Griffith (Aaron)

Griffith (Aaron): *-n(C)s in Celtic.
In Sprache 45/1-2 (2005), pp. 44–67.
Revises the facts exposed in K. McCone, Towards a relative chronology of ancient and medieval Celtic sound change, 1996, pp. 61 ff. and argues in favour of the following sequence of rules: 1) analogical replacement of thematic accusative plural ending *-ons by *-ōns, 2) raising of *ō, *ē > *ū, *ı̄, and 3) post-Common Celtic loss of *n before *(C)s.

Appendix: On the reading of Cambrai ar feda.

Griffith (Aaron): The effect of syncope with subsequent anaptyxis on consonant quality in Old Irish.
In Ériu 57 (2007), pp. 35–47.
Examines the quality of the Old Irish consonants on either side of the anaptyctic vowel arising in syncopated syllables of the structure CRVC and CVRC, and formulates an exception to the rules of the third palatalization.
Griffith (Aaron): The animacy hierarchy and the distribution of the notae augentes in Old Irish.
In Ériu 58 (2008), pp. 55–75.
Argues that a hierarchy governs which nota augens may appear in a verb agreeing with an infix pronoun.
Griffith (Aaron): A note on pronominal coordination in Old Irish.
In Sprache 48 (2009), pp. 66–70.
Griffith (Aaron): Varia: I. Notes on the Milan Glosses: 21b10.
In Ériu 59 (2009), pp. 153–154.
Griffith (Aaron): Varia: I. 2. Notes on the Milan Glosses: 28c17 báinfeiti.
In Ériu 59 (2009), pp. 154–157.
Griffith (Aaron): Varia: I. 3. Old Irish cré, gen. crïad and MW pridd ‘clay’.
In Ériu 59 (2009), pp. 157–158.
ad P. Schrijver, IncLing 26 (2003), pp. 59-96.
Griffith (Aaron): The Old Irish deponent suffixless preterite.
In KF 4 (2009), pp. 169–187.
Griffith (Aaron): British Celtic intervocalic *s.
Griffith (Aaron): Die Etymologie der 1. und 2. Person Singular der altirischen notae augentes.
In 5. Deutsches Keltologensymposium (2010), pp. 109–121.
Griffith (Aaron): Old Irish pronouns: agreement affixes vs. clitic arguments.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 65–93.
Argues that the infixed and suffixed pronouns are verbal agreement affixes, while interpreting the notae augentes as pronominal arguments (i.e. as the true pronouns of Old Irish).
Griffith (Aaron): The genesis of the animacy hierarchy in the Old Irish notae augentes.
In Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog (2011), pp. 182–191.
Griffith (Aaron): Non-raising before *μ in Old Irish.
In Sound of Indo-European (2012), pp. 129–144.
Griffith (Aaron): Irish suide/-side ‘the aforementioned’.
Griffith (Aaron): The decline of the Old Irish deponent.
Griffith (Aaron), Stifter (David): New and corrected ms. readings in the Milan glosses.
In ÉtC 40 (2014), pp. 53–84.
Presents some eighty cases where the reading of the MS or facsimile is different from that given in Thes.
Griffith (Aaron): Degrees of agreement in Old Irish.
In Agreement from a diachronic perspective (2015), pp. 165–187.
Griffith (Aaron): On the Old Irish third palatalisation and the 3sg. present of the copula.
In Ériu 66 (2016), pp. 39–62.
1. Introduction: the third palatalisation and proposed exceptions; 2. Miscuis ‘hatred’ and accuis ‘cause’; 3. Velarisation of consonants; 4. Other evidence: the copula; 5. Summary. In Appendix: The distribution of forms of etar ‘between’.
Griffith (Aaron), Stifter (David), Toner (Gregory): Early Irish lexicography: a research survey.
In Kratylos 63 (2018), pp. 1–28.
Griffith (Aaron), Lash (Elliott): Coordinate subjects, expletives, and the EPP in early Irish.
In JCeltL 19 (Jan., 2018), pp. 87–156.
Griffith (Aaron): Diachrony and the referential hierarchy in Old Irish.