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Cognate class 2678

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Notes IE *(h)ei-, (h)iha-, (h)id-, the same root as in dem. pron. 'that' /cognate/2442/, 'this' /cognate/2437/ and 'and' in /cognate/1103/
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Hittite as he clitic? ★★★ View
2 Ancient Greek ἐκεῖνος ekȇːnos he EXCLUDE. see /lexeme/7642/ ★★★ View
3 Old Church Slavonic и jɪ̆ he Primarily a demonstrative pronoun. ★★★ View
4 Lithuanian jis jɪs he ★★★ View
5 Frisian er ər he split from DKB ★★★ View
6 Old High German er he ★★★ View
7 German er e:ɐ̯ he ★★★ View
8 Pennsylvania Dutch ER he ★★★ View
9 German Switzerland är he ★★★ View
10 Gothic is he ★★★ View
11 Oscan izic he ★★★ View
12 Latin is is he Anaphoric pronoun (f.sg. ea, n.sg id); G.sg. eius. ★★★ View
13 Old Irish é e: he ★★★ View
14 Middle Cornish e, ev e:, ɛ:v he AF ev ★★★ View
15 Middle Breton eff, ef ˈeṽ he Further graphic variants: enff, enf, euf, euff ★★★ View
16 Breton eñ, eñv ẽː, ẽw he ★★★ View
17 Welsh ef ɛv he ★★★ View
18 Irish E he split from DKB ★★★ View
19 Irish seisean he split from DKB ★★ View
20 Irish ʃeː he split from DKB ★★ View
21 Scottish Gaelic e he ★★★ View
22 [Legacy] Lithuanian O JIS he ★★★ View
23 [Legacy] German Munich er he < Pr. Germ. *i- ‘he/she, that one’. ★★★ View
24 [Legacy] Breton St eñ ẽ: he Contrast with en 'him, it'. ★★★ View
25 [Legacy] Breton Se EAN he ★★★ View
26 [Legacy] Welsh C EFE he ★★ View
27 [Legacy] Irish A SE he ★★ View