|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, June 12, 2004, 20:06|
On Jun 12, 2004, at 1:05 AM, Elliott Lash wrote:
> Like in Scottish Gaelic:
> aon taigh "one house"
> but a h-aon "one, the number one"
> and so on:
> da\ "two" > a dha\ "the number two"
> tri\ "three" > a tri\ "the number three"
> ceithir > a ceithir
> co\ig > a co\ig
> sia > a sia
> seachd > a seachd
> ochd > a h-ochd
> naoi > a naoi
> deich > a deich
> Elliott LAsh
That reminds me...
Anyone know why Scottish Gaelic accents go "\" and Irish Gaelic ones go
Btw, does Scottish also pronounce broad |dh| as /G/ like i was taught
"...siud chugaibh mary chinidh, 's í ndiaidh an éirne shnámh"
~ an mhaighdeán mhara