What are the Celtic words for 'my'?

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Irish: mo
Scottish Gaelic: mo
Welsh: fy



In Celtic languages "my" usually changes the first letter of the next word;
in Irish "my son" would be "mo mhac"; mac being the unmodified root word.
This would not apply if the first letter is a vowel.
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