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Faroese

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

From Old Norse .

Noun

f.

  1. toe
Declension
f26 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative táin tær tærnar
Accusative tánna tær tærnar
Dative tánni tóm tónum
Genitive táar táarinnar táa táanna

Etymology 2

From Old Norse þá.

Adverb

  1. then

Conjunction

  1. when
Synonyms

Hungarian

Pronunciation

Noun

  1. a syllable used in solfège to represent the quarter note as a rhythm, usually accompanied by clapping

Icelandic

Etymology

From Old Norse .

Noun

f. (gen. táar, pl. tær)

  1. toe

Irish

Etymology

From Old Irish attá < Proto-Celtic *ad-tāyo- (cf. Welsh taw (is)) < Proto-Indo-European *steh₂- (stand)

Pronunciation

  • (Munster, Connacht) IPA: [t̪ˠɑː]
  • (Donegal) IPA: [t̪ˠæː]

Verb form

  1. Independent present indicative analytic of .

Usage notes

Used with a noun or pronoun (in the standard language, , , , sibh, siad or their emphatic equivalents) as the subject.

Related terms

  • táim (1st person sing. synthetic)
  • táir, taoi (2d person sing. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • táimid (1st person pl. synthetic)
  • táid (3d person pl. synthetic, nonstandard)
  • táthar (autonomous)
  • atá (direct relative)
  • fuil (dependent)
  • bíonn (present habitual)

Old Norse

Noun

f.

  1. toe

Descendants

  • Danish: c.
  • Faroese: f.
  • Icelandic: f.
  • Norwegian: c.
  • Swedish: c.

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