"anokay" meaning in Ainu

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Pronoun

IPA: [ànòꜛkáj]
Etymology: From a (“impersonal prefix”) + oka (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “those which are (someone)”. Etymology templates: {{compound|ain|a|oka|i|lit=those which are (someone)|t1=impersonal prefix|t2=is|t3=nominalising suffix}} a (“impersonal prefix”) + oka (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “those which are (someone)” Head templates: {{head|ain|pronouns|Kana spelling|アノカィ|f1sc=Kana|head=|sc=Latn|tr=-}} anokay (Kana spelling アノカィ), {{ain-pron|l|アノカィ}} anokay (Kana spelling アノカィ)
  1. one, some people (impersonal plural pronoun)
    Sense id: anokay-ain-pron-6GyHzers
  2. (inclusive) we (first-person plural subject pronoun) Tags: inclusive
    Sense id: anokay-ain-pron-aL8HAgkH Categories (other): Ainu pronouns, Ainu terms with redundant script codes Disambiguation of Ainu pronouns: 34 43 23 Disambiguation of Ainu terms with redundant script codes: 6 70 24
  3. you (polite, both singular and plural)
    Sense id: anokay-ain-pron-joAADxQ6
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: aoka [Saru, dialectal], aokay
Related terms: kuani, kani1, ku=, k=1 [before-vowel], en=, ciokay, coka1, ciutari, ci=, c=1 =as, un=, aoka1, anutari, a=, =an, i=, eani, e=, eciokay, ecioka1, eciutari, eci=, sinuma, anihi, ∅=, okay, oka1, asinuma, 1. Saru dialect

Alternative forms

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      "ipa": "[ànòꜛkáj]"
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      "_dis1": "0 0 0",
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    },
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      "word": "anihi"
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    {
      "word": "okay"
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          "some people",
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      "word": "aoka"
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    }
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  "called_from": "form_descriptions/1698",
  "msg": "unrecognized head form: Kana spelling アノカィ",
  "path": [
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  ],
  "section": "Ainu",
  "subsection": "pronoun",
  "title": "anokay",
  "trace": ""
}

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