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Regular verbs are therefore conjugated through the primary tenses active, in this manner; Buail

, do bualad, buailim, do buaileas, buailfead, da mbuailfinn, strike.

Bris, do brisead, brisim, do briseas, brisfead, da mbrisfinn, break.

Cas, do časad, casam, do casas, casfad, da gcasfuinn, twist.

Ceap, do ceapad, ceapam, do ceapas, ceapfad, da gceapfuinn, shape, or fit.

Agall, d' agallad, agallam, d' agallas, agallfad, da nagallfuinn, accost.

Baist, do baistead, baistim, do baisteas, baistfead, da mbaistfinn, baptize.

Arduiġ, d'ardugad, arduiğim, d' arduiğeas, airdeocfad, da nairdeocfuinn, raise.

Cruinnig, do cruinniugad, cruinniğim, do cruinniġeas, cruinneocfad, do gcruinneocfuinn, gather.

In this manner conjugate, adair, d'adrad, adore fag, --fagad, leave airim,--airimead, reckon fill, --fillead, return bog, --bogad, rock

fosgal --fosglad, open bat --batad, drown freagar, - freagrad, answer blais, --blaisead, taste

gearr, --ġearrad, cut bruġ, --brugad, bruise fuiriġ, --fuireac, biog, --biogad, stir up glac, --glacad, take buaidir, - buaidread, trou- glàn, --ġlànad, clean ble

gleas, --ġleasad, coraiġ, --coruğad, stir goraiġ, --ġorad, warm ceas, --ċèasad, torment greamuig, ---ġreamugad, cior,--ċiorad, comb fasten claon, --claonad, lament, iarr, -iarraig, search or ask druid, --druidead, shut las --lasad, burn dùn,--dùnad, make fast lom,--lomad, make thing duisg,--duisgead, awaken or bare ding, --dingead, drive lion,--lionad, fill dog, --dogad, burn leag --leagad, lay down diult, -diultad, refuse lleaġ, --leagad, read

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meall --reallad, deceive searg, --seargad, wither marby--marbad, kill sean, --seanad, deny measg, --measgad, mir seid, --seidead, blow mill, --millead, spoil smeid, --smeidead, beckon mol, --molad, praise seas,--seasam, stand miniġ,-miniugad, erplain slug:--ślugad, swalloro noct,--noitad, strip sgiob), --sgiobad, lop ong, --ongad, anoint sil, --silead, shed ordaig, --ordaigead, order sin, --sìnead, stretch osgaoil, --Osgaoilead, open sginn,-sginnead, gush pleasg--picasgad, burst siob, --siobad, drift pog --pogad, kiss

slaodar,--slaodarad, drag pos,--posad, marry smuain,--simuainead, conpronn,--pionnad, bestow sider pluć,--plùcad, smother sgairt, --sgairtead, call preab, --preabad, kick

sgailt, --syailtead, split reub,--leubad, tear sguab, --sguabad, sweep reid, --reidead, settle

sgag, --sgagad, digest rol,-- rolad, roll sgriob, - sgriobad, scratch rusg,--lusgad, scourge sgriob, --sgriobad, write sgab, --sgabad, seatter sgaoil

, --sgaoilead, loose sat,--satad, stab

sparr,--sparrad, nail saor,--saorad, deliver

sgeit, - sgeitead, samail

, -sarialad, compare sgat,--sgatad, '; scatter Many verbs have the infinitive and imperative alike; and in some the imperative can only be distinguished from the infinitive, by having a small vowel in the termination. In all other parts they are conjugated regularly; as, (73)

Diol, do diol, diolam, do diolas, diolfad, da ndiolfuinn, sell or pay.

Cuir, do cur, cuirim, do cuireas, cuirfead, da gcuirfinn, send or put.

The following is a list of the most usual, bruït, do bruit, boil airis,--airis, tell amaire, --imare, look crinn,--ċrinn, gnaze cosy, --cosy, quell diul, --diul, suck

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eag, --eag, die

rainn, --rainn, divide eiriġ, --eiriġ, arise rinc,--rinc, dance ealo, --calo, clope raç, --rad, deliver iomčar, --iomčar, carry

reic, --reic, sell foğlam, - 'foğlam, learn riar,--riar, satisfy glaoid, --ġlaod, call slad, --ślad, rob goin,--ġon, wound

sgar,--sgur, separate guid, --ġuid, steal stad, --stad, stop guid, --guide, pray suid, --suide, sit iompo --iompo, turn sniom, --sniom, spin guil,--ġul, cry

suġ,--suġa, suck ioc,--joc, pay

siubal,--siubal, walk it,--ite, eat

tionnain, --tioman, drive luid, --luide, lic

toirmesg, --- toirmeasg, nig, --nige, wash

forbid meas,--neas, esteem tocuis,--točus, scratch ol,--ol, drink

sgrios, --sgrios, destroy These form the infinitive in l; viz. admuis, d' admail, con- fag, --fagbail, leave fess

fuaid, --fuaideal, sew bac, --bacail, hinder gab, --ġabail, take cas, --ċasmail,

lasg, --lasgail

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tog, --'togbail, lift
carnn,--ċarnail, heap treig, --treigmeal, forsake
cuinnig,--ċuinmeal, keep tuig ---tuigbeal, under-
congaib, --congbail, hold stand
creid, --creidmeal, believe

The following have the infinitive in t; viz. bagar, do bagairt, ceil, --ceilt, conceal threaten

dibir, --dibirt, banish bain, --baint, meddle cigil, --ċigilt, tickle can, ---ċaint, or canarii- inill, --inillt

, eat grass uint, sing, or tell imir, --imirt, play a game cosan, --cosaint, defend labair,--labairt, speak casgar,--casgairt, cuť up meil,--meilt, grind cogail , --coigilt

, spare musgal, --- musgailt, acuimil, --cuimilt, 'rub zaken

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ionoll, --ionlat, wash teilg, --teilgin, or teilgint, seacan,--seacaint, shun!

cast leig --leigin, or leigint, 'rit,--ritint, run permit

lean, --leanmuint, follow sgar,--sgarmuin, or sgar- fan,--fanmuint, stay muint, separate feuc, --feućaint, behold

feic, --feicsint, see The following cannot be reduced to any general

rule; viz. ail, d'aileamuin, nourish imtig, --imteaćt, go blig, --bliagan, milk gair, --ġairm, cali geall, ---ġeallamuin, pro- seas, --seasam, stand mise

sinn, --sinim, play music innis,--innse, tell gluas, ---ġluasaċd, move. eist--éisteact, hear. (74)

PASSIVE VOICE.

Every regular verb has five principal parts, in the passive voice, viz.

1. The participle, formed by adding ta, or te to the imperative, active; as, buail, strike, buailte, struck; cas, 'twist, casta, twisted.

2. The imperative and the present, formed by adding tar, or tear to the imperative; as, buailtear, be struck, or I am struck; castar, I am twisted.

3. The preter, formed by adding ad or ead to the imperative active; as, do bnailead, I was struck; do cásad, I was twisted.

4. The future, formed by adding ar or ear, far or fear to the imperative active; as, buailfear, I shall be struck; casfar, I will be twisted.

5. The preter subjunctive, formed by adding faoidh, or fidh to the imperative active; as, da mbuailfid, if I had been struck; da gcasfaoid, if I had been twisted.

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Regular verbs are therefore conjugated through the primary tenses passive, in this manner.

Imperative active, Baist, baistęy baistear, do baistead, baistfear, da mbaistsid, baptized.

Blais, blaiste, blaistear, do blaisead, blaisfear, da mblaisfid, tasted.

Brugh, bruigte, brugtar, do bruģad, brugfar, da mbruģfaoid, bruised.

Crom, cromtaoid*, cromtar, do cromad, croinfar, da gcromfaoid, bent. ()

Diol, diolta, dioltar, do diolad, diolfar, da diolfaoid, sold.

Nigh, nigte, nigtar, do niġead, nigfear, da nighfaoid, washed.

Tiomain, tiomanta*, tiomantar; do tiomanad, tiomanfar, da dtiomanfaoid, driven. ()

Ceil, ceilte, ceiltear, do ceilead, ceilfear, da gceilfaoid, concealed.

Can, canta, cantar, do canad, canfar, da gcanfaoid, sung or said.

Treig, treigte or treigtid, treigtear*, do treigead, treigfear, da dtreigfaoid, forsaken. ( )

Creid, creidte, creid tear, do creidead, creidfear, da gcreidfid, believed.

Tuig, tuigte or tuigtid, tuigtear, do tuigead, tuigfear, da dtuigfid, understood. (75)

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