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Indo-European Lexicon

Anglo-French Reflex Index

Below we list 114 unique Anglo-French reflex spellings (words and affixes) in an alphabetic order suitable for the language family. Every spelling is linked to one or more pages, each showing a Proto-Indo-European etymon from which the reflex is derived along with other reflexes (in Anglo-French or other languages) derived from the same PIE etymon. A multi-morpheme reflex may, like English werewolf, be derived from multiple PIE etyma; or a single spelling may, like English bear or lie, represent multiple reflexes derived from different PIE etyma.

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ReflexEtyma
acatourkap-
aloper1. ku̯elp-
amenable1. men-
annuiteat-
araierreidh-
arainer1. ar-
arayerreidh-
areiner1. ar-
arener1. ar-
arsonā̆s-
asetzsā-
asseoursed-
assetzsā-
aunteam(m)a
autourau̯eg-
avoider1. eu-
awarder8. u̯er-
barbourbhardhā
benfet2. deu-, 2. dhē-
bille2. b(e)u-
billette2. b(e)u-
breubh(e)reu-
broillerbh(e)reu-
buket2. b(e)u-
bullion2. b(e)u-
burglerbhereg̑h-
calender6. kel-
caroine4. (s)ker-
carre2. k̑ers-
celer4. k̑el-
chalice7. kel-
chauce4. (s)kel-
chaucer4. (s)kel-
chaucher4. (s)kel-
chauçure4. (s)kel-
courteour4. g̑her-
coverelythlegh-, 5. u̯er-
cruet3. ger-
cueristre4. g̑her-
decreistre2. k̑er-
defesance2. dhē-
despleierplek̑-
dismal2. mel-
dowariedō-
duetéghabh-
eire1. ei-
emprouer2a. per-
endentered-
enditerdeik̑-
endouerdō-
enfeoffer2. pek̑-
enhauncer2. al-
escaubers4. (s)ker-
eschekerkþē(i)-
escorgereig-
espaundre1. pet-
estendre1. ten-
estovers1. op-
ewerakā-
femedhē(i)-
feoffement2. pek̑-
feoffer2. pek̑-
fevrefue1. bheug-
flotesonpleu-
gettesoni̯ē-
gisti̯ē-
hauceour2. al-
interessees-
jupartii̯ek-
jureei̯eu̯os-
lavendre(s)lī-
lesser(s)lēg-
lessour(s)lēg-
liable4. leig-
mahaim1. mai-
mangler1. mai-
mete1. mei-
nounen(o)mn̥-
nounsuyte1.
nusauncenek̑-
oir8. au̯-
ordinarie1. ar-
ousterstā-
oyez8. au̯-
parcener2c. per-
passer1. pet-
peilpi-lo-
pelpā̆k̑-
pelterie3b. pel-
plitplek̑-
profrer1. bher-
purloigner5. del-
purport2b. per-
purporter2b. per-
pursuer1. sek-
pylepi-lo-
remedie1. med-
replevinedhl̥gh-
replevirdhl̥gh-
several2d. per-
soilsed-
soketsū̆-s
suitor1. sek-
surgieng̑hesor-
teinter1. teng-
toiller1. (s)teu-
toyl1. (s)teu-
tumbetēu-
venterudero-
verditdeik̑-
viser2. u̯(e)id-
wageureu̯adh-
weyveru̯eip-
wimbleu̯eip-

See also: Old French