"fedwōr" meaning in All languages combined

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Numeral [Proto-Germanic]

IPA: /ˈɸeð.wɔːr/ Forms: irregular [table-tags], fedwōr [nominative, plural], fedwōr [accusative, plural], fedurǫ̂ [genitive, plural], fedurmaz [dative, plural], fedurmiz [instrumental, plural]
Etymology: From pre-Grimm *petwṓr, with an irregular consonant change from *kʷetwṓr, the neuter form of Proto-Indo-European *kʷetwóres. The consonant change was probably caused by the influence of the *p- in the word for "five", *pénkʷe. The expected outcome would have been **hwedwōr. Etymology templates: {{m|ine-pro||*petwṓr}} *petwṓr, {{m|ine-pro||*kʷetwṓr}} *kʷetwṓr, {{inh|gem-pro|ine-pro|*kʷetwóres}} Proto-Indo-European *kʷetwóres, {{m|ine-pro|*pénkʷe}} *pénkʷe, {{m|gem-pro||**hwedwōr}} **hwedwōr Inflection templates: {{gem-decl-num-4}}
  1. four Tags: reconstruction Categories (topical): Proto-Germanic cardinal numbers Derived forms: fedwōr tigiwiz Related terms: feþur-
    Sense id: en-fedwōr-gem-pro-num-BO-vCA9a Categories (other): Old Norse links with redundant target parameters

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  "descendants": [
    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gmw-pro",
            "2": "*feuwar"
          },
          "expansion": "Proto-West Germanic: *feuwar\nOld English: fēower, fēowor, fēowur\nMiddle English: four, fore, feour, fower, fowwre, foure, fowr, vour\nEnglish: four\nGeordie English: fower\nScots: fower\nYola: vour, voure, vowre\nOld Frisian: fiūwer\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: fjauer\nGoesharde: fjauer\nHelgoland: schtjuur\nMooring: fjouer\nSylt: fjuur\nWiedingharde: fjauer\nSaterland Frisian: fjauer\nWest Frisian: fjouwer\nOld Saxon: fiuwar, fiwar, fior\nMiddle Low German: vêr\nLow German:\nDutch Low Saxon: vier, veer\nGerman Low German: veer (Hamburgisch)\nWestphalian:\nMünsterländisch: veer\nEast Westphalian: veier (Paderbornisch), fåir' (Ravensbergisch)\nPlautdietsch: vea\nOld Dutch: *fiuwar (found in toponym Viuwarflet now called Viervliet), *fior, fier\nMiddle Dutch: vier\nDutch: vier\nAfrikaans: vier\nOld High German: fior\nMiddle High German: vier\nAlemannic German: vier\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: viare\nMòcheno: viar\nCentral Franconian: vier\nHunsrik: fier\nGerman: vier\nLuxembourgish: véier\nPennsylvania German: vier\nVilamovian: fiyr\nYiddish: פֿיר (fir)",
          "name": "desctree"
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      "text": "Proto-West Germanic: *feuwar\nOld English: fēower, fēowor, fēowur\nMiddle English: four, fore, feour, fower, fowwre, foure, fowr, vour\nEnglish: four\nGeordie English: fower\nScots: fower\nYola: vour, voure, vowre\nOld Frisian: fiūwer\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: fjauer\nGoesharde: fjauer\nHelgoland: schtjuur\nMooring: fjouer\nSylt: fjuur\nWiedingharde: fjauer\nSaterland Frisian: fjauer\nWest Frisian: fjouwer\nOld Saxon: fiuwar, fiwar, fior\nMiddle Low German: vêr\nLow German:\nDutch Low Saxon: vier, veer\nGerman Low German: veer (Hamburgisch)\nWestphalian:\nMünsterländisch: veer\nEast Westphalian: veier (Paderbornisch), fåir' (Ravensbergisch)\nPlautdietsch: vea\nOld Dutch: *fiuwar (found in toponym Viuwarflet now called Viervliet), *fior, fier\nMiddle Dutch: vier\nDutch: vier\nAfrikaans: vier\nOld High German: fior\nMiddle High German: vier\nAlemannic German: vier\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: viare\nMòcheno: viar\nCentral Franconian: vier\nHunsrik: fier\nGerman: vier\nLuxembourgish: véier\nPennsylvania German: vier\nVilamovian: fiyr\nYiddish: פֿיר (fir)"
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          "args": {
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            "2": "fjórir",
            "3": "fjǫgurir"
          },
          "expansion": "Old Norse: fjórir, fjǫgurir\nIcelandic: fjórir\nFaroese: fýra\nNorn: fyre\nNorwegian Nynorsk: fjore (archaic, Høgnorsk)\nElfdalian: fyra\nOld Swedish: fiūrir, fiūri, fȳrir, fȳri\nSwedish: fyra\nOld Danish: fiūræ, fiūghræ, fȳræ, firæ\nDanish: fire\nNorwegian Bokmål: fire\n→ Norwegian Nynorsk: fire",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Old Norse: fjórir, fjǫgurir\nIcelandic: fjórir\nFaroese: fýra\nNorn: fyre\nNorwegian Nynorsk: fjore (archaic, Høgnorsk)\nElfdalian: fyra\nOld Swedish: fiūrir, fiūri, fȳrir, fȳri\nSwedish: fyra\nOld Danish: fiūræ, fiūghræ, fȳræ, firæ\nDanish: fire\nNorwegian Bokmål: fire\n→ Norwegian Nynorsk: fire"
    },
    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "got",
            "2": "𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂"
          },
          "expansion": "Gothic: 𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂 (fidwōr)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Gothic: 𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂 (fidwōr)"
    },
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      "depth": 2,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gme-cgo",
            "2": "fyder"
          },
          "expansion": "Crimean Gothic: fyder",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Crimean Gothic: fyder"
    }
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        "2": "",
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      },
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    },
    {
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        "2": "",
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      },
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      "name": "m"
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      "name": "inh"
    },
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      "args": {
        "1": "ine-pro",
        "2": "*pénkʷe"
      },
      "expansion": "*pénkʷe",
      "name": "m"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "",
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      },
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      "name": "m"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "From pre-Grimm *petwṓr, with an irregular consonant change from *kʷetwṓr, the neuter form of Proto-Indo-European *kʷetwóres. The consonant change was probably caused by the influence of the *p- in the word for \"five\", *pénkʷe. The expected outcome would have been **hwedwōr.",
  "forms": [
    {
      "form": "irregular",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "table-tags"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "gem-decl-num-4",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "inflection-template"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedwōr",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "nominative",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedwōr",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "accusative",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedurǫ̂",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "genitive",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedurmaz",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "dative",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedurmiz",
      "source": "inflection",
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        "plural"
      ]
    }
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    }
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  "lang": "Proto-Germanic",
  "lang_code": "gem-pro",
  "original_title": "Reconstruction:Proto-Germanic/fedwōr",
  "pos": "num",
  "senses": [
    {
      "categories": [
        {
          "kind": "other",
          "name": "Old Norse links with redundant target parameters",
          "parents": [
            "Links with redundant target parameters",
            "Entry maintenance"
          ],
          "source": "w"
        },
        {
          "kind": "topical",
          "name": "Proto-Germanic cardinal numbers",
          "parents": [
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            "Numbers",
            "All topics",
            "Terms by semantic function",
            "Fundamental"
          ],
          "source": "w"
        }
      ],
      "derived": [
        {
          "word": "fedwōr tigiwiz"
        }
      ],
      "glosses": [
        "four"
      ],
      "id": "en-fedwōr-gem-pro-num-BO-vCA9a",
      "links": [
        [
          "four",
          "four"
        ]
      ],
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        {
          "word": "feþur-"
        }
      ],
      "tags": [
        "reconstruction"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈɸeð.wɔːr/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "fedwōr"
}
{
  "derived": [
    {
      "word": "fedwōr tigiwiz"
    }
  ],
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    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
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            "2": "*feuwar"
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          "expansion": "Proto-West Germanic: *feuwar\nOld English: fēower, fēowor, fēowur\nMiddle English: four, fore, feour, fower, fowwre, foure, fowr, vour\nEnglish: four\nGeordie English: fower\nScots: fower\nYola: vour, voure, vowre\nOld Frisian: fiūwer\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: fjauer\nGoesharde: fjauer\nHelgoland: schtjuur\nMooring: fjouer\nSylt: fjuur\nWiedingharde: fjauer\nSaterland Frisian: fjauer\nWest Frisian: fjouwer\nOld Saxon: fiuwar, fiwar, fior\nMiddle Low German: vêr\nLow German:\nDutch Low Saxon: vier, veer\nGerman Low German: veer (Hamburgisch)\nWestphalian:\nMünsterländisch: veer\nEast Westphalian: veier (Paderbornisch), fåir' (Ravensbergisch)\nPlautdietsch: vea\nOld Dutch: *fiuwar (found in toponym Viuwarflet now called Viervliet), *fior, fier\nMiddle Dutch: vier\nDutch: vier\nAfrikaans: vier\nOld High German: fior\nMiddle High German: vier\nAlemannic German: vier\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: viare\nMòcheno: viar\nCentral Franconian: vier\nHunsrik: fier\nGerman: vier\nLuxembourgish: véier\nPennsylvania German: vier\nVilamovian: fiyr\nYiddish: פֿיר (fir)",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Proto-West Germanic: *feuwar\nOld English: fēower, fēowor, fēowur\nMiddle English: four, fore, feour, fower, fowwre, foure, fowr, vour\nEnglish: four\nGeordie English: fower\nScots: fower\nYola: vour, voure, vowre\nOld Frisian: fiūwer\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: fjauer\nGoesharde: fjauer\nHelgoland: schtjuur\nMooring: fjouer\nSylt: fjuur\nWiedingharde: fjauer\nSaterland Frisian: fjauer\nWest Frisian: fjouwer\nOld Saxon: fiuwar, fiwar, fior\nMiddle Low German: vêr\nLow German:\nDutch Low Saxon: vier, veer\nGerman Low German: veer (Hamburgisch)\nWestphalian:\nMünsterländisch: veer\nEast Westphalian: veier (Paderbornisch), fåir' (Ravensbergisch)\nPlautdietsch: vea\nOld Dutch: *fiuwar (found in toponym Viuwarflet now called Viervliet), *fior, fier\nMiddle Dutch: vier\nDutch: vier\nAfrikaans: vier\nOld High German: fior\nMiddle High German: vier\nAlemannic German: vier\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: viare\nMòcheno: viar\nCentral Franconian: vier\nHunsrik: fier\nGerman: vier\nLuxembourgish: véier\nPennsylvania German: vier\nVilamovian: fiyr\nYiddish: פֿיר (fir)"
    },
    {
      "depth": 1,
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        {
          "args": {
            "1": "non",
            "2": "fjórir",
            "3": "fjǫgurir"
          },
          "expansion": "Old Norse: fjórir, fjǫgurir\nIcelandic: fjórir\nFaroese: fýra\nNorn: fyre\nNorwegian Nynorsk: fjore (archaic, Høgnorsk)\nElfdalian: fyra\nOld Swedish: fiūrir, fiūri, fȳrir, fȳri\nSwedish: fyra\nOld Danish: fiūræ, fiūghræ, fȳræ, firæ\nDanish: fire\nNorwegian Bokmål: fire\n→ Norwegian Nynorsk: fire",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Old Norse: fjórir, fjǫgurir\nIcelandic: fjórir\nFaroese: fýra\nNorn: fyre\nNorwegian Nynorsk: fjore (archaic, Høgnorsk)\nElfdalian: fyra\nOld Swedish: fiūrir, fiūri, fȳrir, fȳri\nSwedish: fyra\nOld Danish: fiūræ, fiūghræ, fȳræ, firæ\nDanish: fire\nNorwegian Bokmål: fire\n→ Norwegian Nynorsk: fire"
    },
    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "got",
            "2": "𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂"
          },
          "expansion": "Gothic: 𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂 (fidwōr)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Gothic: 𐍆𐌹𐌳𐍅𐍉𐍂 (fidwōr)"
    },
    {
      "depth": 2,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gme-cgo",
            "2": "fyder"
          },
          "expansion": "Crimean Gothic: fyder",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Crimean Gothic: fyder"
    }
  ],
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        "2": "",
        "3": "*petwṓr"
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      "name": "m"
    },
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      "args": {
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        "2": "",
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      "name": "m"
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      "name": "inh"
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      "args": {
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      "name": "m"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "",
        "3": "**hwedwōr"
      },
      "expansion": "**hwedwōr",
      "name": "m"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "From pre-Grimm *petwṓr, with an irregular consonant change from *kʷetwṓr, the neuter form of Proto-Indo-European *kʷetwóres. The consonant change was probably caused by the influence of the *p- in the word for \"five\", *pénkʷe. The expected outcome would have been **hwedwōr.",
  "forms": [
    {
      "form": "irregular",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "table-tags"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "gem-decl-num-4",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "inflection-template"
      ]
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      "form": "fedwōr",
      "source": "inflection",
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        "plural"
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    },
    {
      "form": "fedwōr",
      "source": "inflection",
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        "plural"
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    },
    {
      "form": "fedurǫ̂",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "genitive",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
      "form": "fedurmaz",
      "source": "inflection",
      "tags": [
        "dative",
        "plural"
      ]
    },
    {
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  "original_title": "Reconstruction:Proto-Germanic/fedwōr",
  "pos": "num",
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      "word": "feþur-"
    }
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      "categories": [
        "Old Norse links with redundant target parameters",
        "Proto-Germanic cardinal numbers",
        "Proto-Germanic lemmas",
        "Proto-Germanic numerals",
        "Proto-Germanic terms derived from Proto-Indo-European",
        "Proto-Germanic terms inherited from Proto-Indo-European",
        "Proto-Germanic terms with IPA pronunciation",
        "gem-pro:Four"
      ],
      "glosses": [
        "four"
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      "links": [
        [
          "four",
          "four"
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      "tags": [
        "reconstruction"
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  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈɸeð.wɔːr/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "fedwōr"
}

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