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Old Irish: dʹenʹəðʹ

« dʹi:rʹux (straight) su:ɣʹəðʹ (suck) »

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Lexeme data

Language:Old Irish
Meaning:suck
Source form:deinid
Phonological form:dʹenʹəðʹ
Gloss:
Notes:Possibly also dinid /dʹinʹəðʹ/, which is the headword in DIL. Third person plural denait.
Cognate codes:J

Sources of lexical data

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Source: Ringe, D., Warnow, T., Taylor, A. (2002) 'Indo-European and Computational Cladistics.' Transaction of the Philological Society Vol. 100:1: 59-129.
Reliability: High
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Source: DIL = Royal Irish Academy, Dictionary of the Irish Language based mainly on Old and Middle Irish materials. Web edition http://www.dil.ie/.
Reliability: High
Comment: Headword dinid (denid). Scantily attested but looks to be the Swadesh term for Old Irish.

Cognate coding

Cognate Class J
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Source: Dunn, Michael (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Reliability: High