Q. #cir-, v. “to cut, *cleave; *to sail”

@@@ Helge Fauskanger suggested that it means “sail” in Markirya: (QQ/círa).

References ✧ MC/221; WJ/365, 368

Inflections

kiri- aorist “cut” ✧ WJ/365.3901-2; WJ/368.1812-2
kíra present “leave” ✧ MC/221.4003

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Derivations


ᴱQ. kiri- v. “to cleave; *to sail”

References ✧ MC/216; PE16/56-57, 60, 100, 104

Glosses

Variations

Changes

Inflections

kirilde ?   ✧ PE16/057.2601; PE16/060.2101; PE16/060.3301
kiryelle ?   ✧ PE16/057.4106
kiirier past 3rd-sg-masc   ✧ PE16/104.0503
kírier past 3rd-sg-masc “clove” ✧ MC/216.1403; PE16/100.0503
kiryinqe present infinitive   ✧ PE16/056.2604
kiryinqen present infinitive   ✧ PE16/056.0305

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Derivations


ᴱQ. lutu- v. “to flow, float, sail”

References ✧ LT1A/Alqaluntë; MC/213, 216; PE16/56-57, 60-62, 72, 74, 77, 100, 104, 134; QL/57

Glosses

Variations

Changes

Inflections

lutya active-participle   ✧ PE16/077.0301
lúte aorist “leave” ✧ MC/213.2003
lunte past   ✧ PE16/056.0304; PE16/057.2504
lunte past   ✧ PE16/060.3503; PE16/061.3905
lūte past   ✧ PE16/060.2004; PE16/060.3204; QL/057.2003
luutier past 3rd-sg-masc   ✧ PE16/104.0203
lútier past 3rd-sg-masc “sailed” ✧ MC/216.1103; PE16/100.0203
lutilya past active-participle   ✧ PE16/056.0204
lutsilja past active-participle   ✧ PE16/072.1401
lutsilya past active-participle   ✧ PE16/057.2401; PE16/060.1801; PE16/060.3001; PE16/074.1001
lutsilya past active-participle “sailing” ✧ PE16/062.1001

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Cognates

Derivations

Phonetic Developments

ᴱ√LUTU > lutta- [lutta-] ✧ LT1A/Alqaluntë.036
ᴱ√LUTU > lutu- [lutu-] ✧ QL/057.2002