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sina

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See also sinä

Breton

Verb

sina

  1. signal

Croatian

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *sěnь.

Noun

sina f.

  1. (Chakavian) (Ikavian) shadow; shade

Estonian

Pronoun

sina (short form sa)

  1. you (informal, sg.)

Icelandic

Noun

sina f. (sin-u)

  1. withered grass

Derived terms


Livonian

Pronoun

sina (short form sa)

  1. you (informal, sg.)

Portuguese

Noun

sina

  1. destiny

Swedish

Pronunciation

Pronoun

sina plural

  1. Plural form of sin.

Verb

Conjugations of sina
Infinitive sina
Present tense sinar
Past tense sinade
Supine sinat
Imperative sina
Present participle sinande, sinandes
Past participle sinad

sina

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) to dry up; to cease containig any water
  2. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) to cease giving milk.

Tagalog

Preposition

sina

  1. Plural form of si.

Usage

  1. 'Sina Pedro at Juan' is a more compact form of 'si Pedro at si Juan'.
  2. 'Sina Pedro' refers to Pedro and unspecified others.

Synonyms


Veps

Pronoun

sina

  1. you (informal, sg.)

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