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Dik
See also: dík, dîk, and -dik

Afrikaans

Etymology

From Dutch dik, from Middle Dutch dicke, from Old Dutch *thikki, from Proto-Germanic *þekuz.

Adjective

dik (attributive dik, comparative dikker, superlative dikste)

  1. thick, bulky
  2. fat, obese
  3. dense, viscous or thick when referring to a liquid or gaseous mass, such as mist

Synonyms

  • (dense): dig
  • (fat or obese): vet

Derived terms


Azerbaijani

Etymology

From Proto-Turkic *dik- ("vertical; to to plant vertically"). Cognate with Old Turkic [script needed] (tik).

Pronunciation

Adjective

dik (comparative daha dik, superlative ?n dik)

  1. steep
    Synonym: sarp
  2. upright, vertical
  3. high
    Synonym: yüks?k
  4. sharp, pointy
  5. (figuratively) stubborn
  6. (figuratively) unruly

Derived terms

Related terms

Noun

dik (definite accusative diki, plural dikl?r)

  1. elevation, height, highness
  2. hillock

Declension

Verb

dik

  1. second-person singular imperative of dikm?k

Dutch

Etymology

From Middle Dutch dicke, from Old Dutch *thicki, from Proto-Germanic *þekuz.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /d?k/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: dik
  • Rhymes: -?k

Adjective

dik (comparative dikker, superlative dikst)

  1. thick
  2. fat

Inflection

Derived terms

Descendants

  • Afrikaans: dik
  • -> Papiamentu: diki
  • -> Sranan Tongo: deki

Adverb

dik

  1. fatly, thickly
  2. (modifying "tevreden") well, rather, considerably

Malay

Alternative forms

Etymology

Shortened form of adik, from Proto-Malayic *adi-?, from Proto-Malayo-Chamic *adi-?, from Proto-Malayo-Sumbawan *wadi-?, from Proto-Sunda-Sulawesi *waji-?, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *huaji-q, from *huaji, from Proto-Austronesian *Suaji.

Pronunciation

Noun

dik (Jawi spelling )

  1. Alternative form of adik

Maltese

Etymology

From Arabic (ð?ka, "that")

Determiner

dik

  1. feminine singular of dak
    Dik il-mara hija l-o?t ta' l-omm tieg?u.
    That woman is his mother's sister.

Turkish

Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish (dik), from Proto-Turkic *dik-. Cognate with Old Turkic tik.

Adjective

dik (comparative daha dik, superlative en dik)

  1. steep

Derived terms

Verb

dik

  1. second-person singular imperative of dikmek

Antonyms


Zazaki

Alternative forms

Noun

dik ?

  1. rooster (bird)

Zealandic

Etymology

From Middle Dutch dicke, from Old Dutch *thicki, from Proto-Germanic *þekuz.

Adjective

dik

  1. thick
  2. fat

Inflection

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