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Ancient MSS. 29 5f Singular. or b|ir bjtojfj, J(broo,) (fern). Dat. Gen. Norn. bftoi), f or jbfto^i ^bfio^oe, j( b n > 1 (bur' C "coo, or < coo. a javelin or f sunbeam 1 3A, (gah,) a grandson t or descen///* danttimtncr (masc. 3^e (gwee) -? ) x/ VA, (oo^-a,) VA. v, (oo -ee,) f f C|lCjO4 Plural. Nom. ) b'ee, Dat. Gen. ) (bah,) (knnj)

Cfte, three, ceojtA, three; cjtj IA^C^ ^ ceofiu. A^bc^ fAroA^), three days and three nights before November. Leacan, fol. 231. T|M ceofiA SftefrA, by three modes. Cor. Cfiebe, or cfie]be, three, three things. ]t^A Cor. GeceojiA, or cejceojiA, four, ceceoftA A]bce, four Four Masters, 965-967. GeiceojtA feAlbA, nights. four possessions. Brehon Laws. J ceceojtA |tAt)bA]b, in four parts. Cor. GeACAjtbACA, four parts. Cor. Co^,five i)oe, nine rjorjbAjt r)on)Ab bee, nineteenth. Ceb, cfc, cfb, a hundred and T)oobvr|t, nine per- sons cjtA^Ab, 100, cows, 100 oxen, Book of Rights.

There are seven variations of the Verbs, as to viz. the Imperative and Infinitive signification Moods, Participles, Indicative, Subjunctive, Optative, and Potential Moods. There are five variations of the Verb as to time ; ; the Present, the habitual or consuetudiual Present, Preter, habitual Preter, and Future Tenses. The root of the Verb is the 2nd person singular Imperative, from which all the moods, tenses and persons are formed by postfixes, except in some tenses of the irregular Verbs. The Verb has two different terminational forms.

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