Old Czech edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *jьti.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (13th CE) /ˈjiːci/
  • IPA(key): (15th CE) /ˈjiːci/

Verb edit

jíti impf

  1. to go, to move; to walk [+ s (instrumental) = with what/whom]
  2. to leave, to go away [+ ot (genitive)]
  3. to go through, to pass [+ skrzě (accusative)]
  4. to appear [+ přěd (accusative) = before what/whom]
  5. to gather, to assemble [+ v (accusative)]
  6. to enter; to return; to arrive
  7. to follow [+ za (instrumental) = what/whom]
  8. to approach; to identify with [+ v (accusative)]
  9. to fight, to oppose [+ na (accusative)] or [+ proti (dative)]
  10. to stick to something, to behave in a certain way, to live in a certain way [+instrumental]
  11. to get oneself into a situation [+ v (accusative)]
  12. (impersonal) to be threatened with a punishment [+dative = subject] [+ o (accusative)], [+ na (accusative)], or [+ k (dative) = what punishment]
  13. (of a path) to go, to lead
  14. (of sound, steam, or other things) to spread
  15. (of liquid) to flow
  16. (of a smell) to emanate
  17. (impersonal) to happen [+dative]
  18. (of money) to belong to someone
  19. (of proprety) to enter someone's possession
  20. (of records) to comply [+dative = whom] [+ podlé (genitive) = according to what]
  21. to aim for some result [+ k (dative) = for what]
  22. to result from [+ k (dative)], [+ z (genitive)]
  23. (of matters, affairs, issues) to concern, to be about

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Descendants edit

  • Czech: jít

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