π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰

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Gothic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *tungΗ­, from Proto-Indo-European *dnΜ₯Η΅Κ°wΓ©hβ‚‚s.

Germanic cognates: Old English tunge, Old Frisian tunge, Old Saxon tunga, Old Dutch tunga, Old High German zunge, Old Norse tunga.

Indo-European cognates: Sanskrit ΰ€œΰ€Ώΰ€Ήΰ₯ΰ€΅ΰ€Ύ β€Ž(jihvā), Archaic Latin dingua (Latin lingua, Avestan 𐬡𐬌𐬰𐬬𐬁 β€Ž(hizvā), Old Church Slavonic Ρ©Π·κ™‘ΠΊΡŠ β€Ž(jΔ™zykΕ­), Lithuanian lieΕΎΓΉvis, Old Irish tengae, Welsh tafod), Tocharian A kΓ€ntu.

Noun[edit]

π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰ β€’ β€Ž(tuggōf

  1. tongue

Declension[edit]

Feminine ōn-stem
Singular Plural
Nominative π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰
tuggō
π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½πƒ
tuggōns
Accusative π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½
tuggōn
π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½πƒ
tuggōns
Genitive π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½πƒ
tuggōns
π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½π‰
tuggōnō
Dative π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒ½
tuggōn
π„πŒΏπŒ²πŒ²π‰πŒΌ
tuggōm