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\data\ie\piet
Proto-IE: *(e)me-, *(e)me-n-
Meaning: pron. pers. 1 sg
Hittite: ammuk 'mir, mich', -mi 'mein', -mu 'mir, mich', pal. -mu 'mir. mich', luw. -mu id., lyd. amu 'ich, mir', lyk. amu 'ich', emu / ẽmu 'mir' (Tischler 23, Friedrich 141, 144)
Tokharian: *mene- > *mñä- > ñä-, A nä-ṣ (m.), ñ-uk (f.), B ñ-aś (Adams 265)
Old Indian: mā encl.; mām; mé, me; mama; mahya(m) 'me'
Avestan: mā encl., o. mąm; mē, gath. mōi; mana; mā- 'mein'
Other Iranian: OPers gen. maiy; manā
Old Greek: emé, me, emége; moi̯, emói̯; emó-
Slavic: acc. *mę, gen. *mene, dat. *mī
Baltic: *me-, *men-, *man-
Germanic: *mi-ki
Latin: mē(d), mī (OLat gen. mīs); mihi
Other Italic: Umbr mehe
Celtic: OIr me-sse, mē (< *mĕ), Cymr mi, Ir -m- inf., suff.; Cymr myn-, meu-
Albanian: mua; im, geg iem 'mein'
Russ. meaning: 1 ед.
References: WP II 236
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