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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: bĭg, IPA(key): /bɪɡ/ * Rhymes: -ɪɡ

  • enPR: bĭg, IPA(key): /bɪɡ/
  • Rhymes: -ɪɡ

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From a northern Middle English dialectal term _big_, _bigge_ (“powerful, strong”), of uncertain origin, possibly from a dialect of Old Norse. Compare dialectal Norwegian _bugge_ (“great man”). ADJECTIVE BIG (_comparative_ BIGGER, _superlative_ BIGGEST) * Of great size, large. _Elephants are BIG animals, and they eat a lot._ * 1909, Archibald Marshall, _The Squire's Daughter_, chapterIII: The BIG houses, and there are a good many of them, lie for the most part in what may be called by courtesy the valleys. You catch a glimpse of them sometimes at a little distance from the [railway] line, […], with their court of farm and church and clustered village, in dignified seclusion. * (of an industry or other field) Thought to have undue influence. _There were concerns about the ethics of BIG science._ * Popular. _That style is very BIG right now in Europe, especially among teenagers._ * (informal) Adult. _Kids should get help from BIG people if they want to use the kitchen._ * 1931, Robert L. May, _Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer_, Montgomery Ward (publisher), draft: By midnight, however, the last light had fled / For even BIG people have then gone to bed[.] * (informal) Fat. _Gosh, she is BIG!_ * (informal) Important or significant. _What's so BIG about that? I do it all the time._ * 1909, Archibald Marshall, _The Squire's Daughter_, chapterII: "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. Then I ran away and sold papers in the streets, and anything else that I could pick up a few coppers by—except steal. I never did that. I always made up my mind I'd be a BIG man some day, and—I'm glad I didn't steal." * (informal, with _on_) Enthusiastic (about). _I'm not BIG on the idea, but if you want to go ahead with it, I won't stop you._ * (informal) Mature, conscientious, principled. _That's very BIG of you, thank you!_ _I tried to be the BIGGER person and just let it go, but I couldn't help myself._ * (informal) Well-endowed, possessing large breasts in the case of a woman or a large penis in the case of a man. _Whoa, Nadia has gotten pretty BIG since she hit puberty._ * (sometimes figuratively) Large with young; pregnant; swelling; ready to give birth or produce. _She was BIG with child._ * (Can we date this quote?) Joseph Addison (1672–1719) [Day] BIG with the fate of Cato and of Rome. * (informal) Used as an intensifier, especially of negative-valence nouns _You are a BIG liar.  Why are you in such a BIG hurry?_ SYNONYMS * (of a great size): ample, huge, large, sizeable, stoor, jumbo, massive * (adult): adult, fully grown, grown up * See also Wikisaurus:big ANTONYMS * (of a great size): little, small, tiny, minuscule, miniature, minute * (adult): little, young DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS ADVERB BIG (_comparative_ BIGGER, _superlative_ BIGGEST) * In a loud manner. * In a boasting manner. _He's always talking BIG, but he never delivers._ * In a large amount or to a large extent. _He won BIG betting on the croquet championship._ * On a large scale, expansively _You've got to think BIG to succeed at Amalgamated Plumbing._ * Hard. _He hit him BIG and the guy just crumpled._ NOUN BIG (_plural_ BIGS) * An important or powerful person; a celebrity; a big name. * (as plural) The big leagues, big time. SYNONYMS * (big leagues): major leagues VERB BIG (_third-person singular simple present_ BIGS, _present participle_ BIGGING, _simple past and past participle_ BIGGED) (up) * (transitive) To praise or recommend

From a northern Middle English dialectal term big, bigge (powerful, strong), of uncertain origin, possibly from a dialect of Old Norse. Compare dialectal Norwegian bugge (great man).

Adjective

big (comparative bigger, superlative biggest)

  1. Of great size, large.
    Elephants are big animals, and they eat a lot.
  2. (of an industry or other field) Thought to have undue influence.
    There were concerns about the ethics of big science.
  3. Popular.
    That style is very big right now in Europe, especially among teenagers.
  4. (informal) Adult.
    Kids should get help from big people if they want to use the kitchen.
  5. (informal) Fat.
    Gosh, she is big!
  6. (informal) Important or significant.
    What's so big about that? I do it all the time.
  7. (informal, with on) Enthusiastic (about).
    I'm not big on the idea, but if you want to go ahead with it, I won't stop you.
  8. (informal) Mature, conscientious, principled.
    That's very big of you, thank you!
    I tried to be the bigger person and just let it go, but I couldn't help myself.
  9. (informal) Well-endowed, possessing large breasts in the case of a woman or a large penis in the case of a man.
    Whoa, Nadia has gotten pretty big since she hit puberty.
  10. (sometimes figuratively) Large with young; pregnant; swelling; ready to give birth or produce.
    She was big with child.
  11. (informal) Used as an intensifier, especially of negative-valence nouns
    You are a big liar.  Why are you in such a big hurry?
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Adverb

big (comparative bigger, superlative biggest)

  1. In a loud manner.
  2. In a boasting manner.
    He's always talking big, but he never delivers.
  3. In a large amount or to a large extent.
    He won big betting on the croquet championship.
  4. On a large scale, expansively
    You've got to think big to succeed at Amalgamated Plumbing.
  5. Hard.
    He hit him big and the guy just crumpled.

Noun

big (plural bigs)

  1. An important or powerful person; a celebrity; a big name.
  2. (as plural) The big leagues, big time.
Synonyms

Verb

big (third-person singular simple present bigs, present participle bigging, simple past and past participle bigged) (up)

  1. (transitive) To praise or recommend

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _biggen_, _byggen_, from Old Norse _byggja_, _byggva_ (“to build, dwell in, inhabit”), a secondary form of Old Norse _búa_ (“to dwell”), related to Old English _būan_ (“to dwell”). Cognate with Danish _bygge_, Swedish _bygga_. VERB BIG (_third-person singular simple present_ BIGS, _present participle_ BIGGING, _simple past and past participle_ BIGGED) * (transitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to inhabit; occupy * (reflexive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to locate one's self * (transitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to build; erect; fashion * (intransitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to dwell; have a dwelling

From Middle English biggen, byggen, from Old Norse byggja, byggva (to build, dwell in, inhabit), a secondary form of Old Norse búa (to dwell), related to Old English būan (to dwell). Cognate with Danish bygge, Swedish bygga.

Verb

big (third-person singular simple present bigs, present participle bigging, simple past and past participle bigged)

  1. (transitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to inhabit; occupy
  2. (reflexive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to locate one's self
  3. (transitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to build; erect; fashion
  4. (intransitive, archaic or UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) to dwell; have a dwelling

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
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English - Etymology 3

From Middle English _byge_, from Old Norse _bygg_ (“barley, probably _Hordeum vulgare_, common barley”), from Proto-Germanic _*bewwuz_ (“crop, barley”). Cognate with Old English _bēow_ (“barley”). ALTERNATIVE FORMS * bigg * bygg, bygge (obsolete) NOUN BIG (_uncountable_) * One or more kinds of barley, especially six-rowed barley.

From Middle English byge, from Old Norse bygg (barley, probably Hordeum vulgare, common barley), from Proto-Germanic *bewwuz (crop, barley). Cognate with Old English bēow (barley).

Alternative forms

Noun

big (uncountable)

  1. One or more kinds of barley, especially six-rowed barley.

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* GBI, gib

Que a categoria em DUTCH - PRONUNCIATION
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Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /bɪx/ * Rhymes: -ɪx

  • IPA(key): /bɪx/
  • Rhymes: -ɪx

Que a categoria em DUTCH - NOUN
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Dutch - Noun

BIG m, f (_plural_ BIGGEN, _diminutive_ BIGGETJE n) * piglet, little pig

big m, f (plural biggen, diminutive biggetje n)

  1. piglet, little pig

Que a categoria em IRISH - PRONUNCIATION
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Irish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [bʲɪɟ]

  • IPA(key): [bʲɪɟ]

Que a categoria em IRISH - ADJECTIVE
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Irish - Adjective

BIG * vocative masculine singular of _beag_ * genitive masculine singular of _beag_ * (archaic) dative feminine singular of _beag_

big

  1. vocative masculine singular of beag
  2. genitive masculine singular of beag
  3. (archaic) dative feminine singular of beag

Que a categoria em ITALIAN - NOUN
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Italian - Noun

BIG m (_invariable_) * star (entertainment) * big shot, big noise

big m (invariable)

  1. star (entertainment)
  2. big shot, big noise

Que a categoria em LOJBAN - RAFSI
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Lojban - Rafsi

BIG * rafsi of _bilga_.

big

  1. rafsi of bilga.

Que a categoria em SCOTS - ETYMOLOGY
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Scots - Etymology

From Old Norse _byggja_ (“inhabit, build”).

From Old Norse byggja (inhabit, build).

Que a categoria em SCOTS - PRONUNCIATION
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Scots - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /bɪɡ/

  • IPA(key): /bɪɡ/

Que a categoria em SCOTS - VERB
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Scots - Verb

TAE BIG (_third-person singular simple present_ BIGS, _present participle_ BIGGIN, _simple past_ BIGGIT, _past participle_ BIGGIT) * to build

tae big (third-person singular simple present bigs, present participle biggin, simple past biggit, past participle biggit)

  1. to build

Que a categoria em TORRES STRAIT CREOLE - ETYMOLOGY
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Torres Strait Creole - Etymology

From English _big_, cognate with (the first part of) Bislama _bikfala_, _bigfala_, Pijin _bigfala_, Tok Pisin _bikpela_.

From English big, cognate with (the first part of) Bislama bikfala, bigfala, Pijin bigfala, Tok Pisin bikpela.

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Torres Strait Creole - Adjective

BIG * big DERIVED TERMS * big boil * big maut * big ren * big taun * big wata * big win

big

  1. big

Derived terms

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Western Apache - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [pɪ̀k]

  • IPA(key): [pɪ̀k]

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Western Apache - Etymology

From Proto-Athabaskan _*-wə̓t̕_. Cognates: Navajo _-bid_, Plains Apache _-bid_.

From Proto-Athabaskan *-wə̓t̕.

Cognates: Navajo -bid, Plains Apache -bid.

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Western Apache - Noun

BIG (_inalienable_, e.g., SHIBIG "my belly", BIBIG "her/his/their belly") * belly, stomach, abdomen USAGE NOTES * The form -BIG occurs in the White Mountain varieties; -BID occurs in San Carlos and Dilzhe’eh (Tonto).

big (inalienable, e.g., shibig "my belly", bibig "her/his/their belly")

  1. belly, stomach, abdomen

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