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G. 86 Cf. § ' aidber aithber c. ' fr. *ate-bheroreproach analogically also toibned let him pursue,' fr. *tofennath, O. C. ; ' ; *to-svent-na-to. PHONOLOGY 31 Unvoicing of consonants. § 86. When a voiced (aspirated or unaspirated) consonant comes (a) by syncope next homorganic, unvoiced (aspirated a to or unaspirated) consonant, the result is an unvoiced, unaspirated (§ 84) consonant. 'thou addressest' (fr. O. C. g. adgl&iter trocaire ' ' mercy Aspirated d (fr. E. *treugho-larija). unvoiced and deaspirated (§ 84) before or d (written t) does not exactly of the 0.

As t (see §§ 7, 72, 79, 80, 85). tb On tn immediately followed tl, tn, tr, see § 109. (bb). 93. E. E. in late it ; ' ' /repaid healing word is t(t). g. in the interior of a t-t t(t). st, compounds becomes roth wheel fr. *rotos, Welsh rhod treated like cf. Lat rota. *vrt-bhutai (frith-buith), dat. sg. fr. oifrepaid. ' ' ' place fr. *pot1in\- cf. Skr. ' invaded fr. g. 1 fr. *vrt-to-bherta ; cf. ' frec(c)or c(c), tg becomes cultivation ' fr. c (gg). *vrt-korom (frith-cor). E. ph, bh, th, etc. are not spirants, but stops + voiceless breathing h.

E. *g ivo-tut-s, I (fr. E. e, i) Welsh bywyd. v disappears without leaving trace. g. II ' colour ' fr. *livis, Welsh lliw ; cf. Gaulish Livius. ov and ev appear, h. (a) as oi. g. g. fr. *ovis, Lat. ovls. o. bo *g'ovos, gen. sg. of 6d fr. ' (7) as u. g. as o, e J, before e, %, u as u. ' he went fr. E. ' Cf. rule 4 below. ' do-coid ; pres, ' -mie ' new ' fr. *nevijo-, Welsh newydd ; cf. Lat. novus. A CONCISE OLD IRISH GRAMMAR 44 6ac 'young,' cf. § 111. preparation comes f r. g. 6. g. tobae 'cutting' ' fr.

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