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MSGlossKeil, GLThes.PriscianType(s)Lemma: gloss
172a13cII 485,1172a2book 9543 53 active: .i. is indranngabail adrodar- car an déde sin .i. gním ⁊ césad quia fuit iuror apud antiquos ut/ inante dicit/ in participio
[‘i.e. it is in the participle (iuratus) that these two things, i.e. active and passive, can be seen, because with the ancients there was iuror, as he, Priscian, says below in dealing with the participle ’]

Old Irish elements

Word formHeadwordWord classSub-classMorph.MeaningVoiceRelative?
isis [DIL]verbcopula3sg.pres.ind.Active
ii 2 [DIL]preposition, with dat and acc; nasalizingdat. + place where (abstract and concrete): in
ndin 2 [DIL] + i 2with prep and substantive
ranngabailranngabál [DIL]nounf, ā participle
adad 1 [DIL]particlepreverb*ad-kwis-
roro 1 [DIL]particlepreverbro of possibility
ad·rodarcarad·cí [DIL]verbAIII3sg.pres.ind.pass.seesPassiveY
aa 8 [DIL] prep and substantive and adj, dem pron, adv
n-dédedéde [DIL]adjectivei̯o, i̯ā, consisting of two things, pair
sinsin [DIL]pronoun, demonstrativethat, (enclitic): this, these
gnímgním [DIL]nounm, the active voice; an active verb
7ocus [DIL]conjunction (leniting)coordinatingjoining two nounsand
césadcésad [DIL]nounm, the passive voice
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 20 July 2024]