§ 449. If an adjective accompanies the noun, the words so, sin, are placed after the ajective, as an stól beag so, this little stool. If two or more adjectives accompany the noun, so or sin is placed last of all; as, an túirne beag trom sin; an tír [?] áluinn so.
§ 450. The word úd (oodh) is used after nouns int he same way as so and sin, as ar fear úd, and oiḋċe úd, an áit úd. The word úd is never used except with a thing connected in some way with the person to whom you speak or write, as, an fear úd, that man whom you have seen or heard of; an oiḋċe úd, that night you remember; an áit úd, that place you know well.
In Ulster, the word you is used in English just as it is in English.
|riaṁ||(ree'-ăv)||ever (in the past)|
as in English