Difference between revisions of "Contionary:héiur"

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# The star at the center of the Solar System, the Sun, [https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E2%98%89 ☉]
 
# The star at the center of the Solar System, the Sun, [https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E2%98%89 ☉]
#:''Is '''héiura''' ǫra leoxa tonuro''
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#:''Is '''héiur''' leoxa tonuro ǫr''
#:''᛬ᛁᛞ'''‧ᚼᛖᛁᚢᚱᚭ‧'''ᛆᚭᚱᚭ‧ᛚᛖᚭᚻᛞᚭ‧ᛏᚮᚾᚢᚱᚮ᛬''
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#:''᛬ᛁᛞ'''‧ᚼᛖᛁᚢᚱᚭ‧'''ᛚᛖᚭᚻᛞᚭ‧ᛏᚮᚾᚢᚱᚮ‧ᛆᚭᚱ᛬''
 
#:: ''The '''Sun''' is our star''
 
#:: ''The '''Sun''' is our star''
 
# (''synecdoche'') The Goddess of the Sun, {{cd|Brygnt}}
 
# (''synecdoche'') The Goddess of the Sun, {{cd|Brygnt}}

Latest revision as of 08:06, 2 June 2019

Anrish

Etymology

From Middle Anrish théyur, théyl, from Old Anrish sœ́yl, from Proto-Germanic *sōwilō, from Proto-Indo-European *sóh₂wl̩

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /ˈheːi̯ur/

Noun

héiur (runic:‧ᚼᛖᛁᚢᚱ‧)

  1. The star at the center of the Solar System, the Sun,
    Is héiur leoxa tonuro ǫr
    ᛬ᛁᛞ‧ᚼᛖᛁᚢᚱᚭ‧ᛚᛖᚭᚻᛞᚭ‧ᛏᚮᚾᚢᚱᚮ‧ᛆᚭᚱ᛬
    The Sun is our star
  2. (synecdoche) The Goddess of the Sun, Brygnt
    Hlúeta Héiuré
    ᛬ᚹᚢᛖᛏᚭ‧ᚼᛖᛁᚢᚱᛖᛌ᛬
    The mystery cult of the Sun (Goddess)

Usage notes

Capitalised when referring to the Goddess.

Inflection

Declension of héiur (a-stem)
Case indefinite singular indefinite plural definite singular definite plural
Common héiur héiurr héiura héiurenur
Dative héiure héiurá héiurene héiuremí
Genitive héiurað héiuro héiuré héiureno