A practical grammar of the antient Gaelic, or language of the Isle of Man, usually called Manks

 
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 Excerpt: ...of the hen. G. Ny giarhjn, of hens. And toin, gen. ny toaney; crosh, an accident, gen. ny groshey; muir, the sea, gen. ny marrey; muc, a pig, gen. ny muigey, &c. SECOND DECLENSION. Nouns of the Second Declension are such as admit of no change in the termination of the singular number; and the plural is formed by adding aghyn to the final consonant; and, if the noun ends in a vowel, the vowel is cast away, except it be a monosyllable, and then the vowel remains: as--Singular. Plural. Nom. Caggey (masc.) war, N. Caggaghyn, wars, Gen. Yn chaggey, of the war, G. Ny gaggaghyn, of the wars, Dat. Da'n caggey, to the war, D. Dany caggaglvyn,tothe wars, Acc. Yn caggey, the war. A. Ny caggaghyn, the wars, Voc. Y chaggey, O war, V. Y chaggaghyn, 0 wars, Abl. Gyn chaggey,-without, &c. A. Gynchaggaghyn,y7ithout,&c. Singular. Plural. Nom. Gloyr (fem.), glory, N. Gloyraghyn, glories, Gen. Ny ghloyr, of the glory, G. Ny gloyraghyn, of, &c. Dat. Da'n ghloyr, to the glory, D. Da ny gloyraghyn, to, &c. Acc. Yn ghloyr, the glory, A. Ny gloyraghyn, the glories,. Voc. Y ghloyr, O glory, V. Y gloyraghyn, O glories, Abl. Gyn ghloyr, without, &c. A. Gyn gloyraghyn, &c. Singular. Plural. Nom. Cruinney, a globe, N. Gruinnaghyn, globes, Gen. Ny cruinney, of a globe. G. Ny gruinnaghyn, of, &c. Of this declension are the following nouns:--cree, a heart; ree, a king; coirrey, a furnace; chengey, a tongue; pooar, power; obbyr, work; peccah, sin, &c. THIRD DECLENSION. The Third Declension containeth nouns changeable in the cases of the singular number, and which form their plurals as the second declension. Singular. Plural. Nom. Yn sourey, summer, N. Souraghyn, summers, Gen. Yn touree, of summer, G. Ny souraghyn, of summers, Dat. Da'n tourey, to the, &am...

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