Cognate class 1046

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Notes HENT is cogn. with 'sing' in /cognate/293/
Citation: Matasović, Ranko (2009) Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic. Leiden: Brill. Pages: 330 View From Proto-Celtic *sentu- 'path', cf. PIE *sent- 'head for, go' (IEW 908).
Citation: LIV² - Lexikon der Indogermanischen Verben (2e Auf.). 2001. Wiesbaden: ... Pages: 533 View PIE *sent- 'to go' >> 'to perceive' LIV 533 (NOT cognate with *sengʷʰ- 'to sing, to announce' LIV 532)
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Gaulish sentu- road Reconstructed form, based on attestations in place names and male names. ★★ View
2 Old Irish sét sʹe:d road < IE *sentu-, root *sent- 'to reach; way'. ★★★ View
3 Middle Cornish hens road ★★★ View
4 Old Breton hint road ★★★ View
5 Middle Breton hent, ent ˈhent, ˈent road ★★★ View
6 Breton hent ˈhent, ˈent road ★★★ View
7 Old Welsh hynt road Middle Welsh. ★★★ View
8 Welsh hynt road ★★★ View
9 Irish séad road ★★★ View
10 [Legacy] Breton St hent hɛ̃nd road ★★★ View
11 [Legacy] Breton Se HENT road ★★ View