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Value Cardinal, one, &c. Ordinal, First, &c. 1
cead 2 do
seisead 7 seact
seactmad 8 oct
octmad 9 naoi
naomad 10 deić
deičmad 11 aondèag
aonad dèag 12 do dèag 13 tri dèag
tritead deag, or treas
dèag 14 cestre dèag
ceatramad dèag 15 cuig dèag
cuigead dèag 16 se dèag
seiseаd dèag 17 seact dèag
seactmad dèag 18 oct dèag
octmad dèag 19 naoi dèag
naomad dèag 20 fitce
fitċead 91 aon is fitce
aonmad fitsead 22 do is fitce
dara fitċead 30 deic ar fiċead deičmead ar fitcead 31 aon dèag is fitce aonad dèag ar fïtċead 40 da fitċead
da fitċead 50 deic is da fitcead deičmead ar da fitcead 60 tri fitċead
tri fitcead 70 deic is tri fitcead deičmead ar tri fitcead. So ceitre fitcead
ceïtre fitċead 90 deic is ceïtre fitcead deicmead ar ceitre
fitcead 100 céad
céad 200 da céad
da cèad 300 tri céad
10000 deic mile 1000000 milliun
PERSONAL. There are four personal pronouns; viz. me, I; tu, thou; se, or e; he; si, ori, 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.
Plural. Nom. Ac, me, I, me N. Ac. sinn, inn, we, us Gen. mo, mine, my Gen.
ar, Ours, our Dat. dam, to me Dat. duinn, to us
Plural. Nom. tu, thou
N. V. sib, ibh, ye, you Gen. do, thine, thy Gen. bur, yours, your Dat. duit, to thee
Dat. dib, to you
Third person, masculine.
Third person, feminine.
Nom. siad, iad, they Gen. a, of her
Gen. a, of them Dat. di, to her
Dat. doib, to them Acc. i, her
Acc. iad, them
The genitives of the personal pronouns are called possessives; viz. mo, my; do, thy; ar, our; bur, your; a, his, her, its, their.
When mo, do, ar, a, are preceded by the prepositions le, with; ua, from; do, to; ann, in; they are abbreviated in the following manner: le
do lem, with my
dom, to my led, with thy
dod, to thy ler, with our
dar, to our lena, with his, &c. da, to his, &c.
ann om, from my
am, in my od, from thy
ad, in thy o’ar, from our
inar, in our ona, from his, &c. inna, in his, &c. (29)
A, who, which, an te, an ti, who, which, that, çe be, whoever. (30)
Creud? go de? what? masc. cia? ce? fem. ci? plural, ciad? who ? what? which ? ca? what? (31)
So, this, these, sin, that, those, ud, yonder. (32)
From ag, 'at or with..
Plural 1 agam, in my possession 1 aguinn, in our possession 2 agad, in thy, &c. 2 aguib, in your, &c.
S mas, aige, in his, &c. 3 aca, in their, &c.
From as, out of
From cuige, unto.
Smas. cuige, to him 3 cuca, to them
From idir, between.
Plural 1 eadrom, between me 1 cadruinn, between us
2 cadruib, between you between thee eadruid,
3 eatorra, between ihem sidir e, between him 3 idir i, between her
From faoi, or fa, under.
Smas. fuide, under him 3 futfa, under them 3 fem
, under hier
From le, along with, or together with.
Plural 1 liom, with me
1 linn, with us 2 leat, with thee
2 lib, with you s mas. leis, with him 3 leo, with them, (33) 3 fem. leite, with her
From air, upon.
Plural 1 orm, upon me
1 oruinn, úpon us 2 ort, upon thee
2 oruib, upon you s mas. air, upon him 3
3 orra, upon them, (34) fem. uirre, upon her
From de, from, off.
2 dib, from you 3
Ş mas, de, from him 3 diob, from them
From roime, before.
Plural 1 romam, before me 1 romuinn, before us 2 romad, before thee 2 romuib, before you
S ma. roine, before him 3 rompa, before them
From tar, beyond, or over.
3 torra, over them tairste, over her
From ea, from.
2 uaib, from you mas. uad, from him s uadfa, from them 3. fem. uaite, from her