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Irish Grammar Question

Post by Snægl » 01 Oct 2009, 14:34

I admittedly know next to nothing of Irish, either ancient or modern. However, part of a paper that I'm working on discusses the ogham and I was wondering how to construct the plural of the word.

A quick Google search came up with the modern Irish as being ogham (s.), oghaim (pl.). Can anyone kindly confirm this so I don't stick my foot in my mouth? :o

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