Reconstruction:Proto-Germanic/ek
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This Proto-Germanic entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-Germanic

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *é?h?.

Pronunciation

Pronoun

*ek

  1. I

Inflection

Descendants

  • Old English: ic, i?, ih, i
  • Old Frisian: ik
    • North Frisian: ick, ik
    • Saterland Frisian: iek
    • West Frisian: ik
  • Old Saxon: ik
    • German Low German: ik
  • Old Dutch: ik
    • Middle Dutch: ic
      • Dutch: ik
        • Afrikaans: ek
  • Old High German: ih
    • Middle High German: ich
      • Alemannic German: ich, ig, i
        • Sensler: [i:][1]
        • Swabian: i
          • Sathmar Swabian: i
      • Bavarian: i
      • Central Franconian: ich, eich, ech
        • Hunsrückisch: äijsch
        • Moselle Franconian:
          • Saarland:
            • Britten: [æ], [][3]
        • Ripuarian:
      • East Central German:
      • East Franconian: i, iech
      • German: ich
      • Luxembourgish: ech
      • Rhine Franconian:
      • Vilamovian: ych
      • Yiddish: (ikh)
    • -> Limburgish: ich, iech, ik
  • Norse: (ek), (eka)
  • Gothic: (ik)
  • Crimean Gothic: ich

References

  1. ^ Schmutz, C., Haas, W. (2004) Senslerdeutsches Wörterbuch. Fribourg: Paulusverlag.
  2. ^ Altenhofen, Cléo Vilson. (1996) Hunsrückisch in Rio Grande do Sul: Ein Beitrag zur Beschreibung einer deutschbrasilianischen Dialektvarietät im Kontakt mit dem Portugiesischen. Stuttgart: Steiner.
  3. ^ "ich". In: Besse, Maria. (2004). Britter Wörterbuch. Losheim am See: Verein für Heimatkunde in der Gemeinde Losheim am See.
  4. ^ Online-Wörterbuch der Akademie för uns kölsche Sproch, Stichwort »ich« (URL).
  5. ^ Kelz, Heinrich P. (1971). Phonologische Analyse des Pennsylvaniadeutschen. Hamburg: Buske.

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