Reconstructions

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*ˀVnar-, *ˀVran- - a small predatory mammal (SED II No. 8)
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*ˀnš - (to be) weak (Kogan 2015: 444)
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*ˀantā̆ - thou (masc. sg.) (CDG 32, Kogan 2009:66, Kogan 2015: 35)

CDG 32: 'you'

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*ˀanṯ-at- - woman (Kogan 2015:44)
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*ˀantī̆ - you (fem. sg.) (Kogan 2009:66)
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*ˀantina - you (fem. pl.) (Kogan 2009:67)
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*ˀantumū̆ - you (masc. pl.) (Kogan 2009:67)

In individual languages there are different ways of opposing the masculine form of the 2 pl. pronoun to the feminine one. In Akk. the two forms are opposed through the vocalic contrast in the second and third syllables (masc. -u-...-u vs. fem. -i-...-a) with no consonantal contrast (-n- in both genders). In Heb., Arb., Gez., Hrs., Jib. the gender opposition is provided by the third consonant (masc. -m- vs. fem. -n-) alongside with some vocalic differences. The mere consonantal opposition seems to be present only in Mehri. See Kogan 2009:67.

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*ˀVnVy- - vessel, receptacle (HALOT 70, CDG 410, Fronzaroli 1966‒1967: 212, 1972: 627, Kogan 2015: 282)
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*ˀa(n)yaṣ-, *ˀanṣaw/y- - weasel, mouse (SED II No. 26)
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*ˀa(n)z/ḏar- - kind of wild cat (SED II No. 9)