Difference between revisions of "Contionary:ǫ"

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[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns]] [[Category:Anrish words]]
 
[[Category:Contionary]] [[Category:Anrish pronouns]] [[Category:Anrish words]]

Latest revision as of 08:05, 2 June 2019

Anrish

Etymology

From Middle Anrish oa ("us two, you and I"), from Old Anrish ók, úk ("we (dual)"), under influence of Old Norse okk, from older unk, from Proto-Germanic *unk, oblique stem of *wet ("first-person dual pronoun")

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /uʌ̯/

Pronoun

ǫ (runic:‧ᛆᚭ‧)

  1. (public register) First-person plural inclusive pronoun; we, us
    Is perrur ǫ
    ᛬ᛁᛞ‧ᛄᛖᛊᚢᚱ‧ᛆᚭ᛬
    You and I are sisters
  2. (intimate register) First-person singular pronoun; I, me
    Ǽr báu ǫ
    ᛬ᛆᚱ‧ᛒᛆᚢ‧ᛆᚭ᛬
    I love you

Synonyms

  • (first-person singular): mea

Related terms

  • (first-person plural exclusive): ór

Inflection

Case plural
Common ǫ
Dative & Genitive ǫr