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SO-

---> Estonian: sõsar

---> Livonian: sõzār

---> Komi-Zyrian: созор (sozor)

Kashubian: sostra

Polish: siostra

Danish: søster

Norwegian Bokmål: søster

Lower Sorbian: sotša

Upper Sorbian: sotra

Latin: soror

Portuguese: soror

Aromanian: sorã

Italian: sorella, suora

Norman: soeu

Neapolitan: sora

Occitan: sòrre

Romanian: soră

Romansch: sora, sour

Sardinian: sorre, sorri

Sicilian: soru

Spanish: sor

Venetian: sorela, soreła


SA-

---> Erzya: сазор (sazor)

---> Moksha: сазор (sazor)

---> Ingrian: siar

Belarusian: сястра́ (sjastrá)

Tocharian A: ṣar

Dalmatian: saur, seraur

French: sœur


SE-

Lithuanian: sesuo

Old Church Slavonic: сестра ⱄⰵⱄⱅⱃⰰ (sestra)

East Slavic: сестра (sestra)

Russian: сестра́ (sestrá)

Rusyn: сестра́ (sestrá)

Ukrainian: сестра́ (sestrá)

Bulgarian: сестра́ (sestrá)

Macedonian: сестра (sestra)

Serbo-Croatian: сѐстра sèstra

Slovene: séstra

Czech: sestra

Polabian: sestră

Slovak: sestra

Plautdietsch: Sesta

Luxembourgish: Sëschter (archaic)

Tocharian B: ṣer


SVE- SUE-

Proto-Norse: ᛊᚹᛖᛊᛏᚨᚱ (swestar)

Old Prussian: swestro

Old English: sweostor, sweoster

Old Frisian: swester

Old Saxon: swestar

Low German: swester, süster, syster

Old High German: swester

Middle High German: swëster, suster, süster

Middle Low German: swester

German: Schwester

Central Franconian: Schwester

Luxembourgish: Schwëster

Crimean Gothic: schuuester

Silesian: šwestera


SVA- SPA- VA-

Sanskrit: स्वसृ (svásṛ), स्वसा (svásā)

Gandhari: spasu

Albanian: vajë (dialectal)

Albanian: vajzë ("girl")


SIS-

---> Finnish: sisar, sisko

---> Karelian: sisär

---> Veps: sizar

Middle English: sister

Scots: sister

English: sister

Yola: zister


SU- SY-

---> Udmurt: сузер (suzer)

Middle English: suster

Saterland Frisian: Suster

West Frisian: sus

Middle Low German: süster, syster

Middle Dutch: suster

Dutch: zus, zuster

Afrikaans: sus, suster

Old Norse: systir

Icelandic: systir

Faroese: systir

Norwegian Nynorsk: syster

Old Swedish: systir

Swedish: syster

Old Gutnish: systir

Gutnish: systar

Franco-Provençal: suer, seror

Friulian: sûr

Old Irish: siur, derbsiur

Irish: siúr, deirfiúr

Manh: shuyr

Gaulish: suiorebe (instrumental plural)


SWI-

Gothic: 𐍃𐍅𐌹𐍃𐍄𐌰𐍂 (swistar)


K- G-

Old Armenian: քոյր (kʿoyr)

Armenian: քույր (kʿuyr)

Old Breton: guoer

Baluchi: گوہار‎ (gohár), گہار‎ (guhár)


H-

Avestan: hᵛaŋhar

Middle Breton: hoer

Breton: c'hoar

Old Cornish: huir

Cornish: hwoer

Middle Welsh: chwaer

Welsh: chwaer

Khotanese: hvar

Kurdish: hwişk, hweh, خوشک‎ (hoshk)

Middle Persian: hwah(ar)

Persian: خواهر‎ (hâhar)

Ossetian Iron: хо (ho)

Ossetian Digor: хуæрæ (huæræ)

Pashto: خور‎ (hor)

Sogdian: hwār


OTHER

Scottish Gaelic: piuthar

Khowar: اسپسار‎ (ispusáar)

Ancient Greek: ἔορ (éor)


Article published on the 30th of October 2018.


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