Neil McLeod wrote:
> >> where the lenition
> >> would represent an infixed neuter sing. pronoun,
> > Quite likely so.
> Does this verb normally have a petrified infix?
No, but petrified neuter infixed pronouns get the norm in MidIr.
> I don't think we have relative lenition here. After
> > expressions like "is glé" which take a subject or object clause as
> > complement in OIr. a nasalising rel. clause could be used, but
> > ordinary main clause constructions were also possible. I think we
> > have the latter here.
> Nasalising relative clauses were almost entirely replaced by leniting
> ones early in Middle Irish (Jackson, Aislinge meic Con Glinne, p 139).
> So it could be relative.
Yes, but a petrified neuter infix is really the default assumption
for MidIr. in such cases.
> BB and Lec have 'ní c(h)e(i)le fora Lige'. This seems to be quite
> different. Maybe, 'Lugaid will not hide from them (foraib)'?
the verbal form could be 2sg. (just a wild guess).