atti

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See also: ätti, átti, åtti, and Ätti

Akkadian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *ʔanti f (thou). Cognate with Arabic أَنْتِ(ʾanti) and Biblical Hebrew אַתְּ(ʾat).

Pronunciation[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

atti

  1. you, thou (second-person feminine singular personal pronoun, nominative case)
Cuneiform spellings
Phonetic

See also[edit]

Akkadian personal pronouns¹
Independent forms Pronominal Suffixes
Nominative Oblique² Dative Predicative³ Possessive⁴ Accusative⁵ Dative⁵
Singular 1st anāku yâti yâšim, ayyâšim -āku , -ya -anni, -nni, -ninni -am, -m, -nim
2nd m atta kâta kâšim, kâšum -āta -ka -ka -kum
f atti kâti kâšim -āti -ki -ki -kim
3rd m šū šuāti, šuātu, šâti šuāšim, šâšim - -šu -šu -šum
f šī šuāti, šâti šuāšim, šâšim -at -ša -ši -šim
Plural 1st nīnu niāti niāšim -ānu -ni -niāti -niāšim
2nd m attunu kunūti kunūšim -ātina -kunu -kunūti -kunūšim
f attina kināti kināšim -ātunu -kina -kināti -kināšim
3rd m šunu šunūti šunūšim -šunu -šunūti -šunūšim
f šina šināti šināšim -šina -šināti -šināšim
1. This table gives Old Babylonian inflection.
2. Used to express the Accusative and Genitive case.
3. Used exclusively on adjectives to form the predicative construction.
4. Used on nouns and prepositions.
5. Used on verbs. Always follows the Ventive.
6. Still unattested form.

Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

atti m

  1. plural of atto

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From att +‎ i.

Adverb[edit]

atti

  1. back

Preposition[edit]

atti

  1. against
  2. into
  3. in the back of

Sicilian[edit]

Noun[edit]

atti m

  1. plural of attu