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See also AKA, A.K.A., åka, and a/k/a

Translingual

Abbreviation

aka

  1. The ISO 639-3 official language code of Akan (SIL)

Synonyms

  • ak (ISO 639-1)

English

Abbreviation

aka

  1. Alternative spelling of AKA..

Faroese

aka, v-60
number singular plural
person first second third all
Indicative eg hann / hon
tað
vit, tit,
teir / tær / tey
tygum
Present aki ekur ekur aka
Past ók ók(st) ók óku
Imperative tit
Present ak ! akið !
Infinitive aka
Pres. part. akandi
Past part. a26 ikin
Supine ikið

Verb

aka

  1. To drive.



Icelandic

Verb

aka [[Category:Template:lang:is verbs|aka]] (+ dative) (ekur - ók - óku - ekið)

  1. to drive
  2. to move slightly, to budge

Derived terms


Japanese

Noun

aka (hiragana あか)

  1. : red
  2. : dirt, grime
  3. : bilge
  4. 閼伽: water (old Japanese or used in Buddhism)

Latvian

Noun

aka f.

  1. well - (hole in ground, used to obtain water)

Declension

Fourth declension noun
singular plural
nominative aka akas
genitive akas aku
dative akai akām
accusative aku akas
locative akā akās

Lavukaleve

Conjunction

aka

  1. then

Old Norse

Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: ak-a

Verb

aka

  1. To drive (e.g. a cart).

Sranan Tongo

Etymology

From Dutch haak.

Noun

aka

  1. hook

Tongan

Etymology

From Proto-Malayo-Polynesian, compare Indonesian akar.

Noun

aka

  1. root

Torres Strait Creole

Noun

aka

  1. grandmother

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