Old Prussian

Conjugate Verbs

Facts

  • Language: Old Prussian
  • Alternate names: Prussian
  • Language code: prg
  • Language family: Indo-European, Baltic, Western
  • Number of speakers: Extinct
  • Script:

Introduction

Prussian is an extinct Baltic language, once spoken by the inhabitants of Prussia in north-eastern Poland and the Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia.

In Old Prussian itself, the language was called “Prūsiskan” (Prussian) or “Prūsiskai Bilā” (the Prussian language).

The verb

Sample verb: bûtwei

INDICATIVE IMPERATIVE OPTATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE
Present Past
Sg.1 asmâ  - ? bûlai bêi
Sg.2 asei  seîs ? bûlai
Sg.3 ast  - seîsei bûlai
Pl.1 asmai  bêimai - ? bûlimai
Pl.2  astê  bêitê seîtê ? bûlaitê
Pl.3  ast  bêi - ? bûlai

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