Julius Pokorny's A concise Old Irish grammar and reader PDF

By Julius Pokorny

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ISBN-13: 9780404175764

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Lestar vessel ' ' fr. *les-trom, Welsh llestr. In the interior of a word sv becomes / (b § 74) sk (sic, skh, sm, sn, become mm, nn. ) remains third sg. perf. of sennid plays,' fr. *sesvone. g. sephainn, in nn sennid plays is due to the influence of (The sennid pursues, § 85). am(m) (cf. § 81), I am fr. *esmi, Greek el/j,l. bronn (gen. sg. of bru belly ') fr. *bhrusnos nom. sg. fr. *bhruso cf. Engl, bredst. barren fr. *sisk-vo-, Welsh hysp cf. ' In the interior of a word 1 Even hence ' I go' from d-tl, § 93) becomes initial st and t freely interchanged in the same root, from the same root (* (s)teigh-) as Greek o-ret'xw.

Ad-sodit; the same root with a different vowel-gradation in Welsh sedd seat,' ' Lat. sedeo, etc. Cf. § 130. 1 But cf. § D 122, note. A CONCISE OLD IRISH GRAMMAR 50 slund (dat. sg. of the same ' slond appelation ') fr. *splondoi ; root with a different vowel-gradation in Lat. splendeo ' ' v guin wounding fr. *g honi On ch see above, rule lc. when cf. ' 6vo<;. following syllable contained unsyncopated preceded by single aspirated b or m. b. g. ' ' recollection *kom-meno- (cf. ' as-rubart he has said (arch, -rubert) fr.

Les-trom, Welsh llestr. In the interior of a word sv becomes / (b § 74) sk (sic, skh, sm, sn, become mm, nn. ) remains third sg. perf. of sennid plays,' fr. *sesvone. g. sephainn, in nn sennid plays is due to the influence of (The sennid pursues, § 85). am(m) (cf. § 81), I am fr. *esmi, Greek el/j,l. bronn (gen. sg. of bru belly ') fr. *bhrusnos nom. sg. fr. *bhruso cf. Engl, bredst. barren fr. *sisk-vo-, Welsh hysp cf. ' In the interior of a word 1 Even hence ' I go' from d-tl, § 93) becomes initial st and t freely interchanged in the same root, from the same root (* (s)teigh-) as Greek o-ret'xw.

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