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===Verb===
 
===Verb===
 
'''eor''' (stative; ''infinitive'' '''{{term|īsse}}''', ''potential'' '''{{term|itor}}''', ''desiderative'' '''{{term|īrō}}''', ''perfective'' '''{{term|īvō}}''')
 
'''eor''' (stative; ''infinitive'' '''{{term|īsse}}''', ''potential'' '''{{term|itor}}''', ''desiderative'' '''{{term|īrō}}''', ''perfective'' '''{{term|īvō}}''')
# I sit, I am sitting (in early texts; in classical texts, the construction ''iudisc'' iūdus
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# I sit, I am sitting
 
# I am (of animate objects), I exist
 
# I am (of animate objects), I exist
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| '''ī''' '''-rur''' cōmer -īs rhai -īs an trav -īs cul garīn -ōna
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| '''exist''' '''-3SG.T''' house -LOC.SG small -E.LOC.SG at garden_path -LOC.SG with friend -DAT.PL
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|''''They are''' with their friends in the small house near the garden path.'}}
 
# I stay, I remain
 
# I stay, I remain
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| n -ōs osc -ō mav -and -ū '''e''' '''-or''' s[e] -īs
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| 2SG.PN -ESS Oscus -DAT.SG wander -IPFV.PTCP -ESS '''exist''' '''-1SG''' this -T.LOC.SG
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|'Whilst you search for Oscus '''I'll remain''' here.'}}
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====Usage notes====
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Originally meaning simply 'I sit,' by the classical period '''''eor''''' had transitioned to mean 'I exist' for animate objects, e.g. ''eor inderīs'' not ''**sunȥ inderīs'' 'I am in the capital.'  Inanimate living things, such as trees or grass, do not qualify for the use of '''''eor''''', nor do animate non-living things, such as the wind, or machines.
 
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Revision as of 13:18, 21 October 2019

Aeranir

Etymology

From Old Aeranir ẹ̄ōr, from Proto-Iscaric eiōr, from Proto-Maro-Ephenian *hey-.

Compare with īcun.

Pronunciation

(Old) IPA: [ˈe.ɔr]
(Classical) IPA: [ˈe.ɔr]
(Gaunine) IPA: [ˈe.ɔɾ]
(Late) IPA: [ˈjor]

Verb

eor (stative; infinitive īsse, potential itor, desiderative īrō, perfective īvō)

  1. I sit, I am sitting
  2. I am (of animate objects), I exist
    • īrur cōmerīs rhaiīs an travīs cul garīnōna

      ī

      exist

      -rur

      -3SG.T

      cōmer

      house

      -īs

      -LOC.SG

      rhai

      small

      -īs

      -E.LOC.SG

      an

      at

      trav

      garden_path

      -īs

      -LOC.SG

      cul

      with

      garīn

      friend

      -ōna

      -DAT.PL

      ī -rur cōmer -īs rhai -īs an trav -īs cul garīn -ōna

      exist -3SG.T house -LOC.SG small -E.LOC.SG at garden_path -LOC.SG with friend -DAT.PL

      'They are with their friends in the small house near the garden path.'

  1. I stay, I remain
    • nōs oscō mavandū eor sīs

      n

      2SG.PN

      -ōs

      -ESS

      osc

      Oscus

      -DAT.SG

      mav

      wander

      -and

      -IPFV.PTCP

      -ESS

      e

      exist

      -or

      -1SG

      s[e]

      this

      -īs

      -T.LOC.SG

      n -ōs osc -ō mav -and -ū e -or s[e] -īs

      2SG.PN -ESS Oscus -DAT.SG wander -IPFV.PTCP -ESS exist -1SG this -T.LOC.SG

      'Whilst you search for Oscus I'll remain here.'

Usage notes

Originally meaning simply 'I sit,' by the classical period eor had transitioned to mean 'I exist' for animate objects, e.g. eor inderīs not **sunȥ inderīs 'I am in the capital.' Inanimate living things, such as trees or grass, do not qualify for the use of eor, nor do animate non-living things, such as the wind, or machines.

Conjugation

Conjugation of eor
imperfective singular plural
first second third first second third
t. c. e.
active indicative eor īstī īrur īrra īrur īmur itis
subjunctive iestī ierur ierra ierur iemur ietis
desiderative īrō īristī īrerur īrerra īrerur īrimur īritis
potential itor itāstī itārur itārra itārur itāmur itātis
causative indicative itiȥ itin itīs ita itī itīmus itītis itiend
subjunctive itiat itian itiās itia itiae itiāmus itiātis itiand
desiderative itīrit itīrin itīris itīra itīrī itīrimus itīritis itīrend
potential issītaȥ issītan issītās issīta issītae issītāmus issītātis issītand
perfective singular plural
first second third first second third
t. c. e.
active indicative īvō īviste īvere īvera īvere īvimur īvitur
subjunctive ievō ieviste ievere ievera ievere ievimur ievitur
desiderative īruō īruiste īruere īruera īruere īruimur īruitur
potential itāvō itāviste itāvere itāvera itāvere itāvimur itāvitur
causative indicative itīvī itīvin itīvis itīva itīve itīvime itīvite itīvend
subjunctive itiāvī itiāvin itiāvis itiāva itiāve itiāvime itiāvite itiāvend
desiderative itīruī itīruin itīruis itīrua itīrue itīruime itīruite itīruend
potential issītāvī issītāvin issītāvis issītāva issītāve issītāvime issītāvite issītāvend
non-finite forms imperfective perfective
active causative active causative
infinitive accusative īsse itīγan īssī itīγī
oblique itīre itīrī
participle indicative īntus itientus itus issītus
subjunctive eantus itiantus ietus itiātus
desiderative īrentus itīrentus īritus itīritus
potential itantus issītantus issātus issītātus
verbal nouns gerund verbal noun
essive instrumental genitive dative ablative locative nominative essive
eundū eundōrun eundī eundō eundā eundīs itūs itū
imperative ia ī!

Descendants

  • Iscariano: ire
  • Ilesse: ire
  • S'entigneis: ir
  • Tevrés: ir

Anrish

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Middle Anrish, from Old Anrish err, erl, from Proto-Germanic *erlaz ("nobleman, hero")

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /eo̯r/

Noun

eor (runic:‧ᛖᚭᚱ‧)

  1. An Anrish man, a gentleman

Usage notes

The Anrish do not assign gender based on biological sex, but rather the ternary role deliberately adopted by a member of society at their coming of age. Thus, the Anrish concept of eor does not strictly refer to male sex and gender as does the term "man" in other societies.

Coordinate terms

  • ("male human") uer
  • (gender-neutral) , ("woman") ænur

Synonyms

Inflection

Declension of eor (a-stem)
Case indefinite singular indefinite plural definite singular definite plural
Common eor eorr eora eorenur
Dative eore eorá eorene eoremí
Genitive eorað eoro eoré eoreno