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Cognate class 288

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Notes Cognates: Skt. sácate 'to follow', Gr. ἕπομαι 'id.', Lat. sequor , sequī 'id.', OIr. sechid 'id.'. The Germanic verb corresponds to the PIE root *sekw- 'to follow'; apparently, the meaning shifted from 'to follow' to 'to keep an eye on'. (Kroonen, 2013).
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Albanian shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★ View
2 Standard Albanian shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★★ View
3 Albanian Sicily shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★ View
4 Albanian Corinth shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★ View
5 Albanian Gheg shof see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★ View
6 Albanian Tosk shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. ★★ View
7 Old Norse séa, sjá ˈseːa, sjaː see Ringe et al. gives only sér ★★ View
8 Icelandic sjá ˈsjauː see Removed SEA. ★★ View
9 Faroese síggja ˈsʊd̥ʒːa see ★★ View
10 Norwegian Riksmal se seː see ★★ View
11 Stavangersk se seː see ★★★ View
12 Old Swedish sea ˈseːa see ★★ View
13 Swedish se se: see Removed SKADA. ★★ View
14 Swedish Vilhelmina SI see ★★ View
15 Swedish Uppland SI, SE see ★★ View
16 Elfdalian sją̊ sjõː see ★★★ View
17 Danish se seˀ see ★★ View
18 Danish Fjolde sie sie see ★★ View
19 Old Gutnish sia see ★★ View
20 Gutnish Lau säi sɛɪ see ★★ View
21 Old English siehþ see ★★ View
22 English to see si: see ★★ View
23 Frisian sjen sjɛn see ★★ View
24 Dutch zien zin see ★★ View
25 Flemish ZIEN see ★★ View
26 Afrikaans SIEN see ★★ View
27 Sranan SI see ★★ View
28 Old High German sihit see ★★★ View
29 German sehen 'ze:ən see ★★ View
30 Pennsylvania Dutch SAY see ★★ View
31 Luxembourgish gesin see ★★ View
32 German Switzerland gsee see ★★★ View
33 Gothic saíƕiþ see ★★ View
34 [Legacy] Albanian T shoh see From PAlb *sāksa, further connected to IE *seku- 'to follow, to see', Skt sácate 'to accompany, to follow', Gk επομαι, Lat sequor; also notably Goth saihvan 'to see'. Meyer reconstructs an intermediate *sieh and links shoh to Hitt. sakuisk-. ★★ View
35 [Legacy] German Munich sehen see < Pr. Germ. *sehwan- ‘to see’. ★★★ View