50 Ainmfhocail a criochnionn le "-lann"

Fifty nouns that end in -lann

Phonetics: Uses words or word parts that rhyme with the Irish syllables.

Pronounce ain as in pain and lan as in lan(d). The letters in brackets, as you can see, are not pronounced. Most of the following nouns are feminine of the second declention except for a few at the end..

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Phonetics

abhlann Wafer, host    

owl lan(d)

 an abhlann na habhlainne na habhlanna na n-abhlann  
amharclann theatre    ow arc lan(d)
 an amharclannna hamharclainne na hamharclannana n-amharclann 
aoslann old age home    ace lan(d)
 an aoslannna haoslainne na haoslannana n-aoslann 
áraslanncondominium    or us lan(d)
  an áraslannna háraslainne na háraslannana n-áraslann 
armlann armory    arm lan(d)
  an armlannna harmlainne na harmlannana n-armlann 
bialannrestaurant    be a lan(d)
  an bhialannna bialainne na bialanna na mbialann  
beachlann apiary       bach lan(d)n
  an bheachlann na beachlainne na beachlanna na mbeachlann  
carrostlann motel    car (h)ost lan(d)
 an charrostlannna carostlainne na carrostlanna na gcarrostlann  
cartlann archives    cart lan(d)
 an chartlannna cartlainne na cartlanna na gcartlann  
ceardlann workshop       card lan(d)
  an cheárdlann na ceárdlainne Na ceárdlanna na gceárdlann  
clann children       klon(dike)
  an chlann na clainne na clanna na gclann  
clólann print works       clo(ne) lan(d)
  an chlólann na clólainne na clólanna na gclólann  
cógaslann pharmacy       co guss lan(d)
  an chogaslann na cogaslainne na gcogaslann na gcogaslann  
comhlann contest       colon
  an chomhlann na comhlainne na comhlanna na gcomhlann  
corlann choir of church     core lan(d)
       
cothabhálann maint  garage        
           
dánlann art gallery       dawn lan(d)
  an dánlann na dánlainne na dánlanna na n-dánlann  
deochlann Pub       chuck lan(d)
  an deochlann na deochlainne na deochlanna na ndeochlann  
dialann diary       gee uh lan(d)
           
dilleachlann orphanage       dill lock lan(d)
  an dilleachlann na dilleachlainne na dilleachlanna Na n-dilleachlann  
drioglann distillery       drug lan(d)
  an dhrioglann na drioglainne na drioglanna na ndrioglann  
drólann colon (med)       dro(ve) lan(d)
  an drólann na drólainne na drólanna na drólann  
druglann drugstore       drug lan(d)
  an druglann na druglainne na druglanna na n-druglann  
drúthlann brothel       drew lan(d)
  an drúthlann na drúthlainne na drúthlanna na n-drúthlann  
éanlann aviary       (p)ain lan(d)
  an éanlann na héanlainne na héanlanna na n-éanlann  
feithealann waiting room        
  an fheithealann na feitheainne na feithhealanna na feithealann  
gealtlann Lunatic asylum        
           
gorlann hatchery       gore lan(d)
  an ghorlann na gorlainne na gorlanna na ngorlann  
gríosclann grill       greese lan(d)
  an ghríosclann na gríosclainne na gríosclanna na gríosclann  
grúdlann brewery       grew +d lan(d)
  an ghrúdlann na grúdlainne na grúdlanna na ngrúdlann  
iarsmalann museum        
           
Íoclann dispensary        
           
lann plate       lan(d)
  na lainne na lanna na lanna na lann  
leabharlann library       y+(sh)ower lan
  an leabharlann na leabharlainne na leabharlanna Na leabharlann  
líonolann Lint       lean ole lan(d)
  an líonolann na línolainne na línolanna na línolann  
longlann dock yard       long lan(d)
  an longlann na longlainne na longlanna na longlann  
marbhlann morgue       marv(el) lan(d)
  an mharbhlann na marbhlainne na marbhlanna na marbhlann  
marglann Mart       marr glan(d)
  an mharglannna marglainne na marglanna na marglann  
naiolann nursery       knee lan(d)
  an naiolann na naiolainne na naiolanna na naiolann  
neachtlann laundry       knocked lan(d)
  an neachtlann na neachtlainne na neachtlanna na neachtlann  
obrádlann operating room       up broad lan(d)
  an obrádlann na hobrádlainne na hobrádlanna na n-obrádlann  
otharlann infirmary       bu(t) her lan(d)
  an otharlann na hotharlainne na hotharlanna na n-otharlann  
olann wool        
  an olann na holainne na holna na holna  
óstlann Hotel       (h)ost lan(d)
  àn óstlann na hóstlainne na hóstlanna na n-óstlann  
pictiuirlann cinema       picture lan(d)
  an phictiúrlann na pictiúrlainne na pictiúirlanna na bpictiúrlann  
pileárlann gun magazine       piller lan(d)
  an philearlann na pilearlainne na pilearlanna na bpilearlann  
readlann observatory       red lan(d)
  an readlann na readlainne na readlanna na readlann  
sadhlann silo       sa(d) lan(d)
  an sadhlann na sadhlainne na sadhlanna na sadhlann  
saotharlann laboratory     see her lan(d) deer lan(d)
  an saotharlann na saotharlainne na saotharlanna na saotharlann  
scaglann refinery        
           
tallann talent, gift       talen(t)
           
uachtarlann creamery     wok tar lan(d) wok tur(d) lan
  an uachtarlann na huachtarlainne na uactarlanna na n-uactarlann  

Masculine nouns that end in -lann

anlann m1 sauce     on lan(d) on lan(d)
  an t-anlann an anlainn na hanlainn na n-anlann  
muileann Mill     mill lan(d) mill lan(d)
  an muileann na mhuilinn na muilne na muilne  
  The nouns above are all female of the second declention except for the last two which are masculine of the first declention 
The -lann nouns have weak plurals  A weak plural does not have the same ending in nominative and genitive plural 
If you know how to decline one of these -lann words, you know how to decline them all 
To make the nominative singular form with the article, lenite the initial consonant where possible 
To make the genetive singular form, simply make the ending slender and add an "e" to the end of the nominative form: bialann becomes bialainne 
To make the nominative plural, add an 'a' to the end of the nominative singular form: bialann becomes bialanna 
To make the genitive plural form, do nothing to the nominative singular form  They are the same: bialann remains bialann 
 
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