Contionary:ǽr

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Anrish

Etymology

From Middle Anrish ǽðr ("each other, one another; a reciprocal pronoun"), from Old Anrish áðer, ǽðr ("second, other of two"), from Proto-Germanic *anþeraz

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /aːir/

Pronoun

ǽr (runic:‧ᛆᚱ‧)

  1. (intimate register) Self (reflexive pronoun), each other, one another (reciprocal pronoun)
    Ǽrr báune yr
    ᛬ᛆᚱᚱᛒᛆᚢᚾᛖ‧ᛦᚱ᛬
    They love one another
  2. (intimate register) Thou, you, ye (second person pronoun)
    Ǽrr báuan-yr
    ᛬ᛆᚱᚱᛒᛆᚢᚭᛌᛦᚱ᛬
    They love you (plural)

Synonyms

  • (reflexive pronoun; public register) hea
  • (second-person pronoun): ú (singular), yru (plural)

Usage notes

In the intimate register, reflexive and reciprocal meanings can be conveyed by the medio-passive voice alone, thus "They love each other" could be "Báune yr".

Inflection

Declension of ǽr
Case singular plural
Common ǽr ǽrr
Dative ǽrre ǽreme
Genitive ǽrað ǽrro