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demons. pron. and adj, ‘that’ 3.3n, 5.7, etc.; after prep. or prep. pron. 3 sg. or pl., ag sin 3.3, air sin 43.21, as sin 13.20, chuige sin 43.22, dó sin 25.11, lais sin 51.13, maille ris sin 23.19, mar sin 12.21, ó sin 43.4, riú sin 52.1-2, tríd sin 23.5, uime sin 19.19; in sentences of identification, e.g. Cía híad sin? 15.2, is an-neart sin 47.11, is sé sin lé a rádh 49.5; see Introduction, pp. 26-8

Aibidil Gaoidheilge & Caiticiosma: Seaán Ó Cearnaigh's Irish primer of religion, published in 1571. Editor: Brian Ó Cuív.

sin, sein, sain, soin demonstrative that: (i) stressed; sein 1279, soin 75, sein 645; (ii) unstressed; sin 1036, an t-aimsin 1928, cúisin 1979.

Duanaire Mhéig Uidhir: The poembook of Cú Chonnacht Mág Uidhir, Lord of Fermanagh 1566-1589. Editor: David Greene. Translator: David Greene.

that, those (a) demonst. pron., adubhradar sin, 151; after prep., mar sin, 79; ó shin, 971 (ó shoin, 75, 413, etc.); very common in apposition to pron. air sin, 382; leis sin, 364; a bhfulang sin, ‘the endurance of those things,’ 6218; (b) demonst. adj. (enclitic), after subst. defined by art., 125, after attrib. adj., 54; after broad endings genly. soin, 243, 453, etc.

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.