seči

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See also: seci, seći, séci, sèci, and sěći

Slovene[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *sęťi.

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

sẹ́či pf

  1. to reach for
  2. to reach, to have come to
Inflection[edit]
Obstruent + -ti -em (AP b)
infinitive sẹ́či
1st singular sẹ́žem
infinitive sẹ́či seč
supine sẹ́č, sȅč
verbal noun sẹ́ženje
participle converb
present
past
l-participle masculine feminine neuter
singular sẹ̑gəł sẹ́gla sẹ́glo
dual sẹ́gla sẹ́gli sẹ́gli
plural sẹ́gli sẹ́gle sẹ́gla
present imperative
1st singular sẹ́žem
2nd singular sẹ́žeš sẹ́zi
3rd singular sẹ́že
1st dual sẹ́ževa sẹ́ziva
2nd dual sẹ́žeta sẹ́zita
3rd dual sẹ́žeta
1st plural sẹ́žemo sẹ́zimo
2nd plural sẹ́žete sẹ́zite
3rd plural sẹ́žejo
Derived terms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *sěťi, from Proto-Indo-European *sek- (to cut).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

sẹ́či impf

  1. (archaic) to cut
Inflection[edit]
Obstruent + -ti -em (AP b)
infinitive sẹ́či
1st singular sẹ́čem
infinitive sẹ́či seč
supine sẹ̑č
verbal noun
participle converb
present sečȅč
past sẹ̑čen
l-participle masculine feminine neuter
singular sẹ̑kəł sẹ́kla sẹ́klo
dual sẹ́kla sẹ́kli sẹ́kli
plural sẹ́kli sẹ́kle sẹ́kla
present imperative
1st singular sẹ́čem
2nd singular sẹ́češ sẹ́ci
3rd singular sẹ́če
1st dual sẹ́čeva secȋva
2nd dual sẹ́četa secȋta
3rd dual sẹ́četa
1st plural sẹ́čemo secȋmo
2nd plural sẹ́čete secȋte
3rd plural sẹ́čejo
Derived terms[edit]