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See also EK, ek-, -ek, and ék

Afrikaans

Etymology

Dutch ik, from Old Saxon ik, from Common Germanic *eka, from Indo-European *egom

Pronoun

ek

  1. First-person singular, subjective: I

Fijian Hindi

Cardinal number

ek

  1. (cardinal) one

References

  • Fiji Hindi Dictionary
  • Siegel, Jeff (1977). Say it in Fiji Hindi, p.28, Australia: Pacific Publications. ISBN: 085807026X.

Icelandic

Etymology

Old Norse ek

Pronoun

ek (personal pronoun)

  1. (archaic) I

Synonyms

  • ég, eg (archaic, poetic)

Declension

Icelandic personal pronouns
singular first person second person third person masculine third person feminine third person neuter
nominative ég, eg, ek þú hann hún, hon, hón það, þat
accusative mig, mik þig, þik hann hana það, þat
dative mér þér honum, hánum henni því
genitive mín þín hans hennar þess
plural first person second person third person masculine third person feminine third person neuter
nominative við þið, þit þeir þær þau
accusative okkur ykkur þá þær þau
dative okkur ykkur þeim þeim þeim
genitive okkar ykkar þeirra þeirra þeirra

Old Norse

Etymology

Common Germanic *eka, whence also Old English ic, Old High German ih

Pronoun

ek

  1. I

Rohingya

Etymology

From Bengali

Cardinal number

ek

  1. (cardinal) one

Swedish

Etymology

Old Norse eik

Pronunciation

Noun

ek c. (pl. ekar, def sing eken, def pl ekarna)

  1. oak

Tocharian B

Noun

ek

  1. eye

Turkish

Noun

ek

  1. annex

Verb

ek

  1. sow (imperative)

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