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miriam loraditch (63.201.88.64 - 63.201.88.64)
Posted on Monday, July 28, 2003 - 08:28 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

A Chairde,
Forgive me if this is one of those agonizing detail questions, but perhaps some bold spirit out there will explain.
mo chailin (my girl with mo causing seimhiu)
This is easy.
However!!! If it is "my good girl" would it be mo chailin mhaith? Cailin is masculine, so I get it that the adjective wouldn't be aspirated...but if the possessive is causing seimhiu to the noun, does the adjective have to agree with it?
AND :) Say it is Your(pl) Little girl...would uru be all over the place...bhur gcailin mbeag?
That looks weird to me, but I have to find out.
Go raibh maith agaibh!
Miriam

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