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Proto-IE: *ne-, *nō-, *n-ge-, *n-sme-
Meaning: pron. pers. 1 pl./du.
Hittite: anzas 'uns' (D., Akk.), -nas 'uns' (Dat., Akk.) (Tischler 39, Friedrich 149)
Old Indian: du. nāu; encl. naḥ; a- in a-smā-
Avestan: encl. nǝ̄, nɔ̄, nō; ahma; poss. ahma-; gath. dual. nā
Other Iranian: OPers amāxam
Old Greek: nṓ; lesb. ámme, dor. hāmé; hǟméas, hǟmā̃s, hǟmẹ̄̃s; poss. lesb. ámmo-, dor, hāmó-; poss. hǟmétero-
Slavic: pl. acc. nɨ̄, obl. nā-; du. *nā
Baltic: *nō-
Germanic: *un-s (pl.), *un-k (du.)
Latin: nōs 'wir; uns'
Celtic: OIsl pl. gen. nār; Ir ni usw., gen. ar n-, Cymr, Corn, Bret ni, ny 'wir'
Albanian: nom. nam gen., dat., acc. ne
Russ. meaning: 1 мн.
References: WP II 320
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