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Abbreviation, using the minus sign.
-ve (not comparable)
- (mathematics) Abbreviation of negative.
- (adverbial participle suffix) A front-vowel variant of -va. See details there.
- ér ("to reach, to arrive") ->
Az utcára érve körülnézett. - Arriving on the street, s/he looked around.
From Proto-Indo-European *-w?. Compare the Sanskrit (v?, "or") and the Ancient Greek ? (?).
- (always enclitic) or, leaving the choice free between two things or among several
44 BCE - 43 BCE
, Philippicae 14.6.16
- Post hanc habitam contionem duabus tribusve horis optatissimi nuntii et litterae venerunt.
- After this assembly was over, within two or three hours, these most welcome messengers and letters arrived.
- (especially in negative sentences or questions implying a negative sentence) and, with the same meaning as -que
44 BCE - 43 BCE
, Philippicae 5.5.13
- Num, quod maximum est, leges nostras moresve novit, num denique homines?
- Does he--which is most important--does he know any thing about our laws and manners? Is he even acquainted with any of the citizens?
- (poetic, repeated or with correlative part) either...or
, Metamorphoses 15.214
- Nostra quoque ipsorum semper requieque sine ulla / corpora vertuntur, nec quod fuimusve sumusve / cras erimus;
- And our bodies themselves are always, restlessly, changing: we shall not be, tomorrow, either what we were, or what we are.
- vocative masculine singular of -vus