Why 'sna'? what is SNA? Is it a conjunction og in and plural the? Ughh.
sna is short for ins na and is the plural for of sa (n)
Can "i" be used instead of "sna"?
i means "in" (no "the"), and it eclipses the following noun:
Oibríonn na fir i bportaigh - "The men work in bogs"
Why not san portaigh
Because portaigh is plural.
Nominative singular is portach. I'm going to try leaping to the conclusion that all nouns ending "ach" in the ns. will produce a npl. (and gs.) ending "aigh"...?