Difference between revisions of "Contionary:ú"

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! Case !! ''singular''
 
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| ''Dative & Genitive'' || ír
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| ''Genitive'' || {{{pronoun|í}}}{{{ending|ra}}}
 
 
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[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns|u]] [[Category:Anrish words|u]]
 
[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns|u]] [[Category:Anrish words|u]]

Latest revision as of 09:52, 2 June 2019

Anrish

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *þū, with the initial dental fricative elided by verb endings.

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /uː/

Pronoun

ú (runic:‧ᚢ‧)

  1. Second-person singular pronoun; you, thou
    Fa híe ú?
    ‧᛬ᚠᚭ‧ᚼᛁᛖ‧ᚢ᛬‧
    Who are you? ⁄ Who art thou?

Synonyms

  • (intimate register): ǽr

Inflection

Declension of ú
Case singular
Common ú
Dative & Genitive ír