A Handbook of Modern Irish ... ...

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M.H. Gill & Son, 1906 - Irish language
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Page 48 - ACC or in 6g are feminine: as puife6g, a lark; -opifeog, a briar; mitfeACc, sweetness; teArhnAcc, new-milk. (d) All abstract nouns formed from the genitive singular feminine of adjectives are feminine: as Aipt)e, height — from Apt), high; Aitne, beauty — from Atumn, beautiful; t)AiHe, blindness — from t)Att, blind.
Page 67 - They put cargoes of reaping-hooks and of scythes for the workmen on the island in the seventh (and in the) eighth (and in the) ninth and (in the) tenth boats.

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