IELex

Cognate class 2377

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Notes IE *ya- and *ei- 'to go', cognate with Lat. ire (Buck 1949: 693, Walde 1930: 1.102), cf. /lexeme/20167/
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Hittite iyatta walk 'go' ★★★ View
2 Tocharian A yäṣ walk 'go' ★★★ View
3 Tocharian B yaṃ walk 'go' ★★★ View
4 Marwari jā walk ‘go’ jā, AF jaɳo View
5 Old Church Slavonic ити iti walk X View
6 Serbo-Croatian ići ˈǐtɕi walk X View
7 Polish iść iɕtɕ walk Also 'to go'. Unidirectional verb. X View
8 Belarusian ісці isʲˈtsʲi walk Also 'to go'. Unidirectional verb. X View
9 Ukrainian іти iˈtɪ walk Also 'to go'. Unidirectional verb. Depending on the phonetic context an alternative phonetic form 'йти' is used. X View
10 Slovak ísť iːsc walk Also 'to go'. Unidirectional verb. X View
11 Czech jít jiːt walk Also 'to go'. Unidirectional verb. X View
12 Sorbian Upper hić hitʃ walk Unidirectional verb (the opposition between uni- and multidirectional verbs of motion is not consequently preserved it the contemporary Upper Sorbian, though). X View
13 Sorbian Lower hyś hɘ̟ɕ walk Unidirectional verb (the opposition between uni- and multidirectional verbs of motion is not consequently preserved it the contemporary Lower Sorbian, though). X View
14 Slovenian iti ˈǐːti walk X View
15 Latvian iêt walk split from DKB ★★★ View
16 [Legacy] Russian P ITTI walk ★★★ View
17 [Legacy] Polish P ISC walk ★★★ View
18 [Legacy] Byelorussian P ISCI walk ★★★ View
19 [Legacy] Ukrainian P ITY walk ★★★ View
20 [Legacy] Slovak P IST walk ★★★ View
21 [Legacy] Czech P JITI walk ★★★ View