Indo-European Table 1, Etruscan Vocabulary, Etruscan Phrases, with Indo-European cognates

5.08.2021 Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages; Proto-Indo-European (PIE):





Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Part 6

by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)













Table 1, Section 1B.1: Indo-European words as they relate to Etruscan. Notes: *Armenian W = West Armenian; E = East Armenian.


Sanskrit

Avestan, Persian, Georgian, Hurrian, Akkadian

Slavic, Baltic, Romanian,
Finnish-Uralic


Greek, Albanian,
Armenian, Basque


Latin

other

English

Etruscan

mayaa, mayi,
me (mine),
maam (me)
maamakam
(from me)
svaam (of myself)


kn, mar, mle man, pron. mine; xodam, myself (Avestan)
maiby
[ma], man,
من my,
mvya, mm
[azem], me, man ra,
من را me (Persian)

მე
, me, ჩემთვის,
chemtvis, to me, ჩემი, chemi, mine, my   (Georgian)


ukə, o-, me, -, -me, to me, '-ukə, -uka-, uki-, -ki- my, -də, 1st pers. Personal suffix (Urartian)
u-u-we, mine, u--ta, u-da, uda, to me, ura,   with me, '-tta, -d, '-tta, -t , encl. pron. me, -iffə, -iffē-, -iffu-, suffix, my (Hurrian)

ji, for me, to me, pers. Pron. Dat., jti, to me, pers. Pron., Acc., Gen., Dat., (Akkadian)

мне, mnie, me, to me, шахта, achta, mine, мой, moj, my (Belarusian)
mi, me, meni, to me,
rudnik, mine, moj, my (Croatian)
ja, mi, mnie, me, mj, my (Polish)

men, min, meim (i); maja (i), my (Baltic-Sudovian)
mani, me, uz mani, to me, raktuves, mine, mans, my (Latvian)

mane (Lithuanian)
pe mine, me, mie, to me, a  ME(A) mine, mele, my (Romanian)

minulle, me, to me, kaivos, mine, minun, my (Finnish-Uralic)





μου, mou, me, δικος μου, dikos mou, mine, mou, my (Greek)
ինձ
, indz, me, իմը, imy, mine, իմ,
im, my (Armenian)
m, me, pr mua, to me, imja, mine, im, my (Albanian)

niri, me, ni, me, I (Basque)

ego, I, mei, (Gen., of me) mihi, (Dat., to, for, me);  me, (Acc., me, object of sentence); me, (Abl., by, with, from me),
meus, -a -um, my, mea, mine

mei, (Gen. of myself), mihi, (Dat. to, for myself), me, (Abl. with myself),


meae, mei, (Gen. of my), meae, meo, (Dat. to, for my), meam (f.) meum (m. pl.), (Acc. object of sentence),  mea, meo, (Abl. by, with, from my), mea, mee, meum,Voc. (used when addressing someone);

sui, of him, herself, his, her, sibi, to himself, to herself, se, himself, herself, se, by himself, by herself;

ipse-a-um, self





om, me, to me, mo, my (Irish)
mi, me, mo, my, dhmhsa, to me (Scott)
fi, me, i mi, to me, fy, my Welsh)
me, me, mio, my, mecco, with me, to me (Italian)
me, me, mon, my, pour moi, to me (French)



મને, Manē, me, to me,
ખાણ, Khāṇa, mine, મારા, Mārā, my (Gujarati)
bana, me, to me, benim, mine, my (Turkish)

мен, men, me, маған, mağan, to me, менікі, meniki, mine, менің, meni, mine, my (Kazakh)
men, me, menga, to me, meniki, mine,  mening, my (Uzbek)

ман, man, me, my, ба ман, ʙa man, to me, мина, mina, mine (Tajik)

мага, maga, me, to me, меники, meniki, mine, менин, menin, mine (Kyrgyz)

би, bi, me, надад, nadad, to me, мминийх, miniikh, mine, иний, minii, my (Mongolian)

我, , I, me, myself, 對我來說, Du wǒ li shuō, to me, mine, 我的, de, my (Traditional Chinese)

mu, for,to me (Palaic)  amu, mi-: me,  I, emi (nom.sg. emi, acc. sg.c, emi, acc.pl.c. emis, nom.-acc.pl.n. mmja (Lycian)

mu, mi, for, to me, mu, me, I, (Luvian) 

am-mu -mu, I, me, ammuk, me, -mu, to me, -mi-, ma, mi, -miss-, YA, my, emi (nom. sg.c. emis, acc. sg.c. emu, dat.-loc.sg. emi, dat. loc.(pl?) eminan, eminas?, my, nom.sg.c, mis, mies, meis. voc.sg., mi, my, me: met, mit. acc.sg.c, man, min. nom. -acc. sg. n, met, mit. gen. sg. -mas. dat.-loc.sg., mi, mit. all. sg., ma. abl./instr.mit. nom. pl.c, mis. acc.pl.c, muus. acc. pl.n, met, mit. gen. pl., man, ukila, I, myself (Hittite)

my, me, mine

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mi, Script M-1, AD-1, L-11, L-15, AB-1, VF-1, OU-1, AV-6, PM-1, PA-1, PJ-2
(My: L.Gen. Single M., N. mei, Nom. Pl. mei)

See also "me,"l' Part 5-75, including:



me, Script, Z122,
Z224, N149, N280,N357, N363, N391, N485, N582, Q311,Q360, Q551, R459, R474, R619
Me, Script M45


mi, me, mia; me, mine; mek, of me, from me


mek, Script N74,
N112, N139, N173, N206, N216, N230,
Q311, Q326, Q452, Q521, Q784, Q795,
Q806, Q813, Q829, Q837, Q863, Q871,
TC213, Au22




See also, "I, myself,"
4-110

ips, Script AJ-1
x mahمه May (Persian)
მაისი, 
maisi, May (Georgian)
можа, moa, May (Belarusian)
svibanj, May (Croatian)

Może, May (Polish) Maijs, May (Latvian)
Mai, May (Romanian)
saattaa, May (Finnish-Uralic)

Ενδέχεται, Endchetai, May (Greek)
Մայիս,
Mayis, May (Armenian)
Mund, May (Albanian)


Maiatz, May (Basque)
Maia-ae; adj. Maius-a-um;
  May
mBealtaine, May (Irish)
A Chitean, May (Scott)
Mai, May
(Welsh)
maggio, May (Italian)
mai, May (French)
May, month or Maia, mother of Mercury

6-2
mia, Script Au-3, Au93; VF-1
x x x x x x Midas, king of Phrygia

6-3
Midai Script XA-6
(Note the same spelling of Midas as Midai in the Assyrian Chronicles - See Phrygian1g.html
x x x x mica-ae, morsel/grain/crumb x small, morsel, grain, crumb

6-3a

See 6-103 for details
MIK, MIK, Script, N686, N719
sahasram, thousand
hezar,هزار  thousand (Persian)
ათასი,
atasi, thousand (Georgian)

līmu, thousand,