"eani" meaning in Ainu

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Pronoun

IPA: [èꜛánʲí]
Etymology: From e (“2nd-person singular prefix”) + an (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “that which is you”. Etymology templates: {{compound|ain|e|an|i|lit=that which is you|t1=2nd-person singular prefix|t2=is|t3=nominalising suffix}} e (“2nd-person singular prefix”) + an (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “that which is you” Head templates: {{head|ain|pronouns|Kana spelling|エアニ|f1sc=Kana|head=|sc=Latn|tr=-}} eani (Kana spelling エアニ), {{ain-pron|l|エアニ}} eani (Kana spelling エアニ)
  1. you, thou (second-person singular pronoun)
    Sense id: en-eani-ain-pron-6lIRZ0UL Categories (other): Ainu entries with incorrect language header, Ainu pronouns, Ainu terms with redundant script codes Related terms: kuani, kani1, ku=, k=1 [before-vowel], en=, ciokay, coka1, ciutari, ci=, c=1 =as, un=, anokay, aoka1, anutari, a=, =an, i=, e=, eciokay, ecioka1, eciutari, eci=, sinuma, anihi, ∅=, okay, oka1, asinuma, 1. Saru dialect

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        "t2": "is",
        "t3": "nominalising suffix"
      },
      "expansion": "e (“2nd-person singular prefix”) + an (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “that which is you”",
      "name": "compound"
    }
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  "etymology_text": "From e (“2nd-person singular prefix”) + an (“is”) + i (“nominalising suffix”), literally “that which is you”.",
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        },
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        },
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    }
  ],
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      "word": "=an"
    },
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      "word": "e="
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    {
      "word": "ecioka1"
    },
    {
      "word": "eciutari"
    },
    {
      "word": "eci="
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      "word": "sinuma"
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      "word": "anihi"
    },
    {
      "word": "∅="
    },
    {
      "word": "okay"
    },
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      "word": "oka1"
    },
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      ],
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    {
      "ipa": "[èꜛánʲí]"
    }
  ],
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}

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