Difference between revisions of "Contionary:ór"

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! Case !! ''plural''
 
! Case !! ''plural''
 
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| ''Dative'' || {{{pronoun|ór}}}{{{ending|r}}}
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| ''Dative & Genitive'' || órr
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| ''Genitive'' || {{{pronoun|ór}}}{{{ending|ra}}}
 
 
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[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns|or]] [[Category:Anrish words|or]]
 
[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns|or]] [[Category:Anrish words|or]]

Latest revision as of 08:17, 2 June 2019

Anrish

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Middle Anrish and Old Anrish, under influence of Old Norse órr, from older ús, from Proto-Germanic *uns, oblique stem of *wīz ("first-person plural pronoun")

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /oːr/

Pronoun

ór (runic:‧ᚮᚱ‧)

  1. First-person exclusive pronoun; we, us
    Yru héon-ór bí nimtene.
    ᛬ᛦᚱᚢ‧ᚼᛖᚭᛌᚮᚱ‧ᛒᛁ‧ᚾᛁᛘᛏᛖᚾᛖ᛬
    We saw youse in the temple.

Related terms

  • (inclusive): ǫ

Inflection

Declension of ór
Case plural
Common ór
Dative & Genitive órr