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PostPosted: Wed 21 Feb 2018 4:05 pm 
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Are there problems with "An Foclóir Beag'' site (U of Lim). I can't seem to access it?


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PostPosted: Wed 21 Feb 2018 5:30 pm 
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You can use it here, then:

www.teanglann.ie/en/fb

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Feb 2018 8:05 pm 
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Lughaidh wrote:
You can use it here, then:

http://www.teanglann.ie/en/fb


Lughaidh - it is not the same site. The old site furnished declensions, full conjugations etc. of any word entry. See Nualéargais - they have a description of it.


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PostPosted: Thu 22 Feb 2018 11:57 am 
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Séamus wrote:
Lughaidh wrote:
You can use it here, then:

http://www.teanglann.ie/en/fb


Lughaidh - it is not the same site. The old site furnished declensions, full conjugations etc. of any word entry. See Nualéargais - they have a description of it.


There are declensions and conjugations at http://www.teanglann.ie/en/gram/ (based on focal.ie and WinGléacht).


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PostPosted: Thu 22 Feb 2018 4:31 pm 
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Do you mean this: http://www.csis.ul.ie/focloir/? It’s the first link Google showed me after searching for "An Foclóir Beag", and it works for me (redirects from the domain to an IP address though). And indeed, it does show whole declension/conjugation tables for words searched. Nice, i did not know this online dictionary.

EDIT: though I believe teanglann.ie in the Gramadach section does show the same exact forms (although formatted in a different way, not as huge tables).


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PostPosted: Thu 22 Feb 2018 5:32 pm 
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silmeth wrote:
Do you mean this: http://www.csis.ul.ie/focloir/? It’s the first link Google showed me after searching for "An Foclóir Beag", and it works for me (redirects from the domain to an IP address though). And indeed, it does show whole declension/conjugation tables for words searched. Nice, i did not know this online dictionary.

EDIT: though I believe teanglann.ie in the Gramadach section does show the same exact forms (although formatted in a different way, not as huge tables).


Thanks to all. That is the site I was referring to (http://www.csis.ul.ie/focloir). It is working fine now and accessible.I'm aware that Teanglann provide basically the same information in the Gramadach section but I like the CSIS format and use it all the time.
Jim


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PostPosted: Fri 23 Feb 2018 12:48 am 
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It has at least one mistake that was reported but never corrected: with the verb that start with s-, in the conjugations, they indicate the urú by writing ts- on the verb, which is completely wrong. When you put an urú on an s, it doesn't change (except in Cleare Island, Co. Cork, where it becomes z).

Try with the verb "saothraigh":

M. FOSH. LÁITH.
go tsaothraí mé
go tsaothraí tú
go tsaothraí sé
go tsaothraí sí
go tsaothraímid
go tsaothraí sibh
go tsaothraí siad
Sb.
go tsaothraítear
...

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PostPosted: Sat 24 Feb 2018 12:36 am 
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Lughaidh wrote:
(except in Cleare Island, Co. Cork, where it becomes z).


Never heard of it. Shame they don’t write it zs, go zsaothraí would look so… Hungarinishy. :D


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PostPosted: Sat 24 Feb 2018 1:03 pm 
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Aye, they could, but I'm not aware of Cleare Island Irish speakers writing in their dialect. All what I know about that dialect is in the An Teanga Bheo volume and in the Linguistic Atlas of the Irish dialects.

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