і U+0456, і
CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER BYELORUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN I
ѕ
[U+0455]
Cyrillic ї
[U+0457]

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TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

і

  1. The tenth letter of the Belarusian Cyrillic alphabet representing /i/
  2. The twelfth letter of the Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabet representing /i/

See alsoEdit

  • Ї
  • И
  • Search en.wiktionary.org for articles beginning with I

BelarusianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *i, from Proto-Indo-European *ei, an early locative singular determiner, formed from the root *h₁e-, *h₁o-. Compare Greek εἰ(eἰ, if), Gothic 𐌴𐌹(ei, and, so that, be it). Follows from ablative Proto-Indo-European *ed.

ConjunctionEdit

і ‎(i)

  1. and
SynonymsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

LetterEdit

і ‎(i) ‎(upper case І)

  1. The tenth letter of the Belarusian alphabet

See alsoEdit

  • (Cyrillic script letters) А(A) а(a), Б(B) б(b), В(V) в(v), Г(H) г(h), Д(D) д(d), Е(Je) е(je), Ё() ё(), Ж(Ž) ж(ž), З(Z) з(z), І(I) і(i), Й(J) й(j), К(K) к(k), Л(L) л(l), М(M) м(m), Н(N) н(n), О(O) о(o), П(P) п(p), Р(R) р(r), С(S) с(s), Т(T) т(t), У(U) у(u), Ў(Ŭ) ў(ŭ), Ф(F) ф(f), Х(X) х(x), Ц(C) ц(c), Ч(Č) ч(č), Ш(Š) ш(š), Ы(Y) ы(y), Ь(ʹ) ь(ʹ), Э(E) э(e), Ю(Ju) ю(ju), Я(Ja) я(ja)

KazakhEdit

PronunciationEdit

LetterEdit

і ‎(i) ‎(upper case І)

  1. The thirty-eighth letter of the Kazakh alphabet

See alsoEdit

  • (Cyrillic script letters) А(A) а(a), Ә(Ä) ә(ä), Б(B) б(b), В(V) в(v), Г(G) г(g), Ғ(Ğ) ғ(ğ), Д(D) д(d), Е(E) е(e), Ё(Yo) ё(yo), Ж(J) ж(j), З(Z) з(z), И(Ï) и(ï), Й(Y) й(y), К(K) к(k), Қ(Q) қ(q), Л(L) л(l), М(M) м(m), Н(N) н(n), Ң(Ñ) ң(ñ), О(O) о(o), Ө(Ö) ө(ö), П(P) п(p), Р(R) р(r), С(S) с(s), Т(T) т(t), У(W) у(w), Ұ(U) ұ(u), Ү(Ü) ү(ü), Ф(F) ф(f), Х(X) х(x), Һ(H) һ(h), Ц(C) ц(c), Ч(Ç) ч(ç), Ш(Ş) ш(ş), Щ(Şş) щ(şş), Ъ(ʺ) ъ(ʺ), Ы(I) ы(ı), І(İ) і(i), Ь(ʹ) ь(ʹ), Э(É) э(é), Ю(Yw) ю(yw), Я(Ya) я(ya)

RussianEdit

 
Russian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia ru

PronunciationEdit

LetterEdit

і ‎(i) ‎(lower case, upper case І)

  1. (obsolete) Letter dotted i (Cyrillic) (in Russian: и десятери́чное n(i desjateríčnoje, i decimal). Replaced by the letter И(I) in the spelling reform of 1917.

UkrainianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

LetterEdit

і ‎(i) ‎(lower case, upper case І)

  1. The twelfth letter of the Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabet. It is preceded by И(Y) and followed by Ї(Ji).

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Slavic *i, from Proto-Indo-European *ei, an early locative singular determiner, formed from the root *h₁e-, *h₁o-. Compare Greek εἰ(eἰ, if), Gothic 𐌴𐌹(ei, and, so that, be it). Follows from ablative Proto-Indo-European *ed.

ConjunctionEdit

і ‎(i)

  1. and, also, even
SynonymsEdit
  • й(j) (used after vowels)
  • та(ta)

ParticleEdit

і ‎(i)

  1. Augmentative particle, even, and.

Etymology 3Edit

Primal interjection in response to pain, fear, surprise. Common to many languages.

InterjectionEdit

і ‎(i)

  1. expressing pain, fear, surprise, joy, disappointment, anger, hatred, etc.

ReferencesEdit

  • Melʹnyčuk O. S., editor (1982–2012), “і”, in Etymolohičnyj slovnyk ukrajinsʹkoji movy [Etymological Dictionary of the Ukrainian Language] (in Ukrainian), Kiev: Naukova Dumka
  •   Латинська абетка on the Ukrainian Wikipedia.Wikipedia uk
  • (Cyrillic script letters) А(A) а(a), Б(B) б(b), В(V) в(v), Г(H) г(h), Ґ(G) ґ(g), Д(D) д(d), Е(E) е(e), Є(Je) є(je), Ж(Ž) ж(ž), З(Z) з(z), И(Y) и(y), І(I) і(i), Ї(Ji) ї(ji), Й(J) й(j), К(K) к(k), Л(L) л(l), М(M) м(m), Н(N) н(n), О(O) о(o), П(P) п(p), Р(R) р(r), С(S) с(s), Т(T) т(t), У(U) у(u), Ф(F) ф(f), Х(X) х(x), Ц(C) ц(c), Ч(Č) ч(č), Ш(Š) ш(š), Щ(Šč) щ(šč), Ь(ʹ) ь(ʹ), Ю(Ju) ю(ju), Я(Ja) я(ja)