tarlaigh

IrishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Originally tárlaigh, tárluigh; from tarla +‎ -igh, from Old Irish tarla (happening), from Proto-Celtic *to-ro-la, from Proto-Celtic *luid, from Proto-Indo-European *leudho. Akin to dul. Compare Scottish Gaelic tàrlaidh.

VerbEdit

tarlaigh (present analytic tarlaíonn, future analytic tarlóidh, verbal noun tarlú, past participle tarlaithe)

  1. to happen, befall, occur
  2. to meet, encounter
ConjugationEdit

See below.

Etymology 2Edit

Originally tarlaidh; from Old Irish tarladim, tarlodim.

VerbEdit

tarlaigh (present analytic tarlaíonn, future analytic tarlóidh, verbal noun tarlú, past participle tarlaithe)

  1. to haul, drag
  2. to draw (up, out; pull)
  3. to transport
ConjugationEdit

Note: Conjugation is identical for both verbs above.

MutationEdit

Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
tarlaigh tharlaigh dtarlaigh
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

ReferencesEdit

Last modified on 25 September 2013, at 14:29