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’S aithne dhomh Eilidh
I am acquainted with Helen
Aithne means acquaintance / familiarity / knowledge / recognition and it is normally paired up with the preposition do (to or for).
You might want to talk about who other people know. Let’s recap the prepositional pronouns for do (to / for).
|dhomh||to / for me||dhòmhsa||to / for me|
|dhut||to / for you||dhutsa||to / for you|
|dha||to / for him / it||dhàsan||to / for him / it|
|dhi||to / for her / it||dhìse||to / for her / it|
|dhuinn||to / for us||dhuinne||to / for us|
|dhuibh||to / for you||dhuibhse||to / for you|
|dhaibh||to / for them||dhaibhsan||to / for them|
This gives us loads of sentences:
An aithne dha Calum?
Is he acquainted with Malcolm?
Nach aithne dhi Calum?
Is she not acquainted with Malcolm?
’S aithne dhuinn Calum
We are acquainted with Malcolm
Chan aithne dhuibh Calum
You are not acquainted with Malcolm
’S aithne dhaibh Calum
They are acquainted with Malcolm