Contionary:se

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Avendonian

Pronunciation

  • (Central Avendonian) IPA(key): [se]

Etymology 1

From Proto-Germanic *saiwiz.

Noun

se m sg or m pl (plural se)

  1. sea, ocean

Etymology 2

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. The curator will update it at some point in the future.)

Pronoun

se

  1. third-person reflexive pronoun
Usage notes
  • This pronoun is used in those cases where the doer and the action are the same third-person referent, hence the difference with si. Compare the following sentences:
E se slugo. E si slugo.
He hit himself. He hit him/her/it.

Brooding

Alternative forms

Extended ASCII Form: se
Abjad ASCII Form: s

Pronunciation

(Brooding) IPA: /sɛ/

Preposition

se

  1. from, of

Silōs

Etymology

It is uncertain whether or not this word is related to the unproductive prefix se-. From Proto-Coelo-Caric *þse. Cognate with Carichendan tsira ("to write"), which reflects the survival of the root's original non-specific usage in Pre-Carichendan, because of its compound with the element -ra, presumably the same as in ranya ("book").

Pronunciation

  • (West Nova Cemella) /se/

Verb

se

  1. to depict (by specification, to write, draw, etc.)