Category:Scottish Gaelic noun forms

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Fundamental » All languages » Scottish Gaelic » Non-lemma forms » Noun forms

Scottish Gaelic nouns that are inflected to display grammatical relations other than the main form.

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Scottish Gaelic nouns that are inflected to be quantified as more than one (more than two in some languages with dual number).


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