Bare forms (no plural for this noun):
Forms with the definite article:
This template is for Irish feminine nouns of the fifth declension that have no plural form (mass nouns, places, proper nouns, etc.).
The first three parameters are obligatory.
- initial is the initial letter of the word (case-sensitive); if the first letter is s, then the first two letters of the word should be listed here
- nomsg is the nominative singular form of the noun, omitting the initial letter(s)
- gensg is the genitive singular form of the noun, omitting the initial letter(s)
dat=should be followed by the complete dative singular form, omitting the initial letter(s) (if the noun has a distinct dative singular), or be omitted (if the noun has a dative singular identical in form to the nominative singular)
datoc=marks the circumstances under which the distinctive dative form occurs; it must be set to one of the following:
aif it occurs only in archaic and dialectal texts and not in the standard language at all
pif it occurs in the standard language only in certain phrases
sif it occurs in the standard language under all or almost all circumstances
For meanma, genitive singular meanman, type:
- Template:ga-decl-f5 (for countable nouns)