Actually, the pronunciation given here corresponds only to the Munster dialect according to Teanglann.ie
Two questions: Does 'fisic' require the article 'an' or can it be used on its own as it's shown here?
And why the broad pronunciation of the 's'?
When does this word require an e at the end?
Is this genetive? Dlíthe na fisice, i.e.?
"the laws of physics" is a genitive phrase in English ("of") and Dlíthe na fisice uses the genitive of fisic.
Thanks. I'm still struggling with genitives. Learning a language in one's late 60s is extra fun.