IELex

Cognate class 62

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Notes
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Proto-Indo-European *h₁eg̑h₂-óm I ★★★ View
2 Hittite ūk I ★★★ View
3 Tocharian A näṣ I fem. ñuk, from Common Tocharian *mene-kʷis (masc.) *mene-kʷā (fem.) ★★★ View
4 Tocharian B ñäś I ★★★ View
5 Albanian unë I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★ View
6 Standard Albanian unë I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★★ View
7 Albanian Sicily unë I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★ View
8 Albanian Corinth unë I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★ View
9 Albanian Gheg un I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★ View
10 Albanian Tosk unë I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★ View
11 Ancient Greek ἐγώ eɡɔ́ː I G.sg. ἐμοῦ (suppletive stem) ★★★ View
12 Tsakonian εζου I Also εμιου (n), ενιου (s). ★★ View
13 Greek εγώ e̞ˈɣo̞ I ★★★ View
14 Greek Lesbos EGO I ★★ View
15 Classical Armenian ես ɛs I Traditionally pronounced [jɛs]; suppletive oblique stem forms: (z-)is [Acc.], im [Gen.], in- [Abl., Loc., Instr.] ★★★ View
16 Classical Armenian զիս z-is I me (ACC) ★★★ View
17 Armenian Eastern ես jɛs I ★★★ View
18 Armenian Western ես jɛs I ★★ View
19 Avestan azəm I ★★★ View
20 Avestan mąm I ★★★ View
21 Old Persian mām I acc. ★★ View
22 Old Persian adam I ★★★ View
23 Sogdian ’zw I Sogdian ★★★ View
24 Khotanese aysu ɐzu I ★★★ View
25 Wakhi WUZ I ★★ View
26 Baluchi MAN I ★★ View
27 Kurdish min I ★★★ View
28 Kurdish ez I ★★★ View
29 Zazaki ez I ★★★ View
30 Tajik man mæn I ★★ View
31 Persian man mæn I ★★ View
32 Waziri ZE I ★★ View
33 Pashto ZE I ★★ View
34 Shughni wuz I ★★★ View
35 Sarikoli az I ★★★ View
36 Ossetic Iron ɐž ɐž I ★★ View
37 Ossetic Digor ɐz ɐz I ★★ View
38 Kata-viri ũt͡s I ★★★ View
39 Vasi-vari unzū, unʒu I ★★★ View
40 Askunu ai I ★★★ View
41 Vedic Sanskrit ahám I ★★★ View
42 Pāḷī ahaŋ I ★★★ View
43 Khaskura M I ★★ View
44 Nepali MA I ★★ View
45 Assamese mɒe mɒe I AF may, maï, (Mayang) mi ★★★ View
46 Oriya mũ mũ I nominative, mo (oblique) ★★★ View
47 Bengali ami 'ɑmi: I ★★ View
48 Bihari həm həm I View
49 Bihari mẽ mẽ I obsolete form ★★★ View
50 Magahi हम həm I ★★★ View
51 Bhojpuri ham I ★★ View
52 Marwari mɛ̃ mɛ̃ I AF mhũ, direct (?), mɛ (obl.) ★★★ View
53 Hindi me mɛ̃ I ★★ View
54 Urdu مَیں mɛ̃ I ★★★ View
55 Sindhi mã mã I AF mũ ★★★ View
56 Sindhi ã(ũ) I View
57 Lahnda MAE I ★★ View
58 Punjabi me mɛ̃ I ★★ View
59 Gujarati HU I ★★ View
60 Marathi mi: I ★★ View
61 Kashmiri BOH I ★★★ View
62 Sinhalese MAMA I ★★ View
63 Romani Greece ME I ★★ View
64 Old Church Slavonic азъ ɑzʊ̆ I ★★★ View
65 Serbo-Croatian ja jâː I ★★ View
66 Bulgarian аз as I ★★ View
67 Macedonian јас jas I ★★ View
68 Russian я ja I ★★ View
69 Polish ja ja I ★★ View
70 Belarusian я ja I ★★ View
71 Ukrainian я ja I ★★ View
72 Slovak ja ja I ★★ View
73 Czech jaː I ★★ View
74 Sorbian Upper ja ja I ★★ View
75 Sorbian Lower ja ja I ★★ View
76 Slovenian jaz jas I ★★ View
77 Old Prussian as I AF es ★★★ View
78 Latvian es I ★★ View
79 Lithuanian as ɐʃ I ★★ View
80 Old Norse ek ek I ★★★ View
81 Icelandic ég jɛɣ I ★★ View
82 Faroese eg e: I ★★ View
83 Norwegian Riksmal jeg jæɪ I ★★ View
84 Stavangersk eːɡ, ɛɡ, ɛ I ★★★ View
85 Old Swedish iak jaːk I ★★ View
86 Swedish jag jɑːɡ, jɑː I ★★ View
87 Swedish Vilhelmina JAG, JA JAG, JA I ★★ View
88 Swedish Uppland JAG I ★★ View
89 Elfdalian ig ɪːg I ★★★ View
90 Danish jeg jɑj I ★★ View
91 Danish Fjolde æ æ I ★★ View
92 Old Gutnish iac, iec I ★★ View
93 Gutnish Lau ja jɑː I ★★ View
94 Old English ic I ★★★ View
95 English I I ★★ View
96 Frisian ik, ikke ɪk, ɪkə I ★★ View
97 Dutch ik ɪk I ★★ View
98 Flemish IK I ★★ View
99 Afrikaans EK, EKKE I ★★ View
100 Old High German ih I ★★★ View
101 Old High German mih I ★★★ View
102 German ich ɪç I ★★ View
103 Pennsylvania Dutch ICH I ★★ View
104 Luxembourgish ech œx I ★★★ View
105 German Switzerland i(g) I ★★★ View
106 Gothic ik I ★★★ View
107 Latin ego ˈego I Old Latin egō (i.e. /egoː/). Classical Latin has ego (with iambic shortening), but the Old Latin vowel length is found again in post-Augustan authors. ★★★ View
108 Catalan jo ʒɔ, jɔ I ★★ View
109 Portuguese eu eu I ★★ View
110 Spanish yo ʝo I ★★ View
111 Sardinian Cagliari DEU I ★★ View
112 Sardinian Logudoro EGO I ★★ View
113 Sardinian Nuoro JEO I ★★ View
114 French Creole Dominica MWE I ★★ View
115 Walloon DJI I ★★ View
116 French je ʒə I ★★ View
117 Provencal ieu jew I ★★ View
118 Ladin EAU I ★★ View
119 Dolomite Ladino gio, ge I According to the online dictionary, the form is 'mi'. ★★★ View
120 Romansh jeu I ★★★ View
121 Friulian jo I ★★★ View
122 Italian io 'io I ★★ View
123 Romanian eu jew, jo I ★★ View
124 Vlach EO I ★★ View
125 [Legacy] Albanian T unë ˈunə I Composite form of personal pronoun u (identical to u 'self' < PAlb *we) and particle në (cf. Gk ναí, νη). ★★★ ★★ View
126 [Legacy] Greek K EGO I ★★ View
127 [Legacy] Greek D EGO I ★★ View
128 [Legacy] Greek Md EGO, MOU I ★★ View
129 [Legacy] Serbocroatian JA I ★★ View
130 [Legacy] Serbian ja jâː I ★★★ View
131 [Legacy] Bulgarian P AZ I ★★ View
132 [Legacy] Macedonian jac jas I Changed from JAS. ★★ View
133 [Legacy] Russian P JA I ★★ View
134 [Legacy] Polish P JA I ★★ View
135 [Legacy] Byelorussian P JA I ★★ View
136 [Legacy] Ukrainian P JA I ★★ View
137 [Legacy] Czech E YA I ★★ View
138 [Legacy] Slovak P JA I ★★ View
139 [Legacy] Czech P JA I ★★ View
140 [Legacy] Slovenian JEST I ★★ View
141 [Legacy] Lithuanian O AS I ★★ View
142 [Legacy] Brazilian EU I ★★ View
143 [Legacy] German Munich ich I ★★★ View
144 [Legacy] French Creole C MWE I ★★ View