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P
(PEITH. dwarf elder), the fourteenth letter of the modern Irish alphabet, does not survive from INDO-EUROPEAN forms in Irish or -..I-ELSHI e, {genitive}, ÚR, W. ir, Lat, pur-us;
welsh later developed P initials from Celtic...-, which became {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} in Irisb, e, {genitive}, is-. pan, ir. CEANN;
it is therefore generally of secondary origin in Irish, either as the initial of words formed from Lat., I.velsh or English, or from Irish words in {feminine} or {Regional: the Barony};
early tribe names however are PARTRAIGHÉ and PAPRAIGHE;
some words borrowed from Latin through wielsh, e, {genitive}, pascha, CÁISC here had the initial changed on the analogy of native words;
{confer} PADHRAIG, CATHSAIGHC (COTHRAIGHC), both said to be from patricius;
note {also, alias} FAIRCHC, PAIRCHE, Lat, parochia;
p arises internally from CH and TH. as in TIMCHEALL TIMPCALL, IOMCHAR IOINPAS. TIMTHIREACHT TIMPIREACHT, CUMTHA CUMPA;
LCABA LEABTHA LEAPA : {confer} CRUIMHTHCAR (Lid, prebiter, Contr.) and Cell Chruimthir, now KILCRUMPER;
it sometimes interchanges with {Regional: the Barony} and {feminine} and Lat, names, {et cetera} in ph give p or {singular} e, {genitive}.
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