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English

Abbreviation

VER

  1. Veracruz, a state of Mexico.

Dutch

Pronunciation

Adjective

ver, verre (comparative verder, verdere; superlative verst, verste)

  1. far
    Wanneer er sprake is van wintertemperaturen die ver beneden het gemiddelde liggen, dan spreekt men van een strenge winter. — When speaking of winter temperatures that lie far beneath the average, then one is speaking of a strong winter.

Antonyms


Faroese

vera, v
number singular plural
person first second third all
Indicative eg hann / hon
tað
vit, tit,
teir / tær / tey
tygum
Present eri ert er eru
Past var vart var vóru
Imperative tit
Present — ver ! — verið !
Infinitive vera
Pres. part. verandi
Past part. -
Supine verið

Pronunciation

Verb form

ver

  1. be singular imperative of vera



French

Etymology

Old French verm, from Latin vermis.

Pronunciation

Noun

ver m. (plural vers)

  1. worm

Related terms

  • ver à soie
  • ver d'eau
  • ver de farine
  • ver fil de fer
  • ver du fromage
  • ver de Médine
  • ver des parquets et des meubles
  • ver de terre
  • ver internet
  • ver informatique
  • ver solitaire

Galician

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:gl:Template:lang:la derivations]] vidēre, present active infinitive of videō.

Verb

ver (first-person sg present vexo, first-person sg preterite vin, past participle visto)
  1. to see
  2. first-person singular personal infinitive of ver.
  3. third-person singular personal infinitive of ver.

Conjugation

Synonyms

Related terms


Hungarian

Pronunciation

Verb

ver

  1. to beat, to bang, to throb
  2. to mill
  3. (coins) to mint, to strike
  4. to pant, to palpitate

Conjugation


Derived terms


Icelandic

Etymology 1

From Old Norse verr originally from [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] vir, cognate with English were (< Old English wer, cf. werewolf).

Noun

ver m. (ver-s, ver-ar)

  1. (poetic, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) husband
  2. (poetic, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) man
Synonyms

Etymology 2

A 19th century alteration of earlier vör m., from Old Norse vǫrr.

Noun

ver m. (ver-s, ver-ir) or n. (ver-s, ver-)

  1. a line in the water made by the movement of an oar or a boat
Synonyms
  • (a line in the water): árarfar n. (of an oar), kjölrák f. (of a boat), var n., vör f.

Etymology 3

Origin uncertain, but probably related to vari ('liquid') and to Old English wær ('sea').

Noun

ver n. (ver-s, ver-)

  1. (poetic) sea, ocean

Etymology 4

Related to Norwegian vær ('fishing harbor, fishing village'). Probably from Proto-Germanic *warja-, other cognates including Old English wer (>Modern English weir), Old Saxon werr, Middle Low German were/wer, Middle High German wer (>Modern Standard German Wehr). Also related to vör (f., 'landing space for a boat') and to verja ('protect'). Root meaning probably a guarded or fenced off place.

Noun

ver n. (ver-s, ver-)

  1. fishing center

Etymology 5

Suffix

ver n. (gen. vers, pl. ver)

  1. the suffix of rendezvous, stores or names of businesses
Derived terms
  • Húnaver
  • Austurver
  • kvikmyndaver
  • Eyvindarver
  • Húnaver

Etymology 6

Related to Faroese ver, vør, Danish vår, Swedish var, all meaning the same. Also Norwegian ver, vær, meaning the same, but also 'bag, jar, place to store things'. From Proto-Germanic *waza-

Noun

ver n. (ver-s, ver-)

  1. a cover made of cloth used to protect pillows, duvets and other things
Derived terms

Etymology 7

See verr.

Adverb

ver

  1. nonstandard comparative of illa
    • original, standard form: verr

Etymology 8

See vera.

Verb form

ver

  1. singular imperative of vera ("to be")

Etymology 9

See verja.

Verb form

ver

  1. first person singular indicative of verja
    Ég ver hann.
  2. third person singular indicative of verja
    Hann ver mig.
    He protects me.
  3. singular imperative of verja
    Verðu mig hálvitinn þinn!
    Defend me you moron!

References


Interlingua

Adjective

ver

  1. true

Latin

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *wesr̥ (spring)

Noun

vēr (genitive vēris); n, third declension

  1. Spring (season)
  2. accusative singular of ver
  3. vocative singular of ver

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
nominative vēr vēra
genitive vēris vērum
dative vērī vēribus
accusative vēr vēra
ablative vēre vēribus
vocative vēr vēra

Derived terms

  • vernō
  • vernus

Portuguese

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:pt:Template:lang:la derivations]] vidēre

Verb

ver (first singular vejo, third plural vemos)

  1. to see;
  2. to notice.

Conjugation

See also


Spanish

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:es:Template:lang:la derivations]] vidēre

Verb

ver (first-person singular present veo, first-person singular preterite vi, past participle visto)

  1. to see

Conjugation

Related terms


Turkish

Verb form

ver

  1. give (imperative)

Volapük

Noun

ver

  1. truth

See also

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