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D. ev very early became %v and was treated like that. g. e. any After O. la Ir. 4, (fr. E. trace. g. f. fr. *deivi, gen. sg. ' cZia fr. *deivos, Lat. divus, Skr. devds. de '" -'" fr. >^ / ;i ~- ~^ -" s E. iv appears (a) as i. I. g. (/3) v fr. g. ivi, gen. sg. ' eo. E. *g ivos, fr. Welsh 6^/w ; cf. Lat, vivus. m. g. (8) as fr. E. *g ivoi, dat. sg. of &eo. i. ' /ms I shall light ' fr. *vi-vik-s-o, 1st sg. fut. offccltid Lat. vincere, 0. High German ivihan. ) (e) before d, o as e, before e, i, u as i.
Ir. as d. Cf. §§ 7, 87. dr, dl, dn, see § 109. g. dg becomes c(c), -aicci ' sees' c(gg). -dc-cjet, *ad-his-et. fr. fo-acaib 'leaves' fr. *-ad-gliabh-i-t. p (bb), ds becomes ss. d-t in the interior of a word db becomes becomes ss, in composition see giall d-tl, ' fr. g. On t(t). ' ' ' *ad-bhogis cf. ; should judge' I bongid fr. § 98, p. 3 F. ' mess 'judgment' fr. *med-tus but at(t)ach 'prayer,' } *ad-tekom. fr. dm in composition becomes mm. attempt fr. *ad-med-tus. E. g. dn t ' ' (dd). g. trot fr.
Dn t ' ' (dd). g. trot fr. quarrel *trud-nb- ; cf. d(h)v becomes d. dorus door fr. g. Lat. trudo. E. g, gh, g, gh, | 95. g% ; Lat. cf. forum. initial g" before u, postvocalic before j and before consonants in the interior of a word g in 0. v g become Ir. This g usually preserved in 0. Ir. (cf. §§7, 86). v Lat. formus. grith heat fr. *g hrtus cf. gor heat v voice fr. utus cf. Greek ftorj. g. ' ' ; ; ' ' ; nigid washes ' On fr. 0. C. *nigeti, 1 Greek vi^to. gl, gn, gr, see § 109. ) becomes ss. he drove fr.
A concise Old Irish grammar and reader by Julius Pokorny