'Luidh fecht ann a crich nUlad'
On Sat, 5 Jan 2008 21:37:51 -0800, Stephen Crimmins
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
< "a" is a (late ?) alternate for "i", so I expect that he went "into" Ulster.
Thanks, Stephen. I should have figured that out, especially since 'crich' is
followed by nasalization of 'Ulad' which indicates the accusative case. 'i' (in,
into) followed by accusative indicates motion into a thing or place. But the
preposition 'a' (out from) is followed by the dative case without
Looking for last minute shopping deals?
Find them fast with Yahoo! Search.