"fi" meaning in Catalan

See fi in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

IPA: [ˈfi] [Balearic, Central, Valencian] Forms: fina [feminine], fins [masculine, plural], fines [feminine, plural]
Etymology: From the same source as the above (with similar occurrences in most Romance languages), or less likely, possibly originally from fidus, which also gave Old Occitan fi, phonetically. Head templates: {{ca-adj|#na}} fi (feminine fina, masculine plural fins, feminine plural fines)
  1. fine, thin
    Sense id: en-fi-ca-adj-DOIH96sn
  2. soft, smooth
    Sense id: en-fi-ca-adj-FyPTGLwV
  3. sharp, keen
    Sense id: en-fi-ca-adj-jl6i-xbI
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: finament, finesa, finor, superfí
Etymology number: 2

Noun

IPA: [ˈfi] [Balearic, Central, Valencian] Forms: fins [plural]
Etymology: Inherited from Latin fīnis. Compare Occitan fin, French fin, Italian fine. Etymology templates: {{glossary|Inherited}} Inherited, {{inh|ca|la|fīnis|||g=|g2=|g3=|id=|lit=|nocat=|pos=|sc=|sort=|tr=|ts=}} Latin fīnis, {{inh+|ca|la|fīnis}} Inherited from Latin fīnis, {{cog|oc|fin}} Occitan fin, {{cog|fr|fin}} French fin, {{cog|it|fine}} Italian fine Head templates: {{ca-noun|f|#ns}} fi f (plural fins)
  1. finish; the end Tags: feminine Categories (topical): Time Derived forms: a la fi, al cap i a la fi, en fi, fi de segle, fins i tot, per fi
    Sense id: en-fi-ca-noun-tQrrHL1I Disambiguation of Time: 0 0 0 100 0 Categories (other): Catalan feminine nouns with no feminine ending Disambiguation of Catalan feminine nouns with no feminine ending: 3 3 6 43 45
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 1

Noun

IPA: [ˈfi] [Balearic, Central, Valencian] Forms: fis [plural]
Etymology: Borrowed from Latin phi, from Ancient Greek φεῖ (pheî). Etymology templates: {{glossary|loanword|Borrowed}} Borrowed, {{bor|ca|la|phi|||g=|g2=|g3=|id=|lit=|nocat=|pos=|sc=|sort=|tr=|ts=}} Latin phi, {{bor+|ca|la|phi}} Borrowed from Latin phi, {{der|ca|grc|φεῖ}} Ancient Greek φεῖ (pheî) Head templates: {{ca-noun|f}} fi f (plural fis)
  1. phi; the Greek letter Φ (lowercase φ) Tags: feminine Categories (topical): Greek letter names
    Sense id: en-fi-ca-noun-NVMixbP- Disambiguation of Greek letter names: 1 1 5 3 90 Categories (other): Translingual terms with redundant script codes, Catalan entries with incorrect language header, Catalan feminine nouns with no feminine ending Disambiguation of Catalan entries with incorrect language header: 1 1 7 8 83 Disambiguation of Catalan feminine nouns with no feminine ending: 3 3 6 43 45
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Etymology number: 3

Inflected forms

Download JSON data for fi meaning in Catalan (4.9kB)

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