Cognate class 2535

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Notes IE *(he)n, (h)eni; maybe ultimately cognate with 'at' in /cognate/2540/, but diverging views in literature, comp. also /cognate/2754/, e.g. ModE. IN.
Citation: LIPP (Vol. 2) = Dunkel, George E. (2014). Lexikon der ... Pages: 221-236 View
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Ancient Greek ἐν en at EXCLUDE. ★★★ View
2 Old Church Slavonic въ vʊ̆ at ★★★ View
3 Serbo-Croatian u u at ★★★ View
4 Bulgarian в(ъв) v(ɤf) at ★★★ View
5 Macedonian во at ★★★ View
6 Russian в v at split from DKB ★★★ View
7 Polish w(e) v(ɛ) at 'in' ★★★ View
8 Belarusian у u at 'in'. Depending on the context alternative phonetic forms 'ў, ва, ува' are used (to some extent the choice is orthographic too). In the local meaning with the Locative case all this forms are cognates of *vъ. Do not mix it with another, different preposition *u! ★★★ View
9 Ukrainian в ʋ at 'in'. Depending on the phonetic context an alternative phonetic form 'у' is used. ★★★ View
10 Slovak v(o) v(ɔ) at ★★★ View
11 Czech v(e) v(ɛ) at ★★★ View
12 Sorbian Upper w(e) w(ɛ) at ★★★ View
13 Sorbian Lower w(e) w(ɛ) at ★★★ View
14 Slovenian v v at ★★★ View
15 Portuguese em ɐ̃j at split from DKB ★★ View
16 Middle Breton e, en(n), i, in e, en, i, in at ★★★ View
17 Breton e(n) e, en at ★★★ View
18 Welsh yn at split from DKB ★★★ View
19 [Legacy] Breton St e, en e, ẽn at ★★★ View
20 [Legacy] Breton Se E, EN at ★★★ View
21 [Legacy] Welsh C YN at ★★★ View