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D. Gary Miller (2004). The origin of the Welsh conjugated infinitive.

URL: http://www.benjamins.nl/jbp/series/DIA/21-2/art/0003a.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2752&langcode=wlm (2021-09-16).

 

Example #1:

    dyro             di    imi y diot (C&O 816)
    give.impv.2sg thou to.me to take.out
    "give it to me to take out" ( J&J 123)
Example #2:

    dyro             di    ui idaw (Pw. 330f.)
    give.impv.2sg thou me to.him
    "bestow me upon him" ( J&J 13)
Example #3:

    uyn dyuot (C&O 39)
    my come.nonfin
    "my coming; the fact that I have come"
Example #4:

    ryd yw y-pawb eu             llad (Laws V 32b 18f. p. 80)
    free is to-all their slay.nonfin
    "it is free to all to slay them" (p. 225)
Example #5:

    a. heb       dylyu         dim      idaw (Laws W 88b 7 p. 110)
    without owe.nonfin anything to.him
    "without owing anything to him"
Example #6:

    b. mab a      anet                   idi (Br. 210f.)
    son ptc be.born.pret.impers to.her
    "a son was born to her"
Example #7:

    a. mab a        anet                    idaw ef (Pw. 461)
    son ptc be.born.pret.impe       rs to.him he/him
    "a son was born to him" ( J&J   18)
Example #8:

    wy           attal        y      mab gantunt (Pw. 576f.)
    they/them keep.nonfin the        boy with.them
    "he told her it was not right    for them to keep the boy with them"
Example #9:

    a. amser a     doeth             y uynet        y gyscu      (Pw. 426f.)
    time ptc come.pret.3sg to go.nonfin to sleep.             nonfin
    "time came to go to sleep" ( J&J 16)
Example #10:

    gyscu (Pw. 93)
    sleep.nonfin
    "time came for them to go to sleep" ( J&J 6)
Example #11:

    ny frwytha ymi y adef                          y neb (Math. 68.2f.)
    not avails to.me to admit.nonfin to anyone
    "it is useless for me to admit to any" ( J&J 55)
Example #12:

    nyt reit          iti       hynny (C&O 40)
    not necessity to.you that
    "that is not necessary for you (to say)"
Example #13:

    hanuod, herwyd             ymlad, uynet (Br. 176f.)
    will       because of fighting go.nonfin
    fighting power" ( J&J 30)
Example #14:

    itti     y     mae        iawn mynet          y     geissaw (C&O 841f.)
    to.you ptc copula right go.nonfin to.his seek.nonfin
    "toyou it is right to gotoseek him"
Example #15:

    idaw (V 8b 14 p. 20)
    to.him
    "let him sound his horn when it shall be right for him" (p. 164)
Example #16:

    b. iawn yw             idaw kaffel           croen buch (V 8b 17 p. 20)
    right be.pr.3sg to.him get.nonfin skin cow
    "it is right for him to have the skin of a cow" (p. 165)
Example #17:

    a. erchi         idi    mynet        y gysgu           at y gwr
    ask.nonfin to.her go.nonfin to sleep.nonfin to her man
    "bidding her go to her husband to sleep" (p. 277)
Example #18:

    idaw (Pw. 559)
    to.him
    "I will permit thee to give it him" ( J&J 21)
Example #19:

    benelinyaw (Math. 74.4f.)
    recline.nonfin
    "and bade a place be prepared for him to recline" ( J&J 60)
Example #20:

    c. a      minheu a      baraf           idaw ef uynet (Pw. 347)
    and I.conj ptc cause.pr.1sg to.him he go.nonfin
    "andIwill makehim go" ( J&J 14)
Example #21:

    di (Pw. 595f.)
    you
    "I do not think any one of these will go upon thy back" ( J&J 22)
Example #22:

    amdanaw (Br. 419f.)
    around.him
    "Caswallon had clothed himself in a magic cloak" (David Willis, p.c.)
Example #23:

    (23) a.    a    minheu a     baraf       idaw ef       uynet (= 17c)
    and I.conj ptc cause.pr.1sg to.him prn.3sgm go.nonfin
    "andIwill makehim go" ( J&J 14)
Example #24:

    (24) a.   nat oed iawn udunt wy attal                    y mab (= 10b)
    neg was right to.them they keep.nonfin the boy
    "Itwas notright forthem tokeep theboy"
Example #25:

    b. nyt reit        idaw arhos              nawuetdyd        (Laws W 64a
    not necessity to.him await.nonfin ninth.day                 15f. p. 61)
    "It is not necessary for him to await a ninth day" (p. 210)