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Appendix:Proto-Indo-European *éy

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Proto-Indo-European

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This entry deals with Proto-Indo-European reconstructed forms, forms that are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Etymology

Pronoun

*éy m., *íh₂ f., *íd n.

  1. the (just named, anaphoric). This demonstrative was used instead of a third-person pronoun.

Declension

Declension of *éy Singular Dual Plural
Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative *éy *íh₂ *íd  ?  ?  ? *éyes *íh₂es (?) *íh₂
Accusative *ím *íh₂m̥ *íd  ?  ?  ? *íns *íh₂n̥s (?) *íh₂
Instrumental *íh₁  ? *íh₁  ?  ?  ? *éybʰi *íh₂bʰi *éybʰi
Dative *ésmey *ésyeh₂ey *ésmey  ?  ?  ? *éymos *íh₂mos *éymos
Ablative *ésmead (?) *ésyeh₂s *ésmead (?)  ?  ?  ? *éymos *íh₂mos *éymos
Genitive *ésyo *ésyeh₂s *ésyo  ?  ?  ? *éysoHom *íh₂soHom *éysoHom
Locative *ésmi *ésyeh₂(i) *ésmi  ?  ?  ? *éysu *íh₂su *éysu

Descendants