Irish Glosses: A Mediaeval Tract on Latin Declension, with Examples Explained in Irish. To which are Added the Lorica of Gildas, with the Gloss Thereon, and a Selection of Glosses from the Book of Armagh
Printed at the University Press for the Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, 1860 - Irish language - 206 pages
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a-stem according to O'D ainm aspirated athair athir Beitr Book of Armagh Bopp Bret cech Celtic Christ cited Colman's Hymn Corm Cormac Cormac's Glossary Corn declension deriv dimin ditin Dual Dublin Ebel Edited Engl explained Fiacc's Gael Gaelic Gall Priscian Gaulish genera habet hec Gildas Gilla Gliick gloss Goth habet hec terminacio haec Herinn hie et hec hoc ius Hymn infra iolla Ireland John O'Donovan Latin Leabhar Breacc Library of Trinity Lith Lorica masc means medial mucc Nennius neut obscure occurs ocus Old Irish original Patrick Patrick's Hymn perhaps connected Pictet plur poem prefix pret probably Quot genera habet Reeves root seems Siegfried sing spelt stem subst suffix sunt supra Todd Translation and Notes Trinity College verb vowels Welsh whence Zend
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