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Description

1. He got himself some new clothes.
2. He made himself a new tool.

A common term for ‘just made’ and ‘just acquired’, applicable to objects; to be distinguished from ‘young’. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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Wordlist: all

ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *néu̯os A View
80 Hittite nēwas A View
133 Luvian nāwis View
81 Tocharian A ñu A View
82 Tocharian B ñuwe A View
88 Albanian ri Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
143 Standard Albanian i ri, e re Also 'young, recent'. < PAlb *rija ... B View
2 Albanian Sicily ri Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
4 Albanian Corinth ri Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
3 Albanian Gheg ri Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
6 Albanian Tosk ri Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
173 Mycenaean Greek ne-wo néu̯o- Adj. N.sg.neut. attested ... A View
110 Ancient Greek καινός kai̯nós EXCLUDE. (C) View
110 Ancient Greek νέος néos G.sg. νέου; νέος, νέα ... A View
152 Tsakonian τζινουρτζε C View
32 Greek καινούργιος ce̞ˈnurʝo̞s C View
32 Greek νέος ˈneos EXCLUDE. (A) View
31 Greek Lesbos KAINOURGIOS C View
129 Classical Armenian նոր nor A View
8 Armenian Eastern նոր noɾ A View
7 Armenian Western NOR A View
128 Avestan nauuō A View
136 Sogdian nwyy Manichean A View
75 Wakhi TOZA A View
75 Wakhi SEGHD View
9 Baluchi NOKH A View
118 Kurdish A View
137 Zazaki newe A View
72 Tajik TOZA E View
72 Tajik NAV A View
72 Tajik NAVBAROMAD A View
54 Persian TAZE E View
77 Waziri NEWAI A View
1 Pashto NEVAJ A View
138 Shughni tirák View
138 Shughni naw A View
139 Sarikoli nыǰ A View
52 Ossetic naeuaeg næwæɡ A View
124 Ossetic Iron nog nog A View
125 Ossetic Digor nɐwɐg nɐwɐg A View
141 Kata-viri nũi A View
154 Vasi-vari unü A View
153 Askunu nuŋa, əstə A View
105 Vedic Sanskrit návas AF návyas A View
162 Pāḷī nava A View
41 Khaskura NAYA, NAULA A View
51 Nepali NAULO, NAYA A View
106 Assamese nɔtun nɔtun A View
102 Oriya nua nua AF? nɔbyɔ A View
10 Bengali notun nɔt̪un A View
10 Bengali NOEA A View
111 Bihari nəb nəb A View
144 Magahi नया nəjɑ View
104 Marwari navallā Shekh. (?), AF nuṃvāṃ A View
35 Hindi neya n̪əja: A View
119 Urdu نیا nəjɑ A View
103 Sindhi nãõ (masc.), nãĩ (f) A View
43 Lahnda NEWA A View
53 Punjabi NEVA A View
33 Gujarati NEWU A View
50 Marathi nawīn nə'wi:n A View
40 Kashmiri NOWU A View
65 Sinhalese NAVA A View
65 Sinhalese ALUT View
34 Romani Greece NEVO A View
100 Old Church Slavonic новъ nɔvʊ̆ A View
95 Serbo-Croatian nov nôv A View
15 Bulgarian нов nɔv A View
92 Macedonian нов nov A View
60 Russian новый 'nɔvɨj A View
55 Polish nowy ˈnɔvɘ̟ A View
16 Belarusian новы ˈnɔvɨ A View
73 Ukrainian новий nɔˈvɪj A View
66 Slovak nový ˈnɔviː A View
18 Czech nový ˈnɔviː A View
48 Sorbian Upper nowy ˈno.ɘ̟ A View
47 Sorbian Lower nowy ˈnowɘ̟ A View
97 Slovenian nov nɔw A View
108 Old Prussian nawans A View
44 Latvian jaûns D View
46 Lithuanian NAUJAS A View
109 Old Norse nýr nyːr A View
36 Icelandic nýr niːr A View
23 Faroese nýggjur ˈnʊd̥ʒːʊɹ A View
58 Norwegian Riksmal ny nyː A View
159 Stavangersk nye ˈnyːə A View
157 Old Swedish nyr nyːr A View
69 Swedish ny nyː A View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina NY A View
70 Swedish Uppland NY A View
145 Elfdalian ny nyː A View
20 Danish ny nyˀ A View
158 Danish Fjolde nøj nøj A View
160 Old Gutnish nyr A View
161 Gutnish Lau nöiar ˈnœɪar A View
99 Old English nīowe A View
22 English new nju: A View
26 Frisian nij nɛi A View
21 Dutch nieuw niw A View
24 Flemish NIEUW A View
83 Afrikaans NUWE A View
87 Sranan NJOE A View
126 Old High German niuwi A View
27 German neu nɔ‿y A View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch NEI A View
120 Luxembourgish nei A View
121 German Switzerland nöi A View
107 Gothic niujis A View
112 Latin nouus ˈnowus gen. nouī A View
17 Catalan nou nɔuw A View
56 Portuguese novo 'novu A View
68 Spanish nuevo 'nweβo A View
61 Sardinian Cagliari NOU A View
62 Sardinian Logudoro NOU A View
63 Sardinian Nuoro NOVU A View
85 French Creole Dominica NUVO A View
76 Walloon NOVE A View
25 French nouveau nuvo A View
57 Provencal NOUVEU A View
42 Ladin NOUV, NOV A View
146 Dolomite Ladino nef Online dictionary gives nuof (same ... A View
123 Romansh niev, nui A View
122 Friulian gnûf A View
39 Italian nuovo 'nwɔvo A View
59 Romanian NOU A View
74 Vlach NAWE A View
140 Gaulish nouiios A View
140 Gaulish nouio-/neuio- Reconstructed forms, based on attestations ... A View
127 Old Irish úr u:r Also 'fresh'. (F) View
127 Old Irish núae nuʔe Blažek gives nue. A View
101 Middle Cornish nowydh 'nɔwɪθ A View
148 Old Breton nouuid A View
172 Middle Breton neuez, nevez ˈneːveð A View
12 Breton nevez ˈneːves, ˈneːvǝ A View
150 Old Welsh nouid A View
79 Welsh newydd A View
38 Irish úr uːɾˠ New, fresh. Cognate with /lexeme ... (F) View
38 Irish nua nˠuːə Removed final -DH. A View
115 Scottish Gaelic nuadh (A) View
115 Scottish Gaelic ùr uːɾ Also 'fresh'. F View
147 Manx oor (F) View
147 Manx noa A View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T ri ɾi Also 'young, recent'. From PAlb ... B View
29 [Legacy] Greek K NEOS A View
28 [Legacy] Greek D KAINOURGIOS C View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md KAINOURGIOS C View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian NOV A View
113 [Legacy] Serbian nov A View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P NOV A View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian NOB A View
94 [Legacy] Russian P NOVYJ A View
93 [Legacy] Polish P NOWY A View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P NOVY A View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P NOVYJ A View
19 [Legacy] Czech E NOVE A View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P NOVY A View
91 [Legacy] Czech P NOVY A View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian NOVA A View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O NAUJAS A View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian NOVO A View
142 [Legacy] German Munich neu < Pr. Germ. *neuja- ‘new’. A View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C NUVO A View
14 [Legacy] Breton St nevez ˈneve A View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se NEUE A View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C NEWYDD A View
37 [Legacy] Irish A NUA A View