neni-

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See also: néni and není

Esperanto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the negative particle ne and by analogy with negative pronouns in Indo-European languages such as English never, none, German nie, Italian nessuno, Polish nikt, Portuguese nenhum, and Spanish ninguno. The i vowel is common to all correlatives.

Prefix[edit]

neni-

  1. no- (negative/relative correlative prefix)

Derived terms[edit]

  • nenia (no kind of)
  • nenial (for no reason)
  • neniam (never)
  • nenie (no place, nowhere)
  • neniel (in no manner, to no degree, no how)
  • nenies (nobody's)
  • neniigi (to annihilate)
  • nenio (nothing)
  • neniom (none (of))
  • neniu (no one, nobody)