On Fri, 7 May 2004 17:21:13 -0700, Dennis King scríbas:
>a) Dothet Neru dochum a muinteriu.
Do·tét Nerae dochum a muintire.
Nera comes to his people.
This looks straightforward. According to DIL, 'dochum' is the ancestor
of Modern Irish 'chun' and it takes the genitive (like 'chun' still does
today.) We spelled the dative and accusative as 'muintir' so I spelled the
genitive 'muintire.' Liz Gabay