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Ii) Adjectives in the equative and comparative degree, teced, cryfach, e t c , § 44. , gweladwy, euraid, prennaidd, gwlatgar, derwin, myglyd, oerllyd. , caredigion, nefolion, cyfoeíhogion, anffodusion. These plurals are used mostly as nouns, or else preceding nouns:^ cyfoethogion, nefolion leoedd. (Formerly they could be used after nouns, as in gwŷr boneddigion for the modern gwỳr bonheddig). , canolig, pigog, swynol, hapus. (iv) Compound adjectives such as hirben, gwynlliw, prydlon, hyglyw,hyfryd, melynwallt.
Chwi, sydd wrth y drws, a ydych yn clywed? e. the conjunctive forms): Daeth Dafydd yntau ir dref ^David too came to the town'; Caiff y plant hwythau ddyfod 'The children too will be allowed to come'; Collwyd llyfrau'r ferch hithau 'The girl's books were lost also'. (vii) After uninflected prepositions, or after conjunctions (§§ 195, 228): gyda mi 'with me'; ewch â mi 'take me (go with me)'; wedi hwy 'after them'; fy mrawd a minnau/finnau 'my brother and I'; chwi neu ni 'you or we'; ai tydi ai dy frawd 'whether you or your brother'; ai'ch mam neu ynteu chwi 'either your mother or (else) you'.
Xli. 27) is an archaism, as saith at one time was followed by the nasal of b and d in other words. Naw, Deg, Deuddeg, Pymtheg, Deunaw, Ugain, Can: No mutation except of blynedd, blwydd, diwrnod—nasal as above. , naw mlynedd, deng mlynedd, deng mlwydd, canmlwydd, can mlynedd, deng milltir, pymtheng munud. As well as deng niwrnod one often hears deg diwrnod. Deng sometimes occurs before vowels: deng ewin, deng awr; but also, deg ewin and deg awr are heard. ' ( E . O . BE 19) PRONOUNS 45 'Death took avvay his fifteen tongues; (he is) now below, without any tongue'.