verb conjugation

Follow the links to the verb paradigms

  1. glanaim – shows the general 1st conjugation paradigm with a broad stem
  2. cuirim – shows the general 1st conjugation paradigm with a slender stem, and also illustrates the lenition of t endings after an -r stem
  3. gheibhim – an irregular verb
  4. táim – the substantive verb, also irregular
  5. éistim – a 1st conjugation verb that illustrates some of the peculiarities of vowel-initial verbs
  6. crúim – a 1st conjugation verb originally with a medial -dh- rendered irregular by the new spelling.
  7. ním – a 1st conjugation verb originally with a medial -gh- rendered irregular by the new spelling.
  8. ceannaím – a 2nd conjugation verb with a broad stem.
  9. imím – a 2nd conjugation verb with a slender stem.
  10. codlaim – a 1st conjugation syncopating verb that is now usually 2nd conjugation.
  11. foghlamaím – a 2nd conjugation syncopating verb.
  12. maraím – a 2nd conjugation syncopating verb with a medial -bh-.
  13. chím – an irregular verb.
  14. deinim – an irregular verb.
  15. deirim – an irregular verb.
  16. beirim – an irregular verb.
  17. ithim – an irregular verb.
  18. gabhaim – an irregular verb that shares some of its forms with the irregular verb, gheibhim.
  19. cloisim – a verb that is irregular in the past tense.
  20. tugaim – a verb that is irregular in some tenses.
  21. insim – a verb that is irregular in some tenses.
  22. tagaim – an irregular verb.
  23. seasaím – a verb where the -mh of the verbal noun reappears in the preterite and imperative.
  24. téim – an irregular verb.
  25. tarraingím – an irregular verb whose forms are confused with another verb.

One thought on “verb conjugation

  1. I have taken the liberty of saving your file here as html, and modifying the IPA to MLS.
    In the process, I noticed some dubious IPA transliterations, which I corrected in the MLS version in half of the cases, leaving the other case in IPA to stand. I marked the cases, both modified, and standing in red.
    Give me an eMail address, and I will send the modified file to you as an attachment.
    Best regards,
    Dave.

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