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Cognate class 1028

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Notes see /cognate/929/
Citation: Pokorny, Julius (1994) Indogermanisches etymologisches Woerterbuch. Tuebingen: Francke. Pages: 1127 View Welsh gwedd etc. from PIE *u̯idā 'sight, aspect', root *u̯ei̯d- 'to see'.
Citation: Deshayes, Albert. 2003: Dictionnaire étymologique du breton. Douarnenez, chasse-marée. Pages: 287 View Breton gourvez has cognates in Cornish and Welsh. Verb related to the noun gourwez m., compound of gour- < *upor- and Breton gwez, Corn. gweth, W gwedd 'aspect, form'.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Middle Cornish gorwedha gɔr'wɛða lie ★★★ View
2 Old Breton gouruez lie ★★★ View
3 Middle Breton bezaff gouruezet, gourvezet ˈbeðaṽ gurˈveːðet lie Light-verb construction (bezaff 'to be' + PPP gourvezet). There are only few ex. im Middle Breton, cf. pan vez e-n bez gouruezet 'when he/she lays in the grave' Pm. n. 235. gourvezet is the PPP of the verb gourvez 'to lay down (oneself), to go to bed'. ★★★ View
4 Breton bezañ en e c'hourvez/bezañ gourvezet ˈbeːzã en e ˈxurves/ˈbeːzã gurˈveːzet lie Light-verb constructions. 1. bezañ 'to be' + e 'in' + POSS. + gouvez: lit. "to be in one's lying position". The possessive agrees with the subject, e.g. bezañ en e c'hourvez 'he / it is lying'. 2. bezañ + PPP gouvezet:'to be laid down, to be lying'. The verb gouvez(añ) means 'to lay down (transitive/reflexive), to collapse'. According to Favereau it is used locally only for animals. ★★★ View
5 Old Welsh gorwed lie Middle Welsh. ★★★ View
6 Welsh gorwedd lie ★★★ View
7 [Legacy] Breton St gourvez(et) 'gurvɛs lie ★★★ View
8 [Legacy] Breton Se GOURVE lie ★★ View
9 [Legacy] Welsh C GORWEDD lie ★★ View