verse beg. Cúig coitchind tiaghaid in es

  • Middle Irish
  • verse
Middle Irish poem (60qq) on the gender and declension of Latin nouns
First words (verse)
  • Cúig coitchind tiaghaid in es
“There are five commons which end in -es”
f. 49ra(50ra)ff
beg. ‘Cuig coitchind tiaghaid in es’
Headed Latin Grammar in Irish in a late hand
p. 651
rubric: ‘Duan seanchais’
beg. ‘Cuig coitchind tiaghaid ines’
Transcript by Tadhg Ó Neachtain.
  • Middle Irish
verse (primary)
Number of stanzas: 60



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[ed.] [tr.] Greene, David, “A Middle Irish poem on Latin nouns”, Celtica 2:2 (1954): 278–296.
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