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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /vjɛ̃/

  • IPA(key): /vjɛ̃/

Que a categoria em FRENCH - VERB
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French - Verb

VIENS * first-person singular present indicative of _venir_ * second-person singular present indicative of _venir_ * second-person singular imperative of _venir_

viens

  1. first-person singular present indicative of venir
  2. second-person singular present indicative of venir
  3. second-person singular imperative of venir

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Latvian - Etymology

From Proto-Baltic _*eynos_ (with _ey_ > _ie_ metathesis; note that some 17th-century some Kurzeme and Zemgale dialects still had some forms with _ey_), from a Proto-Indo-European *_éyno-, éynos_, from _*éy_, _*óy_ (“he, it”) (non-Baltic cognates derive from _*óy_; compare Proto-Indo-European _*óynos_ (“one”)) with a suffix _*-no_, which originally had an adjectival meaning. The Eastern Baltic cognates (unlike Old Prussian have an initial _v_, which suggests an intermediate Eastern Baltic form _*weynos_. This initial _*w_ may result from sporadic word-initial consonant-joining phenomena, or from a possible particle _*w-_, _*we-_. Cognates of _viens_ include Lithuanian _víenas_, Old Prussian _ains_, Gothic

From Proto-Baltic *eynos (with ey > ie metathesis; note that some 17th-century some Kurzeme and Zemgale dialects still had some forms with ey), from a Proto-Indo-European *éyno-, éynos, from *éy, *óy (he, it) (non-Baltic cognates derive from *óy; compare Proto-Indo-European *óynos (one)) with a suffix *-no, which originally had an adjectival meaning. The Eastern Baltic cognates (unlike Old Prussian have an initial v, which suggests an intermediate Eastern Baltic form *weynos. This initial *w may result from sporadic word-initial consonant-joining phenomena, or from a possible particle *w-, *we-. Cognates of viens include Lithuanian víenas, Old Prussian ains, Gothic

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Latvian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [viɛ̂ns]

  • IPA(key): [viɛ̂ns]

Que a categoria em LATVIAN - NUMERAL
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Latvian - Numeral

VIENS * one (the cipher, the cardinal number one) _pieci un VIENS ir seši_ — five and ONE is six _no diviem atņemt VIENU_ — to subtract ONE from two * one (an amount equal to one) _VIENS galds, zimulis_ — ONE table, pencil _VIENA tonna_ — ONE ton _VIENS kilograms, litrs, metrs_ — ONE kilo, liter, meter _VIENI vārti, svārki, rati_ — ONE gate, skirt, cart _VIENAS mājas, bikses_ — ONE home, ONE pair of pants _pirms VIENA gada_ — ONE year ago _nosvērt VIENU kilogramu sviesta_ — to weigh ONE kilo of butter * one o'clock (a moment in time; one hour after midnight, or after noon) _pulkstenis ir VIENS_ — it is ONE O'CLOCK _pulkstenis ir pāri VIENIEM — it is past ONE O'CLOCK_ _no VIENIEM līdz diviem_ — from ONE to two o'clock _vilciens pienāk VIENOS_ — the train arrives AT ONE O'CLOCK * (arithmetic, used as a noun) one, unit (the digit in the last position in a number) _saskaitīt VIENUS ar VIENIEM,_ desmitus _ar DESMITIEM_ — to add the ONES with the ONES, the TENS with the TENS * (used as a noun) one (person, thing, event, action) _visi par VIENU, VIENS par visiem_ — all for ONE and ONE for all _visi kā VIENS_ — all as ONE _VIENS, kas man rūp, ir laika trūkums_ — ONE (thing) I care about is the lack of time _runāt VIENU, bet darīt (ko) citu_ — to say ONE (thing) and do another _VIENA dziedāja, otra spēlēja_ — ONE (girl) is drawing, the other is playing * one, a certain (marking indefiniteness) _VIENĀ jaukā dienā_ — (in) ONE nice, fine day _tur jūs VIENS gaida_ — ONE (person) is waiting for you there * the same (indicating identity, sameness) VIENS un tas pats — ONE and the same _atkārtot VIENU un to pašu — to repeat THE SAME THING_ VIENĀ laikā — at the SAME time VIENĀ ritmā — in the SAME rhythm _būt VIENOS gados_ — to be of the SAME age _abi domāja VIENU domu_ — both are thinking the SAME thought _VIENA lieluma priekšmeti_ — objects of the SAME size * alone, by oneself, without the help of others _VIENS pats_, VIENA pati _— alone by himself, alone by herself_ _viņš dzivo gluži VIENS_ — he lives completely ALONE _mēs ar brāli palikām VIENI_ — I stayed ALONE with my brother * (with otrs) one or other, some, a few (people, objects, events) _VIENS OTRS to apšauba_ — A FEW (people) doubt it. _vienā otrā'_ gadījumā, vietā — ÍN A FEW cases, places * (with otrs, in different cases) each other, one another (indicating mutual relations, influence) _cienīt VIENAM OTRU_ — TO RESPECT each other _viņi tuliņ pazina VIENS OTRU_ — they immediately recognized EACH OTHER _viņi palīdz VIENS OTRAM_ — they help EACH OTHER _iet VIENS aiz OTRA_ — to go ONE after ANOTHER _labi izturēties VIENAM PRET OTRAM — to treat EACH OTHER well_ * (with no) one of the... (member of a certain group) _viņš ir VIENS NO labākajiem mūsdienu rakstniekiem_ — he is ONE OF the best contemporary writers _tas ir VIENS NO tiem gadījumiem, kas liek padomāt_ — this is ONE OF those cases that make one think _VIENS NO diviem - jā vai nē_ — either yes or no (lit. ONE OF two (options): yes or no) * one, in one (indicating continuity, lack of interruption) _zirgs ir VIENĀS PUTĀS_ — the horse is IN A LATHER, agitated _māja stāv VIENĀS LIESMĀS_ — the house is IN ONE FLAME (= aflame, in flames, on fire) _runāt VIENĀ GABALĀ_ — to speak IN ONE PIECE (= without interruption) _dzīvot VIENĀS BAILĒS_ — to live IN ONE FEAR (= constantly in fear) * one, one really... (used to intensify the meaning) _viņš ir VIENS kārtīgs cilvēks_ — he is ONE (really) neat person _ak tu VIENS palaidni!_ — oh you (are) ONE mischievous (person)! _tā mūsu Beņa ir gan VIENA! ko tik viņa sadomā, to izdara, lai vai kas..._ — our Beņa is really ONE (woman)! whatever she fancies, she does, no matter what... DECLENSION USAGE NOTES Usually, only the singular forms of _viens_ are used; the plural forms only occur with plural-only words (“pluralia tantum“). Also, in time expressions, the

viens

  1. one (the cipher, the cardinal number one)
    pieci un viens ir sešifive and one is six
    no diviem atņemt vienuto subtract one from two
  2. one (an amount equal to one)
    viens galds, zimulisone table, pencil
    viena tonnaone ton
    viens kilograms, litrs, metrsone kilo, liter, meter
    vieni vārti, svārki, ratione gate, skirt, cart
    vienas mājas, biksesone home, one pair of pants
    pirms viena gadaone year ago
    nosvērt vienu kilogramu sviestato weigh one kilo of butter
  3. one o'clock (a moment in time; one hour after midnight, or after noon)
    pulkstenis ir viensit is one o'clock
    pulkstenis ir pāri vieniemit is past one o'clock
    no vieniem līdz diviemfrom one to two o'clock
    vilciens pienāk vienosthe train arrives at one o'clock
  4. (arithmetic, used as a noun) one, unit (the digit in the last position in a number)
    saskaitīt vienus ar vieniem, desmitus ar desmitiemto add the ones with the ones, the tens with the tens
  5. (used as a noun) one (person, thing, event, action)
    visi par vienu, viens par visiemall for one and one for all
    visiviensall as one
    viens, kas man rūp, ir laika trūkumsone (thing) I care about is the lack of time
    runāt vienu, bet darīt (ko) cituto say one (thing) and do another
    viena dziedāja, otra spēlējaone (girl) is drawing, the other is playing
  6. one, a certain (marking indefiniteness)
    vienā jaukā dienā — (in) one nice, fine day
    tur jūs viens gaidaone (person) is waiting for you there
  7. the same (indicating identity, sameness)
    viens un tas patsone and the same
    atkārtot vienu un to pašu — to repeat the same thing
    vienā laikā — at the same time
    vienā ritmā — in the same rhythm
    būt vienos gadosto be of the same age
    abi domāja vienu domuboth are thinking the same thought
    viena lieluma priekšmetiobjects of the same size
  8. alone, by oneself, without the help of others
    viens pats, viena pati alone by himself, alone by herself
    viņš dzivo gluži vienshe lives completely alone
    mēs ar brāli palikām vieniI stayed alone with my brother
  9. (with otrs) one or other, some, a few (people, objects, events)
    viens otrs to apšaubaa few (people) doubt it.
    vienā otrā' gadījumā, vietā — ín a few cases, places
  10. (with otrs, in different cases) each other, one another (indicating mutual relations, influence)
    cienīt vienam otru to respect each other
    viņi tuliņ pazina viens otruthey immediately recognized each other
    viņi palīdz viens otramthey help each other
    iet viens aiz otrato go one after another
    labi izturēties vienam pret otramto treat each other well
  11. (with no) one of the... (member of a certain group)
    viņš ir viens no labākajiem mūsdienu rakstniekiemhe is one of the best contemporary writers
    tas ir viens no tiem gadījumiem, kas liek padomātthis is one of those cases that make one think
    viens no diviem - jā vaieither yes or no (lit. one of two (options): yes or no)
  12. one, in one (indicating continuity, lack of interruption)
    zirgs ir vienās putāsthe horse is in a lather, agitated
    māja stāv vienās liesmāsthe house is in one flame (= aflame, in flames, on fire)
    runāt vienā gabalāto speak in one piece (= without interruption)
    dzīvot vienās bailēsto live in one fear (= constantly in fear)
  13. one, one really... (used to intensify the meaning)
    viņš ir viens kārtīgs cilvēkshe is one (really) neat person
    ak tu viens palaidni!oh you (are) one mischievous (person)!
    tā mūsu Beņa ir gan viena! ko tik viņa sadomā, to izdara, lai vai kas...our Beņa is really one (woman)! whatever she fancies, she does, no matter what...

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Usage notes

Usually, only the singular forms of viens are used; the plural forms only occur with plural-only words (“pluralia tantum“). Also, in time expressions, the

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Latvian - References

* ^ “viens” in Konstantīns Karulis (1992, 2001), _Latviešu Etimoloģijas Vārdnīca_, in 2 vols, Rīga: AVOTS, ISBN: 9984-700-12-7

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


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