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Most of us experience happiness when we are enjoying life and feeling free, enjoying the process and products of our creative and intellectual processes, enjoying the ecstasy of transcendent oneness with the universe.
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English

Pronunciation

Verb

dies

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of die.

Noun

dies

  1. Plural form of die. (when used in the sense of a pattern)

German

Etymology

A shortening of dieses

Pronoun

dies

  1. this

Latin

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈdiː.eːs/

Noun

diēs (genitive diēī); m and f, fifth declension

  1. a day

Inflection

Diēs is an exceptional case of a fifth declension noun since it is both used in the masculine form and in the feminine form, instead of just feminine like the rest of the fifth declension nouns.
Fifth declension, vowel-ending stem variation (5:VOW).

Number Singular Plural
nominative diēs diēs
genitive diēī diērum
dative diēī diēbus
accusative diem diēs
ablative diē diēbus
vocative diēs diēs

Derived terms

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Romansch

Etymology

Latin dorsum. Compare French dos.

Noun

dies m.

  1. back

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