Contionary:an

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Aeranir

Etymology

From Old Aeranir an, from Proto-Iscaric *an, from Proto-Maro-Ephenian *ħen- ("near, nearby; next to").

Pronunciation

(Old) IPA: [an]
(Classical) IPA:[ãː]
(Gaunine) IPA: [ãɴ]
(Late) IPA: [an]

Preposition

an

  1. (with essive) as for, as to, pertaining to
  2. (with dative) to, towards, at, for, for the purpose of
  3. (with ablative) depending on, relying on, as
  4. (with locative) near, nearby, next to, close to, around

Usage notes

Often used as a prefix for verbs.

The spelling of the prefix changes in some situations:

  • Before p or m, it becomes am.
  • Before l or r it becomes al or ar respectively.
  • Before cn and sometimes n and ñ, it becomes ac (pronounced [ãŋ]).
  • Before other cases of ñ, it becomes .
  • Before f, s, or h, it becomes ān (pronounced [ãː]).

Skundavisk

Etymology

From Middle Skundavisk an, from Old Skundavisk an, from Halmisk ᚨᚾ (an), from Proto-Germanic *ana.

Pronunciation

Preposition

an

  1. on, upon
    Ik hørde hit an strålesending.
    I heard it on the radio.

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