THe 2 forms I give are both the genitive plural.
“Cláracha” isn’t the standard genitive plural, as far as I know, but it’s used in several dialects.
Really? Are you sure about this? I would have thought “cláracha cailiúla” was the nominative plural (which has in many cases replaced the genitive plural in contemporary language) … I agree with you that “cláracha” could be both nominative and genitive, but wouldn’t the genitive plural invariably have to be “cailiúil” (not “cailiúla”)? Sorry if I’m asking a silly question here, the genitive plural has always been a grey area to me.