Old Irish: doˈikʹ, tʹikʹ

« u:ər (cold) doˈtʹe:dʹ (come) »

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Lexeme data

Language:Old Irish
Source form:do·icc, ticc
Phonological form:doˈikʹ, tʹikʹ
Notes:< PIE root *en(e)k - ‘to extend, reach’. Cf. also Arm. hasanem ‘to come (to something), arrive'.
Cognate codes:(I)

Sources of lexical data

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Source: Lucht, Martina. 2007. Der Grundwortschatz des Altirischen, Bonn: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität.
Pages: 98
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
Reliability: Exclude (e.g. not the Swadesh term)
Comment: Usually with direct object in Old Irish, later generally intransitive

Cognate coding

Cognate Class I
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Source: Macbain, Alexander, and Malcolm Macfarlane. 1911. An etymological dictionary of the Gaelic language. Stirling: E. Mackay.
Reliability: High