But it's not; "happiness is on me." It is "I am happy = tha mi toilichte. Is there a rule about when something is 'on' me and when I 'am' something?
Good point! I couldn't figure out where my confusion was coming from. Now to see what the experts say . . .
Sigh. So ... do you have the thirst? (am pathadh) - not: do you have thirst?. :-\
yes. Same goes for hunger.
I dont understand the oirribh part?
It's simply the plural of 'ort' (you) :)