Atr%C4%81itanai
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Atr%C4%81itanai

Livonian

Etymology

From atr?ita ("widower") +‎ nai ("woman"). The former a borrowing from Latvian atraitne.[1]

Pronunciation

Noun

atr?itanai

  1. widow

Usage notes

LEL recommends using the inherited term le?knai. Alternative elative (atr?itanaistõ) and inessive (atr?itanaisõ or atr?itanais) forms are possible in type 191. This type contains one word besides nai - tuoi.

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References

  1. ^ Seppo Suhonen (1973), Die jungen lettischen Lehnwörter im livischen, Helsinki: Suomalais-Ugrilainen Seura

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