Cognate class 1018

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Notes element -MA, connections?
Citation: Matasović, Ranko (2009) Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic. Leiden: Brill. Pages: 253 View Generally assumed to originate from Proto-Celtic *magos 'plain, field' and cognate with Welsh ma 'place', Old Breton ma 'place', Old Irish magh 'plain', and the locative copula Middle Welsh yma, Middle Breton ema 'is (in a certain place)'. Cf. also Deshayes (2003, 483).
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Middle Cornish omma 'ɔm:a here ★★ View
2 Middle Breton aman ˈãmãn here Note that Middle Breton has a threefold deictic system, including the adverbs aman 'here', va-se, aze 'there', va-hont, ahont 'yonder' (Hemon 1975, 125). ★★★ View
3 Breton amañ ˈɑ̃mɑ̃ here ★★★ View
4 Welsh yma here ★★ View
5 [Legacy] Breton St amañ ˈa.mɑ here ★★ View
6 [Legacy] Breton Se AMEN here ★★ View
7 [Legacy] Welsh C YMA here ★★ View