> I believe that's correct. But note that the second 'i' is
> short, as in Thurneysen's example, "in fer (h)í-siu". His
> parenthetical 'h' brings up another question of normalization.
> In paragraph 5 of EN we wrote "í" without the "h":
> Lotar íarum don taig í-sin.
"h" before "í" is frequent (DIL I 9.52). This leaves us with the same situation as with "i".