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PostPosted: Wed 27 Feb 2013 10:47 pm 
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Now completed chapter 30
Only 4 to go.
Link to the pdf file:-
https://www.box.com/s/xvcvq41ipdj2hfsymggv
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PostPosted: Thu 28 Feb 2013 11:40 pm 
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31 completed, 3 to go!

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PostPosted: Fri 01 Mar 2013 7:33 pm 
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Deghebh wrote:
31 completed, 3 to go!

32 completed.
Only two more to go, and these are short ones!

It will soon be yours.

Now, come on!
It is time you proof readers checked the work.

Unpicking the 'modernized' spelling is a faulty process, and it seems that there are both formatting errors, and spelling errors in the original.

Would it not be fine if we could make this a good and proper edition.

I can only do the donkey work.
Now is the time for scholars to make his into what it should be.

A real Irish book, written in real Irish, by a Real Irishman, who had the privilage to live during the renaisance of the Irish Language, before the Politically C.O.rrect screwed it all up.

ps.
Just completed chapter 33.
I'll leave 34 for tomorrow.
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PostPosted: Fri 01 Mar 2013 8:53 pm 
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Deghebh wrote:
the Politically C.O.rrect
I have never seen that written before!! :LOL:

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PostPosted: Sun 03 Mar 2013 12:08 am 
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My work on Séadna is now completed.
Now it is up to the proofreaders.
Le meas,
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ps
I have uploaded the file to Archive.org with the identifier "SEADNAretypeset".

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PostPosted: Tue 05 Mar 2013 12:24 am 
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Dave Webb has transcribed about 100 pages of MSF, and he agrees that the reading he has can be used NOT FOR PROFIT.
If some people out there can do some transcribing, we can get this done too in not many weeks.
If you leave it all to me, it could be a matter of months, and that will stall my other projects which I value.
I'll report back in a few days, and post the results.
Is mise, le meas, Deghebh.

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PostPosted: Tue 05 Mar 2013 3:06 pm 
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Deghebh wrote:
Dave Webb has transcribed about 100 pages of MSF, and he agrees that the reading he has can be used NOT FOR PROFIT.
If some people out there can do some transcribing, we can get this done too in not many weeks.
If you leave it all to me, it could be a matter of months, and that will stall my other projects which I value.
I'll report back in a few days, and post the results.
Is mise, le meas, Deghebh.



I told a tale.

He has actually got to about 3/4 way down page 61, to the end of chapter VIII.
That is 55 of his pages, which I doubled as a guestimate.

So if we have any takers, That is where you'll have to start, on chapter 9.

Happy hunting!

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PostPosted: Fri 08 Mar 2013 5:09 pm 
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I am going to move the Séadna work into the Séadna Folder in My Munster Irish Library, as it is no longer 'work in progress'.
A direct link to that folder is:
https://www.box.com/s/81qwbqo29kiazqi29n5l
Le meas,
Deghebh.

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Sometimes what I see is not there.
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PostPosted: Mon 30 Dec 2013 2:32 pm 
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Gabhaíg mo leithscéal má thá seo san áit mhícheart ach níorbh fhéidir liom teachtaireacht phríobháideach a chur.

p. 6 of this forum, re "Ná bodhair mise"
An Lon Dubh wrote:
I've never heard the word used in that sense (the "haunting" sense, I've heard the "bothering" and "deafening" senses). Dineen doesn't have it or Ó Dónaill, however some older dictionaries (Early Modern Irish) mention bodhair as haunting. Where have you heard it? I'm always interested in words not to be found in the two dictionaries. There's a good few Early Modern words that I've heard being used that aren't in Dineen.


Just wondering what Early Modern Irish dictionary/ies you are referring to and where to access them? Are they in print or online? And if (you remember that) you were talking about specific ones here, are there also others you also know of?

GRMA roimh ré!


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PostPosted: Mon 30 Dec 2013 4:23 pm 
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Dé bheathasa a Ghealt!

Gealt wrote:
Gabhaíg mo leithscéal má thá seo san áit mhícheart ach níorbh fhéidir liom teachtaireacht phríobháideach a chur.

Nuair a bheidh deich bpostanna agat, beir in ann teachtaireachtaí príobháideacha a sheoladh.

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Just wondering what Early Modern Irish dictionary/ies you are referring to and where to access them? Are they in print or online? And if (you remember that) you were talking about specific ones here, are there also others you also know of?

GRMA roimh ré!

Bheul, tá EDIL ar fáil ar an suíomh: http://edil.qub.ac.uk/dictionary/search.php
Ina theannta san: Foclóir Aodha Bhuí Mhic Chruitín.

Tá difríocht idir "Gaelainn Chlasaiceach" agus "Nua-Ghaelainn Mhoch". Is í caint na ngnáth daoine í Nua-Ghaelainn Mhoch, an saghas Gaelainn a bhí ag Tadhg an mhargaidh i rith an tréimhse 1200-1650, ach caighdeán 'sea í Gaelainn Chlasaiceach (nó "Ceart" mar a dtug na filí air), caighdeán le cúram amháin, i. cumadh an Dáin Dhírigh.

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