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MSGlossKeil, GLThes.PriscianType(s)Lemma: gloss
32b28ccII 68,1132b7book 2543 3116 [acr]sione: .i. uand aitherrechtaigthiu atá a n-aitrebthach .i. acrisioneus is hé a ḟoxlaid ilair-sidi fil sunt.
[‘i.e. from the patronymic (Acrisione) comes the possessive, i.e. Acrisioneus: it is its ablative plural which is here.’]

Old Irish elements

Word formHeadwordWord classSub-classMorph.MeaningVoiceRelative?
uaó 1 [DIL]preposition, with dat; lenitingdat. +, source from which something comes or is obtained
nda 8 [DIL] + ó 1with prep and substantive
aitherrechtaigthiuaitherrechtaigthe [DIL]nounn, i̯o &
atad 1 [DIL]particlepreverb*ad-tā- (*bw-)
a·táat·tá [DIL]verbsubstantive verb3sg.pres.ind.Active
aa 8 [DIL] subst alone
n-aitrebthachaittrebthach [DIL]adjectiveo, ā and (pronoun)
isis [DIL]verbcopula3sg.pres.ind.Active
é 1 [DIL]pronoun, personal3sg m
aa 2 [DIL]pronoun, possessive, unstressed3sg m, n (leniting)possession, ownership, association
ḟoxlaidfochslaid [DIL]nounf, ablative case
ilairilar [DIL]nounn, o, later m, plural number
sidiside [DIL]pronoun, a noun
filat·tá [DIL]verbsubstantive verb3sg.pres.ind.rel.ActiveY
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 7 December 2023]