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grund Explained

grund at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[grʌnd]

grund at Danish => English Of Explained:

French languageFrisianFri

grund at Danish => English Of Explained:

ring, for, while, whilstgi

grund at German => English Of Explained:

base, bottom, cause, causing, ground, master, matter, reason, territorially

grund at German => English Of Explained:

Ground (C), cause, ground, grounds, soil

grund at German => English Of Explained:

causing, ground, matter, reason, territorially

grund at Swedish => English Of Explained:

lsteamboat, steamshiplightshipmerc

grund at Swedish => english Of Explained:

basic, behalf, cause, foundation, ground, shallow

grund at Danish => English Of Explained:


Arab Common Marketarapsko-afri

Grund at German => English Of Explained:

Grund [grunt]nsm
base, bottom, cause, causing, ground, master, matter,
reason, territorially

grund at Swedish => English Of Explained:

calculate, count, figure, workout(kalkuli) bouillon

grund at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » Grund

Danish

Pronunciation

* Inter: IPA » /gron/|ɡ̊ʁɔnˀ|lang=da

Etymology 1

From Inter: etyl » non|da Inter: term » grunnr||shallow|lang=non.

Alternative forms

* grundet

Adjective

Inter: head » da|adjective|neuter|grundt|definite and plural|grunde
  • shallow

    Etymology 2

    A convergence of two Inter: etyl » non|da words, Inter: term » grund||a plain|lang=non and Inter: term » grunn||a shallow|lang=non.

    Noun

    Inter: da-noun » en|e

  • reason (a cause)
    1. motive (incentive to act; a reason)
    2. argument (a reason)
    3. cause
    4. ground
    5. soil
    6. shoal
    7. site, plot
    8. foundation
    9. basis
    10. priming
      Inflection
      Inter: da-noun-infl » en|e

      Etymology 3

      See Inter: term » grunde||to ground, establish, ponder|lang=da.

      Verb

      Inter: head » da|verb form


  • Inter: form of » imperative|grunde|lang=da

  • Icelandic

    Noun

    grund {{f}}
  • ground
    1. : Ég er kominn aftur á íslenska grund.
    2. :: I've returned to Icelandic ground.

      Synonyms

      * Inter: sense » ground jörð {{f}}


    Category: Category:Icelandic nouns -

    Old English

    Etymology

    Inter: etyl » gem-pro|ang Inter: recons » grunduz|lang=gem-pro

    Noun

    Inter: ang-noun » g=m|pl=grundas|head=grund
  • ground, foundation, abyss, hell, plain, country land, earth
    1. : Ǽlc sǽ ðeáh heó deóp sý hæfþ grund on ðære eorþan. — every sea, tho it be deep, hath its bottom in the earth

      Declension

      Inter: ang-decl-noun-a-m » grund

      Derived terms

      * grundbedd n. — ground, soil

  • grundbūend m. — earth-dweller
  • grundfūs — hastening to hell
  • grundhyrde m. — keeper of the abyss
  • grundinga = grundlunga
  • grundlēas — bottomless, unfathomable, boundless, vast. groundless
  • grundlēaslic — boundless, vast
  • grundlunga adv. — from the foundation, completely; to the ground, prone, prostrate
  • grundscēat m. — region.
  • grundsele m. — abysmal dwelling.
  • grundstān m. — foundation-stone, groundstone
  • grundstaþelian — to establish firmly
  • grundwæg m. — earth
  • grundwang m. — ground-plain, the earth: bottom (of a lake)
  • grundweall m. — foundation, groundwall
  • grundweallian — to establish, found
  • grundwela m. — earthly riches
  • grundwyrgen f. — water-wolf

  • Old Saxon

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » gem-pro|osx Inter: recons » grunduz|lang=gem-pro.

    Noun

    Inter: osx-noun » g=m|pl=grundos
  • ground, foundation, abyss, plain, earth

    Declension

    Inter: osx-decl-table » head=grund|grund|grund|grundes|grunde|grundos|grundos|grundō|grundum

  • Scots

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /ɡrʌnd/|lang=sco

    Noun

    Inter: sco-nou » n
  • Inter: South Scot » s ground

    Synonyms

    * groond (other Scots dialects)

  • Swedish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » grɵnd|lang=sv
    • Inter: audio » Sv-grund.ogg|audio

      Adjective

      Inter: head » sv|adjective


  • shallow

    Declension

    Inter: sv-adj-reg » n=grunt

    Noun

    Inter: sv-noun » g=c

  • ground, land
    1. : Huset är byggt på ofri grund
    2. :: The house is built on non-freehold property
    3. the foundation of a building; the part of the outer walls of a house which extends below the level of the floor, and down to the ground.
    4. a fundament, a foundation, a basis, fundamentals; what other constructions (physical or metaphorical) rely on
    5. cause; reason
    6. a shallow in water

      Declension

      Inter: sv-noun-reg-e » r

      Related terms

      * grunda

  • grundlig
  • grundlägga
  • grundplåt
  • grundskola
  • husgrund
  • krypgrund
  • torpargrund

    Synonyms

    * orsak {{c}} (4)

    Noun

    Inter: sv-noun » g=n

  • An area of shallow water in a large body of water, which causes a potential danger to boats or ships.

    Declension

    Inter: sv-noun-n-zer » o

    Related terms

    * grundkänning
    • grundstötning


    Translation: da » grund
    Translation: de » grund
    Translation: fr » grund
    Translation: io » grund
    Translation: lt » grund
    Translation: li » grund
    Translation: hu » grund
    Translation: mg » grund
    Translation: ja » grund
    Translation: pl » grund
    Translation: pt » grund
    Translation: sm » grund
    Translation: fi » grund
    Translation: sv » grund
    Translation: tl » grund

  • Grund at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » grund

    German

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /ɡʀʊnt/|lang=de

    Noun

    Inter: de-noun » m|Grunds|gen2=Grundes|Gründe
  • ground
    1. 1932, Category: w:de - :Erich Mühsam|Erich Mühsam, Category: s:de - :Die Befreiung der Gesellschaft vom Staat|Die Befreiung der Gesellschaft vom Staat, in: Erich Mühsam: Prosaschriften II, Verlag europäische ideen Berlin (1978), page 276:
    2. :Nur noch der Bauer hat diese innige Berührung mit dem Lande, die es zu einem Stück seiner selbst macht, wie er sich als Bestandteil des von ihm beackerten Grundes empfindet.
    3. ::Only the farmer still has this intimate contact with the land, which makes it a piece of his own, like he feels himself as an integral part of the ground that is ploughed by him.
    4. reason
    5. 1931, Category: w - :Arthur Schnitzler|Arthur Schnitzler, Category: s:de - :Flucht in die Finsternis|Flucht in die Finsternis, Category: w - :S. Fischer Verlag|S. Fischer Verlag, page 51:
    6. :Und da er keinen Grund hatte, ihr seinen Namen zu verhehlen, so stellte er sich in aller Form vor.
    7. ::And because he had no reason to conceal his name from her, he introduced himself in all due form.

      Derived terms

      * gründen

  • Gründer
  • gründlich
  • begründen
  • ergründen
  • Gründung
  • Grundlage
  • Grundstück
  • Grundzustand

  • Translation: cs » Grund
    Translation: de » Grund
    Translation: el » Grund
    Translation: fr » Grund
    Translation: ko » Grund
    Translation: hr » Grund
    Translation: io » Grund
    Translation: id » Grund
    Translation: it » Grund
    Translation: ku » Grund
    Translation: lt » Grund
    Translation: hu » Grund
    Translation: mg » Grund
    Translation: pl » Grund
    Translation: pt » Grund
    Translation: ru » Grund
    Translation: sm » Grund
    Translation: fi » Grund
    Translation: sv » Grund
    Translation: zh » Grund