leid

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Gaelita irlandey[Ovay]

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leid  ♦ X-SAMPA : /X-SAMPA ?/ AAI : fanononana ?

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(Sary)
  1. famantarana Avy amin'ny dikantenin'i hint teo amin'i Wikibolana anglisy.

Sikaotisy[Ovay]

Open book 01.svg Anarana iombonana

leid  ♦ X-SAMPA : /X-SAMPA ?/ AAI : fanononana ?

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(Sary)
  1. faniratsirana, teny mamy, teny, volana Avy amin'ny dikantenin'i language teo amin'i Wikibolana anglisy.

Nerlandey[Ovay]

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leid

  1. mpanao voalohany singiolary ny endrika manoro ny tao ny matoanteny leiden
  1. filaza mandidy ny matoanteny leiden


Anagrama[Ovay]


German[Ovay]

Etymology[Ovay]

From Endrika:etyl (Leid).

Pronunciation[Ovay]

Adjective[Ovay]

leid

  1. uncomfortable

Usage notes[Ovay]

  • Only used in certain phrases.

Derived terms[Ovay]

Related terms[Ovay]


Old High German[Ovay]

Etymology[Ovay]

From Endrika:proto, whence also Old English (Laþ), Old Norse (Leiðr).

Adjective[Ovay]

leid

  1. uncomfortable

Scots[Ovay]

Alternative forms[Ovay]

Pronunciation[Ovay]

Etymology 1[Ovay]

From Endrika:etyl (Lede), reduced form of (Leden), (Leoden), from Endrika:etyl (Leoden), from Endrika:etyl (Leode). More at lede.

Noun[Ovay]

Endrika:sco-noun

  1. language
Usage notes[Ovay]
  • Commonly understood language, either literally or metaphorically:
    A daena speak the leid.

Etymology 2[Ovay]

From Endrika:etyl (Lede), (Leed), from Endrika:etyl (Lead). More at Endrika:l.

Noun[Ovay]

Endrika:sco-noun

  1. lead