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* enPR: ăs, IPA(key): /æs/ * (alternative Commonwealth pronunciation in sense of "stupid person" only) enPR: äs, IPA(key): /ɑːs/ * Rhymes: -æs * Rhymes: -ɑːs

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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _as_, _ass_, _asse_, from Old English _assa_, back-formed from _assen_ (“she-ass”), from Celtic (compare Old Irish _asan_, Old Cornish _asen_), from Latin _asinus_. Replaced Old English _eosol_, from Proto-Germanic _*asiluz_ (compare Old High German _esil_, Old Saxon _esil_, Gothic

From Middle English as, ass, asse, from Old English assa, back-formed from assen (she-ass), from Celtic (compare Old Irish asan, Old Cornish asen), from Latin asinus. Replaced Old English eosol, from Proto-Germanic *asiluz (compare Old High German esil, Old Saxon esil, Gothic

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English - Etymology 2

Used chiefly in North America. From _arse_ (used in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, etc.) with loss of -_r_- before _s_ (common in both England and US; e.g., bass, bust, cuss, passel), from Old English _ærs_, _ears_, from Proto-Germanic _*arsaz_ (compare Old High German _ars_ (German _Arsch_), Old Norse _ars_, Old Frisian _ers_), from Proto-Indo-European _*h₃érsos_ (compare Ancient Greek _ὄρρος_ (órrhos)). NOUN ASS (_countable and uncountable_, _plural_ ASSES) * (vulgar, slang) Buttocks. * (vulgar, slang, uncountable) Sex. _I’m going to go down to the bar and try to get me some ASS._ * (vulgar, slang) Anus. * 1959, William S. Burroughs, _Naked Lunch_, page 68 Train compartment: two sick young junkies on their way to Lexington tear their pants down in convulsions of lust. One of them soaps his cock and works it up the other's ASS with a corkscrew motion. * (slang) Used in similes to express something bad or unpleasant. _I feel like ASS today._ (I am feeling very bad today.) _This room smells like ASS._ (This room smells very bad.) _What a bunch of ASS._ (What a bunch of lies/nonsense/disappointment.) * (slang) Used after an adjective to indicate extremes or excessiveness. _That was one big-ASS fish!_ _That's an expensive-ASS car!_ * (slang) One's self or person, chiefly their body. _Get your lazy ASS out of bed!_ USAGE NOTES * When used with a possessive, it adds a tone of anger or disapproval to the whole sentence: "he has trouble getting his ass up in the morning" is much stronger and more negative than "he has trouble getting up in the morning". Such usage is also considered by many to be rude, vulgar and offensive, especially when it refers to the person addressed. SYNONYMS * (buttocks): _See_ Wikisaurus:buttocks * (vulgar slang:sex): poontang, poon, punani, pussy, tail, tang DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

Used chiefly in North America. From arse (used in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, etc.) with loss of -r- before s (common in both England and US; e.g., bass, bust, cuss, passel), from Old English ærs, ears, from Proto-Germanic *arsaz (compare Old High German ars (German Arsch), Old Norse ars, Old Frisian ers), from Proto-Indo-European *h₃érsos (compare Ancient Greek ὄρρος (órrhos)).

Noun

ass (countable and uncountable, plural asses)

  1. (vulgar, slang) Buttocks.
  2. (vulgar, slang, uncountable) Sex.
    I’m going to go down to the bar and try to get me some ass.
  3. (vulgar, slang) Anus.
  4. (slang) Used in similes to express something bad or unpleasant.
    I feel like ass today. (I am feeling very bad today.)
    This room smells like ass. (This room smells very bad.)
    What a bunch of ass. (What a bunch of lies/nonsense/disappointment.)
  5. (slang) Used after an adjective to indicate extremes or excessiveness.
    That was one big-ass fish!
    That's an expensive-ass car!
  6. (slang) One's self or person, chiefly their body.
    Get your lazy ass out of bed!
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English - Anagrams

* SAS, SSA

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Latvian - Etymology 1

From Proto-Baltic _*as-i-s_, from Proto-Indo-European _*aḱs-_, from _*aǵ-es-_, from _*aǵ-_ (“to move something (with extended arms); armpit”). Originally an i/n-stem, it became an i-stem in Baltic. Cognates include Lithuanian _ašis_, Old Prussian _assis_, Russian _ось_ (osʹ), Belarusian _вось_ (vosʹ), Ukrainian _вісь_ (visʹ), Bulgarian _ос_ (os), Czech _os_, Polish _oś_, Old High German _ahsa_, German _Achse_, Sanskrit _अक्षः_ (ákṣaḥ), Ancient Greek _ἅξων_ (háksōn) (Greek _άξονας_), Latin _axis_. PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): [as] NOUN ASS f (_6th declension_) * axle (pin or spindle around which something, e.g. a wheel, rotates) _ratu ASS_ — AXLEtree _vagona ASS_ — wagon AXLE _motocikla pakaļējā riteņa ASS_ — motorcycle rear wheel AXLE * (mathematics) axis (a line with certain important properties) _simetrijas, rotācijas ASS_ — AXIS of symmetry, of rotation _zemes griešanās ASS_ — the Earth's rotation AXIS _koordinātu ASIS_ — coordinate AXES _abscisu, ordinātu ASS_ — x-, y-AXIS DECLENSION

From Proto-Baltic *as-i-s, from Proto-Indo-European *aḱs-, from *aǵ-es-, from *aǵ- (to move something (with extended arms); armpit). Originally an i/n-stem, it became an i-stem in Baltic. Cognates include Lithuanian ašis, Old Prussian assis, Russian ось (osʹ), Belarusian вось (vosʹ), Ukrainian вісь (visʹ), Bulgarian ос (os), Czech os, Polish , Old High German ahsa, German Achse, Sanskrit अक्षः (ákṣaḥ), Ancient Greek ἅξων (háksōn) (Greek άξονας), Latin axis.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [as]

Noun

ass f (6th declension)

  1. axle (pin or spindle around which something, e.g. a wheel, rotates)
    ratu assaxletree
    vagona asswagon axle
    motocikla pakaļējā riteņa assmotorcycle rear wheel axle
  2. (mathematics) axis (a line with certain important properties)
    simetrijas, rotācijas assaxis of symmetry, of rotation
    zemes griešanās assthe Earth's rotation axis
    koordinātu asiscoordinate axes
    abscisu, ordinātu ass — x-, y-axis
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Latvian - Etymology 2

From the same source as _ass_ (“axle”), originally a unit of measurement corresponding to the length of a person's outstretched arms (compare Russian _са́жень_ (sáženʹ, “old unit of measurement; length of outstretched arms”). PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): [as] NOUN ASS f (_6th declension_) * old unit of length in the Russian system, equivalent to approximately 2.13 meters _jūras ASS_ — FATHOM (unit of length in the English system, approximately 1.83 meters) * old unit of volume for measuring wood, equivalent to approximately 2-4 cubic meters _divas ASIS malkas_ — two AXES (=4-8m3) of wood DECLENSION

From the same source as ass (axle), originally a unit of measurement corresponding to the length of a person's outstretched arms (compare Russian са́жень (sáženʹ, old unit of measurement; length of outstretched arms).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [as]

Noun

ass f (6th declension)

  1. old unit of length in the Russian system, equivalent to approximately 2.13 meters
    jūras assfathom (unit of length in the English system, approximately 1.83 meters)
  2. old unit of volume for measuring wood, equivalent to approximately 2-4 cubic meters
    divas asis malkastwo axes (=4-8m3) of wood
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Latvian - Etymology 3

From earlier _*asus_, from Proto-Baltic _*ašus_, from Proto-Indo-European _*h₂eḱ-_ (“sharp, pointed, edgy”). With an extra suffix _*-ro_, the same stem also yielded Proto-Balto-Slavic _*aśras_ (“sharp”), whence Latvian dialectal _asrs_, as well as the Lithuanian cognate _aštrùs_, dialectal _ašrùs_. From this stem, there are also Latvian reflexes with _ak_ rather than _as_ (e.g., _akmens_ (“stone”), _akots_ (“awn”)), possibly a result of Proto-Indo-European dialectal variation. In Latvian, former _u_-stem adjectives like _*asus_ were assimilated into other classes; _*asus_ gave rise to both an _o_-stem and a _yo-_stem variant which later on became independent words, _ass_ and _ašs_, with different semantic nuances (compare also, e.g., _plats_ and _plašs_, or _dobs_ and _dobjš_). Other cognates include Old Church Slavonic _остръ_ (ostrŭ), Russian _о́стрый_ (óstryj), Belarusian _во́стры_ (vóstry), Ukrainian _о́стрий_ (óstryj), _го́стрий_ (hóstryj), Bulgarian _о́стър_ (óstǎr), Czech _ostrý_, Polish _ostry_, Proto-Germanic _*agjō_ (Old High German _ecka_, _egga_ (“corner, edge, point, peak, blade”), German _Ecke_, Sanskrit _अश्रिः_ (áśriḥ, “corner, edge, blade”), Ancient Greek _ἀκή_ (akḗ, “point, tip”), _ἄκρος_ (ákros, “sharp, pointed”), Latin _ācer_ (“sharp”), _aciēs_ (“sharpness, blade”). PRONUNCIATION * IPA(key): [as] ADJECTIVE ASS _(def._ ASAIS, _comp._ ASĀKS, _sup._ VISASĀKAIS; _adv._ ASI_)_ * sharp (such that it (blade, tool) can easily cut or pierce) _ASS nazis, zāģis, cirvis_ — SHARP knife, saw, ax _ASS īlens, ilknis_ — SHARP awl, fang _ASA adata_ — SHARP needle _ASI ragi, ilkņi_ — SHARP horns, fangs * pointed (having a narrow tip) _ASAS kalnu galotnes_ — SHARP mountain tops _ASS zīmulis_ — SHARP pencil * angular, not rounded (of body parts; also of writing, drawing) _ASI elkoņi_ — SHARP elbows _ASI vaigu kauli_ — SHARP cheekbones _ASAS burtu formas rokrakstā_ — SHARP letter forms in handwriting * (of plants) sharp (having little thorns or thorn-like growths, or having a sharp edge, capable of stinging) _ASS dadzis, paeglis, grīslis_ — SHARP thistle, juniper, sedge _ASA zāle, nātre_ — SHARP leaf, nettle * (of fabric, skin, etc.) coarse, rough _ASA sejas āda_ — COARSE, ROUGH facial skin _ASS linu dvielis_ — towel (made) of COARSE linen * sharp, pungent, hot (which irritates the senses, creating a strong feeling or reaction) _ASA mērce_ — SPICY, HOT (lit. SHARP) sauce _ASA dūmu smaka_ — PUNGENT smell of smoke _ASS ož pēc hlora_ — SHARP smell of chlorine _ASS vējš_ — SHARP wind _ASAS sāpes_ — SHARP pain _ASS klepus_ — SHARP (painful) cough * harsh (voice, sound); sharp, biting, unsparing, fierce _ASĀ balss_ — HARSH voice _runāt ASĀ tonī_ — to speak in a HARSH tone (of voice) _ASS sarkasms_ — SHARP, BITING sarcasm _ASS pārmetumi_ — SHARP, HARSH criticism _ASA ķilda_ — FIERCE quarrel _ASA mēle_ — SHARP tongue (= caustic, sarcastic) * sharp, well-defined, clearly marked _ASAS kontūras_ — SHARP contour, profile _ASI sejas vaibsti_ — SHARP facial features _zīmēt ASĀM līnijām_ — to draw with SHARP, WELL-DEFINED lines * (about problems, questions) clear, acute, of immediate importance _ASA problēma_ — a CLEAR, ACUTE problem * sharp (very well developed, very accurate) _ASA redze_ — SHARP vision _ASS prāts_ — SHARP mind _ASA uztvere_ — SHARP perception, acumen DECLENSION SYNONYMS * (of "sharp"): skaudrs * (of "coarse", "harsh"): raupjš, rupjš, negluds, skarbs ANTONYMS * (of "sharp"): truls, neass * (of "coarse", "harsh"): gluds, maigs, mīksts DERIVED TERMS * asums

From earlier *asus, from Proto-Baltic *ašus, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eḱ- (sharp, pointed, edgy). With an extra suffix *-ro, the same stem also yielded Proto-Balto-Slavic *aśras (sharp), whence Latvian dialectal asrs, as well as the Lithuanian cognate aštrùs, dialectal ašrùs. From this stem, there are also Latvian reflexes with ak rather than as (e.g., akmens (stone), akots (awn)), possibly a result of Proto-Indo-European dialectal variation. In Latvian, former u-stem adjectives like *asus were assimilated into other classes; *asus gave rise to both an o-stem and a yo-stem variant which later on became independent words, ass and ašs, with different semantic nuances (compare also, e.g., plats and plašs, or dobs and dobjš). Other cognates include Old Church Slavonic остръ (ostrŭ), Russian о́стрый (óstryj), Belarusian во́стры (vóstry), Ukrainian о́стрий (óstryj), го́стрий (hóstryj), Bulgarian о́стър (óstǎr), Czech ostrý, Polish ostry, Proto-Germanic *agjō (Old High German ecka, egga (corner, edge, point, peak, blade), German Ecke, Sanskrit अश्रिः (áśriḥ, corner, edge, blade), Ancient Greek ἀκή (akḗ, point, tip), ἄκρος (ákros, sharp, pointed), Latin ācer (sharp), aciēs (sharpness, blade).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [as]

Adjective

ass (def. asais, comp. asāks, sup. visasākais; adv. asi)

  1. sharp (such that it (blade, tool) can easily cut or pierce)
    ass nazis, zāģis, cirvissharp knife, saw, ax
    ass īlens, ilknissharp awl, fang
    asa adatasharp needle
    asi ragi, ilkņisharp horns, fangs
  2. pointed (having a narrow tip)
    asas kalnu galotnessharp mountain tops
    ass zīmulissharp pencil
  3. angular, not rounded (of body parts; also of writing, drawing)
    asi elkoņisharp elbows
    asi vaigu kaulisharp cheekbones
    asas burtu formas rokrakstāsharp letter forms in handwriting
  4. (of plants) sharp (having little thorns or thorn-like growths, or having a sharp edge, capable of stinging)
    ass dadzis, paeglis, grīslissharp thistle, juniper, sedge
    asa zāle, nātresharp leaf, nettle
  5. (of fabric, skin, etc.) coarse, rough
    asa sejas ādacoarse, rough facial skin
    ass linu dvielistowel (made) of coarse linen
  6. sharp, pungent, hot (which irritates the senses, creating a strong feeling or reaction)
    asa mērcespicy, hot (lit. sharp) sauce
    asa dūmu smakapungent smell of smoke
    ass pēc hlorasharp smell of chlorine
    ass vējšsharp wind
    asas sāpessharp pain
    ass klepussharp (painful) cough
  7. harsh (voice, sound); sharp, biting, unsparing, fierce
    asā balssharsh voice
    runāt asā tonīto speak in a harsh tone (of voice)
    ass sarkasmssharp, biting sarcasm
    ass pārmetumisharp, harsh criticism
    asa ķildafierce quarrel
    asa mēlesharp tongue (= caustic, sarcastic)
  8. sharp, well-defined, clearly marked
    asas kontūrassharp contour, profile
    asi sejas vaibstisharp facial features
    zīmēt asām līnijāmto draw with sharp, well-defined lines
  9. (about problems, questions) clear, acute, of immediate importance
    asa problēmaa clear, acute problem
  10. sharp (very well developed, very accurate)
    asa redzesharp vision
    ass prātssharp mind
    asa uztveresharp perception, acumen
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* ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 “ass” in Konstantīns Karulis (1992, 2001), _Latviešu Etimoloģijas Vārdnīca_, in 2 vols, Rīga: AVOTS, ISBN: 9984-700-12-7.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 “ass” in Konstantīns Karulis (1992, 2001), Latviešu Etimoloģijas Vārdnīca, in 2 vols, Rīga: AVOTS, ISBN: 9984-700-12-7.

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Luxembourgish - Verb

ASS * is (third-person singular present of sinn)

ass

  1. is (third-person singular present of sinn)

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Manx - Etymology

From Old Irish _ass_, masculine and neuter singular form of _a_ (“out of, from”), from Proto-Celtic, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European _*h₁eǵʰs_ (“from”). Compare Irish _as_.

From Old Irish ass, masculine and neuter singular form of a (out of, from), from Proto-Celtic, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₁eǵʰs (from). Compare Irish as.

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Manx - Adverb

ASS * out

ass

  1. out

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Manx - Preposition

ASS * out of INFLECTION DERIVED TERMS * ass y çheer * ass y hene

ass

  1. out of

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Manx - Pronoun

ASS * 1st person plural of _ec_ out of him/it DERIVED TERMS * assyn (emphatic)

ass

  1. 1st person plural of ec
    out of him/it

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Swedish - Noun

ASS n * (music) A-flat * an insured letter; Abbreviation of _assurerat_. (brev) DECLENSION SEE ALSO * rek

ass n

  1. (music) A-flat
  2. an insured letter; Abbreviation of assurerat. (brev)

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