Bulgarian edit

Pronunciation edit

  • (stressed) IPA(key): [ˈɡɔ]
  • (unstressed) IPA(key): [ɡo]
  • (file)

Pronoun edit

го (gom or n (personal)

  1. Short form of the third-person singular masculine pronoun in the accusative case, used as the direct object of a verb; him
    Кога го видя?
    Koga go vidja?
    When did you see him?
    Познаваш ли го?
    Poznavaš li go?
    Do you know him?
    Днес много го боли гърбът.
    Dnes mnogo go boli gǎrbǎt.
    His back is really hurting him today.
  2. Short form of the third-person singular neuter pronoun in the accusative case, used as the direct object of a verb; it
    Видя ли го?
    Vidja li go?
    Did you see it?
    Сложи го ей там.
    Složi go ej tam.
    Put it over there.

See also edit

Chechen edit

Etymology edit

Akin to Ingush гом (gom).

Noun edit

го (go)

  1. circle

Ingush edit

Etymology edit

Akin to Chechen га (ga).

Verb edit

го (go)

  1. to see

Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic گو
Cyrillic го
Latin go
 
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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Russian го (go), from Japanese (ご, go).

Noun edit

го (go)

  1. go (board game)

Macedonian edit

Pronunciation edit

Pronoun edit

го (go)

  1. Short direct object form of тој (toj).

Mariupol Greek edit

Etymology edit

Contraction of эго́ (ehó), from Ancient Greek ἐγώ (egṓ). Cognates include Greek εγώ (egó) (contracted 'γώ ('gó)) and Pontic Greek εγώ (egó).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ɣʊ]
  • Hyphenation: го

Pronoun edit

го (ho) (emphatic form эго́)

  1. I

Declension edit

Mariupol Greek personal pronouns
singular plural
1st 2nd 3rd m 3rd f 3rd n 1st 2nd 3rd
nominative го
(ho)
сы
(sy)
тос
(tos)
ты
(ty)
то
(to)
мис
(mis)
сыс
(sys)
тын
(tyn)
oblique мэ́на
(ména)
сэ́на
(séna)
то́на
(tóna)
ты́на
(týna)
мас
(mas)
сас
(sas)
тынц
(tync)
clitic -ми
(-mi)
-сы
(-sy)
-тун
(-tun)
-тын
(-tyn)
-ту
(-tu)
-мас
(-mas)
-сас
(-sas)

(-c)

References edit

  • G. A. Animica; M. P. Galikbarova (2013) Румеку глоса[1], Donetsk, page 4

Russian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Japanese (ご, go).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

го (gon inan (indeclinable)

  1. go (board game)

Descendants edit

  • Kazakh: го (go)

Serbo-Croatian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *golъ, from Proto-Indo-European *gelH- (naked, bald).

Pronunciation edit

Adjective edit

го̑ (definite го̏лӣ, comparative го̀лијӣ, Latin spelling )

  1. (Bosnia, Serbia) naked, nude, bare

Declension edit