Peadar wrote:I'm trying to read some irish news lately, some international articles keep using the word "Breatimeachta" which I can't find in every irish dictionary nor irish Wikipedia(Nor in Wikitionary FYI)
Here's the article:
http://www.rte.ie/news/nuacht/2016/1004 ... timeachta/
I know it must be referring something about the Commonwealth or the Britain, but I am not quite sure.
Peadar wrote:Also, what does "drochimpleachtaí" mean?
Peadar wrote:You seem well-knowingknowledgeable about Irish. Here's another question if you don't mind:
There's a sentence in the song "Mo ghile mear"
It goes "Sé mo laoch mo ghile mear, sé mo Shaesar, ghile mear"
SUC, there isn't a "mo" before "ghile mear", but there's still lenition.
Does this mean that the lenition of the possessed noun is not just a phonetic inflection, but a grammatical one?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest