Adyghe

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Determiner

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мы ()

  1. this
    мы бэнанэ bɛnanɛthis banana
    мы пшъашъэ pŝaŝɛthis girl
    мы кӏалэм еӏуэ kʼalɛm jeʼwɛthis boy is saying
    мы мэгъэ mɛğɛthis year

Belarusian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *my, from Proto-Indo-European *wéy.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [mɨ]
  • Audio:(file)

Pronoun

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мы (my)

  1. first-person plural, nominative case: we

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Carpathian Rusyn

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *my, from Proto-Indo-European *wéy.

Pronoun

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мы ()

  1. first-person plural, nominative case: we
    мы сьме барз добры штуденты. sʹme barz dobrŷ študentŷ.We are very good students.
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Central Mansi

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Alternative forms

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Etymology

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From Proto-Uralic *mëxe. Cognates include Finnish maa, Komi-Zyrian му (mu), Udmurt му (mu), Northern Mansi ма̄ (), possibly also Northern Khanty мўв (mŭw).

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Noun

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мы (my) (Middle Konda)

  1. land
  2. earth
  3. spot, place

Declension

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This noun needs an inflection-table template.

References

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  • E. A. Kuzakova (2001) “мы”, in Мансийско-русский словарь (кондинский диалект мансийского языка), По рассказу П. К. Чейметова «Ворыяп хумый» («Два охотника») [Mansi-Russian dictionary (Kondinsky dialect of the Mansi language), Based on the story by P. K. Cheymetov “Ворыяп хумый” (“Two Hunters”)]‎[1], Kondinsky district: local history museum, →ISBN, page 49
  • Elena Skribnik, editor (2016), “мы”, in Ob-Ugric Database: analysed text corpora and dictionaries for less described Ob-Ugric dialects[2], University of Munich

Russian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-Slavic *my. Cognate with Old Church Slavonic мꙑ (my). Also akin to Lithuanian mẽs and Old Armenian մեք (mekʻ).

Pronunciation

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Pronoun

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мы (my)

  1. we
  2. I (only when used with с (s))
    мы с тобо́йmy s tobójyou and I
    мы с сестро́йmy s sestrójme and my sister

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