"I am William."
Translation:Is mise Uilleam.
August 31, 2020
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And Uilleam and Uilleim are two different grammatical forms of the name.
- Uilleam is the common nominative-dative-accusative case, used when speaking directly about William, what he does or what happens to him,
- Uilleim is the vocative case used when you speak to William, when you address him directly; and also it is the genitive case stating possession (so eg. William’s house would be taigh Uilleim).