Atayal edit

Pronoun edit

-su

  1. second-person singular genitive pronoun (enclitic)

References edit

  • P. Bellwood et al., Origins and Early Migrations of Austronesian-Speaking People, in Investigating Archaeological Cultures (→ISBN, 2011)

Finnish edit

Etymology edit

-sa +‎ -u

Suffix edit

-su (front vowel harmony variant -sy, linguistic notation -sU)

  1. Forms some adjectives.

Derived terms edit

Latin edit

Pronunciation edit

Suffix edit

-sū m

  1. ablative singular of -sus

Old Irish edit

Alternative forms edit

Pronunciation edit

Suffix edit

-su

  1. second-person singular emphatic suffix
    • c. 800–825, Diarmait, Milan Glosses on the Psalms, published in Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus (reprinted 1987, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies), edited and with translations by Whitley Stokes and John Strachan, vol. I, pp. 7–483, Ml. 56b31
      Cía techtid nach aile ní ad·chobrai-siu ⁊ ní techtai-siu ón immurgu, ní étaigther-su immanísin, .i. ní ascnae ⁊ ní charae; is sí indala ch[í]all les isindí as emulari in sin.
      Though another may possess what you may desire and you do however not possess, you should not be jealous of that thing, i.e. you should not seek after and love it; that is one of the two meanings that he finds in emulari.

Derived terms edit

See also edit

Rukai edit

Pronoun edit

-su

  1. second-person singular genitive pronoun (enclitic)

Usage notes edit

  • Used in Budai Rukai and Maga Rukai. Mantauran Rukai uses -ʔo.

References edit

  • P. Bellwood et al., Origins and Early Migrations of Austronesian-Speaking People, in Investigating Archaeological Cultures (→ISBN, 2011)

Tsou edit

Pronoun edit

-su

  1. second-person singular genitive pronoun (enclitic)

References edit

  • P. Bellwood et al., Origins and Early Migrations of Austronesian-Speaking People, in Investigating Archaeological Cultures (→ISBN, 2011)

Turkish edit

preceding vowel
A / I E / İ O / U Ö / Ü
-sı -si -su -sü

Suffix edit

-su

  1. Form of -si after the vowels O / U.