S. [N.] gwanur, n. “kinsman, kinswoman”


N. gwanur n. “kinsman, kinswoman”

References ✧ Ety/NŌ.035; Ety/THEL.059; Ety/TOR.077; Ety/WŌ.052; EtyAC/NŌ.019

Glosses

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Elements

go- “together” ✧ Ety/WŌ.047 (†gwa-)

Cognates

Derivations

Phonetic Developments

ON. wanūro > gwanur [wanūro] > [gwanūro] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/NŌ.035
ON. wanúre > gwanur [wanūre] > [gwanūre] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/THEL.059
ON. wanūro > gwanur [wanūro] > [gwanūro] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/TOR.077

G. gwanos n. “family, birth, heredity”

References ✧ GG/08.2701; GG/08.2703; GL/44.4401; GL/61.3901

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Inflections

i·ngwanos soft-mutation ng-mutation ✧ GG/08.2703

Elements

gwa- “together, in one; with” ✧ GL/44.4401-1 (*gwa-)
nôs “birthday; nature” ✧ GL/44.4406