From: "David Stifter" <[log in to unmask]>
> Patrick Brown wrote:
> > >'Ní racha as aniu, a clóain,' or Cet.
> > racha - the glossary of Van Hamel's Compert Con Culainn says racha is
> > the secondary future, 2 sing of téit, goes.
> It's the ordinary future.
That would make more sense. Green's Verbs & Vocab gives rega as the 2 sing
future of téit, but I notice DIL gives two different forms of the fure
tense. The forms in reg- are given first, and the forms in rag-, rach-
follow after several other tenses, which must be why I didn't spot that.