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ONE

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UN-

This group has only Celtic and Romance languages:

Old Breton: un

Middle Breton: un

Breton: un

Cornish: unn

Old Welsh: un

Middle Welsh: un

Welsh: un

Manx: un

Franco-Provençal: un

Friulian: un

Occitan: un

Old French: un

French: un

Walloon: un

Old Portuguese: un

Fala: un

Galician: un

Catalan: un

Latin: ūnus

Oscan: 𐌖𐌉𐌍𐌖𐌔 (uinus)

Umbrian: 𐌖𐌍𐌔 (uns)

Aromanian: un, unu

Asturian: unu

Corsican: unu

Emilian: unu

Esperanto: unu

Italian: uno, un

Neapolitan: uno, nu

Romanian: unu, un

Sardinian: unu

Spanish: uno, un

Venetian: uno, un

Lombard: vun


UM-

Portuguese: um


EN-

Sanskrit: एन (éna)

Old Frisian: ēn

Old Saxon: ēn

Middle Low German: ên

Sauerländisch: ên

Norn: en

Norwegian Bokmål: en

Old Swedish: ēn

Swedish: en

Danish: en

Old Dutch: ēn

Alemannic German: en

Gutnish: en, h'en

German Low German: een

Saterland Frisian: een

Föhr-Amrum: een

Westmünsterländisch: een, eene

Plautdietsch: een

Middle Dutch: êen

Dutch: een

Luxembourgish: een

Afrikaans: een


EIN-

Limburgish: ein

Old High German: ein

Middle High German: ein

Middle Low German: ein

German: ein

Old Norse: einn

Icelandic: einn

Faroese: ein

Norwegian Nynorsk: ein

Westrobothnian: ejn

Alemannic German: äin


ED-

Slovene: édən, ȅn

Bulgarian: еди́н (edín)

Macedonian: е́ден (éden)


IED-

Old Church Slavonic: ѥдинъ (jedinŭ)

Upper Sorbian: jedyn

Silesian: jedyn

Rusyn: єде́н (jedén)

Czech: jeden

Kashubian: jeden

Polish: jeden, jedynka

Slovak: jeden

Serbo-Croatian: јѐдан, jèdan

Russian: еди́ный (jedínyj) ("single")

Ukrainian: єди́ний (jedýnyj) ("single")


IEN-

Sylt: jen

West Frisian: ien

Elfdalian: ien

West Flemish: ien, jin


IAD-

Polabian: jadån

Slovincian: jȧ̃děn

Lower Sorbian: jaden


AD-

Belarusian: адзі́н (adzin)

Russian: оди́н (odín)


AN- AIN-

Old English: ān, ǣn

Old Frisian: ān

Saterland Frisian: aan

Gutnish: ann

English: an

Middle English: an

Alemannic German: an, ain

Scots: ane

Gothic: 𐌰𐌹𐌽𐍃 (ains)

Westrobothnian: ajn

Old Prussian: ainan (accusative singular)


AIV-

Old Persian: aiva-


IAN-

Föhr-Amrum: ian

Helgoland: iaan, jaan


OIN- ON-

Old Latin: oinos

Ravensbergisch-Lippisch: åine

Venetian: on

English: one

Middle English: on, oon

Mooring: ån


ION-

Dalmatian: join

Franco-Provençal: yon


AON-

Irish: aon

Scottish Gaelic: aon


AEU-

Avestan: aēuua


OEN-

Old Irish: óen


OAN-

Cimbrian: òan


OD-

Ukrainian: оди́н (odýn)


ES-

Old Polish: es ("one horse chariot")


EK-

---> Indonesian: eka

---> Sinhalese: එක (eka)

---> Malay: eka

Sanskrit: एक (éka)

Bengali: এক (ek)

Hindustani: एक, ایک‎ (ek)

Assamese: এক (ek)

Punjabi: ਇੱਕ (ek)

Sylheti: ex

Middle Persian: ēwak, ēk


IEK-

Kurdish: yek


IAK-

Persian: یک‎ (yak)

Tajik: як (yak)


VIEN-

Latvian: viens

Lithuanian: vienas


VIN-

Latgalian: vīns


IN-

Romansch: in

Wiedingharde: iin

Mooring: iinj


NIE-

Albanian: një

Westmünsterländisch: ne

Ripuarian: ne


E

East Central German: e, ä

Hessian: e

Assamese: এ- (e-)

Middle Persian: ē

Persian: ـی‎ (-ē)

Tajik:

Sylheti: e-


U-

Old Portuguese: ũu

Istriot: ur

Cimbrian: ummaz


OI-

Ancient Greek: οἶος (oîos)


IO-

Bactrian: ιωγο (iōgo)


IU-

Ossetian: иу (iu)


AAR-

Wiedingharde: aarn


A

Bavarian: a

Alemannic German: a

English: a

Middle English: a


Article created on the 7th of April 2019.


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