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TranslingualУреди

PronunciationУреди

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LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. Ligature from the letters a and e.

SymbolУреди

æ

  1. (IPA) near-open front unrounded vowel

See alsoУреди


ЕнглескиУреди

SymbolУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. (chiefly dated or linguistic) A ligature of vowels a and e, called ash.

Корисне белешкеУреди

  • Mostly used for words of either Ancient Greek or Latin origin, though also used when referencing Old English texts or using recently derived Old English loanwords.
  • Uncommon in modern times except in linguistic use.
  • Often absent in American English (reduced to e) whenever it has the sound /ɛ/ (SAMPA /E/) or /iː/ (SAMPA /i:/), but sometimes retained (in this form, or as ae) when it has a different sound, as in formulæ/formulae.

Видите такођеУреди

АнаграмиУреди


ДанскиУреди

Етимологија 1Уреди

ИзговорУреди

LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. Antepenultimate letter of the Danish alphabet.
InflectionУреди

Видите такођеУреди


ReferencesУреди

Етимолгија 2Уреди

Од Old Norse ek

ИзговорУреди

ЗаменицаУреди

æ

  1. (dialectal, Fjolde) I (first-person singular pronoun)

РеференцеУреди

  • æ” in Anders Bjerrum and Marie Bjerrum (1974), Ordbog over Fjoldemålet, Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag.

Etymology 3Уреди

From Old Danish thæn (Modern Дански den).

ArticleУреди

æ

  1. (dialectical) the (definite article)

Further readingУреди


FaroeseУреди

PronunciationУреди

LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

See alsoУреди


FrenchУреди

PronunciationУреди

LetterУреди

æ (lower case, upper case Æ)

  1. Ligature of the letters a and e.
    Синоним: e dans l'a

GermanУреди

SymbolУреди

æ (lower case, upper case Æ)

  1. (obsolete) Vowel borrowed from Latin. Succeeded by ä.

IcelandicУреди

PronunciationУреди

LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. Penultimate letter of the Icelandic alphabet.

InterjectionУреди

æ

  1. ah!, oh!, alas!
  2. ouch!, ow!

AdverbУреди

Шаблон:is-adv

  1. always, forever

SynonymsУреди

Derived termsУреди


LigurianУреди

PronunciationУреди

VerbУреди

æ

  1. Шаблон:check deprecated lang param usage: you have (singular)

Middle EnglishУреди

Alternative formsУреди

EtymologyУреди

From Стари Енглески ēa, ǣ.

NounУреди

æ

  1. a waterway; a stream or river.

НорвешкиУреди

PronunciationУреди

LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. Antepenultimate letter of the Norwegian alphabet, coming after Z and before Ø.

PronounУреди

æ

  1. I (first-person singular personal pronoun)(dialectal, mostly found in Trøndelag, northern Norway, and parts of western and southern Norway).

Стари ЕнглескиУреди

Alternative formsУреди

PronunciationУреди

LetterУреди

æ (upper case Æ)

  1. Æ, letter of the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) alphabet, listed in 24th and final position by Byrhtferð (1011). Called æsc "ash tree" after the Anglo-Saxon rune.

Etymology 1Уреди

From Пра-Германски *aiwō, *aiwaz (law), from Пра-Индо-Европски *h₂oywos (eternity, law). Cognate with Old Saxon êo, Old Frisian ewa, êwe, ê, â, Old High German êwa, êha, êa, ê (German Ehe).

NounУреди

ǣ f

  1. law, scripture
    • God is wisdom and æ woruldbuendra. God is the wisdom and law of world-dwellers.
  2. ceremony, custom, marriage
DeclensionУреди
Derived termsУреди

DescendantsУреди

Etymology 2Уреди

From Пра-Германски *ahwō, from Пра-Индо-Европски *h₂ekʷeh₂. Cognate with Old Frisian â, ê, Old Norse á, Old Saxon and Old High German aha, and Gothic ahwa; and with Latin aqua.

Alternative formsУреди

NounУреди

ǣ f

  1. river, running water

Old NorseУреди

Alternative formsУреди

EtymologyУреди

From Пра-Германски *aiwi (forever). Cognate with Стари Енглески ā, āwa, ǣ, Old Saxon eo, io, ia, Old High German eo, io.

AdverbУреди

æ (not comparable)

  1. ever, at any time

DescendantsУреди

  • Icelandic: æ
  • Old Swedish: ē, ǣ
  • Средњи Енглески: aye, ai, agg

Додатак:Варијанте од "a"

Лигатура а и е