"The elephant and the duck eat."
Translation:Itheann an eilifint agus an lacha.
Ithid is a 3rd person plural synthetic form found only in Munster. For some speakers it's a bona fide synethic form (like ithim) while for others it appears before siad alone (ithid siad instead of itheann siad). In older language it was used before plural nouns (ithid na buachaillí) but that's practically obsolete now, with the analytic itheann being the default now. Many younger speakers also have itheann siad under the influence of the Caighdeán