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jazъ

  • 1 azъ

    azъ Grammatical information: prn. Proto-Slavic meaning: `I'
    Page in Trubačev: I 100-103
    Old Church Slavic:
    azъ `I' [prnprs]
    Russian:
    ja `I' [prnprs]
    Old Russian:
    (j)azъ `I' [prnprs]
    Czech:
    já `I' [prnprs]
    Old Czech:
    jáz `I' [prnprs]
    Polish:
    ja `I' [prnprs]
    Old Polish:
    jaz (Flor.) `I' [prnprs] \{1\};
    ja `I' [prnprs]
    Serbo-Croatian:
    jȃ `I' [prnprs];
    jȁz (dial.) `I' [prnprs];
    Čak. jå̃ (Vrgada) `I' [prnprs];
    Čak. jȁ (Novi) `I' [prnprs];
    Čak. jã (Orbanići) `I, me' [prnprs]
    Slovene:
    jàz `I' [prnprs]
    Bulgarian:
    az `I' [prnprs];
    ja (dial.) `I' [prnprs]
    Proto-Balto-Slavic reconstruction: eʔź-um; eś (?)
    Lithuanian:
    àš `I' [prnprs];
    (OLith.) `I' [prnprs]
    Latvian:
    es `I' [prnprs];
    ęs (dial.) `I' [prnprs]
    Old Prussian:
    as `I' [prnprs];
    es `I' [prnprs]
    Indo-European reconstruction: h₁eǵ-H-om
    IE meaning: I
    Page in Pokorny: 291
    Comments: The distribution of * jazъ and *ja suggest that the latter form is a Proto-Slavic innovation (Kortlandt forthc.).
    Other cognates:
    Skt. ahám `I' [prnprs];
    Gk. ἐγώ `I' [prnprs];
    Go. ik `I' [prnprs]
    Notes:
    \{1\} Possibly a Bohemianism.

    Slovenščina-angleščina big slovar > azъ

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