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  1. Sweden

  2. A type of ancient Chinese plucked zither.

  3. cloud

  4. (non-gloss definition)

  5. ''Dis my ouma se huis.'' — This is my grandmother’s house.

  6. that, as, when

  7. ''Më duket se ke nevojë për disa shokë të rinj.'' — It seems to me that you need some new friends.

    ''Im vëlla më tha se don të bisedojë me ty rreth librit të ri.'' — My brother told me that he wants to talk to you about the new book.

  8. water

  9. that, this

  10. ''Petra eo se?'' — What's that?

  11. himself, herself, itself (direct or indirect object)

  12. oneself (direct or indirect object)

  13. themselves (direct or indirect object)

  14. other (direct or indirect object)

  15. (gloss) one in number.

  16. they

  17. oneself (clitic form of reflexive pronoun (m))

  18. myself

    yourself

    himself

    herself

    itself

    ourselves

    yourselves

    themselves

  19. (l)

  20. oneself

  21. to (l)

  22. to see each other

  23. one

  24. if

  25. law

  26. (quote-book)

  27. (Latn-def)

  28. flower

  29. gills

  30. it

  31. that (gloss)

  32. he, she

  33. the (q)

  34. that (gloss)

  35. (to) himself

  36. (to) herself

  37. (to) oneself

  38. (to) itself

  39. (to) themselves

  40. (to) other

  41. (non-gloss definition)

  42. (uxi)

  43. (inflection of)

  44. husband

  45. she

  46. ''Se is Anke.'' — She is Anke (Annie).

  47. they

  48. ''Se kaamt ut Bremen.'' — They come from Bremen.

  49. 1861, G. Ungt, ''Twee Geschichten in Mönstersk Platt. Ollmanns Jans in de Friümde un Ollmanns Jans up de Reise'', page 163:

  50. Dao gävven5 sick de Beiden dann auk an, datt se wier by ähr keimen.6
    : 5 gaben – gaben sich an – strengten sich an.   6 zu ihnen kamen.
  51. to be

  52. that is (compare French c'est)

  53. it is (compare French c'est)

  54. (alternative form of).

  55. ''La klerko komencus laborar se ilu povus.'' — The clerk would begin to work if he could.

    ''Se me povus, me komprus altra domo.'' — If I could, I would buy another house.

  56. this, that

  57. it (q)

  58. Reflexive: oneself, himself, herself, itself, themselves.

  59. (ux)

  60. Reciprocal: other, another.

  61. Used for passive constructions with undetermined agent (translated by "one").

  62. (ux) (Literally, “...the sea sees itself.”)

  63. Hence, used for expressions of the type "to get/become ...-ed".

  64. ''espaventar'' — “to frighten”; ''espaventar se'' = "to get frightened" (lit., "to frighten oneself")

  65. 1877, Antonio Ive, ''Canti popolari istriani: raccolti a Rovigno'', volume 5, Ermanno Loescher, page 99:

  66. Biela, se ti vedissi li galiere
    : Beautiful one, if you saw the galleys
  67. whether

  68. only

  69. (alternative form of)

  70. (alternative spelling of)

  71. (ja-romanization of)

  72. he/she/it ''(absent from speaker)'' (gloss)

  73. he, she, it

  74. one, you, we, they, people. Note: often translated using the passive voice in English.

  75. oneself, himself, herself, itself, themselves; (''reciprocal'') other, another. Note: With some verbs, ''si'' is not translated in English.

  76. to know

  77. to able to

  78. (n-g)

  79. that

  80. he

  81. myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves, oneself

  82. other, another

  83. (form of)

  84. (cln) (l)

  85. (cln) (1)

  86. (n-g)

  87. (nonstandard spelling of)

  88. so

  89. (alt form)

  90. himself

  91. herself

  92. oneself

  93. itself

  94. themselves

  95. other

  96. to himself

  97. to herself

  98. to oneself

  99. to itself

  100. to themselves

  101. to other

  102. she

  103. her ((inflection of))

  104. them ((inflection of))

  105. reflexive third person pronoun: oneself, himself, itself, herself, themselves etc.

  106. to (l)

  107. dog

  108. to (l) (q).

  109. the

  110. one / one

  111. ''(relative)'' that, who, what

  112. himself (reflexive direct and indirect third-person singular pronoun)

  113. herself (reflexive direct and indirect third-person singular pronoun)

  114. itself (reflexive direct and indirect third-person singular pronoun)

  115. oneself (reflexive direct and indirect third-person singular pronoun)

  116. themselves (reflexive direct and indirect third-person plural pronoun)

  117. then (afterwards; following)

  118. (alternative form of) (n-g)

  119. definite article: the

  120. demonstrative adjective: that, those

  121. her

  122. the

  123. that (agr: rem fem / rem non-nom masc)

  124. those (agr: rem)

  125. it

  126. she (rem fem nom)

  127. they (rem nom)

  128. I

  129. a, indefinite article

  130. someone, something, indefinite pronoun

  131. (l)

  132. (syn)

    ''Daj se z tym spokój.''

    Give it a break.

  133. (senseid) (non-gloss definition); (l); (l); (l); (l); (l)

  134. (senseid) (non-gloss definition); (l); (l)

  135. (senseid) (non-gloss definition) and (m); (l); (l)

  136. (senseid) (non-gloss definition); (l)

  137. (senseid) (l) (gloss)

  138. 2007, K. Rowling|J. K. Rowling, Wyler|Lya Wyler, ''Harry Potter e as Relíquias da Morte'', Rocco, page 317:

  139. Desculpe, acho que dá mais medo se for meia-noite!
    : I'm sorry, I thought it would be more fearsome if it were midnight!
  140. oneself, himself, herself, itself, themselves

  141. up, upward, upwards

  142. his/her father

  143. his/her paternal uncle

  144. a (qualifier)

  145. oneself (clitic form of reflexive pronoun)

  146. myself

  147. yourself

  148. himself, herself, itself

  149. ourselves

  150. yourselves

  151. this is; here is

  152. 1404, anonymous, tablet|Kočerin tablet:

  153. се лежи вигань милошевиꙉь
    : Here lies Viganj Milošević
  154. oneself: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself (accusative)

  155. ourselves, yourselves, themselves (accusative)

  156. (n-g) and (l)) reflexive direct or indirect object oneself, himself, herself, itself, yourself; other; another

  157. (n-g) (l) ''and'' (l)

  158. (n-g) (l) ''and'' (l) (n-g), (m), (m), or (m).

  159. (misspelling of)

  160. to see; use one's sight

  161. 1888, Strindberg|August Strindberg, Fröken Julie

  162. Tvärtom, fröken Julie, som ni ser har jag skyndat uppsöka min övergivna!
    : Quite the opposite, miss Julie, as you can see I have rushed to find my abandoned one!
  163. 1915, John Wahlborg, http://runeberg.org/blagult/12.html ''Stjärnbanér i blågult''

  164. Vad jag sett och hört och känt har helt enkelt överväldigat mig.
    : What I have seen and heard and felt has quite simply overwhelmed me.
  165. to see; to understand

  166. to see, to visualize; to form a mental picture of

  167. it

  168. son

  169. (l), (l)

  170. of

  171. (contraction of)

  172. four

  173. to die

  174. (ux)'' of Tibetan zombie, it is said that if a person among us dies, there will appear a ''ro-langs'' instead.|footer=(Quoted in Janhunen et al., p. 114)

  175. how

  176. what

  177. hundred