other adjectives undergo no change in their initials, when connected with nouns
The comparative degree is formed by putting nor, more, before the genitive feminine of the positive; as, geal, white nior gile, whiter. (24)
The superlative is formed by putting ro, very ; before the nominative; or, as, most, before the genitive feminine of the positive; as, ro geal, very white; ar gile, whitest. (25)
ORDINAL, FIRST, &c.
14 Centre déag, 15 Cuig déag, 16 Se déag, 17 Seaċt déag, 18 Oct déag, 19 Naoi déag, 20 Fitce, 21 Aon ir fjóće, 22 Do ir fitce, 30 Dejc ar fitce4d, 31 Aon déag ir Foće, 40 Da ijtċead,
50 Delė, ir Da jiċċead, Dejininea ar da fjöċead.
60 Tri fitċead, Tr Fitceao.
cead. 100 Céad,
Céad. 200 Da céad,
Da céad. 300 Tri céad,
Tri céad. 1000 Wile,
Wile. 2000 Da rijle,
Da rile. 10000 Deic míle,
Deic rijle. 1000000 Willjun,
There are four personal pronouns, viz.---me, I ; tu, thou; re or é, he; ri, or 1, she.
In declining these pronouns, the nominative and accusative are commonly alike; the vocative wanting, except in the second person ; and the ablative is formed by prefixing various prepositions, exhibited under the title of compound pronouns.
Nom. Ac. Me, I, me.
Nom. Ac. Siñ, 17, we, us. Gen. Wo, mine, my.
GEN, Ur, ours, our.
Dat. Duiñ, to us.
SINGULAR. Nom. Tu, thou.
Nom. V. Sj6, 1bh, ye you. Gen. Do, thine, thy. Gen. Bhur, yours, your, Dat. Duit, to thee. DAT.
Dib, to you. Acc. V. Thu, thee, o thee. Acc. 16, you, (28)
Third Person, Masculine.
Nom. Se, é, he, it.
Nom. Sjad, 140, they.
The genitives of the personal pronouns are called possessires--viz., mo, my; do, thy; ar, our; bur, your; 4, his; her, its their.
When mo, do, ar, 4, are preceded by the prepositions le, with; ua, from ; do, to; añ, in ; they are abbreviated in the following
, who, which, an te, an ci, who, which, that, ce be, who, ever, (30)
INTERROGATIVE. Creud ? g0 de ? what ? masc. cia ? ce ? fem. ci ? plural, ciad? who ? what? which ? ca ? what ? (31)
So, this, these, rin that, those, ud, yonder. (32)