Cognate class 968

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Citation: Irslinger, Britta (University of Freiburg/Max Planck Institute for the Science ... Pages: View Based on Proto-Celtic *lew-tu- or *low-tu- 'ash' (PIE *lewh₃- 'to wash' LIV 375), but different stems or reshapings in Goidelic and Brittonic. Matasović (2009, 246) postulates MIr. lúaith < *low-tw-i-, MW lludw < *low-tw-o-. Alternatively an underlying *le/ow-tw-ah₂ is possible, see the discussion in Irslinger (2002, 115). Brittonic could continue this stem directly, while the Middle Irish word has become an i-stem. OIr. lúaithred and Scottish Gaelic luaithre (and Manx?) contain the collective suffixe -red (Thurneysen 1946, 169).
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Old Irish lúaithred lu:əθʹrʹəð ashes Also 'dust', see /lexeme/28169/ ★★★ View
2 Middle Cornish lusu, luju 'lʏzy ashes AF losow ★★★ View
3 Middle Breton ludu ˈlyːdy ashes ★★★ View
4 Breton ludu ˈlyːdy ashes ★★★ View
5 Welsh lludu ashes ★★★ View
6 Irish luaith ashes ★★ View
7 Scottish Gaelic luaithre ashes ★★★ View
8 Manx leoie ashes ★★★ View
9 [Legacy] Breton St ludu 'ly:dy ashes ★★★ View
10 [Legacy] Breton Se LUDU ashes ★★ View
11 [Legacy] Welsh C LLUDW ashes ★★ View
12 [Legacy] Irish A LUAITH ashes ★★ View