here the no- is the conjunct particle that is used in
front of simple verbs in the imperfect tense.
Imperfect verbs can never be absolute, they must be
preceded by a conjunct particle. If there is no
conjunct particle like "ni", "in", "co", "ar" etc.,
then the default particle is "no".
--- Christine Oberauer
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> unfortunately i don't have a computer at home and no
> internet either... but i
> try to keep up...
> have a question about Fingal R. 121:
> it says:
> NO gaibed-som lethrand, NO gaibed-si...
> doesn't that literally mean
> EITHER he recited a half quatrain, OR she recited
> the other half?
> or would you not translate it at all?
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