księżycowy wrote:As <s> is not liable to eclipsis, is this like an <h> being added to words that begin with a vowel under some circumstances, or is something else going on here?
kevin wrote:This is what you want to read: http://nualeargais.ie/gnag/sindos.htm
kevin wrote:Yes, the "s" is silent when you get a t-prefix.
This is what you want to read: http://nualeargais.ie/gnag/sindos.htm
księżycowy wrote:I was sure I asked this before (though the search function seems to think otherwise), and I can recall it having something to do with ba (as in the copula), but what is dob again?
księżycowy wrote:I'm inclined to think Munster prefers im and id over i mo and i do, but concidering my luck lately with assumptions...
księżycowy wrote:Going back to dob, I'm curious how it comes about. Is it because it's the preferred form over b' in Munster, or is something else going on? If I understand correctly it only shows up before a vowel, or is that incorrect? I thought that's what GnaG said anyway.
księżycowy wrote:This has been burning a whole in my head for a little while now.
How is bhíodh (as in the form of tá) pronounced?
/v´iːə/ or /v´iː/ are my best guesses.
księżycowy wrote:I must have missed that somehow.
Go raibh maith agat!
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