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Ambonese Malay

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From Malay .

Pronoun

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dia

  1. he, she

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    3rd-person singular personal pronoun

    )

Catalan

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Alternative forms

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  • día)

Etymology

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From Old Occitan , from Vulgar Latin , from Latin , ultimately from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”).

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dia m ( dies)

  1. day

    (

    period of 24 hours

    )

    • 2011, Tobies Grimaltos Mascarós, , Universitat de València →ISBN, page 41
      Avui és un dia normal. És un dia en el qual no res (m’)ha passat especialment remarcable.

      Today is a normal day. It’s a day in which nothing especially remarkable happened (to me).
  2. day

    (

    the part of the day between sunrise and sunset

    )

    • 2011, Cinto Niqui Espinosa, , Editorial UOC →ISBN, page 362
      En ona llarga durant el dia, a Catalunya, es poden escoltar les emissores Ràdio Montecarlo (RMC), als 216 kHz o Ràdio Alger, als 252 kHz.

      In long wave during the day, in Catalonia, you can hear the broadcasters Ràdio Montecarlo (RMC) at 216 kHz or Ràdio Alger, at 252 kHz.
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Dutch

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  • IPA(key):

    /ˈdi.aː/

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  • Hyphenation:

    dia

  • Rhymes:

    -iaː

Noun

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dia m ( dia’s, diaatje n)

Derived terms

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Esperanto

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Etymology

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From +‎ .

Pronunciation

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  • Audio

Adjective

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dia ( dian, diaj, diajn)

  1. godly, of or pertaining to God or gods, divine

Finnish

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Etymology

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Shortened from , probably after the international example.

Noun

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dia

Declension

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Inflection of (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)

nominative

dia

diat

genitive

dian
diojen

partitive

diaa
dioja

illative

diaan
dioihin

singular

plural

nominative

dia

diat

accusative

nom.

dia

diat

gen.

dian

genitive

dian
diojen
diainrare

partitive

diaa
dioja

inessive

diassa
dioissa

elative

diasta
dioista

illative

diaan
dioihin

adessive

dialla
dioilla

ablative

dialta
dioilta

allative

dialle
dioille

essive

diana
dioina

translative

diaksi
dioiksi

instructive

dioin

abessive

diatta
dioitta

comitative

dioineen
Possessive forms of (type )

possessor

singular

plural

1st person

diani
diamme

2nd person

diasi
dianne

3rd person

diansa

Synonyms

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  • (

    slide

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    diakuvakuultokuva

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    dated

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Compounds

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French

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key):

    /dja/

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Interjection

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dia

  1. yah!, cry to make (a) working animal(s) etc. advance or turn left

Antonyms

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  • dia” in ().

Guinea-Bissau Creole

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Etymology

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From Portuguese . Cognate with Kabuverdianu .

Noun

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dia

  1. day (period of 24 hours)
  2. day (period between sunrise and sunset)

Hungarian

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Etymology

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Shortened from (“diapositive”), after the German .

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dia ( diák)

  1. (

    photography

    )

    slide, diapositive

    (

    transparent plate used with a projector for projecting images

    )

Declension

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Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)

singular

plural

nominative

dia

diák
accusative
diát
diákat
dative
diának
diáknak
instrumental
diával
diákkal
causal-final
diáért
diákért
translative
diává
diákká
terminative
diáig
diákig
essive-formal
diaként
diákként
essive-modal

inessive
diában
diákban
superessive
dián
diákon
adessive
diánál
diáknál
illative
diába
diákba
sublative
diára
diákra
allative
diához
diákhoz
elative
diából
diákból
delative
diáról
diákról
ablative
diától
diáktól

non-attributive
possessive – singular

diáé
diáké

non-attributive
possessive – plural

diáéi
diákéi
Possessive forms of

possessor

single possession

multiple possessions

1st person sing.

diám
diáim

2nd person sing.

diád
diáid

3rd person sing.

diája
diái

1st person plural

diánk
diáink

2nd person plural

diátok
diáitok

3rd person plural

diájuk
diáik

Indonesian

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Etymology

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From Malay , cognate with , , from Proto-Malayic , from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian , from Proto-Austronesian .

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Pronoun

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dia

  1. he

    He is starving now.

  2. she

    She loves pop music.

Synonyms

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Irish

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Etymology 1

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From Old Irish (“god”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European (compare Sanskrit (deva), Latin , Old English (“Germanic god of heroic glory”)).

Noun

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dia m ( , déithe)

  1. a god

Declension

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Irregular

Bare forms

Case

Singular

Plural

Nominative

dia

déithe
Vocative

a dhia
a dhéithe
Genitive

déithe
Dative

dia

déithe
déithibh

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archaic, dialectal

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Forms with the definite article

Case

Singular

Plural

Nominative

an

dia

na déithe
Genitive

an
na ndéithe
Dative

leis an

dia

don dia

leis na déithe
leis na déithibh

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archaic, dialectal

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  • Alternative vocative singular:
  • Archaic nominative plural: dée
  • Alternative genitive plural:

    dia

  • Alternative dative plural: déibh

Derived terms

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  • aindia

    m

    (

    false god

    )

  • bandia

    m

    (

    goddess

    )

  • diaga

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    divine

    )

  • dialathach

    (

    theocratic

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  • Dia

    (

    God

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    as a proper noun

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Etymology 2

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From Old Irish (“day”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European .

Noun

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dia

Derived terms

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  • (

    on (a day of the week)

    )

  • dialann

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    diary

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Mutation

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Irish mutation

Radical

Lenition

Eclipsis

dia

dhia
ndia
Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

Further reading

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Italian

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Etymology 1

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Adjective

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dia f

Etymology 2

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Verb

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dia

Anagrams

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Kabuverdianu

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Etymology

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From Portuguese .

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dia

Latin

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Adjective

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dia

  1. inflection of

    1. nominative

      /

      vocativefeminine singular

    2. nominative

      /

      accusative

      /

      vocativeneuter plural

Adjective

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diā

Malagasy

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Etymology 1

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From Malay .

Adjective

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dia

Etymology 2

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Possibly connected with Swahili njia.

Noun

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dia

Malay

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Etymology

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Cognate with , , from Proto-Malayic , from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian , from Proto-Austronesian .

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dia ( دي‎)

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singular

plural

1st person

standard

sayaساي
akuku-اکوكو-
-ku-كو
hambaهمبا
kamiکامي
kitaکيت

Palace Malay

betaبيتا

2nd person

standard

kamuکامو
andaاندا
engkaukau-اڠکاوكاو-
awakاوق
-mu-مو
kalianکاليان

Palace Malay

tuankuتوانكو

3rd person

standard

diaدي
iaاي
beliauبلياو
-nya
merekaمريک

Palace Malay

bagindaبݢيندا

Mandarin

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dia

  1. Nonstandard spelling of

Usage notes

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  • English transcriptions of Mandarin speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Mandarin language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.

Middle Irish

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Etymology

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Univerbation of (“of/from”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

Determiner

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dia ()

  1. of/from his/her/its/their
    • 1000, , section 1, published in , vol. 1 (1880), edited by Ernst Windisch:

      Ailbe ainm in chon, ocus lan hEriu dia aurdarcus.

      Ailbe was the dog’s name, and Ireland was full of his fame.

Norwegian Bokmål

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Alternative forms

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dia

Occitan

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Etymology

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From Old Occitan .

Pronunciation

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  • Audio (Gascon)

Noun

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dia m ( dias)

Derived terms

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References

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  • Patric Guilhemjoan, , 2005, Orthez, per noste, 2005, →ISBN, page 56.

Old Irish

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Etymology 1

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Univerbation of (“of/from”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

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dia ()

  1. of/from his/her/its/their
    • 800–825, Diarmait, Milan Glosses on the Psalms, published in (reprinted 1987, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies), edited and with translations by Whitley Stokes and John Strachan, vol. I, pp. 7–483, Ml. 134d3

      Ɔ·riris-siu .i. ar·troídfe{a}-siu inna droch daíni, a Dǽ, dia n‑anduch, air is fechtnach a n‑andach mani erthroítar húa Día.

      You will bind, i.e. you will restrain the evil men, O God, from their iniquity, for their iniquity is prosperous if they are not restrained by God.

Etymology 2

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(“of/from”) +‎ (relative pronoun)

Pronoun

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dia·

  1. of/from whom/which

Conjunction

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dia

  1. (

    with preterite

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    when

  2. (

    with subjunctive, positive only

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    if

For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia.

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The conjunction is followed by the appropriate dependent verbal form, applying the nasal mutation to it. Unlike modern Irish, no factual-counterfactual distinction exists in the use of and ; they are completely interchangeable.

Descendants

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  • Middle Irish: dia
    • Irish:
    • Manx: dy

Etymology 3

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Univerbation of (“to/for”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

Determiner

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dia ()

  1. to/for his/her/its/their

For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia.

Etymology 4

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(“to/for”) +‎ (relative pronoun)

Pronoun

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dia·

  1. to/for whom/which

Etymology 5

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Noun

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dia m

  1. (

    god

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    Alternative spelling of

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Old Occitan

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Alternative forms

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  • di

    m

Etymology

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From Vulgar Latin , from Latin (“day”).

Noun

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dia m or f

  1. day

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    period of 24 hours

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Old Spanish

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Alternative forms

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  • dya

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    alternative spelling

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Etymology

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From Vulgar Latin , from Latin , from Proto-Italic , from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”). Compare Old Occitan and Old Portuguese .

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dia m ( dias)

  1. day
    • c. 1200, Almerich, , f. 4v.

      Qvádo lo ſopo labá al dia t́cero. q́ ſe ẏua priſo de ſos amẏgos. E fue trá Jacob. Andadura. vij. dias. e alcáçol en el móte de galaath.

      When Laban came to know on the third day that he was fleeing, he took his relatives and went after Jacob, walking seven days, and he overtook him on the hill of Gilead.

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  • noche

    f

Descendants

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Papiamentu

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Etymology

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From Portuguese and Spanish and Kabuverdianu .

Noun

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dia

Plautdietsch

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Adjective

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dia

Pom

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Noun

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dia

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  • (1961)

Portuguese

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From Old Portuguese (“day”), from Vulgar Latin , from Latin (“day”), reformed from the accusative , from Proto-Italic , the accusative of (“day, sky”), from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”).

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  • IPA(key):

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    Brazil

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    /ˈd͡ʒi.ɐ/

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    [ˈd͡ʒi.ɐ]

  • IPA(key):

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    Portugal

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    /ˈdi.ɐ/

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    [ˈdi.ɐ]

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    Northeast Brazil

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    IPA(key):

    /ˈdi.a/

  • Hyphenation:

    di‧a

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dia m ( dias)

  1. day
    1. period between sunrise and sunset
      • 1572, Luís Vaz de Camões, , 5th canto:

        Trazia o Sol o dia celebrado / Em que tres Reis das partes do Oriente,

        The Sun brought the celebrated day / In which three Kings from the East,
    2. period from midnight to the following midnight
    3. period of 24 hours
      • 1572, Luís Vaz de Camões, , 5th canto:

        Mas logo ao outro dia ſeus parceiros / Todos nús, & da cor da eſcura treua,

        But just the other day his partners / All naked, & coloured as the dark darkness,
    4. (

      astronomy

      )

      rotational period of a planet

    5. (

      in phrases

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      a unspecified period of time either in the past or in the future

Quotations

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  • For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia

Antonyms

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  • (

    period of daylight

    )

    :

    noite

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    night

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Adverb

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dia ()

  1. occurring on the specified day

    The event occurred February first.

Usage notes

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Used the ordinal (“first”) for day 1 and a cardinal for 2–31

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  • For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia

Scottish Gaelic

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Etymology

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From Old Irish (“god”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European (compare Sanskrit (deva), Latin , Old English (“Germanic god of heroic glory”)).

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Noun

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dia m ( , diathan)

Derived terms

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Mutation

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Scottish Gaelic mutation

Radical
Lenition

dia

dhia

Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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Spanish

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Noun

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dia m ( dias)

  1. Misspelling of

  2. Obsolete spelling of

Sranan Tongo

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Etymology

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From English .

Pronunciation

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Noun

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dia

Tolai

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Alternative forms

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Pronoun

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dia

  1. they (many), them (many)

    (

    third-person plural pronoun

    )

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Tswana

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go dia

  1. to delay

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Ambonese Malay

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Etymology

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From Malay .

Pronoun

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dia

  1. he, she

    (

    3rd-person singular personal pronoun

    )

Catalan

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Alternative forms

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  • día)

Etymology

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From Old Occitan , from Vulgar Latin , from Latin , ultimately from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”).

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Noun

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dia m ( dies)

  1. day

    (

    period of 24 hours

    )

    • 2011, Tobies Grimaltos Mascarós, , Universitat de València →ISBN, page 41
      Avui és un dia normal. És un dia en el qual no res (m’)ha passat especialment remarcable.

      Today is a normal day. It’s a day in which nothing especially remarkable happened (to me).
  2. day

    (

    the part of the day between sunrise and sunset

    )

    • 2011, Cinto Niqui Espinosa, , Editorial UOC →ISBN, page 362
      En ona llarga durant el dia, a Catalunya, es poden escoltar les emissores Ràdio Montecarlo (RMC), als 216 kHz o Ràdio Alger, als 252 kHz.

      In long wave during the day, in Catalonia, you can hear the broadcasters Ràdio Montecarlo (RMC) at 216 kHz or Ràdio Alger, at 252 kHz.
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Etymology

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Clipping of .

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key):

    /ˈdi.aː/

  • Audio

  • Hyphenation:

    dia

  • Rhymes:

    -iaː

Noun

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dia m ( dia’s, diaatje n)

Derived terms

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Esperanto

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Etymology

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From +‎ .

Pronunciation

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  • Audio

Adjective

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dia ( dian, diaj, diajn)

  1. godly, of or pertaining to God or gods, divine

Finnish

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Shortened from , probably after the international example.

Noun

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dia

Declension

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Inflection of (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)

nominative

dia

diat

genitive

dian
diojen

partitive

diaa
dioja

illative

diaan
dioihin

singular

plural

nominative

dia

diat

accusative

nom.

dia

diat

gen.

dian

genitive

dian
diojen
diainrare

partitive

diaa
dioja

inessive

diassa
dioissa

elative

diasta
dioista

illative

diaan
dioihin

adessive

dialla
dioilla

ablative

dialta
dioilta

allative

dialle
dioille

essive

diana
dioina

translative

diaksi
dioiksi

instructive

dioin

abessive

diatta
dioitta

comitative

dioineen
Possessive forms of (type )

possessor

singular

plural

1st person

diani
diamme

2nd person

diasi
dianne

3rd person

diansa

Synonyms

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  • (

    slide

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    diakuvakuultokuva

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    dated

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Compounds

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key):

    /dja/

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Interjection

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dia

  1. yah!, cry to make (a) working animal(s) etc. advance or turn left

Antonyms

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Further reading

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  • dia” in ().

Guinea-Bissau Creole

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Etymology

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From Portuguese . Cognate with Kabuverdianu .

Noun

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dia

  1. day (period of 24 hours)
  2. day (period between sunrise and sunset)

Hungarian

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Shortened from (“diapositive”), after the German .

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Noun

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dia ( diák)

  1. (

    photography

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    slide, diapositive

    (

    transparent plate used with a projector for projecting images

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Declension

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Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)

singular

plural

nominative

dia

diák
accusative
diát
diákat
dative
diának
diáknak
instrumental
diával
diákkal
causal-final
diáért
diákért
translative
diává
diákká
terminative
diáig
diákig
essive-formal
diaként
diákként
essive-modal

inessive
diában
diákban
superessive
dián
diákon
adessive
diánál
diáknál
illative
diába
diákba
sublative
diára
diákra
allative
diához
diákhoz
elative
diából
diákból
delative
diáról
diákról
ablative
diától
diáktól

non-attributive
possessive – singular

diáé
diáké

non-attributive
possessive – plural

diáéi
diákéi
Possessive forms of

possessor

single possession

multiple possessions

1st person sing.

diám
diáim

2nd person sing.

diád
diáid

3rd person sing.

diája
diái

1st person plural

diánk
diáink

2nd person plural

diátok
diáitok

3rd person plural

diájuk
diáik

Indonesian

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From Malay , cognate with , , from Proto-Malayic , from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian , from Proto-Austronesian .

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dia

  1. he

    He is starving now.

  2. she

    She loves pop music.

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From Old Irish (“god”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European (compare Sanskrit (deva), Latin , Old English (“Germanic god of heroic glory”)).

Noun

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dia m ( , déithe)

  1. a god

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Irregular

Bare forms

Case

Singular

Plural

Nominative

dia

déithe
Vocative

a dhia
a dhéithe
Genitive

déithe
Dative

dia

déithe
déithibh

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archaic, dialectal

)

Forms with the definite article

Case

Singular

Plural

Nominative

an

dia

na déithe
Genitive

an
na ndéithe
Dative

leis an

dia

don dia

leis na déithe
leis na déithibh

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archaic, dialectal

)

  • Alternative vocative singular:
  • Archaic nominative plural: dée
  • Alternative genitive plural:

    dia

  • Alternative dative plural: déibh

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  • aindia

    m

    (

    false god

    )

  • bandia

    m

    (

    goddess

    )

  • diaga

    (

    divine

    )

  • dialathach

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    theocratic

    )

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  • Dia

    (

    God

    )

    (

    as a proper noun

    )

Etymology 2

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From Old Irish (“day”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European .

Noun

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dia

Derived terms

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  • (

    on (a day of the week)

    )

  • dialann

    (

    diary

    )

Mutation

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Irish mutation

Radical

Lenition

Eclipsis

dia

dhia
ndia
Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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Adjective

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dia f

Etymology 2

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dia

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Kabuverdianu

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From Portuguese .

Noun

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dia

Latin

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dia

  1. inflection of

    1. nominative

      /

      vocativefeminine singular

    2. nominative

      /

      accusative

      /

      vocativeneuter plural

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diā

Malagasy

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Etymology 1

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From Malay .

Adjective

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dia

Etymology 2

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Possibly connected with Swahili njia.

Noun

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dia

Malay

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Etymology

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Cognate with , , from Proto-Malayic , from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian , from Proto-Austronesian .

Pronunciation

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dia ( دي‎)

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singular

plural

1st person

standard

sayaساي
akuku-اکوكو-
-ku-كو
hambaهمبا
kamiکامي
kitaکيت

Palace Malay

betaبيتا

2nd person

standard

kamuکامو
andaاندا
engkaukau-اڠکاوكاو-
awakاوق
-mu-مو
kalianکاليان

Palace Malay

tuankuتوانكو

3rd person

standard

diaدي
iaاي
beliauبلياو
-nya
merekaمريک

Palace Malay

bagindaبݢيندا

Mandarin

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dia

  1. Nonstandard spelling of

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  • English transcriptions of Mandarin speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Mandarin language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.

Middle Irish

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Univerbation of (“of/from”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

Determiner

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dia ()

  1. of/from his/her/its/their
    • 1000, , section 1, published in , vol. 1 (1880), edited by Ernst Windisch:

      Ailbe ainm in chon, ocus lan hEriu dia aurdarcus.

      Ailbe was the dog’s name, and Ireland was full of his fame.

Norwegian Bokmål

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dia

Occitan

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Etymology

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From Old Occitan .

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  • Audio (Gascon)

Noun

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dia m ( dias)

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  • Patric Guilhemjoan, , 2005, Orthez, per noste, 2005, →ISBN, page 56.

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Etymology 1

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Univerbation of (“of/from”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

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dia ()

  1. of/from his/her/its/their
    • 800–825, Diarmait, Milan Glosses on the Psalms, published in (reprinted 1987, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies), edited and with translations by Whitley Stokes and John Strachan, vol. I, pp. 7–483, Ml. 134d3

      Ɔ·riris-siu .i. ar·troídfe{a}-siu inna droch daíni, a Dǽ, dia n‑anduch, air is fechtnach a n‑andach mani erthroítar húa Día.

      You will bind, i.e. you will restrain the evil men, O God, from their iniquity, for their iniquity is prosperous if they are not restrained by God.

Etymology 2

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(“of/from”) +‎ (relative pronoun)

Pronoun

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dia·

  1. of/from whom/which

Conjunction

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dia

  1. (

    with preterite

    )

    when

  2. (

    with subjunctive, positive only

    )

    if

For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia.

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The conjunction is followed by the appropriate dependent verbal form, applying the nasal mutation to it. Unlike modern Irish, no factual-counterfactual distinction exists in the use of and ; they are completely interchangeable.

Descendants

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  • Middle Irish: dia
    • Irish:
    • Manx: dy

Etymology 3

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Univerbation of (“to/for”) +‎ (“his/her/its/their”)

Determiner

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dia ()

  1. to/for his/her/its/their

For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia.

Etymology 4

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(“to/for”) +‎ (relative pronoun)

Pronoun

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dia·

  1. to/for whom/which

Etymology 5

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Noun

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dia m

  1. (

    god

    )

    Alternative spelling of

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Old Occitan

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Alternative forms

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  • di

    m

Etymology

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From Vulgar Latin , from Latin (“day”).

Noun

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dia m or f

  1. day

    (

    period of 24 hours

    )

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Alternative forms

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  • dya

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    alternative spelling

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From Vulgar Latin , from Latin , from Proto-Italic , from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”). Compare Old Occitan and Old Portuguese .

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dia m ( dias)

  1. day
    • c. 1200, Almerich, , f. 4v.

      Qvádo lo ſopo labá al dia t́cero. q́ ſe ẏua priſo de ſos amẏgos. E fue trá Jacob. Andadura. vij. dias. e alcáçol en el móte de galaath.

      When Laban came to know on the third day that he was fleeing, he took his relatives and went after Jacob, walking seven days, and he overtook him on the hill of Gilead.

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  • noche

    f

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Papiamentu

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Etymology

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From Portuguese and Spanish and Kabuverdianu .

Noun

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dia

Plautdietsch

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Adjective

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dia

Pom

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Noun

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dia

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  • (1961)

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Etymology

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From Old Portuguese (“day”), from Vulgar Latin , from Latin (“day”), reformed from the accusative , from Proto-Italic , the accusative of (“day, sky”), from Proto-Indo-European (“heaven, sky”).

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  • IPA(key):

    (

    Brazil

    )

    /ˈd͡ʒi.ɐ/

    ,

    [ˈd͡ʒi.ɐ]

  • IPA(key):

    (

    Portugal

    )

    /ˈdi.ɐ/

    ,

    [ˈdi.ɐ]

  • (

    Northeast Brazil

    )

    IPA(key):

    /ˈdi.a/

  • Hyphenation:

    di‧a

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dia m ( dias)

  1. day
    1. period between sunrise and sunset
      • 1572, Luís Vaz de Camões, , 5th canto:

        Trazia o Sol o dia celebrado / Em que tres Reis das partes do Oriente,

        The Sun brought the celebrated day / In which three Kings from the East,
    2. period from midnight to the following midnight
    3. period of 24 hours
      • 1572, Luís Vaz de Camões, , 5th canto:

        Mas logo ao outro dia ſeus parceiros / Todos nús, & da cor da eſcura treua,

        But just the other day his partners / All naked, & coloured as the dark darkness,
    4. (

      astronomy

      )

      rotational period of a planet

    5. (

      in phrases

      )

      a unspecified period of time either in the past or in the future

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  • For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia

Antonyms

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  • (

    period of daylight

    )

    :

    noite

    (

    night

    )

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Adverb

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dia ()

  1. occurring on the specified day

    The event occurred February first.

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Used the ordinal (“first”) for day 1 and a cardinal for 2–31

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  • For quotations using this term, see Citations:dia

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From Old Irish (“god”), from Proto-Celtic (compare Welsh ), from Proto-Indo-European (compare Sanskrit (deva), Latin , Old English (“Germanic god of heroic glory”)).

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dia m ( , diathan)

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Mutation

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Scottish Gaelic mutation

Radical
Lenition

dia

dhia

Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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Noun

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dia m ( dias)

  1. Misspelling of

  2. Obsolete spelling of

Sranan Tongo

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From English .

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dia

Tolai

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dia

  1. they (many), them (many)

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    third-person plural pronoun

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