See also: єти and ѥти

Nogai

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Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *yẹt(t)i.

Numeral

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ети (yeti)

  1. seven

References

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  • N. A. Baskakov, S.A Kalmykov, editor (1963), “ети”, in Nogajsko-Russkij Slovarʹ [Nogai-Russian Dictionary], Moscow: karačajevo-čerkesskij naučno- issledovatelʹskij institut jazyka, literatury i istorii, →ISBN

Old East Slavic

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Etymology

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PIE word
*h₃yébʰeti

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *jetì (to copulate).[1] Cognate with Old Novgorodian ѥти (jeti), Ancient Greek οἴφω (oíphō), Sanskrit यभति (yábhati).

Pronunciation

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  • (ca. 9th CE) IPA(key): /jɛˈti/
  • (ca. 11th CE) IPA(key): /jɛˈtʲi/
  • (ca. 13th CE) IPA(key): /jɛˈtʲi/
  • Hyphenation: ѥ‧ти

Verb

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ети (etiimpf

  1. (vulgar) to copulate, to fuck

Conjugation

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Descendants

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References

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  1. ^ Anikin, A. E. (2021) “ебáть”, in Русский этимологический словарь [Russian Etymological Dictionary] (in Russian), numbers 15 (друг – еренга), Moscow: Nestor-Historia, →ISBN, page 229:dai yettï арх., 1618‒1619; бѣсъ тебя еблитъ; даи мнѣ ети пск., 1607dai yettï arx., 1618‒1619; běs tebja jeblit; dai mně jeti psk., 1607