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Cognate class 266

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Citation: NIL = Wodtko, Dagmar S., Irslinger, Britta & Schneider, Carolin. ... Pages: 504-513 View PIE nom.sg. *nokʷt-, gen.sg. *nekʷt- 'night' from the root *negʷ- 'to become dark' (LIV 449) with desonorisation of the final consonant next to *-t-. See fn. 1 with a discussion of the different stem analyses and inflectional patterns which have been suggested for PIE.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Proto-Indo-European *nókʷts night ★★ View
2 Hittite nekuz night ★★ View
3 Tocharian A nakcu night ★★ View
4 Tocharian B nekcīye night ★★ View
5 Albanian natë night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
6 Standard Albanian natë night ★★★ View
7 Albanian Sicily natë night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
8 Albanian Corinth natë night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
9 Albanian Gheg nata night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
10 Albanian Tosk natë night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
11 Ancient Greek νύξ nýks night G.sg. νυκτός ★★★ View
12 Tsakonian νιουτα night ★★★ View
13 Greek νύχτα nyçta night ★★★ View
14 Greek Lesbos NUCHTA night ★★ View
15 Wakhi NUGHD night ★★ View
16 Vedic Sanskrit नक्ति nákti night AF नक्त (nákta), nak, nakta, akta ★★ View
17 Old Church Slavonic нощь nɔʃtɪ̆ night ★★★ View
18 Serbo-Croatian noć nɔ̂ːtɕ night ★★ View
19 Bulgarian нощ nɔʃt night ★★ View
20 Macedonian ноќ noc night ★★ View
21 Russian ночь nɔtʃ night ★★ View
22 Polish noc nɔts night ★★ View
23 Belarusian ноч nɔtʂ night ★★ View
24 Ukrainian ніч nʲitʂ night ★★ View
25 Slovak noc nɔts night ★★ View
26 Czech noc nɔts night ★★ View
27 Sorbian Upper nóc nʊts night ★★ View
28 Sorbian Lower noc nɔts night ★★ View
29 Slovenian noč nôːtʃ night ★★ View
30 Old Prussian nacktien night loc.? (wiktionary has 'naktin, accusative singular') ★★ View
31 Latvian nakts night ★★ View
32 Lithuanian naktis nɐkˈtɪs night ★★ View
33 Old Norse nótt noːtː night ★★ View
34 Icelandic nótt nouʰtː night ★★ View
35 Faroese nátt nɔʰtː night ★★ View
36 Norwegian Riksmal natt natː night ★★ View
37 Stavangersk nått nɔtː night ★★★ View
38 Old Swedish nat natː night ★★ View
39 Swedish natt natː night ★★ View
40 Swedish Vilhelmina NAT night ★★ View
41 Swedish Uppland NATT night ★★ View
42 Elfdalian ną̊t nõːt night ★★★ View
43 Danish nat nad̥ʰ night ★★ View
44 Danish Fjolde nat nɑt night ★★ View
45 Old Gutnish nat night ★★ View
46 Gutnish Lau nat nɑːt night ★★ View
47 Old English niht night ★★ View
48 English night naɪt night ★★ View
49 Frisian JOUN night ★★ View
50 Frisian nacht naxt night ★★ View
51 Dutch nacht nɑχt night ★★ View
52 Flemish NACHT night ★★ View
53 Afrikaans NAG, AAND night ★★ View
54 Sranan NETI night ★★ View
55 Old High German naht night ★★★ View
56 German Nacht naxt night ★★ View
57 Pennsylvania Dutch NAACHT night ★★ View
58 Luxembourgish Nuecht night ★★★ View
59 German Switzerland nacht night ★★★ View
60 Gothic nahts night ★★ View
61 Latin nox noks night gen. noctis ★★ View
62 Catalan nit nit night ★★ View
63 Portuguese noite ˈnɔjtɨ night ★★ View
64 Spanish noche 'noʧe night ★★ View
65 Sardinian Cagliari NOTTI night ★★ View
66 Sardinian Logudoro NOTTE night ★★ View
67 Sardinian Nuoro NOTTE night ★★ View
68 French Creole Dominica LENWIT night ★★ View
69 Walloon NUT' night ★★ View
70 French nuit nɥi night ★★ View
71 Provencal NUE, NIUE night ★★ View
72 Provencal nuèch nɥɛʧ night ★★ View
73 Ladin NOT, NOAT night ★★ View
74 Dolomite Ladino nètt night Online dictionary gives not (same root). ★★★ View
75 Romansh notg night ★★★ View
76 Friulian gnot night ★★★ View
77 Italian notte 'nɔtte night ★★ View
78 Romanian noapte ˈno̯ap.te night ★★ View
79 Vlach NWAPTE night ★★ View
80 Gaulish noxt- night Attested in derivatives, e.g. tri-noxt[ion] "(festival) of three nights". ★★★ View
81 Middle Cornish nos nɔ:z night ★★★ View
82 Old Breton nos night ★★★ View
83 Middle Breton nos ˈnoːs night ★★★ L View
84 Breton noz ˈnoːs night ★★★ L View
85 Old Welsh nos night ★★★ View
86 Welsh nos noːs night ★★★ View
87 [Legacy] Albanian T natë ˈnatə night From PAlb *nakti- corresponding to IE *nokut- > Skt nákt, Gk νυξ, Lat nox, etc, all with same meaning. ★★ View
88 [Legacy] Greek K NUKS night ★★ View
89 [Legacy] Greek D NUCHTA night ★★ View
90 [Legacy] Greek Md NUCHTA night ★★ View
91 [Legacy] Serbocroatian NOC night ★★ View
92 [Legacy] Serbian noć night ★★★ View
93 [Legacy] Bulgarian P NOST night ★★ View
94 [Legacy] Macedonian NOK night ★★ View
95 [Legacy] Russian P NOC night ★★ View
96 [Legacy] Polish P NOC night ★★ View
97 [Legacy] Byelorussian P NOC night ★★ View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P NIC night ★★ View
99 [Legacy] Czech E NOC night ★★ View
100 [Legacy] Slovak P NOC night ★★ View
101 [Legacy] Czech P NOC night ★★ View
102 [Legacy] Slovenian NOC night ★★ View
103 [Legacy] Lithuanian O NAKTIS night ★★ View
104 [Legacy] Brazilian NOITE night ★★ View
105 [Legacy] German Munich Nacht night < Pr. Germ. *naht- ‘night’. ★★★ View
106 [Legacy] French Creole C LANWIT night ★★ View
107 [Legacy] Breton St noz no:s night ★★★ View
108 [Legacy] Breton Se NOZ night ★★ View
109 [Legacy] Welsh C NOS night ★★ View