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og Explained

og at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[ɔg]

og at Danish => English Of Explained:

kbu

og at Danish => English Of Explained:

and, or

og at Norwegian => English Of Explained:

and

Og at English => English (hitchcock) Of Explained:

Og, a cake; bread baked in ashes

og at Danish => English Of Explained:

collection data

óg at Irish => English Of Explained:

wholeworld

Og at English => English (Eastons 1897 Bible) Of Explained:

ry, change, deviate, divert, diverge, alternate, swerve, alter, turn, detour.

[N] (Curvature): curvature, curve, bend, flection, arc, arch, bending, deflection, inflection, turn, deviation, detour, sweep, curl, curling, sinuosity, meander, arcade, vault, bow, crescent, circle, loop, parabola.

[N] (Deviation): deviation, swerving, warp, refraction, sweep, deflection, diversion, digression, depart from, aberration, divergence, zigzag, detour, circuit, divagation, wa

óg at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » og|OG|òg

Irish

Etymology

From Inter: etyl » sga|ga Inter: term » óc|lang=sga, from Inter: etyl » cel-pro|ga Inter: recons » yowanko-|lang=cel-pro, Inter: recons » jowankos|lang=cel-pro (compare Welsh Inter: term » ieuanc|lang=cy), from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|ga Inter: recons » h₂yuH-nk̑-o-|lang=ine-pro < Inter: recons » h₂yuh₁en-|lang=ine-pro. Compare Inter: term » young, Sanskrit Inter: term » युवश||young|tr=yuvaśa|sc=Deva, Latin Inter: term » iuvencus||young cow|lang=la. Compare Scottish Gaelic Inter: l » gd|òg.

Pronunciation

* Inter: a » Munster|Connacht Inter: IPA » lang=ga|oːɡ
  • Inter: a » Ulster Inter: IPA » lang=ga|ɔːɡ

    Adjective

    Inter: head » ga|adjective

  • young

    Declension

    Inter: ga-adj-1 » ó|g|ig

  • Category: Category:ga - :Age|og
    Category: Category - :Irish terms derived from Old Irish|og
    Category: Category - :Irish terms derived from Proto-Celtic|og
    Category: Category - :Irish terms derived from Proto-Indo-European|og
    Category: Category - :Irish adjectives|og
    Translation: es » óg
    Translation: fr » óg
    Translation: ga » óg
    Translation: ko » óg
    Translation: lt » óg
    Translation: hu » óg
    Translation: mg » óg
    Translation: nl » óg
    Translation: ru » óg
    Translation: sv » óg
    Translation: tr » óg

    og at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » OG|Og|òg|óg|øg

    Danish

    Etymology

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

    Conjunction

    Inter: head » da|conjunction
  • and

  • Elfdalian

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » non|dlc Inter: term » ok|lang=non, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|dlc Inter: recons » auk|lang=gem-pro. Cognate with Swedish Inter: term » och|lang=sv.

    Conjunction

    Inter: dlc-co » n
  • and

  • Faroese

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » non|fo Inter: term » ok|lang=non.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /oː/|[o:o̞]|lang=fo
    • Homophones: ov (‘too’)

      Conjunction

      Inter: head » fo|conjunction


  • and
    1. Hanus og Janus
    2. : Hans and Jens
    3. her og har
    4. : here and there

      See also

      * bæði ... og


    Gothic

    Romanization

    Inter: got-rom » head=ōg
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  • òg at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » og|OG|óg

    Norwegian

    Adverb

    Inter: head » no|adverb
  • too, also, as well
    1. : De var der òg. Inter: context » bokmål
    2. : Dei var der òg. Inter: context » nynorsk
    3. : They were there as well.''

      Synonyms

      * også Inter: context » bokmål and nynorsk

  • ogso Inter: context » nynorsk
  • au Inter: context » nynorsk and bokmål

  • Scottish Gaelic

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » sga|gd Inter: term » óc|lang=sga, from Inter: etyl » cel-pro|gd Inter: recons » yowanko-|lang=cel-pro Inter: recons » jowankos|lang=cel-pro (compare Welsh Inter: term » ieuanc|lang=cy), from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|gd Inter: recons » h₂yuH-nk̑-o-|lang=ine-pro < Inter: recons » h₂yuh₁en-|lang=ine-pro.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » ɔːɡ̊|lang=gd

    Adjective

    Inter: head » gd|adjective|sort=og
  • young

    Declension

    First declension; forms of the positive degree:

  • {|Inter: prettytable10 » 0
    !Case
    !Masculine singular
    !Feminine singular
    !Plural
    |-
    | Nominative
    | òg
    | òg
    | òga
    |-
    | Vocative
    | òig
    | òg
    | òga
    |-
    | Genitive
    | òig
    | òige
    | óg
    |-
    | Dative
    | òg
    | òig
    | òga
    |}

    Derived terms

    * Inter: l » gd|ògail - youthful
    • Inter: l » gd|ògan - sapling
    • Inter: l » gd|òganach - youngster
    • Inter: l » gd|òganta - juvenile
    • Inter: l » gd|òige - youth (abstractly)
    • Inter: l » gd|òigear - youngster
    • Inter: l » gd|òigh - maiden
    • Inter: l » gd|òigridh - youth (young people)


    Translation: lt » òg
    Translation: mg » òg
    Translation: no » òg
    Translation: ru » òg
    Translation: sv » òg
    Translation: tr » òg

    OG at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » og|òg|óg|Og

    German

    Abbreviation

    OG
  • Abbreviation of Obergeschoss

    See also

    * DG
    • EG
    • KG


    Category: Category:German abbreviations -

    Japanese

    ===Inter: initialism » lang=ja===
    OG
  • female graduate ("old girl")

    Related terms

    * OB (old boy)

    Synonyms

    * 卒業生

  • Translation: de » OG

    Og at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » og|OG|òg|óg

    English

    Proper noun

    Inter: en-proper nou » n
  • Inter: very » rare Inter: given name » male|from=Hebrew
    1. Inter: RQ:Authorized Version » Deuteronomy|31|4:
    2. : And the LORD shall do unto them as he did to Sihon and to Og, kings of the Amorites, and unto the land of them, whom he destroyed.
    3. Inter: humorou » s Inter: non-gloss definition » Popular supposed name for a caveman or other prehistoric man.

      See also

      * Ug

      Anagrams

      * GO, Go, Goα, go


    Translation: it » Og
    Translation: ru » Og