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Translingual

Symbol

ag

  1. (metrology) Symbol for the attogram, an SI unit of mass equal to 10−18 grams.

English

Pronunciation

Noun

ag

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) Shortened form of agriculture.

Interjection

ag

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) oh
    • Ag shame, he lost all his money.
      Ag, I don't care.

Afrikaans

Etymology 1

From Dutch acht

Noun

ag

  1. esteem

Etymology 2

From Dutch achten

Verb

ag

  1. heed

Irish

Pronunciation

  • (particle):
    • IPA: [ə] before a consonant
    • IPA: [əɡ], [əɟ] before a vowel
  • (preposition): IPA: [ɛɟ]

Particle

ag

  1. particle used with the verbal noun to make a progressive aspect:

Preposition

Person Normal Emphatic
1st person sing. agam agamsa
2d person sing. agat agatsa
3d sing. masc. aige aigesean
3d sing. fem. aici aicise
1st person pl. againn againne
2d person pl. agaibh agaibhse
3d person pl. acu acusan

ag

  1. at

Usage notes

Also used to indicate possession in place of a verb meaning 'have':

  • Tá teach ag Seán - Seán has a house



Scottish Gaelic

Preposition

ag

  1. shortened form of aig which usually precedes a verbal participle (e.g. bha Seumas ag obair: James was working)

Volapük

Interjection

ag!

  1. oh! cry of pain or surprise
  2. ah! cry of surprise

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