Contionary:si

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Avendonian

Pronunciation

(Central Avendonian) IPA(key): [si]

Etymology 1

From Proto-Germanic *sī.

Pronoun

si

  1. third-person singular feminine pronoun; she

Etymology 2?

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

Pronoun

  1. third-person singular masculine objective pronoun; him
  2. third-person singular feminine objective pronoun; her
  3. third-person singular neuter objective pronoun; it
  4. third-person plural pronoun; they
  5. third-person plural objective pronoun; them
See also
Avendonian personal pronouns
personal pronouns possessive
pronoun
subjective objective
first
person
singular eo me mede
plural vi nos nosde
second
person
singular familiar tu te tede
formal Si Side
plural i vos vosde
third
person
singular masculine e si side
feminine si
neuter et
plural si

Etymology 3

Verb

si

  1. inflection of sire:
    1. first-person singular present subjunctive
    2. third-person singular present subjunctive
    3. second-person singular present imperative

Skundavisk

Etymology 1

From Middle Skundavisk si, from Old Skundavisk , from Halmisk ᛊᛁ (), from Proto-Germanic *sī. The shortening of the original long i in Early Middle Skundavisk is due to analogy with the masculine pronoun hi.

Pronunciation

Pronoun

si

  1. she
    Si misste the tyg.
    She missed the train.

Inflection

number and gender singular plural
masculine feminine neuter all genders
1st person nominative ik wi
accusative mig uns
genitive mijn unser
dative mir uns
2nd person nominative thou ji
accusative thig jyw
genitive thijn jer
dative thir jyw
3rd person nominative hi si hit si
accusative hin hee hit hir
genitive his her his her
dative him her him him
reflexive nominative
accusative sig
genitive sijn
dative sir

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Etymology 2

From Middle Skundavisk si, sie, from Old Skundavisk siu.

Pronunciation

Pronoun

si

  1. they
    Si gingen to skoole.
    They went to school.

Inflection

number and gender singular plural
masculine feminine neuter all genders
1st person nominative ik wi
accusative mig uns
genitive mijn unser
dative mir uns
2nd person nominative thou ji
accusative thig jyw
genitive thijn jer
dative thir jyw
3rd person nominative hi si hit si
accusative hin hee hit hir
genitive his her his her
dative him her him him
reflexive nominative
accusative sig
genitive sijn
dative sir

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