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He doesn’t stop. the good knife three skirts from Stiofán It’s also blocked when the word that should be affected follows a word that ends in a consonant produced with the tongue in the same place in the mouth. Thus, t, d, and s are not lenited after the definite article an, even when other consonants would be. For example: an bhean bheag the small woman BUT an tír bheag the small country an ghloine mhór the big glass an deoch mhór the big drink 20 Unit 3: Initial mutations: lenition Feminine nouns are lenited after an ‘the’, but although tír and deoch are feminine (shown by the lenited adjectives), t and d aren’t lenited, because they follow n, produced with the tongue in the same position.

16 muintir na Gaeltachta. 17 os comhair an tsiopa. 18 ag glanadh an tí. 19 deirfiúr an bhuachalla. 20 ag bleán na bó. UNIT SEVEN Personal names Irish surnames are in some ways quite different from those found in the English-speaking world, and the structure of names in Irish further illustrates the grammar covered in recent units. This unit introduces Irish surnames and the ways they differ from their anglicized forms. Men’s surnames The Irish patronymic system of assigning surnames after one’s father or other ancestor is one of the oldest in Europe, going back 1,000 years.

They may be feminine or (more often) masculine, and do not change form in the genitive. cailín baile uncail bia a girl a town an uncle food cailín baile uncail bia of a girl of a town of an uncle of food The fifth declension The fifth declension contains a small set of (mostly feminine) nouns ending in vowels or slender consonants. Their various genitive forms all end in a broad consonant, either suffixed or formed by broadening the final slender consonant, or both. An unstressed short vowel may be dropped before l or r when a suffix is added.

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