On 22 Oct 2014 at 15:42, Liz Gabay wrote:
> >> >Lingthi Mac Dacherda co sudib co mbui isin troit na liathroiti.
> >> >Geibid didiu Moronoc ambach la oc dul isan teach
> MacDacherda jumps with them and he was in the contest of the balls.
> Then he seizes Moronoc with hurley sticks, upon going into the house
Mo Rónóc is the subject of the sentence, and "a mbachla" is the
object! "a" clearly is the possessive pronoun.
> I did find one instance of 'ambach' in DIL. See I 114.83 'teit si a
> haenur ambach'. It made sense to me because of the broad consonant,
> similar to writing 'nn' as 'nd' but this could be faulty reasoning.
You proved me wrong :-) To my excuse, I can say that I only had
little time to look at the entry in the morning, so I overlooked this