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mac na[deasaich an tùs]

What does the na in "bràthair na h-Uilleam I", "mac na Raibeart de Brus", "mòr-mòr-mac-mic na Daibhidh na Huntingdon (bràthair na h-Uilleam I" & "mac na Raibeart I" stand for? Doesn't look as either the feminine genitive article or ann an+e to me. Traditional idiom when talking (royal/noble?) ancestors? --Thrissel (talk) 20:04, 18 dhen Ghiblean 2012 (UTC)

Thrissel, thanks for looking at this article. The "na" phenomenon is no ancient custom, but rather my recent grammatical error! I'll remove them... Breckenheimer (talk) 21:30, 18 dhen Ghiblean 2012 (UTC)