Category:Proto-West Germanic i-stem nouns

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  1. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/furhisti
  2. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/handugripi
  3. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/listi
  4. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/beranwurti
  5. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/futi
  6. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/kamisi
  7. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/Danī
  8. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/paidiþi
  9. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/paidi
  10. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/gadursti
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  1. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/salīni
  2. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/nāhwawisti
  3. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/gadursti
  4. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/stigi
  5. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/kuʀi
  6. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/sihti
  7. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/anti
  8. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/spōdi
  9. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/hlasti
  10. Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/bini

Proto-West Germanic i-stem nouns.

These nouns are masculine, feminine or neuter, typically with the following endings:

  • in the nominative singular: -i;
  • in the genitive singular: ;
  • in the nominative plural: .

The stem classes are named from the perspective of Proto-Germanic and may not still be visible in Proto-West Germanic inflections. In Proto-Germanic, the masculine and feminine i-stems differed from the neuter i-stems in the nominative and accusative, but later sound changes caused the two classes to converge.


Pages in category "Proto-West Germanic i-stem nouns"

The following 168 pages are in this category, out of 168 total.