Reconstruction:Proto-Indo-European/yunégti

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This Proto-Indo-European entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-Indo-European[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From *yewg- +‎ *-né-.

Verb[edit]

*yunégti (imperfective)[1]

  1. to be joining

Inflection[edit]

Imperfective, athematic
3rd singular *yunégti
3rd plural *yungénti
Active voice Present indicative Past indicative Imperative Subjunctive Optative
1st singular *yunégmi *yunégm̥ *yunégoh₂ *yungyéh₁m̥
2nd singular *yunégsi *yunégs *yunég, *yungdʰí *yunégesi *yungyéh₁s
3rd singular *yunégti *yunégt *yunégtu *yunégeti *yungyéh₁t
1st dual *yungwós *yungwé *yunégowos *yungih₁wé
2nd dual *yungtés *yungtóm *yungtóm *yunégetes *yungih₁tóm
3rd dual *yungtés *yungtā́m *yungtā́m *yunégetes *yungih₁tā́m
1st plural *yungmós *yungmé *yunégomos *yungih₁mé
2nd plural *yungté *yungté *yungté *yunégete *yungih₁té
3rd plural *yungénti *yungént *yungéntu *yunégonti *yungih₁ént
Participle *yungónts
Middle voice Present indicative Past indicative Imperative Subjunctive Optative
1st singular *yungh₂ér *yungh₂é *yunégoh₂er *yungih₁h₂é
2nd singular *yungth₂ér *yungth₂é *yungsó *yunégeth₂er *yungih₁th₂é
3rd singular *yungtór, *yungór *yungtó, *yungó *? *yunégetor *yungih₁tó, *yungih₁ó
1st dual *yungwósdʰh₂ *yungwédʰh₂ *yunégowosdʰh₂ *yungih₁wédʰh₂
2nd dual *? *? *? *? *?
3rd dual *? *? *? *? *?
1st plural *yungmósdʰh₂ *yungmédʰh₂ *yunégomosdʰh₂ *yungih₁médʰh₂
2nd plural *yungdʰh₂wé *yungdʰh₂wé *yungdʰh₂wé *yunégedʰh₂we *yungih₁dʰh₂wé
3rd plural *yungrór, *yungn̥tór *yungró, *yungn̥tó *? *yunégoror, *yunégontor *yungih₁ró, *yungih₁n̥tó
Participle *yungm̥h₁nós

Descendants[edit]

  • Balto-Slavic:
  • Indo-Iranian: *yunákti (see there for further descendants)
  • Italic: *jungō (see there for further descendants)

References[edit]

  1. ^ De Vaan, Michiel (2008) Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages (Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series; 7), Leiden, Boston: Brill