Middle Breton: ˈaːnv, aːno

« ˈgeːnu, ˈgeːnow (mouth) ˈeŋk (narrow) »

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Lexeme data

Language:Middle Breton
Source form:hanu, hano, hanou, hanoff
Phonological form:ˈaːnv, aːno
Cognate codes:A

Sources of lexical data

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Source: GIB = Hemon, Roparz. 1979–1998. Geriadur istorel ar brezhoneg / Dictionnaire historique du breton. 2. éd. Plomelin: Preder.
Pages: 119
Reliability: High
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Source: Dictionnaire historique Meurgorf.
Reliability: High

Cognate coding

Cognate Class A
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Source: Stüber, Karin. 1998: The historical morphology of n-stems in Celtic. Maynooth, Department of Old and Middle Irish (Maynooth Studies in Celtic Linguistics).
Pages: 53-59
Reliability: High
Comment: Discusses the different reconstructions of the PIE word.
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Source: Matasović, Ranko (2009) Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic. Leiden: Brill.
Pages: 38
Reliability: High
Comment: From Proto-Celtic *anman 'name', cf. PIE *h₃nomn̥ 'name' (IEW 321). The Celtic forms are derived from the oblique cases of the PIE word for 'name', i.e. from *h₃nmen-, just like, e.g., the Slavic forms (cf. Russ. imja).