"newun" meaning in All languages combined

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Numeral [Proto-Germanic]

IPA: /ˈne.wun/
Etymology: From earlier *newunt, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥, with -t added through influence of *tehun (“ten”). Etymology templates: {{m|gem-pro||*newunt}} *newunt, {{inh|gem-pro|ine-pro|*h₁néwn̥}} Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥, {{m|gem-pro|*tehun||ten}} *tehun (“ten”)
  1. nine Tags: reconstruction Categories (topical): Proto-Germanic cardinal numbers Synonyms: negun (alt: Ingvaeonic and Istvaeonic)
    Sense id: en-newun-gem-pro-num-7c2OcBot

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    {
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        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gmw-pro",
            "2": "*neun"
          },
          "expansion": "Proto-West Germanic: *neun\nOld English: nigon, nigen, nigan, niogen, nygon\nMiddle English: nyne, nine, nin, niȝen, neghen, neyen, nyen, niwon, niȝhenn\nEnglish: nine\nScots: nine, neen\nYola: neen\nOld Frisian: niugun, nigun, niogen\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: njüügen\nHelgoland: neägen\nMooring and Wiedingharde: nüügen\nSylt: niigen\nSaterland Frisian: njuugen, njúgen\nWest Frisian: njoggen\nOld Saxon: nigun\nMiddle Low German: negen\nGerman Low German: negen\nPlautdietsch: näajen\nOld Dutch: nigun\nMiddle Dutch: nēgen\nDutch: negen\nAfrikaans: nege\nBerbice Creole Dutch: negn\nJersey Dutch: nêxe\nNegerhollands: negen, neegen, negon\nSkepi Creole Dutch: negen\n→ Aukan: neigin\n→ Sranan Tongo: neigi\n→ Saramaccan: neígi, neni\nLimburgish: nege\nZealandic: negen\nOld High German: niun\nMiddle High German: niun\nAlemannic German: nüün, nin, nine\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: nòine, noüne\nMòcheno: nai'n\nGerman: neun\nLuxembourgish: néng\nYiddish: נײַן (nayn)",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Proto-West Germanic: *neun\nOld English: nigon, nigen, nigan, niogen, nygon\nMiddle English: nyne, nine, nin, niȝen, neghen, neyen, nyen, niwon, niȝhenn\nEnglish: nine\nScots: nine, neen\nYola: neen\nOld Frisian: niugun, nigun, niogen\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: njüügen\nHelgoland: neägen\nMooring and Wiedingharde: nüügen\nSylt: niigen\nSaterland Frisian: njuugen, njúgen\nWest Frisian: njoggen\nOld Saxon: nigun\nMiddle Low German: negen\nGerman Low German: negen\nPlautdietsch: näajen\nOld Dutch: nigun\nMiddle Dutch: nēgen\nDutch: negen\nAfrikaans: nege\nBerbice Creole Dutch: negn\nJersey Dutch: nêxe\nNegerhollands: negen, neegen, negon\nSkepi Creole Dutch: negen\n→ Aukan: neigin\n→ Sranan Tongo: neigi\n→ Saramaccan: neígi, neni\nLimburgish: nege\nZealandic: negen\nOld High German: niun\nMiddle High German: niun\nAlemannic German: nüün, nin, nine\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: nòine, noüne\nMòcheno: nai'n\nGerman: neun\nLuxembourgish: néng\nYiddish: נײַן (nayn)"
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        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gmq-pro",
            "2": "ᚾᛁᚢ"
          },
          "expansion": "Proto-Norse: ᚾᛁᚢ (niu)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Proto-Norse: ᚾᛁᚢ (niu)"
    },
    {
      "depth": 2,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "non",
            "2": "níu"
          },
          "expansion": "Old Norse: níu, nío\nIcelandic: níu\nFaroese: níggju\nNorn: ni\nNorwegian Nynorsk: ni, nio, nie; (dialectal) niu\nElfdalian: niu\nOld Swedish: nīo\nSwedish: nio\nDanish: ni\nNorwegian Bokmål: ni\nGutnish: nei, neie, näiu, neiå",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Old Norse: níu, nío\nIcelandic: níu\nFaroese: níggju\nNorn: ni\nNorwegian Nynorsk: ni, nio, nie; (dialectal) niu\nElfdalian: niu\nOld Swedish: nīo\nSwedish: nio\nDanish: ni\nNorwegian Bokmål: ni\nGutnish: nei, neie, näiu, neiå"
    },
    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "got",
            "2": "𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽"
          },
          "expansion": "Gothic: 𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽 (niun)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Gothic: 𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽 (niun)"
    }
  ],
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        "2": "",
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      },
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      "name": "m"
    },
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      "args": {
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        "2": "ine-pro",
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      },
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      "name": "inh"
    },
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      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "*tehun",
        "3": "",
        "4": "ten"
      },
      "expansion": "*tehun (“ten”)",
      "name": "m"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "From earlier *newunt, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥, with -t added through influence of *tehun (“ten”).",
  "lang": "Proto-Germanic",
  "lang_code": "gem-pro",
  "original_title": "Reconstruction:Proto-Germanic/newun",
  "pos": "num",
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    {
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        {
          "kind": "topical",
          "name": "Proto-Germanic cardinal numbers",
          "parents": [
            "Cardinal numbers",
            "Numbers",
            "All topics",
            "Terms by semantic function",
            "Fundamental"
          ],
          "source": "w"
        }
      ],
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        "nine"
      ],
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          "nine"
        ]
      ],
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        {
          "alt": "Ingvaeonic and Istvaeonic",
          "word": "negun"
        }
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      "tags": [
        "reconstruction"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈne.wun/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "newun"
}
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    {
      "depth": 1,
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        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gmw-pro",
            "2": "*neun"
          },
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          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Proto-West Germanic: *neun\nOld English: nigon, nigen, nigan, niogen, nygon\nMiddle English: nyne, nine, nin, niȝen, neghen, neyen, nyen, niwon, niȝhenn\nEnglish: nine\nScots: nine, neen\nYola: neen\nOld Frisian: niugun, nigun, niogen\nNorth Frisian:\nFöhr-Amrum: njüügen\nHelgoland: neägen\nMooring and Wiedingharde: nüügen\nSylt: niigen\nSaterland Frisian: njuugen, njúgen\nWest Frisian: njoggen\nOld Saxon: nigun\nMiddle Low German: negen\nGerman Low German: negen\nPlautdietsch: näajen\nOld Dutch: nigun\nMiddle Dutch: nēgen\nDutch: negen\nAfrikaans: nege\nBerbice Creole Dutch: negn\nJersey Dutch: nêxe\nNegerhollands: negen, neegen, negon\nSkepi Creole Dutch: negen\n→ Aukan: neigin\n→ Sranan Tongo: neigi\n→ Saramaccan: neígi, neni\nLimburgish: nege\nZealandic: negen\nOld High German: niun\nMiddle High German: niun\nAlemannic German: nüün, nin, nine\nBavarian:\nCimbrian: nòine, noüne\nMòcheno: nai'n\nGerman: neun\nLuxembourgish: néng\nYiddish: נײַן (nayn)"
    },
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      "depth": 1,
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        {
          "args": {
            "1": "gmq-pro",
            "2": "ᚾᛁᚢ"
          },
          "expansion": "Proto-Norse: ᚾᛁᚢ (niu)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Proto-Norse: ᚾᛁᚢ (niu)"
    },
    {
      "depth": 2,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "non",
            "2": "níu"
          },
          "expansion": "Old Norse: níu, nío\nIcelandic: níu\nFaroese: níggju\nNorn: ni\nNorwegian Nynorsk: ni, nio, nie; (dialectal) niu\nElfdalian: niu\nOld Swedish: nīo\nSwedish: nio\nDanish: ni\nNorwegian Bokmål: ni\nGutnish: nei, neie, näiu, neiå",
          "name": "desctree"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Old Norse: níu, nío\nIcelandic: níu\nFaroese: níggju\nNorn: ni\nNorwegian Nynorsk: ni, nio, nie; (dialectal) niu\nElfdalian: niu\nOld Swedish: nīo\nSwedish: nio\nDanish: ni\nNorwegian Bokmål: ni\nGutnish: nei, neie, näiu, neiå"
    },
    {
      "depth": 1,
      "templates": [
        {
          "args": {
            "1": "got",
            "2": "𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽"
          },
          "expansion": "Gothic: 𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽 (niun)",
          "name": "desc"
        }
      ],
      "text": "Gothic: 𐌽𐌹𐌿𐌽 (niun)"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_templates": [
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "",
        "3": "*newunt"
      },
      "expansion": "*newunt",
      "name": "m"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "ine-pro",
        "3": "*h₁néwn̥"
      },
      "expansion": "Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥",
      "name": "inh"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "gem-pro",
        "2": "*tehun",
        "3": "",
        "4": "ten"
      },
      "expansion": "*tehun (“ten”)",
      "name": "m"
    }
  ],
  "etymology_text": "From earlier *newunt, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥, with -t added through influence of *tehun (“ten”).",
  "lang": "Proto-Germanic",
  "lang_code": "gem-pro",
  "original_title": "Reconstruction:Proto-Germanic/newun",
  "pos": "num",
  "senses": [
    {
      "categories": [
        "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"
      ],
      "glosses": [
        "nine"
      ],
      "links": [
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          "nine",
          "nine"
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      ],
      "tags": [
        "reconstruction"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈne.wun/"
    }
  ],
  "synonyms": [
    {
      "alt": "Ingvaeonic and Istvaeonic",
      "word": "negun"
    }
  ],
  "word": "newun"
}

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