"Tha trì coin agad."
Translation:You have three dogs.
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Tha dà chù agam. - I have two dogs.
After dà (two) you use the lenited form of cù (dog).
"Gaelic used to maintain quite a distinct 'dual' form when referring to two things only. This has broken down in many ways, but it is still important to know that two things in Gaelic are not regarded as plural. Dà (two), like aon (one), causes lenition on the noun that follows."
Tha trì coin agad. - You have three dogs
After tri etc. you use 'coin' meaning dogs.