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Cpfo, through him. cpfce, cptci, through her. cptnn, through us. tpfb, through you. cpfoca, through them, Uap, uapam, above me. uapac, above thee. ucipa, above him. uaipce, uaipci, above her. Um uapainn, above us. uapaib, above you. uapca, above them, or nn, about. umam, about me. innac, about thee. unne, about him. uimpe, wmpi, about her. II. above. umainn, about us. umaib, about you. umpa, about them, POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS. 1. The possessive pronouns, which are merely the genitives of the personal pronouns, are as follows: mo, my; t>o, thy; a, his or her; dp, our; bap or bup, your; a, their.
To 1. we used to buailced, thou usedst 2. buailcf, ye used to strike. 3. buailibfp, buailinn, I used strike. strike. 2. to strike. 3. buaileab pe, he used to they used to strike. strike. Future. 1. 2. 3. 1. buailpimfb, we will strike. buailpeab, I will strike. will strike. buailpip, thou wilt strike. 2. buailpib, ye will strike. buailpib pe, he will strike. 3. buailpib, they (For the relative form of this tense, see p. ) Conditional Mood. 1. buailpinn, I would 1. 2. buailpnnfp, we would strike.
3. The four cases singular are alike except the genitive, which is formed by adding a, with a 1. : — syncope. same as the and the other cases are the same as the genitive singular. Example, maire4. In the plural, the genitive is the nominative singular aifiail, graceful. ; 34 ETYMOLOGY. [PART II. Plural. Singular. Norn, maipeariiail. Nom. maipearhla. Gen. maipeamla. Dat. maipeariiail. Gen. maipeariiail. Dat. maipeariila. FOURTH DECLENSION. Adjectives of the fourth, declension are those that end in vowels; as mop&a, majestic.
A grammar of the Irish language by P W Joyce