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Alternative forms[edit]


  • IPA(key): /ˈtʲɾʲiːnˠəɾˠvˠ/


trínarbh (form used before a consonant trínar) (used before a vowel sound)

  1. through which/whom was/would be
    doras trínarbh fhéidir dula door through which it would be possible to go

Usage notes[edit]

Especially in the spoken language, it is more common to use the indirect relative particle ar with a resumptive prepositional pronoun:

doras arbh fhéidir dul trída door it would be possible to go through

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