Contionary:fæ

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Anrish

Etymology

From Middle Anrish hvæ, from Old Anrish hƿat, from Proto-Germanic *hwat

Pronunciation

(Anrish) IPA: /fai̯/

Pronoun

(runic:‧ᚠᛆ‧)

  1. Inanimate interrogative pronoun; what
    híe jà?
    ‧᛬ᚠᛆ‧ᚼᛁᛖ‧ᚾᛆ᛬‧
    What is that?

Inflection

Case singular plural
Common fa ⁄ fæ far
Dative fere fame
Genitive feð fero

Related terms

  • (animate interrogative): fa

Nanyse

Alternative Forms

ϧω (Dumun script)

Etymology

From the Akkadian word , a prefix used to create a third person, personal pronoun, and the Sumerian word ái, meaning thing or person.

Pronunciation

  • (Nanyse Proper) IPA: /fɛɪ/
  • (Kote Dialect) IPA: /vʌɪ/
  • (Jara Dialect) IPA: /fɛɪ/
  • (Yrem Dialect) IPA: /ðaɪ/

Pronoun

a (plural: fæz; fæza; fæfæ)

  1. Third person singular personal pronoun
  2. Specifies grammatical person (he, she, it, him, or her)

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