Facal 35623 Multidict W eDIL    ⇒ Coimhearsnachd
sga
caill
1
Dearbh: 1
Cànan: Sengoídelc
Gram: [n]
Fios: Nicholas Zair (Reflexes of the PIE Laryngeals in Celtic, pp. 182-183) regards the etymology of Irish caill and Welsh/Cornish celli/kelli as problematic, but suggests (per Dilts & Joseph) that they may come from a PIE *kl-n-h2- (which could develop into *callī in Brittonic and Proto-Irish). I think the Welsh and Cornish forms in -i must have an additional suffix (-īma, -īsa, et al.) not found in the Irish form. --CGwinn
IPA:
Gluas: wood, forest

Atharraichte: 2017-09-21 le 1991-cpd
Drong 5066   (ING)
sga
1
0
1
1
1
Drong 26829   (CPD)
sga
1
0
1
1
Drong 21469   (Wikt)
sga
1
1
1
1
1
Drong 25900   (Wikt)
sga
1
1
germ
1
1 ??
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Os-fhacail

sga
caille
1