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NOM. SING. NOM. PL.
céim, a step céimeanna
fuaim, a sound fuamanna
uair, an hour, time uaire, uaireanna, uaireannta
sráid, a street sráide, sráideanna, sráideaċa
páirc, a field páirce, páirceanna
feis, a festival feiseanna

88. Nouns that take aċa in nominative plural—

obair, a work oibreaċa
óráid, an oration óráideaċa
slat, a rod slata, slataċa
litir, a letter litre, litreaċa
uḃ, an egg uiḃe, uiḃeaċa
paidir, a prayer paidreaċa
aicíd, a disease aicídeaċa, aicídí
ciúṁais, an edge ciúṁaiseaċa
coicṫiḋis, a fortnight coicṫiḋiseaċa, coicṫiḋisí
truaill, a sheathe, a scabbard truailleaċa
leac, a flag, a flat stone leaca, leacaċa, leacraċa

89. The following take te, ṫe, or ṫa in the nominative plural; aḋ may be added in the genitive plural:—coill[1], a wood; túir[W 1], a pillar, a prop; tír, a country (pl. tíorṫa; aġaiḋ, face (pl. aiġṫe; speur, a sky, speurṫa.

90. Sometimes when the last vowel of the nominative singular is i preceded by a broad vowel, the

  1. Coill is also 5th declension. See Heteroclite nouns, par. 131.
  1. Listed in both DIL and Dinneen 1927 as tuir