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  1. a

  1. Substantiivi

  2. Verbi

a englanniksi

  1. A

  1. ''The first letter of the script|basic modern Latin alphabet.''

  2. ''Used in the Phonetic Alphabet and several romanization systems of non-Latin scripts to represent an open front unrounded vowel.''

  3. atto-, prefix for 10-18 in the System of Units.

  4. Year as a unit of time, specifically a year or 365.25 days.

  5. An are, a unit of area one hundredth of a hectare; ares.

  6. acceleration

  7. ''The first letter of the English alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  8. ''The ordinal number first, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called a and written in the script|Latin script.''

  9. ''The name of the script|Latin script letter A/a.''

  10. One; any indefinite example of; used to denote a singular item of a group. (defdate)

  11. (ux)

  12. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  13. 2005, Emily Kingsley (lyricist), Kevin Clash (voice actor), “A Cookie is a Sometime Food”, ''Sesame Street'', season 36, Sesame Workshop:

  14. ''Hoots the Owl:'' Yes a, fruit, is a (SI), any, time, food!
  15. 2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)

  16. Anna, do you have a pen? — Yes. I have a pen in my bag. I have a (stressed) …
    : (audio)
  17. ''Used in conjunction with the adjectives score, dozen, hundred, thousand, and million, as a function word.''

  18. One certain or particular; any single. (defdate)Brown, Lesley, (2003)

  19. The same; one. (defdate)

  20. Any, every; used before a noun which has become modified to limit its scope; also used with a negative to indicate not a single one.Lindberg, Christine A. (2007)

  21. ''Used before plural nouns modified by few, good many, couple, great many, etc.''

  22. Someone or something like; similar to; ''Used before a proper noun to create an example out of it.''

  23. ''To do with position or direction;'' In, on, at, by, towards, onto. (defdate)

  24. ''To do with separation;'' In, into. (defdate)

  25. ''To do with time;'' Each, per, in, on, by. (defdate)

  26. 1601, (w), ''(w)'', IV-v

  27. A Sundays
  28. (quote-web)|date=3 February 2019|passage=Patent requests for machine learning activities grew on average by 28 percent a year between 2013 and 2016, the study found.

  29. ''To do with method;'' In, with. (defdate)

  30. (RQ:Marlowe Jew of Malta)

  31. Stands here a purpose.
  32. ''To do with role or capacity;'' In. (defdate)

  33. ''To do with status;'' In. (defdate)

  34. ''(w)'' (II Chronicles 2:18)

    To set the people a worke.

  35. ''To do with process, with a passive verb;'' In the course of, experiencing. (defdate)

  36. 1964, (w), ''The Times They Are a-Changin’''

    The times, they are a-changin'.

  37. ''To do with an action, an active verb;'' Engaged in. (defdate)

  38. 1605~1608 Shakespeare

  39. It was a doing.

    1611, ''(w)'', Hebrews 11-21

    Jacob, when he was a dying

  40. ''To do with an action/movement;'' To, into. (defdate)

  41. (senseid) Have. (defdate)

  42. (ux) from Robert Holland, M.R.A.C., ''A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester,'' Part I--A to F., English Dialect Society, London, 1884, 1

  43. 1604, (w), ''(w)''

  44. So would I a done by yonder ſunne
    And thou hadſt not come to my bed.
  45. He, ''or sometimes'' she, it. (defdate) (rfclarify)

  46. (quote-text)| title=(w), III-ii| passage=a’ brushes his hat o’ mornings.

  47. (senseid) Of.

  48. ''a.'' 1597, (w), ''(w)'', I-ii

  49. What time a day is it?
  50. 1598, (w), ''(w)''

  51. It’s six a clock.
  52. 1931, (w), "(w)"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1twQsaQblNI:

  53. Two bottles 'a whiskey for the way
  54. All. (defdate)

  55. All. (defdate)

  56. Distance from leading edge to aerodynamic center.

  57. absorption coefficient

  58. rotation

  59. allele (recessive)

  60. across

  61. ''Do you have the answer for 23a?''

  62. (altform)

  63. 2001, Louis F. Newcomb, ''Car Salesman: A Legacy'', iUniverse ((ISBN)), page 91:

  64. “I show a you right a here I can fuck a you.” “Is she crazy?” I asked Wyman.
  65. house

  66. this, these (qualifier)

  67. or

  68. there

  69. probably, perhaps

  70. whether

  71. ''The first letter of the Standard Albanian Latin-script alphabet.''

  72. tree

  73. (''transitive, Mpakwithi'') to pull

  74. the

  75. to, towards

  76. a (the name of the letter A, a)

  77. ''The first letter of the Azerbaijani alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  78. the (definite article).

  79. ah (expression of surprise)

  80. eh (expression of reluctance)

  81. they, them (plural)

  82. he, she, they (singular)

  83. ''The first letter of the Basque alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  84. ''The name of the Latin-script letter A.''

  85. a

  86. of

  87. ''The first letter of the Catalan alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  88. in, at; indicating a particular time or place

  89. to; indicating movement towards a particular place

  90. to; indicating a target or indirect object

  91. per

  92. by

  93. open mouth

  94. smell, taste

  95. he

  96. she

  97. it

  98. he is

  99. she is

  100. it is

  101. a, an

  102. (uxi)

  103. ''Marks the following verb to the preceding subject.''

  104. of (''expressing separation, origin, composition/substance or a quality'')

  105. of (''between a preceding large number and a following plural noun to express quantity'')

  106. from (''indicating provenance'')

  107. the (qualifier)

  108. her, it (qualifier)

  109. and

  110. to

  111. at

  112. ''The first letter of the Danish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  113. ''The name of the letter (m) or (m).''

  114. of, of...each, each containing

  115. to, or

  116. (imperative of)

  117. ''The first letter of the Dutch alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  118. (senseid) a stream or water

  119. you

  120. (egy-alt)

  121. I

  122. we

  123. you (plural)

  124. ''The first letter of the Esperanto alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  125. ''The first letter of the Estonian alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  126. (abbreviation of); year

  127. (qualifier) but

  128. ''feminine singular of the definite article (l)''

  129. (quote-book)|translation=The greatness of the Spanish language is unquestionable, and its study, use and defense must be something consubstantial to us, (..)

  130. ''The first letter of the Faroese alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  131. ''The first letter of the Finnish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  132. A (note)

  133. ''The first letter of the French alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  134. a, ''the name of the Latin-script letter A''

  135. (alternative form of)

  136. (rfex)

  137. (inflection of)

  138. ''The first letter of the Fula alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  139. you (qualifier)

  140. to, toward; ''indicating direction of motion''

  141. ''introducing an object''

  142. ''used to indicate the time of an action''

  143. to, until; ''used to indicate the end of a range''

  144. by, on, by means of; ''expresses a mode of action''

  145. for; ''indicates price or cost''

  146. the

  147. a (name of the letter A, a)

  148. ''The first letter of the German alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  149. (alt form)

  150. (abbreviation of)

  151. four

  152. (romanization of)

  153. you (singular)

  154. the, ''article''

  155. and (used between sentences)

  156. until, to

  157. of, belonging to

  158. this

  159. that

  160. (uxi)a heti at e-nyelv.hu

  161. (senseid) ''The first letter of the Hungarian alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  162. ''The first letter of the Icelandic alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  163. ''The first letter of the Ido alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  164. (apocopic form of)

  165. ''The first letter of the Igbo alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  166. somebody, one, they, people (an unspecified individual).

  167. ''A gwara ya ka ọ bịa.''

    He/she was told to come.

  168. this, the (thing) here.

  169. (Latn-def)

  170. {{quote-book|idb|year=1883|author=Hugo Schuchardt|title=Kreolische Studien|worklang=de|volume=3

  171. to, at

  172. to, for (indicating purpose)

  173. listen, hark

  174. oops (used to acknowledge an error)

  175. oh (used to express surprise)

  176. his, its

  177. her, its

  178. their

  179. our

  180. your (''plural'')

  181. how (qualifier)

  182. ''introduces a direct relative clause, takes the independent form of an irregular verb''

  183. ''introduces an indirect relative clause''

  184. all that, whatever

  185. ''introduces a vocative''

  186. ''introduces a numeral''

  187. to (qualifier)

  188. 1877, Antonio Ive, ''Canti popolari istriani: raccolti a Rovigno'', volume 5, Ermanno Loescher, page 99:

  189. A poûpa, a prùa a xì doûto bandere,
    : At the stern, at the bow everything is flags,
  190. ''emphasises a verb; mandatory with impersonal verbs''

  191. a, ''the name of the Latin-script letter A''

  192. in

  193. ''Indicates the direct object, mainly to avoid confusion when it, the subject, or both are displaced, or for emphasis''

  194. (misspelling of)

  195. (ja-romanization of)

  196. ''masculine youth indicator''

  197. ''indicator of a question''

  198. your

  199. ''The first letter of the Kabuverdianu alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  200. this

  201. I (1st-person personal pronoun)

  202. pig

  203. not

  204. but, however, while, signal

  205. and, but, so, well

  206. the first letter of the Latin alphabet.

  207. ''The name of the letter ''(l)''.''

  208. (sense) from, away from, out of

  209. (sense) down from

  210. (sense) (q) by, means of

  211. (sense) (q) by, means of, with

  212. (sense) to, with

  213. ''Timorumenos|Heauton Timorumenos'' (“The Self-Tormentor”) by Publius Terentius Afer

  214. ''Homo sum, humani nihil ā me alienum puto.''
    : I am a man, I consider nothing that is human alien to me.
  215. (sense) at, on, in

  216. (q) after, since

  217. ah

  218. ''The first letter of the Latvian alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  219. ''The name of the script|Latin script letter (l)/(l).''

  220. ''indicates the direct object, mainly to avoid confusion when it, the subject, or both are displaced, or for emphasis''

  221. ''The first letter of the Livonian alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  222. to have

  223. ''The second letter of the Lushootseed alphabet, pronounced as an open back unrounded vowel.''

  224. ''The first letter of the Malay alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  225. ''The first letter of the Maltese alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  226. (pinyin reading of)

  227. (nonstandard spelling of)

  228. he, him (qualifier)

  229. she, her (qualifier)

  230. it (qualifier)

  231. ''(determinative particle for names)''

  232. ''(particle for pronouns when succeeding ki, i, kei, and hei)''

  233. ''expresses satisfaction, pity, fright, or admiration''

  234. wake, awaken

  235. flea

  236. river, stream, water

  237. (alt form)

  238. to; towards

  239. O (vocative particle)

  240. who, which, that

  241. ''inserted before the verb when the subject of direct object precedes it''

  242. Pendeuic Dyuet|Pwyll Pendeuic Dyuet:

  243. (lang)
    : (w) Prince of of Dyfed|Dyfed was lord of the seven cantrefs of Dyfed.
  244. ''used to introduce a direct question''

  245. whether, ''used to introduce an indirect question''

  246. ''used between a focused adjective and the noun it modifies''

  247. : it will be small vengeance if we are burnt or put to death because of the child
  248. with

  249. a, an

  250. I (qualifier)

  251. (quote-book)

  252. (quote)
    (..)
  253. ''The first letter of the Navajo alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  254. a = (IPAchar)

    ą = (IPAchar)

    á = (IPAchar)

    ą́ = (IPAchar)

    aa = (IPAchar)

    ąą = (IPAchar)

    áa = (IPAchar)

    ą́ą = (IPAchar)

    aá = (IPAchar)

    ąą́ = (IPAchar)

    áá = (IPAchar)

    ą́ą́ = (IPAchar)

  255. from (referring to a place)

  256. by (introducing the actor in the passive voice)

  257. to (implying necessity)

  258. in (locative: staying in a place of relative width)

  259. to (locative: moving towards a place of relative width)

  260. to (dative)

  261. (inflection of)

  262. the letter a, the first letter of the Norwegian alphabet

  263. (quote-book)|title=I kamp for norsk kultur|page=234|passage=bruken av a i bestemt form i hunkjønnsord|t=the use of a in the definite form of feminine words

  264. indicates the first or best entry of a list, order or rank

  265. (quote-book)|title=Samlede digter-verker I|trans-title=Collected poetic works 1|page=454|passage=begynte at gaa sammen, to og to: a stod og hvilte under et træ, som hedte b|t=letters began to go together, two by two: a stood and rested under a tree called b

  266. (quote-book)|title=Samlede Digterverker V|page=389|passage=begynde paa Ø istedet for A|t=start with Ø instead of A

  267. (quote-book)|title=Mogning og manndom I|page=172|passage=jeg traf sammen med et par generalbanditter, gamle gutter, storartede ranglefanter, 1ste klasse 1 A med stjerne, deilige herremænd|t=I met a couple of general bandits, old boys, great revelers, 1st class 1 A with a star, lovely gentlemen

  268. (quote-book)|title=Artikler|page=99|passage=historie er hvad A mener til forskel fra B, og hvad C igen mener til forskel baade fra A og B om den samme sag|t=story is what A thinks differently from B and what C again thinks differently from both A and B about the same case

  269. (syn)

  270. the highest grade in a school or university using the A-F scale

  271. (quote-book)|title=Stillheten etterpå|page=14|passage=jeg har gode karakterer. Bare A-er og B-er|t=I have good grades. Only A's and B's

  272. designation of the sixth note from C and the corresponding tone

  273. (quote-book)|title=Avreisen|page=127|passage=han slår énstrøken a på klaveret|t=he strikes one stroke A on the piano

  274. (quote-book)|title=G for Georg|page=42|passage=så gal at man virkelig tror at svaler er g-nøkler og bass-nøkler og a’er og c’er som svever rundt hverandre og lager konsert i himmelen|t=so crazy that you really think swallows are g-keys and bass-keys and a's and c's floating around each other and making a concert in the sky

  275. symbol for ampere

  276. symbol for number

  277. symbol for avance

  278. symbol for (l)

  279. short form of (l)

  280. an are, a unit of area one hundredth of a hectare; ares

  281. (alternative spelling of)

  282. (''used in Latin expressions, before a consonant'') from, of

  283. (l), (l), (l), (l), (l), (l), (l)

  284. (''used in Italian expressions, before a consonant'') from, of, with

  285. (l), (l), (l), (l), (l)

  286. weak form of av (of)

  287. (''dialectal, used enclitically after a conjunction or subjunction'') she

  288. (quote-book)|title=Skuespill I|page=43|passage=jagu slår a ja. Og det så det kjens. Forleden dag ga hun meg en knallende ørefik|t=she can certainly punch. And so you feel it. The other day she gave me a popping slap to the ear

  289. (quote-book)|title=Den guddommelige tragedie|passage=hu kunne ikke henge på seg så mye som et enrada perlebånd, uten at a måtte skotte opp i skyene for å høre hva den aller høyeste mente|t=she could not put on as much as a single string of pearls, without having to shoot up into the clouds to hear what the very highest one meant

  290. (''dialectal, about grammatically feminine animals or objects'') it, she

  291. (quote-book)|title=Vi og Voreses|page=45|passage=hos Hansens laa dem te klokka var ni, og 10 var a mange ganger ogsaa|t=at Hansen's they laid until nine o'clock, and 10 she was many times too

  292. (quote-book)|title=Lasso rundt fru Luna|page=476|passage=hvor ligger a duskeluen henne?|t=where is the hat?

  293. ''hvor er a katta di?''

    where is your cat?

  294. (''dialectal, used enclitically'') her; ''object form of'' (l) (=''she'')

  295. ''hva gjorde du med a?''

    what did you do to her?

  296. (quote-book)|title=Av hans efterladte papirer|page=245|passage=jeg skrev klaverstykker … en lille scherzo med nordisk motiv … «gjenta» og «Jørgen Matros», som gjør kur til ’a og «Ola Spelman» som hun foretrækker|t=I wrote piano pieces… a small scherzo with a Nordic motif… «gjenta» and «Jørgen Matros», which makes cure for her and «Ola Spelman» which she prefers

  297. (quote-book)|title=Samlede romaner og fortællinger fra nutiden I|page=6|passage=jeg kan da gjerne skjære litt mat til a|t=I could happily cut some food for her

  298. (quote-book)|title=En sjømann går i land|page=19|passage=han stakk henne med kniven, riktig kylt’n midt i magan på a|t=he stabbed her with the knife, really threw in the middle of her stomach

  299. (''dialectal, about grammatically feminine animals or objects'') it, her

  300. ''hvis katta stikker av, må du fange a!''

    if the cat runs away, you need to catch her!

  301. (quote-book)|title=Over Ævne II|page=136|passage=naar kjærka ikke kan holde arbejderne i ave age, aa faen skal vi saa me’a|t=when the church can not keep the workers in duty, what the hell do we do with her then

  302. (''dialectal, used proclitically with a woman's name or female relation'') she, her

  303. (quote-book)|title=Samlede romaner og fortællinger fra nutiden V|page=96|passage=ta a Guldborg|t=consider Guldborg

  304. (quote-book)|title=Samlede romaner og fortællinger fra nutiden V|page=64|passage=har du glemt a mamma|t=did you forget about mom

  305. (quote-book)|title=Samlede dikt|page=88|passage=a Paula kom plystrende hjem|t=Paula came home whistling

  306. (quote-web)

  307. ''expression of surprise or horror''

  308. ''expression of admiration or happiness''

  309. (quote-book)|title=Fram over Polhavet I|page=345|passage=a, kunde vi bare gi «Fram» slige vinger|t=oh, if only we could give "Fram" wings like that

  310. ''used with the words yes and no to give a sense of impatience or rejection''

  311. (quote-book)|title=Fru Inger til Østråt|page=99|passage=a nej, det kan være det samme|t=oh no, it does not matter

  312. (quote-book)|title=Brytnings-år I|page=25|passage=a ja, lad Schirmer tegne staburet|t=oh yes, let Schirmer draw the storehouse

  313. (quote-book)|title=Giacomettis forunderlige reise|passage=verden er vakker, bestemor. Selv når det regner og blåser. A ja da.|t=the world is beautiful, grandma. Even when it's raining and windy. Oh yes.

  314. ''expression of anger or sorrow, especially with a personal pronoun''

  315. ''uff a meg!''

    oh, my!

    ''huff a meg!''

    oh, no!

  316. the letter a

  317. ah!

  318. a (the letter a)

  319. stream, river

  320. on, in, at

  321. (infl of)

  322. river, stream, water

  323. ever, always

  324. ''The first letter of the Old French alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  325. towards

  326. belonging to

  327. (RQ:sga-gloss)

  328. (senseid) that which, what

  329. when

  330. (quote) are hedged in
  331. O (gloss)

  332. : Thou wilt restrain the evil men, O God, from their iniquity, for their iniquity is prosperous if it be not restrained by God.
  333. of

  334. : when the five kings who carried Lot out of Sodom had been routed by Abraham
  335. (roa-opt-cite-cantigas)

  336. fugiu con el a Egipto. terra de Reẏ Faraon.
    : ran away with him to Egypt, land of the Pharaoh king.
  337. water

  338. a, the

  339. ''linking particle''

  340. ''The first letter of the Polish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  341. and; but

  342. (senseid) (Latn-def)

  343. (senseid) (alternative spelling of)

  344. (senseid) (inflection of)

  345. (RQ:mul:Rowling Harry Potter)

  346. (senseid) Her, it (as a direct object; as an indirect object, see lhe; after prepositions, see ela).

  347. (senseid) to, ''introduces the indirect object''

  348. (senseid) to; towards, ''indicates destination''

  349. (senseid) away, ''indicates a physical distance''

  350. (senseid) with; means of, ''using as an instrument or means''

  351. (senseid) with; on, ''using as a medium or fuel''

  352. (senseid) by, ''using the specified measurement; in the specified quantity''

  353. (senseid) by, ''indicates a steady progression''

  354. (senseid) ''in the style or manner of''; la

  355. (senseid) at, ''during the specified period''

  356. (senseid) at; in, ''indicates a location or position''

  357. (senseid) ''indicates the direct object, mainly to avoid confusion when it, the subject, or both are displaced, or for emphasis''

  358. (senseid) ''forms the present participle; in Brazil, the gerund is used instead''

  359. (senseid) to, ''forms the future participle''

  360. (senseid) oh, ''expression of mild surprise''

  361. ''possessive particle marking an alienable possession''; of

  362. oh, ah

  363. ''The first letter of the Romanian alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  364. of (+ genitive)

  365. (cot)

  366. ''the infinitive marker:'' to

  367. at (now almost completely replaced by (m))

  368. , (m), (m) like

  369. ''modal auxiliary''

  370. (he/she) has...

    (ux)

  371. ''The first letter of the Scots alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  372. a, an (indefinite article)

  373. (n-g); O

  374. his, its

  375. her, its

  376. ''introduces a relative clause''

  377. (n-g)

  378. (n-g); to

  379. (alternative form of)

  380. (alternative form of) (gloss)

  381. The 1st letter of the Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet (gajica), followed by (l).

  382. but, and (compare (m))

  383. while (on the contrary), whereas

  384. without (usually after negative verbs)

  385. ((m) (m)) and yet

  386. ((m) (m)) not to mention, alone

  387. ((m) + (m) + (m)) if

  388. ((m) + (m)) and so, and also, and too

  389. ''The first letter of the Skolt Sami alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  390. ''The first letter of the Slovak alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  391. ''The first letter of the Slovene alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  392. oh

  393. but

  394. (form of), particle used to form a yes- no question.

  395. ''The first letter of the Spanish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  396. ''Name of the letter (m).''

  397. 1605, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, ''Don Quijote de la Mancha''1, Chapter I:

  398. Tenía en su casa una ama que pasaba de los cuarenta y una sobrina que no llegaba a los veinte, y un mozo de campo y plaza que así ensillaba el rocín como tomaba la podadera.
    : He had in his house a housekeeper past forty, a niece under twenty, and a lad for the field and market-place, who used to saddle the hack as well as handle the billhook.
  399. ''Used before words referring to people, pets, or personified objects or places that function as direct objects: a.''

  400. he, she, it

  401. at, to

  402. to be (used with a noun phrase as complement)

  403. from (qualifier)

  404. ''The first letter of the Swedish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  405. ah: ''an exclamation of pity, admiration or surprise''

  406. ''The first letter of the Tagalog alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  407. eh?

  408. (RQ:Buk Baibel)

  409. ''a personal article, used after the prepositions (l) and (l) and before personal names or names of months''

  410. ''marks alienable possession''; of

  411. ''The first letter of the Turkish alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  412. ''The first letter of the Turkmen alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  413. the (''establishing a parallel between two comparatives'')

  414. ''The first letter of the Vietnamese alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  415. (abbreviation of)

  416. ''The first letter of the Votic alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  417. ah!, oh!

  418. oops!

  419. ouch!

  420. but (Following a negative clause or sentence) the contrary|On the contrary, but rather

  421. However, although, nevertheless, the other hand

  422. (Latn-def) ''It is followed by (l).''

  423. that, which, who ''(used in 'direct' relative clauses, i.e. where the pronoun refers to the subject or the direct object of an inflected verb (as opposed to a periphrastic construction with ''bod'', to be)).''

  424. ''a'' is not used with the third person singular present of the verb bod, where the relative verb form ''sydd'' is used instead

  425. Not ''*Y dyn a yw'n ifanc'' but ''Y dyn sydd yn ifanc''

  426. ''a'' is not used in indirect relative clauses, where the pronoun is part of a genitive or periphrastic construction. Instead the second relative pronoun ''y'' is used

  427. "The man whose sister was here": not ''*Y dyn a oedd ei chwaer yma'' but ''Y dyn yr oedd ei chwaer yma''

  428. we (gl)

  429. him, her, it (gl)

  430. ''The first letter of the Zazaki alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''

  431. crow

  432. mother

  433. ''used to express question''

  434. hen

  435. ''The first letter of the Zulu alphabet, written in the script|Latin script.''