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EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From interrogative and relative pronouns of European languages, such as French (qui, que, quoi, quel, quand, comment, combien), Italian (che), Russian (кто, как, какой, куда, когда)

PrefixEdit

ki-

  1. wh-, what (interrogative/relative correlative prefix)

Derived termsEdit


Haitian CreoleEdit

PrefixEdit

ki-

  1. what, which (interrogative prefix)

HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈki]
  • (file)

PrefixEdit

ki-

  1. (verbal prefix) It indicates actions with outward direction or actions aiming fulfillment.
    megy (to go)kimegy (to exit, to go out)

Derived termsEdit

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PipilEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

ki-

  1. (personal) it, her, him, third-person singular object marker.
    Te kikak aka
    Nobody heard it/him/her

Usage notesEdit

  • When the prefix "-ki-" is being preceded by a subject marker o followed by an initial "i" in the verb, it loses its own i and becomes just "-k-", as in this example:
Nikneki se kinia
I want (it) a banana

See alsoEdit

  • yaja (personal pronoun)

SwahiliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Bantu *kɪ̀-.

PrefixEdit

ki- (plural vi-)

  1. The prefix for noun class 7 denoting artefacts (objects made by humans).
    1. Forms the name of a language.
    KiswahiliSwahili language
    KiingerezaEnglish language
    1. Forms a diminutive indicating that something is small or has a physical defect.
    kitotobaby (diminutive of mtoto))
    kilemaa crippled person (physical defect)

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