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e? m (invariable)
- The Latvian name of the Latin script letter ?/?.
- Latvian letter names:
- a (A), garais ? (?), b? (B), c? (C), (?), d? (D), e (E), garais ? (?), ef (F), g? (G), (?), h? (H), i (I), garais ? (?), j? (J), k? (K), (?), el (L), e? (?), em (M), en (N), e? (?), o (O), p? (P), er (R), es (S), e? (?), t? (T), u (U), garais ? (?), v? (V), z? (Z), (?)
Apparently borrowed from Latvian elle. Ultimately from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German. See etymology at Latvian elle.
This word in one instance is indicated as meaning "oil" (in the compound "almond oil") and with a different inflectional type (with "grade shift" - lengthening of the stem consonant different from inflection of the "hell" sense as shown above.) However, eõ of the "sieldõ" type seems to be a much more prevalent word to refer to oil.
- 1st person singular negative form of eõ
- 2nd person singular negative form of eõ
- 3rd person singular negative form of eõ
- 2nd person singular imperative form of eõ