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Nouns in the Irish Language

Irish has a case system as in Latin. Here are the main cases you need to know about:

Case Use
nominative The ordinary or common form of the noun when it is the subject or object of a sentence.
genitive Used when one noun directly follows another noun, a compound preposition, a quantity word, or one of a few special prepositions.
vocative Used when addressing someone.

For more information, see:

The Noun (GNAG)

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