Mean-Yernish
Gaoidhealg
Fockley magh [ˈɡɯːʝeɫɡ]
Goll er loayrt ayns Nerin, Nalbin, Mannin
Baase çhengey Caghlaait dys Yernish Yeianagh Leah mysh yn 12oo eash
Kynney çhengey Ind-Oarpagh
Corys screeuee Cló Gaelach, as Romanagh
Coadyn çhengey
ISO 639-1 Gyn coad
ISO 639-2 mga
ISO 639-3 mga

She çhengey Ghaelgagh ee Mean-Yernish ny Yernish Veanagh. Hie ee er loayrt er feie Nerin, Nalbin as Mannin eddyr y 10oo as 12oo eash. Myr shen, she co-emshiragh y Çhenn Vaarle anmagh as y Vean-Vaarle leah v'ayn.[1][2] Ta ny çhengaghyn Gaelgagh jeianagh nyn sluightee jeh'n Vean-Yernish. She çhengey smoo sheeynt Bretin Vooar v'ayn derrey'n 12oo eash anmagh as skeaylley Mean-Vaarle. Bentyn rish tasht lettyraght er mayrn, cha nel monney çhengaghyn Oarpagh mean-eashagh corrym rish Mean-Yernish. Ayns ayrn, shen kyndagh rish obbyr greimmaltagh kuse dy scoillaryn 'syn eash jeianagh leah. Ta mooadys ny feniagh-skeealyn, shennaghyssyn, noo-hennaghyssyn as reddyn elley cowraghey treisht ny Gaelgeyryn ynsit mean-eashagh 'sy çhengey v'oc. Ta'n chooid smoo jeh'n tasht lettyraght er mayrn ayns Nerin; cha nel monney ayns Nalbin ny Mannin.

Imraaghyn

  1. Mac Eoin, Gearóid (1993). "Irish", ayns Martin J. Ball (ed.): The Celtic Languages. London: Routledge, 101–44. ISBN 0-415-01035-7.
  2. Breatnach, Liam (1994). "An Mheán-Ghaeilge", ayns K. McCone, D. McManus, C. Ó Háinle, N. Williams, & L. Breatnach (eds.): Stair na Gaeilge in ómós do Pádraig Ó Fiannachta (Irish). Maynooth: Department of Old Irish, St. Patrick's College, 221–333. ISBN 0-901519-90-1.

Ry-lhaih

  • MacManus, Damian (1983). "A chronology of the Latin loan words in early Irish". Ériu 34. 
  • McCone, Kim (1978). "The dative singular of Old Irish consonant stems". Ériu 29. 
  • McCone, Kim (1981). "Final /t/ to /d/ after unstressed vowels, and an Old Irish sound law". Ériu 31. 
  • McCone, Kim (1996). Prehistoric, Old and Middle Irish, Progress in medieval Irish studies, 7–53.
  • McCone, Kim (2005). A First Old Irish Grammar and Reader, Including an Introduction to Middle Irish, Maynooth Medieval Irish Texts 3.

Jeeagh er

  • Dictionary of the Irish Language
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