Originally Posted by Worztron
Are these word right?
I've never seen that word before. Where did you find it? Old Irish or Scots Gaelic by any chance?
Originally Posted by Cliste
For "I like their car" I would say
"Is maith liom a gluaistéain"
"Is maith liom a n
a (his) => consonant + séimhiú/ no change with vowels
M.Sh: A charr = his car. A aird = his attention.
a (her) => no change on consonant/ "h" before vowels
M.Sh: A carr = her car. A haird = her attention.
a (their) => urú before the consonant/ 'n' before vowels
M.Sh: A gcarr = their car. A naird = their attention.