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Manner. Ungar, close to.
war, mur, as. Amać, amuig, out, without.
Csonas ? how ?
Ni, nać, not.
ADJECTIVES ; AS, (89.)
Go beaco, nicely. Borb, harsh.
Go borb, harshly. Ceart, right.
Go ceart, rightly. Cealgac, deceitful.
Go cealgac, deceitfully. Dólásać, mournful.
Go dólárać, mournfully. waje, good.
Go maii, well. Adverbs, formed thus from adjectives, are compared as the adjectives themselves; as,
From mat, good, Pos. 30 mait, well; Comp. nios ream, better ; Sup. ro mait, very good, as fearr, best
From lajdir, strong; Pos. 30 laidir, strongly; Comp. nios laidre, more strongly; Sup. ro laidir, very strongly, ar laidre, most strongly.
There are many adverbial expressions, formed by the combination of two or more words; as (90.)
FROM AG, AT.
FROM añ, IN
FROM ain, UPON.
Time, an Trat,
Uaire, hours, ar uaire } Sometimes.
ar uairib, Bit, being, air bit, at all. eigin, necessity, air eigin, hardly.
FROM an, the, aon, one. Trat,
} When. Tam,
go de mur?
FROM gan, WITHOUT. Fior, knowledge, gan for, secretly. éifeact, effect, gan eifeact, ineflectually.
FROM man, AS.
FROM ÓS, ABOVE.
FROM TI, TO.
| go dti ro, hitherto.
---deoin, willing, amoeoin, unwilling.
---cjall, sense, miċjall folly.
Alri), An, Do, Di, ea, ear, 21,
Oir, uir, An, Jom, Ais, 2
- siol, low, uiririoll, very humble
-realba, possession, airealba, restitution.
The following particles are used with verbs :---
buaileao શ, infinitive, 1 buaileao,
} Az, a, or g4, signs of the present participle, 43, 4, or 34, bualao beating. Do, sign of the preter, do buailear, I struck. jar sign of the preter participle, iar mbualaó, having struck. le, signs of the
of the future participle, le bualao, Ar vi, sar di bualad, about to strike.
To these may be added, má, if; muna mur, if not; ou, if; go, that, &c.; but these are more properly classed with conjunctions.. (92)
PREPOSITIONS. The following is a list of the most usual and simple prepositions. (93) Ag, at.
Jar, after. Air, upon.
Joir, between, Añ, in.
Joñsuió, unto. Ar, out of.
le, leir, with. Chum, to.
War, like to, as. Chuige, to.
0, ua, from. Dar, by.
Or, ahove. of.
Re, rir, to. Deir, after.
Reir, according to. Do, to.
Rome, before. Fa, upon, to, about
Seaca, by, in comparison with Faoi, or Fuió, under, beneath Thar, Fead, throughout.
Thairis, Fud, among
Timċioll, about. Gan, without
Tre, trio, through. Go, gur, to.
Um, uime, about. (94)
Many relations are predicated, by the union of nouns with the foregoing prepositions ; as,
eir, a step
FROM TAN, AFTER.
Tar eir, after.
Wata, if so be.
Ge ta, } though it is
. Mun,, } If not, except, unless.
For fear lest.
air eagla go,
Nać, no, o that.
INTERJECTION. In Irish, as in all other languages, there are various exclamations, many of them inarticulate, used to express sudden emotions of the mind. The following are a few of the most usual. 4, o!
Waing! wo to ! As cruaj! wo!
Wonuar ! alas ! Faraor alas !
Ceinmear! o happy! uc! oh!
eiro! hush ! (104)