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óg

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See also og, OG, and òg

Irish

Etymology

From Old Irish oac < Proto-Celtic *yowanko- (cf. Welsh ieuanc) < Proto-Indo-European *h₂yuH-nk̑-o-. cf. young, Sanskrit युवश (yuvaśa), young), Latin iuvencus (young cow)

Pronunciation

  • (Munster, Connacht) IPA: [oːɡ]
  • (Ulster) IPA: [ɔːɡ]

Adjective

óg

  1. young

Declension

First declension; forms of the positive degree:

Case Masculine singular Feminine singular Plural
Nominative óg óg óga
Vocative óig óg óga
Genitive óig óige óg
Dative óg óg
archaic óig
óga

Comparative/superlative óige

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