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'''æt''' (''runic:'''‧ᛆᛏ‧''''')
 
'''æt''' (''runic:'''‧ᛆᛏ‧''''')
 
# A male parent of a child, father
 
# A male parent of a child, father
#: ''Fané híe era '''æto'''?''
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#: ''Far híe era '''æto'''?''
#: ''‧᛬ᚠᚭᚾᛖᛌ‧ᚼᛁᛖ‧ᛖᚱᚭ'''‧ᛆᛏᚮ᛬‧'''''
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#: ''‧᛬ᚠᚭᚱ‧ᚼᛁᛖ‧ᛖᚱᚭ'''‧ᛆᛏᚮ᛬‧'''''
 
#:: ''Where is their '''father'''?''
 
#:: ''Where is their '''father'''?''
 
====Synonyms====
 
====Synonyms====

Revision as of 15:39, 5 May 2019

Anrish

Etymology

From Middle Anrish, from Old Anrish att, from Proto-Germanic *attô

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /ai̯d/

Noun

æt (runic:‧ᛆᛏ‧)

  1. A male parent of a child, father
    Far híe era æto?
    ‧᛬ᚠᚭᚱ‧ᚼᛁᛖ‧ᛖᚱᚭ‧ᛆᛏᚮ᛬‧
    Where is their father?

Synonyms

  • (intimate register) dat

Coordinate terms

Inflection

Declension of æt (a-stem)
Case indefinite singular indefinite plural definite singular definite plural
Common æt ætar æta ætenur
Dative æte ætá ætene ætemí
Genitive æz æto æté æteno