User:Catsidhe

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enm-2 þes user haþ a forþgon knowleche of Englisch.
ang-2 Þes nēotend cann hine seolf mid middelre mǣþe Englisces ferian.
ga-2 Tá leibhéal meánach na Gaeilge ag an úsáideoir seo.
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sga-1 Attá foglaimm bunaid inna Sen-Goídilce ocin scríbnid se.
fr-1 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau élémentaire de français.
{{t}}-4 This user can write and understand very complex wiki template code.
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Lua[edit]

Lua sandbox


Irish[edit]

Proposed Irish Pronouns table for use in a template to add to the relevant lemmas.

  1. 29 April 2016: sobhlasta
  2. 29 April 2016: so-bhlasta
  3. 29 April 2016: soscartha
  4. 29 April 2016: sodhealaithe
  5. 27 April 2016: do-
  6. 26 April 2016: fulaing
  7. 24 April 2016: a
  8. 23 April 2016: cothaím
  9. 23 April 2016: Gaedhilgeoir
  10. 22 April 2016: púdaraigh
  11. 22 April 2016: púdraigh
  12. 22 April 2016: tana
  13. 22 April 2016: saltair
  14. 22 April 2016: eabhairín
  15. 22 April 2016: eabhardha
  16. 22 April 2016: eabhartha
  17. 22 April 2016: eabhair
  18. 21 April 2016: -lit
  19. 21 April 2016: stalcán
  20. 21 April 2016: stalcánta


Old Irish[edit]

Old Irish Nouns and proposed tables

  1. 27 April 2016: ailte
  2. 26 April 2016: fulang
  3. 25 April 2016: foloing
  4. 25 April 2016: loing
  5. 25 April 2016: foceirt
  6. 24 April 2016: a
  7. 24 April 2016: cor
  8. 24 April 2016: foceird
  9. 23 April 2016: dotuit
  10. 23 April 2016: dotét
  11. 22 April 2016: saltair
  12. 21 April 2016: píast
  13. 18 April 2016: -ut
  14. 26 March 2016: calma
  15. 22 February 2016: anmcharae
  16. 20 February 2016: land
  17. 20 February 2016: llac
  18. 19 February 2016: teg
  19. 18 February 2016: biur
  20. 17 February 2016: ullam


Mutations[edit]

User:Catsidhe/sga-nasal[edit]

Takes two arguments, but the second one is not needed (but possible for compatibility with the lenition template, and for future expansion of the concept) So it can be called as either {{/sga-nasal|word}}, {{/sga-nasal|w|ord}}, or {{/sga-nasal|w}}ord: makes no difference to the result.

  • Aes = nAes
  • ball = a mball
  • daltae = ndaltae
  • gásur = ngásur
  • óen = n-óen
  • triall = triall

User:Catsidhe/sga-lenite[edit]

Owing to some frankly ridiculous restrictions in the programming environment for string manipulation, this requires the first letter to be split off. It does not check for a string longer than 1 character. An initial consonant of longer than one character isn't an issue in Irish, but can come in to play for, eg., Breton.

Must be supplied with the first letter split off from the rest. The rest of the word should be the second variable: {{sga-lenite|w|ord}}. Do not put it outside the template as {{sga-lenite|w}}ord, as lenition is suppressed for [s] followed by [c], [m], [p] or [t]. If the rest of the word is extracted, then this case cannot be detected.

  • cathóir = a chathóir
  • fer = a ḟer
  • scian = a ṡcian
  • snam = ṡnam
  • dúnta = dúnta

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