Category talk:Irish words prefixed with sean-

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Not actually a prefix[edit]

The word sean isn't actually a prefix, it's an adjective that goes before the noun. It lenites the noun it qualifies, the way a prefix would, and the two words are written together without a space, but this is standard procedure for the very small set of Irish adjectives that precede the noun (droch, for example). If someone could delete this category, I would be much obliged. embryomystic 04:41, 2 June 2011 (UTC)