All I know is that there is certainly differing
pronunciations with words like "dèanamh" which can be
pronunced "dee-a-nuv" or "dee-a-noo" depending on
which Scottish dialect it is. Sure your examples will
be the same maybe?
--- Kevin Riley <[log in to unmask]> wrote: >
Looking ahead in TYG, I came on the pronunciation of
> -adh as 'agh'. I came
> across a guide somewhere some time ago that said
> -adh was pronounced as -ù.
> As that is true also in northern Irish, I assumed it
> was correct. Is there
> similar variety in Gaelic as in Irish [-a, -amh,
> -ag, -ach, -ú], or did I
> just misunderstand [misremember?]? I am fascinated
> with dialect
> differences, so I don't mind how long or detailed
> the reply is :)
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