Middle Breton: se

« ˈhenːes, ˈhonːes, arˈreːze (that) ˈvaːse (there) »

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Lexeme data

Language:Middle Breton
Source form:an ... se
Phonological form:se
Notes:The definite article and the deictic particle se constitute a discontinuous marker used as an attributive demonstrative. The phrase consists of article + noun + particle, e.g. an map se 'that son', e-n ty se 'in that house'. Note that Middle Breton has a threefold deictic system: an ... man 'here (near me) / this', an ... se 'there (near you) / that', an ... hont 'yonder'.
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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: 2801-2802
Reliability: High
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Source: Hemon, Roparz. 1975: A historical morphology and syntax of Breton. Dublin, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (Medieval and Modern Breton Series III).
Pages: 124-125
Reliability: High
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Source: Schrijver, Peter. 2011: Middle and Early Modern Breton. In Ternes, Elmar (ed.) 2011: Brythonic Celtic ‒ Britannisches Keltisch. From Medieval British to Modern Breton. Bremen, Hempen: 359-329 (Münchner Forschungen zur historischen Sprachwissenschaft 11).
Pages: 397
Reliability: High
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Source: Dictionnaire historique Meurgorf.
Reliability: High

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