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Cognate class 4343

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Notes
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Proto-Indo-European *me- I X View
2 Luvian (a)mu I ★★★ View
3 Lycian emu I dat. ★★★ View
4 Lycian ẽmu I ★★★ View
5 Sranan MI I ★★★ View
6 Gaulish mi ? I Controversial. Either affixed pronoun in the dative (*mī < *moi) or accusative (*mī < *mē). Only in the latter case it would be cognate with the Goidelic and Brittonic pronouns. Alternatively -mi could represent athematic verbal ending -mi. Then, the word 'I' would not be attested in Gaulish. ★★★ View
7 Old Irish me: I ★★★ View
8 Old Irish -m- m I ★★★ View
9 Middle Cornish my mɪ: I ★★★ View
10 Old Breton me ? I ★★★ View
11 Middle Breton me ˈmeː I ★★★ View
12 Breton me ˈmeː I ★★★ View
13 Old Welsh mi I ★★★ View
14 Welsh mi, fi miː, viː I ★★★ View
15 Irish mʲeː I ★★★ View
16 Scottish Gaelic mi I ★★★ View
17 Manx mee I ★★★ View
18 [Legacy] Breton St me me: I ★★★ View
19 [Legacy] Breton Se ME I ★★★ View
20 [Legacy] Welsh C FI I ★★★ View
21 [Legacy] Irish A ME I ★★★ View