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chuaigh

Irish

Etymology

From Old Irish do·choïd.

Pronunciation

  • (Munster) IPA: [xuə] (before a subject pronoun), [xuəɟ] (elsewhere)
  • (Galway) IPA: [xuə]
  • (Mayo) IPA: [fuə] (before a subject pronoun), [fuəj] (elsewhere)
  • (Donegal) IPA: [xuə] (before a subject pronoun), [xuəj] (elsewhere)

Verb form

chuaigh

  1. Past independent analytic of téigh.
    went

Usage notes

Used with a noun or pronoun (in the standard language, , , , , sibh, siad or their emphatic equivalents) as the subject.

Related terms

  • chuas (1st person sing. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuais (2d person sing. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuamar (1st person pl. synthetic)
  • chuabhar (2d person pl. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuadar (3d person pl. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • chuathas (autonomous)
  • deachaigh (dependent)

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