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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on ... buaileap the person who strikes. (See also pp. 58 and 60.) 8. The simple prepositions,....
" ... buaileap the person who strikes. (See also pp. 58 and 60.) 8. The simple prepositions, with some exceptions, aspirate the initial consonants of nouns : as dip bdpp, on top; t>o riiullac, to a summit; paoi gean, under affection. "
An Chéad Leabhar Gaedhilge: First Irish Book, for Beginners in the Study of ... - Page 28
by Charles Henry Stanley Davis - 1912 - 133 pages
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Irisleaḃar na Ġaeḋilge, Volumes 15-17

Irish language - 1905
...&c.. &c. Dr. Joyce, in his excellent little Irish Grammar, says a consonant is said to be eclipsed when its sound is suppressed and the sound of another consonant, which is prefixed to it, substituted. Now, I for one can't help saying " a dtál " and "an d-tul," her adze and their adze, and many similar...
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A Grammar of the Irish Language

Patrick Weston Joyce - Irish language - 1897 - 135 pages
...paoi gean, under affection. ' ni. ECLIPSIS. 1. A consonant is said to be eclipsed, or to suffer I • eclipsis, when its sound is suppressed, and the sound of another consonant which is prefixed to and the whole word is pronounced nawn, whereas t)dn is pronounced dawn. It is only at the beginning...
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A Grammar of the Irish Language

Patrick Weston Joyce - Irish language - 1906 - 135 pages
...nouns : as aip bdpp, on top; t>o rhulla6, to a summit; paoi Jean, under affection. III. ECLIPSIS. 1. A consonant is said to be eclipsed, or to suffer eclipsis, when its sound is suppressed, and thtf sound of another consonant which is prefixed to it, substituted: thus in n-fcdn, t> is eclipsed...
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