Reconstruction:Proto-West Germanic/Sunnōn dag

This Proto-West Germanic entry contains reconstructed terms and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-West Germanic edit

Etymology edit

From *Sunnōn (the Sun's) +‎ *dag (day), calque of Latin diēs Sōlis (Sunday, literally day of the Sun).

Noun edit

*Sunnōn dag m

  1. Sunday

Inflection edit

Masculine a-stem
Nominative *Sunnōn dag
Genitive *Sunnōn dagas
Singular Plural
Nominative *Sunnōn dag *Sunnōn dagō, *Sunnōn dagōs
Accusative *Sunnōn dag *Sunnōn dagā
Genitive *Sunnōn dagas *Sunnōn dagō
Dative *Sunnōn dagē *Sunnōn dagum
Instrumental *Sunnōn dagu *Sunnōn dagum

Descendants edit

See also edit

Days of the week in Proto-West Germanic · *wikōn dagō (layout · text)
*Sunnōn dag *Mānini dag *Tīwas dag *Wōdanas dag *Þunras dag *Frījā dag *Sāturnas dag