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Proto-IE: *nē, *ne, *ney
Meaning: part. negat.
Hittite: natta 'nicht', nawi 'noch nicht' (Friedrich 149)
Tokharian: A a(n)-, B e(n)- 'negative prefix' (PT *e(n)-) (Adams 83)
Old Indian: na, nā 'not'; ned 'not, not indeed'; a- `un-'
Avestan: na 'nicht'; naē-čiš 'keiner'; nōit 'durchaus nicht'; a-
Other Iranian: OPers na 'nicht'; nay 'durchaus nicht'; a-
Armenian: an-
Old Greek: ne-; a-, an-
Slavic: *ne; *nē-kъto usw.; *nī, *nī-kъto
Baltic: *nē̆, *nei
Germanic: *nē, *ni, *nai; *un-
Latin: ne-fas, ne-sciō, ne-cesse, ne-uter, ne-que; nē 'nicht; dass nicht', nī, OLat nei 'nicht, gar nicht; si non'; qid-nī; in- (ält. en-)
Other Italic: Osk ne 'non, nē'; ni 'ne', nei 'nicht', neip 'neque'; Osk, Umbr an-; Marruc ni 'nē'
Celtic: OIr ne-ch 'aliquis', Cymr nep 'qiuspiam', OIr nō, no, nū, Cymr neu, OBret nou 'oder'; OIr ni, nī, MCymr ny, NCymr ni, Corn ny, Bret ne 'nicht'; OIr in-, ē-, an-, Cymr, Corn, Bret an-
References: WP II 319 f
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