IELex

Cognate class 1161

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Notes IE *aig- 'to move vividly, swing' (Walde 1930: 1.11)
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Old Church Slavonic играти iɡrɑti play In the Canon it seems to be attested only in the meaning 'to have fun, to entertain. However, the meaning 'to play a game' is attested in younger texts. ★★★ View
2 Serbo-Croatian igrati ˈîɡrati play ★★ View
3 Bulgarian играя iˈɡrajə play ★★ View
4 Macedonian игра ˈiɡra play ★★ View
5 Russian играть i'gratʲ play ★★ View
6 Polish grać gratɕ play Meaning: 'to play a game, sport ('grać w'), or a musical instrument ('grać na'). ★★ View
7 Ukrainian грати ˈɦratɪ play Meaning: 'to play an instrument, to play a game'. In the meaning 'to play like children' a reflexive form 'гратися' from the same root is mainly used. ★★ View
8 Slovak hrať ɦrac play In some contexts a reflexive form 'hrať sa' is used. ★★ View
9 Czech hrát ɦraːt play In some contextes a form 'hrat *si*' is used. ★★ View
10 Sorbian Upper hrać ʀatʃ play 'to play a game, to play a musical instrument'. For the meaning like in 'The children are playing...' a derivative 'hrajkać sej' with the same root is used. ★★ View
11 Sorbian Lower graś ɡraɕ play In some contexts (when speaking about children) derivatives 'grajkaś, grajkotaś' can be used. ★★ View
12 Slovenian igrati iˈɡrǎːti play ★★ View
13 [Legacy] Serbocroatian IGRATI SE play ★★ View
14 [Legacy] Serbian igrati îɡrati play ★★★ View
15 [Legacy] Bulgarian P IGRAJA play ★★ View
16 [Legacy] Macedonian IGRA play ★★ View
17 [Legacy] Russian P IGRAT play ★★ View
18 [Legacy] Polish P GRAC play ★★ View
19 [Legacy] Ukrainian P HRATY play ★★ View
20 [Legacy] Czech E HRAT play ★★ View
21 [Legacy] Slovak P HRAT play ★★ View
22 [Legacy] Czech P HRATI play ★★ View
23 [Legacy] Slovenian SE JGRAT play ★★ View