- Nov 2022
Check-list of common particles
GMW=D. Simon Evans Grammar of Middle Welsh (Dublin, 1964)
- definite article (yr before vowels and h), GMW 24.
- unstressed possessive pronoun, masc. or fem., sing. or pl., GMW 53.
- preposition 'to' (inflected forms, GMW 60; can take infixed pronoun).
- oblique relative particle, used when relative stands in genitival relationship, or is governed by a preposition, adverb, or nominal predicate. GMW 64ff.
- conjunction 'that' (yd before vowels), GMW 171.
- y (4) + y (2 or 5) = y.
- affirmative preverbal particle (also appears as yd, ydd, ytt), GMW 171.
- affirmative preverbal particle, especially to support infixed pronoun, GMW 171.
- relative pronoun/particle, GMW 172.
- preposition 'with' (can take infixed pronoun), GMW 181.
- conjunction 'and' (can take infixed pronoun), GMW 230.
- variant of 'o', preposition 'of, from', GMW 205.
- interrogative particle, GMW 174.
- vocative particle (interjection), GMW 245.
- 3 sing. pres. ind. of 'mynet', GMW 132.
- preposition 'of, from' (inflected forms, GMW 59); can take infixed pronoun.
- conjunction 'if', GMW 240.
- interjection 'alas', GMW 245.
- in composite prepositions, GMW 205-6.
- Apr 2022
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