Mariupol Greek edit

Etymology edit

From Ancient Greek ἔχω (ékhō). Cognates include Greek έχω (écho).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈɛxʊ]
  • Hyphenation: э‧ху

Verb edit

э́ху (éxu)

  1. (transitive) have

Conjugation edit

Conjugation of эху (irregular)
present imperfect perfect imperative
1st singular эху
(exu)
иха
(ixa)
ас эху
(as exu)
2nd singular эшс
(ešs)
ихис
(ixis)
ас эшс
(as ešs)
3rd singular эш
(eš)
ихин
(ixin)
ас эш
(as eš)
1st plural эхум
(exum)
ихам
(ixam)
ас эхум
(as exum)
2nd plural эхит
(exit)
ихит
(ixit)
ас эхит
(as exit)
3rd plural эхны
(exny)
ихан
(ixan)
ас эхны
(as exny)
participle эхмэнус
(exmenus)
*) The future tense is formed using the particle дъа (ða) with the present tense inflections.
**) The subjunctive mood is formed using the particle на (na) with the indicative inflections.
***) The irrealis mood is formed using the particle ан (an) with the indicative inflections.

References edit

  • T. N. Chernysheva, editor (1859), “е́ху”, in Греческий глосарий Ф. А. Хартахая [The Greek glossary of F. A. Xartaxay], published 1959
  • A. A. Diamantopulo-Rionis; D. L. Demerdzhi; A. M. Davydova-Diamantopulo; A. A. Shapurma; R. S. Kharabadot; D. K. Patricha (2006), “э́ху”, in Румейско-русский и русско-румейский словарь пяти диалектов греков Приазовья, Mariupol, →ISBN
  • G. A. Animica; M. P. Galikbarova (2013) Румеку глоса[1], Donetsk, page 120

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Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

э́ху (éxun inan

  1. dative singular of э́хо (éxo)