Contionary:ǫ

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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