Anhang:Proto-Indo-Europääsch/h₁néwn̥

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Düsse Indrag bargt rekunstrueerte Wöör un Wörtels. Dat heet, dat de Begrepen in düssen Indrag nich direkt nawiest sünd. Man se nimmt an, dat he so existeert hett, wat sik op verglieken Bewiesen grünnt.

Proto-Indo-Europääsch

Numeral

*h₁néwn̥

Bedüden

  1. negen

Etymologie

According to one theory, related to the PIE adjective *néwos (new), allegedly an endingless locative meaning "in the new" (reinforced by the preposition *en (in), traces of which can allegedly also be seen in Ancient Greek and Armenian reflexes), from the heteroclitic r/n-stem néwr̥ ~ néwn̥, former of which reflexes can be seen in Ancient Greek νεαρός (nearos, young, youthful) and Armenian նոր (nor, new). However, prothetic vowels in Greek and Armenian are today usually explained as reflexes of word-initial laryngeal #h₁-, and the evidence is overwhelming that the geminated -νν- of Ancient Greek ἐννέα (ennea) is of secondary development. The assumption that PIE had a quaternary system (base 4) or octal system (base 8) at some point in prehistory is supported with even less evidence.

Another theory (Blažek 1999:199) takes *h₁néwn̥ to be the accusative of an old primary noun *h₁enu- (lack) and thus related to *h₁new (without) (whence e.g. Greek ἄνευ (aneu), German ohne).

Nakamen

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? Referenzen un wiederföhren Informatschonen

  1. 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3 1,4 1,5 1,6 www.etymologiebank.nl, negen; Lenk: http://www.etymologiebank.nl/trefwoord/negen
  • 1991, Werner Winter, Some thoughts about IE numerals p. 13-14
  • 1999, Václav Blažek, Numerals. Comparative-etymological analyses and their implications. Brno: Masarykova universita.

Vörlaag:PIE numerals