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By Andrew Carnie

This booklet offers the 1st complete reference on noun declensions in smooth Irish. while conventional descriptions of noun inflection are notoriously complicated and packed with exceptions and irregularities, this reference consultant presents a scientific and simple characterization of nominal paradigms, which additionally captures vital generalizations in regards to the inflection of nouns. Andrew Carnie proposes ten declension sessions rather than the conventional 5 and separates off seven significant sorts of plural formation. He presents absolutely inflected paradigms for 1200 nouns, and a reference checklist of 10,000 Irish nouns annotated with their new declension type, their plural kind and the shape of the genitive singular and customary case (nominative) plural. The e-book additionally contains parallel info at the inflection of adjectives and prepositions.

This special reference instrument may be helpful not just to language researchers and authors, yet to lecturers and scholars of the language, whether or not they are local audio system or beginners.

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Cp. airteagail), article. airtle´ire, fA, (gs. ), artillery. airtrı´teas, mB2i, (gs. airtrı´tis), arthritis. ais, fD1, s4. 1, (gs. aise, pl. aiseanna), axis. a´is, fD1, s4. 1, (gs. a´ise, pl. a´iseanna), comfort, gadget. aisce, fA, s3. four, (gs. , pl. aiscı´), prefer. aischothu´, mI, s6. five, (gs. /pl. aischothaithe, pl. aischothuithe), suggestions. aine´iste´ise–amaidı´ aiseag, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aisig, vngs. aiseagtha), recovery. aiseagthoir, mD7, s3. 1, (gs. aiseagthora, pl. aiseagthoirı´), restorer. aiseal, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aisil), axle. aise´irı´, mA, s6. five, (gs. aise´irı´, vngs. /pl. aise´irithe), resurrection. aise´iteach, mH1, w1. three, (gs. /cp. aise´itigh), ascetic. aiseolas, mB1, (gs. aiseolais), suggestions. aisfhreagra, mA, s3. 6, (gs. , pl. aisfhreagraı´), retort. aisghairm, fD1/VN, s5. 1, (gs. aisghairme, vngs. aisghairthe, pl. aisghairmeacha), repeal. aisı´oc, mD6/VN, s3. five, (gs. aisı´oca, vngs. aisı´octha, pl. aisı´ocaı´), compensation. a´isiu´lacht, fD6, s3. five, (gs. a´isiu´lachta, pl. a´isiu´lachtaı´), comfort. aisle´im, fD1, s4. 1, (gs. aisle´ime, pl. aisle´imeanna), cringe. aisling, fD1, s3. 1, (gs. aislinge, pl. aislingı´), imaginative and prescient. aiste, fA, s3. four, (gs. , pl. aistı´), essay. aistear, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aistir), trip. aisteoir, mD7, s3. 1, (gs. aisteora, pl. aisteoirı´), actor. aisteoireacht, fD6, (gs. aisteoireachta), appearing. aistritheoir, mD7, s3. 1, (gs. aistritheora, pl. aistritheoirı´), translator. aistriu´, mI, s6. five, (gs. /pl. aistrithe), translation. aistriu´cha´n, mB1, w1. 1, (gs. /cp. aistriu´cha´in), translation. a´it, fD1, s4. 1, (gs. a´ite, pl. a´iteanna), position. aiteacht, fD6, (gs. aiteachta), oddness. aiteal, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aitil), juniper. aiteann, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aitinn), furze, gorse. aiteas, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aitis), enjoyable, pleasantness. a´iteoireacht, fD6, (gs. a´iteoireachta), argumentation. a´ith, fD1, s4. 1, (gs. a´ithe, pl. a´itheanna), kiln. aitheach, mH1, w1. three, (gs. /cp. aithigh), renter/ churl. aitheantas, mB1, w1. 1, (gs. /cp. aitheantais), acquaintance. aitheasc, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. aithisc), exhortation. aitheascal, mB1, w1. 1, (gs. /cp. aitheascail), oracle. aithinne, fA, s3. four, (gs. , pl. aithinnı´), spark. aithint, fD8iii, (gs. aitheanta), popularity. aithis, fD1, s3. 1, (gs. aithise, pl. aithisı´), slur. aithne, fA, s6. nine (gs. , pl. aitheanta), commandment. aithreachas, mB1, (gs. aithreachais), repentance. aithrı´, fA, (gs. ), repentance. aithrı´och, mH1, w1. three, (gs. /cp. aithrı´gh), penitent. aithris, fD1, fVN, (gs. aithrise, vngs. aithriste), narration. aithriseoireacht, fD6, (gs. aithriseoireachta), mimicry. a´ititheoir, mD7, s3. 1, (gs. a´ititheora, pl. a´ititheoirı´), occupier. 151 a´itiu´, mI, (gs. a´itithe), profession. a´itreabh, mB2i, w1. 2i, (gs. /cp. a´itribh), habitation. a´itreabhach, mH1, w1. three, (gs. /cp. a´itreabhaigh), inhabitant. a´itritheoir, mD7, s3. 1, (gs. a´itritheora, pl. a´itritheoirı´), inhabitant. a´l, mB1, s6. three, (gs. a´il, pl. a´lta), brood. a´ladh, mB1, w1. 1, (gs. /cp. a´laidh), wound. ala´ram, mB1, w1. 1, (gs. /cp. ala´raim), alarm. Alba´in, fC, (gs. na hAlba´ine), Albania. Albain, fC, (gs. Alban), Scotland.

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