Cognate class 1467

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Citation: Chantraine, Pierre. 1968-1980. Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue grec. Paris: ... Pages: View S.v. ἦμαρ. The earlier consonant stem ἦμαρ found in Mycenaean Greek and Homer was replaced by Attic-Ionic ἡμέρα, which had been remodelled as a feminine ā-stem noun. The aspiration found in the Attic form only (West Greek, Arcadian, Lesbian, etc. ἀμέρα) usually considered to be analogical on the basis of ἑσπέρα 'evening'.
Citation: Beekes, Robert. 2010. Etymological Dictionary of Greek. Leiden: Brill. Pages: View Reconstructs for ἦμαρ (on the basis of which Attic ἡμέρα was created) PIE *Heh₂mer-. The Armenian form awr reflects a form *amōr, which might possibly be found in the Mycenaean attestation of a-mo-ra-ma /āmōr-āmar/ 'day after day'.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Mycenaean Greek *a-ma day Possibly attested in reduplicated adverbial a-mo-ra-ma /aːmor-aːmar/ 'daily' (in KN Am 600.a). Cf. Hom. ἦμαρ, Arcadian ἆμαρ 'day' ★★ View
2 Ancient Greek ἡμέρᾱ hɛːméraː day ἡμέρᾱς ★★★ View
3 Greek μέρα ˈme̞ra day Alternative form ημέρα ★★★ View
4 Greek Lesbos MERA day ★★ View
5 Classical Armenian աւր awr day day [24 hrs]. Also 'time, age'. ★★★ View
6 Armenian Eastern օր day AF: AWR, ōr. Refers to both ‘day’ as opposed to ‘night’, and the whole day. ★★★ View
7 Armenian Western օր or day AF: AWR ★★★ View
8 [Legacy] Greek K HEMERA day ★★ View
9 [Legacy] Greek D MERA, HEMERA day ★★ View
10 [Legacy] Greek Md MERA, HEMERA day ★★ View