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Noun

odi m

  1. hatred

Italian

Noun

odi f.

  1. Plural form of ode.

Verb

odi

  1. Second-person singular present tense of odiare.
  2. First-person singular, second-person singular and third-person singular present subjunctive of odiare.
  3. Third-person singular imperative of odiare.
  4. Second-person singular present tense of udire.
  5. Second-person singular imperative of udire.

Korean

Noun

odi (Romanization of 오디)

  1. mulberry (fruit)

Latin

Pronunciation

Verb

ōdī (present infinitive ōdisse, supine ōsum, defective)[[Category:Template:lang:la verbs|odi]]

  1. I hate, detest.
  2. I dislike; I am displeased by.

Usage notes

Irregular in that perfect tense conjugations are used to express present tense. Perfect tense conjugations and participles have an active meaning.

Inflection

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Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *audhaz, whence also Old English ēaþ, Old Norse auðr

Adjective

ōdi

  1. empty

Sranan Tongo

Interjection

odi

  1. greetings

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