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Cognate class 2560

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Notes element RAK < IE *pro-qo 'forward, earlier, before' (Walde 1930: 2.37).
Citation: LIPP (Vol. 2) = Dunkel, George E. (2014). Lexikon der ... Pages: 643 View The Brittonic words originate from PIE *prō-ko- (no exact cognates; Avestan, Old Church Slavonic and Latin have *pro-ko-).
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Middle Cornish rag rag because ★★★ View
2 Middle Breton rac raːk, rak because Ex.: hon trætit en mat, rac scuyz omp 'treat us well for we are tired' Qu. p. 113. Rac is often linked to the verb by the conjunction ma 'that', e.g. rac ma-z-oa homan leanes 'because she was a nun' N. 402 (Hemon 1975, 294-5) ★★★ View
3 Breton rag ma, rak ma rak ma because contains the preposition rag, rak 'before, facing' and ma 'that, so that, if' ★★★ View
4 [Legacy] Breton Se RAK MA because ★★★ View