I might have missed it earlier in the lesson, but is 'romhat' a second person conjugation?
and here is a complete list of the irish preposition conjugations
I can see this becoming very useful :)
tl;dr: Yes, I'm pretty sure.
Conjugation is technically the wrong word (since only verbs are conjugated and roimh is a preposition), but yes, "romhat" means "at your (singular) front", as far as I understand.
Yes, correct. Romhat is the second person singular form of the preposition Roimh = before, meaning "before you". Literally: "Water is before you"