suomi-englanti sanakirja

were englanniksi

  1. (inflection of)

  2. (uxi)

    ''I wish that it were Sunday.''

    ''I wish that I were with you.''

    with “if” omitted, put first in an “if” clause:

    *: ''Were it simply that she wore a hat, I would not be upset at all.'' (= ''If it were simply...'')

    *: ''Were father a king, we would have war.'' (= ''If father were a king,...'')

  3. {{quote-journal

  4. (inflection of).

  5. (alt form)

  6. 1799-1805, (w), ''(w)''

  7. Every man was valued at a certain sum, which was called his were.
  8. 1867, John Lingard, T. Young, ''Introduction to English History ... arranged ... by T. Young'', page 19:

  9. If by that he failed to pay or give security for the were, or fine, at which murder was legally rated; he might be put to death by the relatives of the murdered man.
  10. 1908, Frederic Jesup Stimson, ''The Law of the Federal and State Constitutions of the United States'', page 13:

  11. Written statutes busied themselves only with the amount of the were, or fine, or (for the first century after the Conquest) with the method of procedure.
  12. (quote-book)

  13. (n-g)

  14. (nl-verb form of)

  15. garden

  16. to garden, to weed (gloss)

  17. water (gloss)

  18. water

  19. wearing

  20. breast

  21. (verb form of)

  22. smell, odor, scent, aroma

  23. day

  24. insanity, madness, imbecile

  25. mad person

  26. (syn)