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G. older *dago-testis we expect *dagthaist) good testimony (testis is a loan fr. ), or ath-chor dagtheist ' (fr. — Syncopated au acts like u fr. ) upon the preceding con- sonant. the second consonant was an aspirated non-palatal (=/(), the whole to have been depalatalised. E. ndhe-smalis. g. intamail 'imitation' fr. g. -titset ' they muneration shall hear ' 0. C. *en-taussint fr. ; duilgme ' re- ' fr. E. *de-upo-l9vg-injd. Shortening of Long Vowels. § 56. All unstressed long vowels that have not been thrown out by syncope have been shortened.
1 Enclitic vowels in closed syllables appear between palatal consonants as i, very seldom as 1. g. berid ' he carries e. ' fr. *bhereti. between neutral consonants (cf. § 64) as a. *kdrantos, gen. sg. of carae friend. between a palatal and a neutral consonant as e. 2. 3. ' fr. g. g. muilenn ' mill ' ' Latin molina. fr. between a neutral and palatal consonant as 4. i or ai, later regularly as ai. g. benid, benaid (2 pi. ) fr. *bhi-nd-te. g. cetbuith sense (dat. ) fr. *-bhutai. between a palatal and an n coloured consonant as iu.
G. ' as eo, iu, in, when short e was originally followed by consonants, the dropping of which has been discussed in § 109. But 4. PHONOLOGY 47 nonu-coloured consonants. Hreg-nl gen. sg. masc. g. The u treuin, triuin (o) is ' fr. ; a survival of the lost consonant. ' eeneul, ceniul fr. *kenetloi, dat. sg. ) (On It seems 5. as a, under conditions which are not quite clear. g. g. fr. taig *(s)teges, dat. sg. ' ' graig herd fr. an oblique case of Lat. grex, gen. gregis. But lige bed fr. *leghjom. ' ' ' On 6.
A concise Old Irish grammar and reader by Julius Pokorny