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===Verb===
 
===Verb===
'''''caiehan''''' (intransitive; indicative <u>''caīs''</u>, potential <u>''caestās''</u>, desiderative <u>''caesis''</u>, perfective <u>''caevis''</u>)
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'''''caïhan''''' (intransitive; indicative <u>''caīs''</u>, potential <u>''caestās''</u>, desiderative <u>''caesis''</u>, perfective <u>''caevis''</u>)
 
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<li> (result verb) to cut, smash, tear, or break into frayed or jagged pieces
 
<li> (result verb) to cut, smash, tear, or break into frayed or jagged pieces

Latest revision as of 20:01, 7 March 2020

Aeranir

Etymology

From Proto-Iscaric *kaizjeɣām, from Proto-Maro-Ephenian *ḱr₂ei̯s-.

The perfective stem caervis is found in older inscriptions, but was reformed to match the other forms lacking r.

Pronunciation

  • (Classical, c. 1900 BCA) IPA: /ˈkajːiɦan/ [ˈkajːɪʕãˑ]
  • (Late, c. 1300 BCA) IPA: /ˈkajːeɦan/ [ˈkaɟːea]

Verb

caïhan (intransitive; indicative caīs, potential caestās, desiderative caesis, perfective caevis)

  1. (result verb) to cut, smash, tear, or break into frayed or jagged pieces