I loth grinth = The pink flower. Crinth as the adjective follows the noun and mutates with soft mutation. I luin adh i 'wath adh i chemmaid dholl = The blue and the dim and the dark cloths. 'Blue' and 'dim' are acting as nouns. The only adjective is doll = dark, which follows hammad = cloth (hemmaid = cloths), modifying it to be 'dim cloths', and mutates with soft mutation. Perhaps it was a bad choice of example as it's a line from a poem? I'll put it on the list to make a new one for how to use 'adh'.