Word Family - New

Teaser

now, Naples, supernova, novel, announce, novice, Nobel Prize, new, innovate

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  • Proto-Indo-European *nu now, well, and then
    • Albanian nu when
    • Albanian ni now
    • Anatolian *nu
      • Hittite 𒉡 nu now, and
      • Cuneiform Luwian 𒈾𒀀𒉡𒌦 na-a-nu-un now
    • Balto-Slavic *nu
      • East Baltic
        • Lithuanian now, well
      • Slavic *nъ but, however
        • East Slavic нъ but
          • Russian но no but, yet
        • South Slavic
          • Old Church Slavonic нъ but
          • Serbo-Croatian но no but, however, than
    • Celtic *nu
      • Gaulish nu now
      • Old Irish no-
    • Germanic *nu
      • East Germanic
        • Gothic 𐌽𐌿 nu now, and so, so then
      • North Germanic ᚾᚢ nu
        • Old Norse now
          • Danish nu now, the present, a moment, an instant
          • Icelandic now
      • West Germanic
        • Old English now, just now
          • English now
        • Frankish *nū
          • Dutch nu now
        • Old High German nu
    • Hellenic *nu
      • Classical Greek νυ now (particle)
    • Indo-Iranian *nu
      • Indo-Aryan
        • Sanskrit नु now, at once, still
      • Iranian
        • Avestan 𐬥𐬏 nu now
        • Western Iranian
          • Northwestern Iranian
            • Kurdish niha now
    • Italic *nu
      • Italic *nu-per through now
        • Latin nūper newly, recently
    • Proto-Indo-European *nunó-
      • Balto-Slavic *nunái
        • East Baltic
          • Lithuanian nū̃n now, today, well
        • Slavic nyně now
          • East Slavic
            • Russian ны́не nýne now, today
            • Ukrainian ни́ні nýni today, at present
          • South Slavic
            • Old Church Slavonic нꙑнѣ nyně now
          • West Slavic
            • Czech nyní now
            • Old Polish ninie now, currently
              • Old Polish niniejszy now-er (comparative)
                • Polish niniejszy this, the present (topic)
      • Germanic
        • East Germanic
          • Gothic 𐌽𐌿𐌽𐌿 nunu now then, therefore
        • North Germanic
          • Old Norse
            • Icelandic núna now, currently
        • West Germanic
          • Old High German
            • German nun now, well
      • Hellenic
        • Classical Greek νῦν nûn now
          • Greek νυν nun now
      • Indo-Iranian *nūnám
        • Indo-Aryan *nūnám
          • Sanskrit 𑀦𑀽𑀦𑀫𑁆 nūnám
        • Iranian *nūrám
          • Avestan 𐬥𐬏𐬭𐬇𐬨 nūrə̄m
          • Western Iranian
            • Old Persian 𐎵𐎢𐎼𐎶 nu-u-r-m now
      • Italic *num
        • Latin num now, whether, if
          • Latin nunc now
    • Proto-Indo-European *néwos new, fresh, young, recent
      • Anatolian *néwos new, descendant
        • Hittite 𒉈𒂊𒌋𒉿𒀸 ne-e-u-wa-aš new, fresh
        • Luwian
          • Cuneiform Luwian 𒈾𒀀𒌑𒉿𒋾 nāúwati new ablative
          • Hieroglyphic Luwian ​​𔐤𔗬- na-wi-
        • Lycian *newe descendant
          • Lycian 𐊀𐊖𐊁𐊅𐊁𐊑𐊏𐊁𐊇𐊁 asedeñnewe collateral descendant
      • Balto-Slavic *náwas
        • Slavic *nòvъ new
          • East Slavic новъ novŭ
            • Russian но́вый nóvyj new, recent, modern
              • Russian Но́вая Земля́ Nóvaja Zemljá New Land (place name)
                • English Novaya Zemla
                • English Nova Zembla
            • East Slavic Новъгородъ Novŭgorodŭ New-Town, Novgorod
              • Russian Но́вгород Nóvgorod
                • English Novgorod
              • Ukrainian Но́вгород Nóvhorod
          • South Slavic
            • Old Church Slavonic новъ novŭ new
            • Serbo-Croatian но̏в nȍv new, recent, modern, fresh
          • West Slavic
            • Czech nový new
              • Czech Novotný Newcomer (surname)
            • Polish nowy new
          • Slavic *snòvъ again *sъn-+ *nòvъ ~ "with new"
            • East Slavic
              • Russian сно́ва snóva again
              • Ukrainian зно́ву znóvu again
            • West Slavic
              • Czech znova again
              • Polish znów again
      • Hellenic *néwos
        • Mycenaean Greek 𐀚𐀺 ne-wo new, young
        • Classical Greek νέος néos young, new, unexpected
          • Greek νέος néos young, modern, new
            • Greek νέο néo news
            • Classical Greek Νεάπολις Neā́polis New-City (place name)
              • Levantine Arabic نابلس nābulus Nablus
                • English Nablus
              • Maghrebi Arabic نابل nābil Nabeul
                • French Nabeul
                  • English Nabeul
              • Latin Neāpolis Naples
                • Western Romance
                  • French Naples Naples
                    • English Naples
                  • Italian Napoli Naples
                • Latin neāpolītānus Neapolitan
                  • English Neapolitan
          • New Latin neon
            • Translingual Ne
            • English neon
          • Classical Greek νέο- neo-
            • New Latin neo-
              • English neo-
              • New Latin neodidymium [1]
                • New Latin neodymium
                  • English neodymium
                  • Translingual Nd
      • Indo-Iranian *náwas
        • Indo-Aryan *náwas
          • Dardic
            • Kashmiri نۆو nov
          • Sanskrit 𑀦𑀯 náva new, fresh, young, recent, modern, novice
            • Elu
              • Sinhala නව nawa
            • Magadhi 𑀡𑀆 na-ā
              • Assamese no new
              • Bengali নয়া nôẏa new, fresh, recent, modern
            • Maharashtri
              • Marathi नवा navā
            • Sauraseni
              • Punjabi ਨਵਾਂ navā̃ new
              • Western Sauraseni
                • Romani nevo new
        • Iranian *náwah
          • Avestan 𐬥𐬀𐬎𐬎𐬀 nauua
          • Pashto نوی nëway new
          • Iranian *náwākah new [2]
            • Northern Iranian
              • Khotani navaka
            • Ossetian
              • Digor нӕуӕг næwæg new, fresh, young
              • Iron ног nog new, fresh, young
              • Sogdian 𐫗𐫇𐫀𐫐𐫇 nwʾkw
            • Western Iranian
              • Northwestern Iranian
                • Kurdish new
                • Parthian nwk new
                  • Parthian *nawa-kadag? new house?
                    • Old Armenian նաւակատիք nawakatikʿ inaugaration, dedication ceremony
                      • Armenian նավակատիք navakatikʿ eve of the Feast of Tabernacles
                  • Parthian *nawaβsarδ New Year
                    • Old Armenian նաւասարդ nawasard
                      • Armenian նավասարդ Navasard first month of the Armenian calendar
              • Old Persian
                • Middle Persian 𐭭𐭥𐭪𐭩 nwky new, recent
                  • Persian نو now new, fresh, pristine
                    • Persian نوروز Nowruz New Day, New Year's Day in Iranian/Zoroastrian Year
                      • English Nowruz
      • Italic *nowos new
        • Oscan 𐌍𐌞 new
        • Umbrian 𐌍𐌖𐌅𐌉𐌔 nuvis new
        • Latin novus new, fresh, young, recent, strange
          • Sardinian nou new
          • Eastern Romance
            • Romanian nou new
          • Western Romance
            • French neuf brand new
            • Italian nuovo new
            • Spanish nuevo new, fresh
          • Latin nova stēlla new star
            • New Latin nova nova
              • English nova
                • English supernova
          • Latin novellus new, young, fresh, newly made, novel
            • Vulgar Latin *novellus
              • Western Romance
                • Old French novel new
                  • French nouveau new
                  • English novel
                  • Old French novelté newness, novelty
                    • French nouveauté newness, novelty
                    • English novelty
              • Vulgar Latin *novella news, story neuter plural substantive
                • Western Romance
                  • Italian novella story, short story, news
                    • French nouvelle
                      • English novel
                        • Welsh nofel a novel
                    • English novella
          • Latin nūntius messenger, envoy, report, news, decree
            • Italian nunzio
              • English nuncio
              • French nonce
            • Latin nūntiō I announce, I report, I bring news of
              • Latin annūntiō
                • Western Romance
                  • French anoncier
                    • English announce
              • Latin dēnūntiō
                • Western Romance
                  • French dénoncer
                    • English denounce
              • Latin ēnūntiō
                • Western Romance
                  • French énoncer
                • English enunciate
              • Latin prōnūntiō
                • Western Romance
                  • French prononcer
                    • English pronounce
              • Latin renūntiō
                • Western Romance
                  • French renoncer
                    • English renounce
      • Tocharian *ñuwe
        • Arshian ñu new
        • Kushean ñuwe new
      • Proto-Indo-European *new(y)eh₂kos novice, one who is new
        • Balto-Slavic
          • East Baltic
            • Lithuanian naujõkas novice
          • Slavic *novãkъ
            • East Slavic
              • Ukrainian новак novak
            • South Slavic
              • Old Church Slavonic новакъ novakŭ
              • Serbo-Croatian но̀ва̄к nòvāk recruit, novice, newcomer
                • Serbo-Croatian Nȍvāk Newcomer (personal or surname)
                  • English Novak
            • West Slavic
              • Old Czech novák novice, recruit, newcomer
                • Czech Novák Newcomer (personal or surname)
                  • English Novak
              • Old Polish nowak
                • Polish Nowak
                  • English Nowak
        • Hellenic
          • Classical Greek νέᾱκος néākos young man
        • Italic
          • Latin novīcius new, fresh
            • Late Latin novīcius novice, beginner
              • French novice beginner, novice
                • English novice
              • Italian novizio novice, beginner, newcomer
              • Spanish novicio novice
      • Proto-Indo-European *newrós
        • Old Armenian նոր nor new, fresh, young, modern, strange
          • Armenian նոր nor new, fresh
        • Hellenic
          • Classical Greek νεᾰρός nearós young, fresh, recent
            • Classical Greek νεαρὸν ὕδωρ nearòn húdōr fresh water
              • Greek νερό neró water
        • Italic *nowerka
          • Latin noverca stepmother, adoptive mother
            • Eastern Romance
              • Aromanian nuearcã stepmother
              • Albanian njerkë stepmother
                • Albanian njerk stepfather back-formed
            • Western Romance
              • Italian noverca stepmother
      • Proto-Indo-European *néwyos new alternate, non-ablauting form
        • Balto-Slavic *náujas
          • East Baltic
            • Lithuanian naũjas new
        • Celtic *nouyos
          • Brythonic *nöwɨð
            • Welsh newydd new, the news
          • Celtiberian *nouyos new
            • Celtiberian *Nouyom New (place name)
            • Classical Greek Νοουιον Noouion place name in Iberia, possibly Noia
            • Galician Noia
              • English Noia
          • Gaulish *novios
            • Gaulish *Noviodūnom New-Fort (place name)
              • Latin Noviodūnum
            • Gaulish *Noviomagos New-Field or New-Market (place name)
              • Latin Noviomagus
                • Dutch Nijmegen
                • French Noyon
                • German Neumagen
            • Gaulish *Noviorīgyom New-Kingdom (place name)
              • Latin Novioregum
          • Old Irish nuae new
            • Irish nua new, fresh, recent
        • Germanic *niwjaz
          • East Germanic
            • Gothic 𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌾𐌹𐍃 niujis new
          • North Germanic
            • Old Norse nýr
              • Danish ny new
                • Old Danish Nybylløv New-Settlement (place name) with Scanian place name suffix -løv
                  • Swedish (Östra) Nöbbelöv
                    • Swedish Nobel habitational surname
                      • English Nobel Prize
                      • New Latin nobelium
                        • Translingual No
                        • English nobelium
              • Icelandic nýr new
          • West Germanic
            • Old English nīewe new
              • English new
                • English Newman Newcomer (surname)
              • Old English Nēowa Tūn New Town (place name)
                • English Newton New-town (place name, habitational surname)
                  • English newton
                    • Translingual N
              • Old English Nīewe Weorc New Work (place name)
                • English Newark
            • Frankish *niwi
              • Dutch nieuw new
            • Old High German niuwi new
              • German neu new
                • German Neumann Newcomer (surname)
              • Yiddish נײַ nay new, recent
        • Indo-Iranian
          • Indo-Aryan
            • Sanskrit 𑀦𑀯𑁆𑀬 návya new
              • Sauraseni 𑀡𑀯𑀺𑀅 ṇavia
                • Hindi नया nayā new
              • Telugu నవ్యము navyamu new
          • Nuristani
            • Kamviri nuĩ new
        • Proto-Indo-European *new(y)eh₂kos novice, one who is new
          • Balto-Slavic
            • East Baltic
              • Lithuanian naujõkas novice
            • Slavic *novãkъ
              • East Slavic
                • Ukrainian новак novak
              • South Slavic
                • Old Church Slavonic новакъ novakŭ
                • Serbo-Croatian но̀ва̄к nòvāk recruit, novice, newcomer
                  • Serbo-Croatian Nȍvāk Newcomer (personal or surname)
                    • English Novak
              • West Slavic
                • Old Czech novák novice, recruit, newcomer
                  • Czech Novák Newcomer (personal or surname)
                    • English Novak
                • Old Polish nowak
                  • Polish Nowak
                    • English Nowak
          • Hellenic
            • Classical Greek νέᾱκος néākos young man
          • Italic
            • Latin novīcius new, fresh
              • Late Latin novīcius novice, beginner
                • French novice beginner, novice
                  • English novice
                • Italian novizio novice, beginner, newcomer
                • Spanish novicio novice
      • Proto-Indo-European *néweh₂ti to make new, to renew
        • Anatolian
          • Hittite 𒉈𒂊𒌋𒉿𒄴𒄩𒀭𒍣 ne-e-u-wa-aḫ-ḫa-an-zi to renew
        • Hellenic *newaō
          • Classical Greek νεάω neáō
        • Italic *nowāō
          • Latin novō I make new, I renew, I refresh, I change
            • Latin innovō
              • English innovate
              • French innover
              • Italian innovàre to innovate, to reform
              • Spanish innovar to innovate
            • Latin renovō I renew, I restore, I touch up, I change
              • Western Romance
                • Italian rinnovare to renew, to update, to replace, to extend the duration of, to repeat
              • English renovate
              • French rénover
                • German renovieren to renovate
                • Romanian renova to renovate
              • Spanish renovar to renovate

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Collected English words

now, Novaya Zemla, Nova Zembla, Novgorod, Nablus, Nabeul, Naples, Neapolitan, Ne, neon, neo-, neodymium, Nd, Nowruz, nova, supernova, novel, novelty, novel, novella, nuncio, announce, denounce, enunciate, pronounce, renounce, Novak, Nowak, novice, Noia, Nobel Prize, No, nobelium, new, Newman, Newton, newton, N, Newark, innovate, renovate

Footnotes

  1. ^

    See note on Word Family - Two for more information about neodymium

  2. ^

    In many Iranian languages *náwah: "new" became homonymous with *Hnáwa: "nine" and was replaced by *náwākah, approximately "new-ish".

    Some have speculated a connection in Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥: "nine" and *néw-: "new", based on a derivation of *h₁n-néwn̥: "in the new", assuming that Old Armenian նոր nor represents a r/n alternation stem néwr̥ ~ néwn̥. But there are a number of problems with this idea. I think *h₁new-: "without" seems like a better source for *h₁néwn̥, with the idea of "(ten) without (the last one)".