"hiam" meaning in All languages combined

See hiam on Wiktionary

Adjective [English]

IPA: /hjʌm(˦)/ [Singapore] Forms: more hiam [comparative], most hiam [superlative]
Etymology: Borrowed from Hokkien 薟/莶 (hiam, “spicy”). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|nan-hbl|-}} Hokkien, {{zh-l|薟|hiam|spicy}} 薟/莶 (hiam, “spicy”) Head templates: {{en-adj}} hiam (comparative more hiam, superlative most hiam)
  1. (Singapore, colloquial) Of food: hot and spicy. Tags: Singapore, colloquial Categories (topical): Taste

soft-redirect [Hokkien]

  1. Tags: no-gloss
    Sense id: en-hiam-nan-hbl-soft-redirect-47DEQpj8

Adjective [Jarai]

Head templates: {{head|jra|adjective}} hiam
  1. beautiful
    Sense id: en-hiam-jra-adj-xqFCfXEZ Categories (other): Jarai entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Jarai entries with incorrect language header: 50 50
  2. good, fine
    Sense id: en-hiam-jra-adj-3msbpDQl Categories (other): Jarai entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Jarai entries with incorrect language header: 50 50

Verb [Portuguese]

Head templates: {{head|pt|verb form}} hiam
  1. Obsolete spelling of iam. Tags: alt-of, obsolete Alternative form of: iam
    Sense id: en-hiam-pt-verb-Mu3UPItJ Categories (other): Portuguese entries with incorrect language header

Download JSONL data for hiam meaning in All languages combined (3.5kB)

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