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Proto-IE: *so-
Meaning: pron. dem.
Hittite: a-si 'der betreffende', h.l. asi- (aśi-) (Tischler 80-81), si- (sa-) 'er', -si- 'sein, ihr', -si 'ihm, ihr, sich' (Friedrich 192)
Tokharian: B ṣañ 'own' (Adams 646); B samp 'that (one)' (676); A sa-, B se 'this' (PT *se) (698)
Old Indian: sá, sáḥ, f. sā 'this'; m. syáḥ, f. syā́ 'this' (acc. sīm)
Avestan: ha, hō, f. hā 'dieser, diese'; acc. hīm
Other Iranian: OPers m. hyah, f. hyā 'dies'; acc. OPers šim
Old Greek: ho, hǟ Artikel; hó- 'dieser'; Soph. hī́ 'sie'
Germanic: Got sa, sō usw.; Got si, OHG sī, si 'sie'
Latin: sapsa (OLat) 'ipsa', sum, sam, sōs, sās 'eum, eam, eos, eas'
Other Italic: Osk exo- 'hic'
Celtic: Gaul so-sin nemeton 'hoc sacellum', OIr (s)a n- neutr. des Artikels und Relativpron., -s- infigiertes pron. des 3. sg. f. und 3. pl.; OIr se 'dies', se, sa particula agentis der 1. sg.; OIr sī 'sie'
References: WP II 509
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