H₃rḗǵs h₁n̥dʰéri diwsú
Hey, Pax. Didn't ask for your all-knowing, all-doubting opinion."Hey, Judean" works because "Judean" is an adjective, not the genitive of the country. "Hey, of Judea", wouldn't work.
"Hi, Ireland's daughter" works because the genitive "Ireland's" modifies the noun "daughter". It isn't used alone.
Na, I'm joking. Thanks. I used to refer to full nouns in the genitive
I even used to call myself "ANNAE"