"dar" meaning in Cimbrian

See dar in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Article

Etymology: From Middle High German der, from Old High German der, ther. Cognate with German der, Dutch die, English the, Swedish den. Doublet of dèar (demonstrative pronoun). Etymology templates: {{inh|cim|gmh|der}} Middle High German der, {{inh|cim|goh|der}} Old High German der, {{cog|de|der}} German der, {{cog|nl|die}} Dutch die, {{cog|en|the}} English the, {{cog|sv|den}} Swedish den, {{doublet|cim|dèar|pos1=demonstrative pronoun}} Doublet of dèar (demonstrative pronoun) Head templates: {{head|cim|articles}} dar Inflection templates: {{cim-decl-definite article}} Forms: no-table-tags [table-tags], dar [masculine, nominative], de [feminine, nominative], di [feminine, nominative], 's [neuter, nominative], z [neuter, nominative], de [nominative, plural], di [nominative, plural], in [accusative, masculine], de [accusative, feminine], di [accusative, feminine], 's [accusative, neuter], z [accusative, neuter], de [accusative, plural], di [accusative, plural], me [dative, masculine], dar [dative, feminine], me [dative, neuter], in [dative, plural]
  1. (Luserna, Sette Comuni) the; definite article for two declensions:
    nominative singular masculine
    Tags: Luserna, Sette-Comuni, masculine, nominative, singular
    Sense id: en-dar-cim-article-h4mhE3O1 Categories (other): Luserna Cimbrian, Sette Comuni Cimbrian, Cimbrian articles, Cimbrian entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Cimbrian articles: 50 50 Disambiguation of Cimbrian entries with incorrect language header: 50 50
  2. (Luserna, Sette Comuni) the; definite article for two declensions:
    dative singular feminine
    Tags: Luserna, Sette-Comuni, dative, feminine, singular
    Sense id: en-dar-cim-article-97Aoo~Mz Categories (other): Luserna Cimbrian, Sette Comuni Cimbrian, Cimbrian articles, Cimbrian entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Cimbrian articles: 50 50 Disambiguation of Cimbrian entries with incorrect language header: 50 50
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: vomme, von [contraction], vóndar

Download JSONL data for dar meaning in Cimbrian (4.8kB)

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    }
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          "english": "The man is stronger than the woman.",
          "text": "Dar mann is stérchor dan 's baip.",
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        {
          "english": "The devil lost his tail.",
          "text": "Dar tòibel hat borlóart in sbantz.",
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    "Cimbrian lemmas",
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    "Cimbrian terms derived from Old High German",
    "Cimbrian terms inherited from Middle High German",
    "Cimbrian terms inherited from Old High German"
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