See also: ś, ś-, and Appendix:Variations of "s"
Derived from Old Polish jeś, from Proto-Slavic *esi.
- Second-person singular verb suffix.
- In colloquial usage, this suffix may be detached from the verb (leaving the verb in a third-person form), and instead attached to an adverbial, predicative or other word. The verb may be even omitted altogether; in that case, it is implied to be być (“to be”).
Inherited from Old Polish -ś, from Proto-Slavic *si. Cognate with Kashubian -s, Slovincian -š.
- Appended to relative/interrogative pronouns to form indefinite pronouns
-ś (feminine -sia)