From Proto-Germanic *kattuz. Cognate with Old Saxon katto, Old Norse kǫttr, Old High German kazzo. A related word also existed in the Germanic languages with the feminine gender, represented in Old English by catte. The word appears to be related to Late Latin cattus as well as to similar words in the Slavic and Celtic languages, but the ultimate source is uncertain. See cat for more.
- Hēo hrīemþ. Iċ hrīeme. Sē catt hrīemþ.
- She screams. I scream. The cat screams.
catt m (genitive caitt)
|Initial mutations of a following adjective:
|Old Irish mutation|
pronounced with /ɡ(ʲ)-/
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every|
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.