Dennis King wrote:
>Query: is there a fully conjugated set of Early Modern Irish verbs on
I am on a 6 hour train ride the length of the state today so I have time
to muck around on the internet.
Georges Dottin's Manuel D'irlandais Moyen (1913) is available at the
online archive. I found verb paradigms here -
If that link doesnt work for you, go to --
and use the hand at the bottom to get to page 114.
It looks like the paradigm tables were a foldout and not all of them
were scanned into the Archive. There are two copies of the book in the
archive and they each show a different view of the foldout. But it also
looks like you can find the verb endings by looking through the chapter.
I'm not sure these pages are adequate. What do the listmembers
I have been using the irregular verb paradigms in the back of Dinneen's
dictionary to help me with this text, but I'm not sure the endings there
are always appropriate.
The paradigms from Dinneen are available here on page 28 --
If there is no good Early Modern Irish verb set online, can we make
one? I volunteer to type and proofread. Maybe we could use Dottin's
book as a resource. Liz