> >Ro gabus fo thríb seólaib: seól mbuide beres, seól nglas bádas, seól
> >nderg foa combretha feóili.
> 'mbuide' is an adjective meaning 'yellow' but I don't understand why
> it is nasalized. I would expect an adjective to be nasalized after
> an accusative singular noun, and 'seól' (an o stem masculine) is both
> a nominative singular and accusative singular form. But I don't
> understand why it would be in the accusative case here.
If the nasalisation is to be trusted here, it would indicate that
"séol" was neuter originally.