-t-

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Old Irish[edit]

Prefix[edit]

-t-

  1. you (singular accusative)
    not·chara "he loves you"
    t·ben "he does not strike you"

Usage notes[edit]

Traditionally referred to as an "infixed pronoun", but is technically a prefix as it precedes its root and is not inserted inside a root. Used after certain preverbal particles and before inflected verb forms.

Related terms[edit]

  • -ut (suffixed pronoun)
  • -dot- ("infixed" pronoun used after other preverbal particles)
  • -tot- ("infixed" pronoun used after other preverbal particles)