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Singular

Plural Nom. Asal, an ass Nom. asail, asses Gen. asail, of an ass Gen. asal, of asses Dat. dasal, to an ass Dat. d' asalaib, to asses Acc. asal, an ass Acc. asail, asses Voc. a asail, o ass Voc. a asala, o asses Abl. le asal, with an ass. Abl. le asalaib,with asses

In this manner decline casan, a path

sólas, comfort lasan, anger

diomus, pride cuaran, a shoe

Seamus, James fuaran, a fountain doras, a door uilean, an island sgadan, a herring cuilean, a whelp

bradan, a salmon sonas, happiness foras, knowledge donas, misfortune Singular

Plural Nom. bromac, a colt Nom. bromaise, colts Gen. bromaiġ, of a colt Gen. bromać, of colts Dat. do bromać, to a Dat. do bromacaib, to colt

colts - Acc. bromac, a colt Acc. bromaige, colts

Voc. a bromaiġ, o colt Voc: a bromača, o colts Abl. le bromac, with a Abl. le bromacaib, with colt

colts In this manner decliné culac, a boar

feadmanac, a steward sionnac, a for

dligteamnać, a lawyer searrać, a foal

biotarinac, a thief gliomac, a lobster

coileac, gen. coilig, a cock
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.

а.

Singular

moons

Singular

Plural
Nom. gealac, a moon Nom. gealacad, moons
Gen. gealaige, of a moon Gen. gealaċd, of moons
Dat. do ġealaiġ, to a Dat. do gealacaib, te

moon
Acc. gealać, a moon Acc. gealac #d; moons
Voc. a gealac, o moon Voc. a gealaçad, o moons
Abl. le gealaig, with a Abl. le gealacaib, with

moon

In this manner decline biorac, a heifer, gen.

báirsige birige

stripać, a whore colpać, a heifer cailleac, a hag, gen. cailgirseac, a wench, gen. lige girsiġe

meirdreac, a harlot, gen. báirseac, a brawler, gen. meirdrige.

moons

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Singular

Plural
Nom. triobloid, trouble Nom. triobloidead, trou-
Gen. triobloide, of trou-

bles
ble

Gen. triobloid, of trouDat, do trobloid, to trou

bles ble

Dat. do triobloidib, to Acc. triobloid, trouble

troubles Voc. a triobloid, o trou- Acc. triobloidead, trouble

bles
Abl. le triobloid, with Voc. a triobloidead, o
trouble

troubles
Abl. le triobloidib, with

troubles

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In this manner decline Trionoid, Trinity neascoid, a boil casbloid, absolution bocoid, a speck consboid, a dispute

Singular

mer

mer's

Singular.

Plural. Nom. sgolog, a farmer Nom. sgologad, farmers Gen. sgoloige, of a far- Gen. sgolog, of farmers

Dat. do sgologaib, to Dat. do sgoloig, to a farmers

farmer Acc. sgologad, farmers Acc. sgolog, a farmer Voc. a sgologai, o farVoc. a sgolog, o farmer Abl. le sgoloig, with a Abl. le sgologaib, with farmer

farmer's In this manner decline sgeïteog, a hawthorn cudog, a haddock sigeog, a fairy sudog, a cake ụiseog, a lark

sponog, a spoon cuiseog, a windle straw donog, an unhappy icecasog, a jacket lasog, a blaze

spideog,' a red-breast féasog, a beard

feitleog, a husk dreasog, a briar cuileog, a fly spíneog, a gooseberry craineog, a hedgehog míneog, a delicate girl feannog, a crow ciarog, a chafer, or clock tonnog, a duck cianog, a piece of money bonnog, a thick cake of mioltog, a midge

bread ialltog, a bat

faocog, a periwinkle midog, a long knife fraocog, a bilberry bolog, a bullock fearnog, an alder tree piteog, an cffeminate loinseog, an ash tree

fellow

man

Singular.

Plural. Nom. cos, a foot

Nom. cosa, feet Gen. coise, of a foot Gen. cos, of feet Dat. do cois, to a foot Dat, do čosaib, to feet Acc. cos, a foot

Acc. cosa, feet Voc. a čos, o foot Voc. a cosa, o feet Able le cois, with a foot Abl. le cosaib, with feet In this manner decline,

cnam, a bone
lam, a hand
croc, a cross
cloc, a stone
cuac, a cuckoo
cruać, a rich
cuas, a den, or care
cluas, an ear

cruag, hardship
buad, victory
tuad, an ar
muc, a pig
pluc, a cheek
slat, 'a rod
long, a ship, gen. luinge
drong, a company, gen.

druinge

guag, hair

Singular

Plural
Nom. grian, a sun Nom. griana, suns
Gen. gréine, of a sun Gen. grian, of suns
Dat. do gréin, to a sun Dat. doğrianaib, to suns
Acc. grian, a sun Acc. griana, suns
Voc. a ġrian, o sun Voc. a griana, o suns
Abl. le gréin, with a sun Abl. le grianaib, with

SUNS

In this manner decline,

giall

, a hostage sgian, a knife, gen. sgine feall

, treachery, gen. feille géag, a branch, gen. géige bréag, a lie, gen. bréige searc, love, gen. seirce críoc, an end, gen. criče cearc, a hen, gen. circe cíoc, a pap, gen. cice pian, a pain, pl. pianta ciall, 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 iġ, or broad in ead, and aca, in the nominative plural.

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Weaver

weaver's

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weaver

Singular

Plural Nom, figeadoir, a weaver Nom. figeadoiriġ, weaGen. fiğeadora, of awea

Gen. figeadoir, of weaDat. d' 'figeadoir, to a

Dat. d' figeadoirib, to Acc. figeadoir, a weaver Voc. a fiğeadoir, o wea- Acc. figeadoiris, Abl. le figeadoir, with a Voc. a figeadoiriġ, o

weavers Abl. le figeadoirib, with

weavers In this manner decline, erutaisteoir, a creator mealltoir, a deceiver slanaiģteoir, a savior fealltoir, a traitor fuasgaltoir, a redeemer spealadoir, a mower cumadoir, a fabricator loingseoir, a sailor éronnadoir, à carpenter muilleoir, a miller tonnadoir, a tanner claideadoir, a ditcher bearradoir, a barber neuladoir, an astrologer carradoir, a carman póiteoir, a tippler saiġitteoir, an archer sladtoir, a robber

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Singular

Plural Nom. atair, a father Nom. aïtre, or aitreača, Gen, atara, of a father fathers Dat. d'atair, to a father Gen: aïtreac, of fathers Acc. atair, a father Dat. d' aitreacaib, to Voc. a atair, o father

fathers Abl. le atair, with a fa-Acc. aitre, or aitreača, ther

fathers Voc. a astre, or a aitrea

'ca, o fathers Abl. le aitreacaib, with

fathers

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