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INDEOIN
desplte, in-, fit. See ion-, IN-. -SN, {genitive} {idem} and sometimes -NEATH, -ne, subst, suf, {generally} meaning little, petty, darling, and {also, alias} as a singulative, e, {genitive}, GAINEAMH, sand, GAINMHÍN, a grain of sand;
but {often} without diminutive value;
{often} affixed without palatalisation, e, {genitive}, TEACHÍN, TIGÍN;
BEANÍN, BINÍN;
{adjective} derivatives are -EANTA (-ish), -ÍNEACH (having many small.,.) e, {genitive} TAILEANT(D)A;
CLOIGÍNEATH. BUILGÍNEATH. GREIMHÍNEACH;
subst, suf. -ÍNEACH in names of diseases, {et cetera};
-ÍNEACHT, -ÍNTEACHT descriptive of mean or undignified behaviour, e, {genitive} DÉISTÍNTEACHT, GRAIDHÍN TEACHT, {et cetera};
it is Cognate with Lat. -inns, -ina, and vi-elsh -yn, and sometimes arises from Eng, borrowings in -en, -ing, -y or -is.;
e, {genitive} SÉIRÍN (fairing), RÚIBÍN (ruby).
INDEOIN
See AIMHDHEOIN, INDIA {genitive} {idem}, {plural} NA HINDIATHA and NA HINDIACHA {feminine}, India;
INDEOIN TOIR, Fast India;
NA HINDIACHA TOIR, the Bast Indies;
NA HINDIACHA SIAR, the IS-EST Indies;
{pronounced} INNIA, INDIATHATH. -AIGHE, {adjective} Indian;
{substantive masculine} an Indian.
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