See also: је and -је

Erzya

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Etymology

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From Proto-Mordvinic *ijə, inherited from Proto-Uralic *ikä (age; year). Cognates include Finnish ikä, Livonian igā, Inari Sami ihe, Eastern Mari ий (ij), Hungarian év.

Pronunciation

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Noun

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ие (ije)

  1. year
    Зяро (тонь) иеть?
    Źaro (toń) ijeť ?
    How old are you?

Declension

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Adverb

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ие (ije)

  1. (for) a long time
    Мон ие учинь эйсэть.
    Mon ije učiń ejseť.
    I've been waiting for you for a long time.

References

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  • B. A. Serebrennikov, R. N. Buzakova, M. V. Mosin (1993) “ие”, in Эрзянь-рузонь валкс [Erzya-Russian dictionary], Moscow: Русский язык, →ISBN
  • Keresztes, László (1986) Geschichte der mordwinischen Konsonantismus II. Etymologisches Belegmaterial[1], Szeged: Studia Uralo-Altaica 26.
  • Entry #183 in Uralonet, online Uralic etymological database of the Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics.

Evenki

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Etymology

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From Nanai *xüj(k)e, compare Nanai хуе (huje).

Noun

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ие (ije)

  1. horn

Kazakh

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Alternative scripts
Arabic يە
Cyrillic ие
Latin ie

Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *idi. Cognate with Kyrgyz ээ (ee), Turkish iye, etc. Compare also Mongolian эзэн (ezen), Dongxiang ezhen; Evenki эды̄ (ədī); etc.

Pronunciation

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Noun

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ие (ie)

  1. master, lord
  2. owner

Declension

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Nogai

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Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *Ēdi.

Noun

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ие (iye)

  1. owner

References

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