Cognate class 966

Language list: all
Wordlist: all

Notes prob. IE *ad or *(h)ed (Walde 1930: 1.45, Mallory 2008: 290); = Lat. AD, Goth. OIce. AT 'with' and terms meaning 'at' as in /cognate/2542/, see also 'near' in /cognate/2158/.
Citation: Irslinger, Britta (University of Freiburg/Max Planck Institute for the Science ... Pages: View The Goidelic and Brittonic words probably belong to separate cognate classes. According to LEIA O-5, OIr ocus belongs to the preposition oc and further to the PIE verbal root *h₂nek̑- 'to reach' (LIV 282), while LIPP vol. 2 (2014: 11) reconstructs Middle Welsh â, ag etc. as *ád gʰe.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Old Irish ocus ogus and ★★ View
2 Middle Cornish ha(g) ha(g) and ★★★ View
3 Middle Breton ha, hag a, aɡ and Ha before consonant, hag before vowel. Connects coordinate elements, sometimes with adversative force. ★★★ View
4 Breton ha(g) a, aɡ and ★★★ View
5 Welsh a a: and ★★ View
6 Irish agus ˈaɡəs and ★★ View
7 Scottish Gaelic agus and ★★★ View
8 [Legacy] Breton St ha a and Removed HAG as is an interrogative particle or relative pronoun not a conjunction. ★★ View
9 [Legacy] Breton Se HA, HAG and ★★ View
10 [Legacy] Welsh C A and ★★ View
11 [Legacy] Irish A AGUS and ★★ View