I can think of four verbs:Naava wrote:What kind of shift is nihe? Is there a verb like, idk, nihetama?
ainurakne wrote:I don't know about nihke. This is the first time I heard this. Must be a dialectal thing.
And could very well be related to Finnish nihkeä (although, I couldn't find any info about it).
[EKSS] "Eesti keele seletav sõnaraamat wrote:nihke ‹1› ‹adj›
HRV niiske. *Oli olnud nihke öö, kollased pilved rippusid madalas, lombid õhkusid kui fosforist. F. Tuglas.
Linguaphile wrote:I hadn't heard it either. I just found it in EKSS when I saw it on Naava's list:
Maybe it's a northern dialect word? Or just a (possibly older or simply less common) variant?
Naava wrote:Linguaphile wrote:I hadn't heard it either. I just found it in EKSS when I saw it on Naava's list:
*Irusia's. I haven't made any lists, I'm too lazy for that. (And busy, lately. I've just finished my BA thesis! )
Irusia wrote:Ma nägin sõna "nihked" selles lauses: "Nihked inimeste sotsiaalses staatuses sunnivad riiki otsima sobivaid väljundeid".
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