See also: ADH and ádh

IrishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Irish -ad, from the thematic vowel of the various verb stems + Proto-Celtic *-tus.

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-adh m (genitive singular -ta)

  1. Creates the regular verbal noun of first-conjugation verbs.
Usage notesEdit
  • May be used as a noun, which then decline as third-declension masculine nouns (which may or may not have a plural):
    mol (praise, verb) + ‎-adh → ‎moladh m (praise, noun)
Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Old Irish -ad, from the thematic vowel of the various verb stems + Proto-Celtic *-to.

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-adh

  1. Autonomous ending of first-conjugation verbs in the past indicative tense.
See alsoEdit
  • -aíodh (second-conjugation broad form)
  • -íodh (second-conjugation slender form)

Etymology 3Edit

From Old Irish -ad, from the thematic vowel of the various verb stems + Proto-Celtic *-to.

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-adh

  1. Analytic ending of first-conjugation verbs in the past habitual tense
  2. Analytic ending of first-conjugation verbs in the past subjunctive mood
  3. Third-person singular ending of first-conjugation verbs in the imperative mood
See alsoEdit
  • -ódh (second-conjugation broad form)
  • -eodh (second-conjugation slender form)