Cognate class 4358

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Notes Listed by Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru to be a Latin loan in Welsh so ultimately deriving from /cognate/867/. Alternative forms with initial h- are likely to be inherited, whereas these ones, with initial s- are borrowings.
Citation: LEIA = Lexique étymologique de l'Irlandais Ancien. Par Joseph Vendryes, ... Pages: S-60 View Early borrowing in Irish and Brittonic.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Middle Cornish sygh sɪ:x dry ★★★ View
2 Middle Breton sech ˈseːx dry Catholicon (1499): sec, Latin sicus. ★★★ View
3 Breton sec'h ˈseːx dry The inherited word, hesk 'dry' (also of a cow), first attested in 1699, is rather rare. ★★★ View
4 Welsh sych dry ★★★ View
5 [Legacy] Breton St sec'h sɛ:x dry ★★★ View
6 [Legacy] Breton Se SEH dry ★★★ View
7 [Legacy] Welsh C SYCH dry ★★★ View