๐Ž ๐Žก๐Žซ๐Žก๐Žน

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Old Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-Iranian *Hรกyti, from Proto-Indo-European *hโ‚รฉyti. Cognate with Sanskrit เคเคคเคฟ (รฉti, โ€œgoesโ€), Mycenaean Greek ๐€‚๐€๐€ณ (i-jo-te), Latin eo (โ€œI goโ€), Luwian ๐’„ฟ๐’„ฟ (iti, โ€œgoesโ€), Hittite ๐’„ฟ๐’„ฟ๐’€€๐’€œ๐’‹ซ (i-ya-at-ta /iyatta/, โ€œgoesโ€), Old Church Slavonic ะธั‚ะธ (iti).

Verb[edit]

๐Ž ๐Žก๐Žซ๐Žก๐Žน (a-i-t-i-y) (third-person singular present active)[1]

  1. goes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gindro, S.; Scarlata, S.; Widmer, P. (2013), โ€œOld Persian Corpusโ€, in TITUS: Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien[1], 59