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Na h-eòin

The birds

The definite article used with plural nouns is the same as the feminine genitive article: na. As we saw with the feminine genitive, when this is used with a vowel, we use na h-. The gender of plural nouns does not matter, both masculine and feminine are treated the same in their plural forms:

an t-eun (m) | na h-eòin

an uinneag (f) | na h-uinneagan

an t-inneal (m) | na h-innealan

an t-ùrlar (m) | na h-ùrlaran