- Suffix forming the third-person singular present indicative of -ir verbs.
- Suffix forming the third-person singular past historic of -ir verbs.
- Suffix forming the third-person singular past historic of -re verbs.
-it (suffixed pronoun)
This suffix is used only after 1st person singular forms in -(e)a, 1st person plural forms in -mi, and 3rd person plural forms in -(a)it. After 3rd person singular forms, the suffix -i is used.
See Appendix:Old Irish affixed pronouns for details on how these forms are used.
Note that the so-called “infixed” pronouns are technically prefixes, but they are never the first prefix in a verbal complex.
|Class A||Class B||Class C|
|1 sing.||m-L||dom-L, dam-L||-um|
|2 sing.||t-L||dot-L, dat-L, dut-L, dit-L||-ut|
|3 sing. m.||a-N||d-N||id-N, did-N, d-N||-i, -it|
|3 sing. f.||s-(N)||da-||-us|
|3 sing. n.||a-L||d-L||id-L, did-L, d-L||-i, -it|
|1 pl.||n-||don-, dun-, dan-||-unn|
|2 pl.||b-||dob-, dub-, dab-||-uib|
|L means this form triggers lenition.
N means this form triggers nasalization (eclipsis)
(N) means this form triggers nasalization in some texts but not in others.
- Suffix used to form the supine tense of verbs belonging to the fourth conjugation (strong verbs); see also -t
The suffix is used with the same version of the stem as is the past participle.
- (pathology) Suffix used to form nouns corresponding to diseases characterized by inflammation (similar to -itis in English)