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MSGlossKeil, GLThes.PriscianType(s)Lemma: gloss
45b6oII 101,2245b7book 3541 catulaster: á c/atuláin ⁊ ni·bí digbail folaid and calléic cia beith ind apélugud,
[‘O little Catulus; and there is still no diminution of substance here though there be the caressing’]

Old Irish elements

Word formHeadwordWord classSub-classMorph.MeaningVoiceRelative?
áa 1 [DIL]particlevocative
catuláincatulánnoun, Catulus
7ocus [DIL]conjunction (leniting)coordinatingjoining two sentences or clausesand
niní 5 [DIL]particlenegativewith substantive verb
ni·bíat·tá [DIL]verbsubstantive verb3sg.cons.pres.Active
digbaildígbál [DIL]nounf, ā of taking away
folaidfolad [DIL]nounn,, material
andi 2 [DIL]preposition, with dat and acc; nasalizingdat. + suff.pron.3sg.masc./neut.Location: place where (abstract and concrete): in
calléiccalléic [DIL]adverbadversative: still, however, nevertheless, for all that
ciacía 2 [DIL]conjunctionconcessive and explicative (leniting)concessive: although
beithat·tá [DIL]verbsubstantive verb3sg.pres.subj.Active
indin 1 [DIL] subst alone
apélugudaipélugud [DIL]nounm, of flattering; adulation
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 20 May 2024]