From Middle Irish -mit, itself from Old Irish ending -m(a)i (first-person plural absolute) suffixed with -(a)it (third-person neuter suffixed pronoun). In a similar way the infixed neuter pronoun gave rise to lenition after ní and the preverb do-.
- ending of first-person plural verb forms in the present indicative, future, and present subjunctive
Derived terms edit
- muid (“we”)