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Old Persian

Etymology

From Proto-Iranian *Hiyám, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Hiyám, from Proto-Indo-European *h?i-. Cognate with Younger Avestan (?m), Sanskrit ? (iyám).

Pronoun

(i-y-m /iyam/m or f

  1. this
    • c. 640 BCE - 600 BCE, Ariaramnes, AmH 5
      ? ? ? ? ? ?
      iyam : dahy?u? : P?rs? : tya : adam : d?ray?miy
      This country Persia which I hold[1]
    • DNe 1-2
      ? ?
      ?
      iyam : P?rsa
      iyam : M?da
      This is a Persian
      This is a Mede

Declension

declension of
Nom. sg. (i-y-m)
Voc. sg.
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative (i-y-m) ? (i-m-i-y)
Vocative
Accusative (i-m-m) ? (i-m-i-y)
Genitive-Dative
Instrumental-Ablative
Locative

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