A concise Old Irish grammar and reader by Julius Pokorny

By Julius Pokorny

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C. *-ek(s)-med-i-t; cf. ' Loss of Consonants by Haplology more than two syllables an intervocalic consonant may be thrown out when followed by the same consonant. When the last consonant stood between o and e, i, the of § 110. In words diphthong oi was produced. g. for-roichain ' ' ' fr. O. C. ' for-cain coim(m)ihecht accompaniment (com-imm-thecht). In words like Note. pres. ' ' — ' ' foit mission instead of *foidiuih (ending *-itus) both dentals have coalesced, while the vowel of the second The t represents the voicesyllable has been thrown out.

Genealogical History of Old Consonants and ConsonantGroups not resulting from Syncope and intervocalic Indo-European p and ph l disappear in 0. Ir. But opn appears in 0. Ir. as nan, ps as ss, pt as cht. Initial § 91. g. te much ' il ' hot swan ' cacht ' ' *pelu, Got. Jilu. *tepens, Lat. tepens. ) fr. ' fr. ' fr. sleep and bh Welsh hun, Lat. somnus. *kaptd, Welsh caeth, Lat. capta. *sop7ios, bondmaid ' fr. become 1 b (see §§7, 86, 88, 89) in 0. Ir. E. pt. E. accent becomes p (bb). fr. *kobo-, 0.

Of gdu. ) before o as u. gu- fr. ). dv (fr. E. g. b. gii- (a) as oi. g. g. noi, du gno fr. E. *ndvdi, dat. %du sg. idu) beautiful, active,' fr. (7) as d (older 6u). On the development in proclitic words see § 81, exception In enclitic final position a + v +a, o, n become u. g. ship (later d). Lat. (g)ndvus. E. *

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