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IrishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtʲɾʲiːnˠəɾˠvˠ/

ParticleEdit

trínarbh (form used before a consonant trínar) (used before a vowel sound)

  1. through which/whom was/would be
    doras trínarbh fhéidir dula door through which it would be possible to go

Usage notesEdit

Especially in the spoken language, it is more common to use the indirect relative particle ar with a resumptive prepositional pronoun:

doras arbh fhéidir dul trída door it would be possible to go through

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