English - Etymology
From Middle English some, sum, from Old English sum (“some, a certain one”), from Proto-Germanic *sumaz (“some, a certain one”), from Proto-Indo-European *sem- (“one, whole”). Cognate Scots sum, some (“some”), North Frisian som, sam, säm (“some”), West Frisian sommige, somlike (“some”), Low German somige (“some”), Dutch sommige (“some”), German dialectal summige (“some”), Danish somme (“some”), Swedish somlig (“some”), Norwegian sum, som (“some”), Icelandic sumur (“some”), Gothic
English - Pronunciation
English - Pronoun
- A certain number, at least one.
- An indefinite quantity.
- An indefinite amount, a part.
English - Determiner
- A certain proportion of, at least one.
- An unspecified quantity or number of.
- An unspecified amount of (something uncountable).
- A certain, an unspecified or unknown.
- A considerable quantity or number of.
- (informal) A remarkable.
English - Adverb
- Of a measurement; approximately, roughly
Finnish - Etymology
Finnish - Pronunciation
- IPA(key): /ˈso̞me̞/
- Hyphenation: so‧me
Finnish - Noun
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