"miar" meaning in Cimbrian

See miar in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Pronoun

Etymology: From Middle High German mir, from Old High German mir, from Proto-Germanic *miz (“me”). Cognate with German mir, English me. Etymology templates: {{inh|cim|gmh|mir}} Middle High German mir, {{inh|cim|goh|mir}} Old High German mir, {{inh|cim|gem-pro|*miz||me}} Proto-Germanic *miz (“me”), {{cog|de|mir}} German mir, {{cog|en|me}} English me Head templates: {{head|cim|pronoun form}} miar
  1. (Sette Comuni) dative of ich: me, to me Tags: Sette-Comuni, dative, form-of Form of: ich (extra: me, to me)

Download JSON data for miar meaning in Cimbrian (1.9kB)

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