Sor
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Sor
See also: sòr, sör, sør, -sor, sor-, and -?or

Basque

Adjective

sor

  1. numb

Esperanto

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /sor/
  • Hyphenation: sor

Adverb

sor

  1. (neologism, nonstandard) up, upwards (direction away from the center of the Earth)

Synonyms

Antonyms

  • malsupren ("down, downwards")
  • (neologism, nonstandard) sob ("down, downwards")

Hungarian

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): ['?or]
  • (file)

Noun

sor (plural sorok)

  1. row
  2. (of text) line
  3. queue (people or things waiting to be served one after the other)
    1. someone's turn
  4. (of events) chain, course
    1. occurrence, taking place (with kerít, kerül)
  5. fate, lot
    1. birth, social rank (used with adjectives like high or low)
  6. (mathematics, physics) series
  7. (poker) straight
  8. (chess) rank
  9. significance, footing (whether things are on a par with each other)

Declension

Possessive forms of sor
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. sorom soraim
2nd person sing. sorod soraid
3rd person sing. sora sorai
1st person plural sorunk soraink
2nd person plural sorotok soraitok
3rd person plural soruk soraik

Derived terms

Compound words
Expressions

Italian

Noun

sor

  1. (linguistics) mister, sir, gentleman (A variety of a language spoken in Rome meaning signore).

Kurdish

Alternative forms

  • (Arabic spelling)

Adjective

sor

  1. (Kurmanji, Laki, Zazaki) red

See also

Colors in Kurdish · reng (layout · text)
     spî, (spî)      gewr, ?(gewr)      re?, (re?)
             sor, (sor); sorê sor, ? (sorî sor)              pirteqalî, (pirteqalî),; qehweyî, ?(qehweyî)              zer, (zer); qîçik, ?(qîçk)
             keskê vekirî, (keskî vekrî)              kesk, ?(kesk)              kevz, ?(keviz); keskê tarî, ?(keskî tarî)
             ?înê vekirî, ? (?înî vekrî); hê?în, (hê?în)              ?înê esmanî, ? ?(?înî esmanî)              ?în, (?în)
             ?îrkî, (?îrkî), mor, (mor); he?, (he?)              soravî, ?(soravî); binef?î, (bnef?î), xemir, ?(xemir)              pîvazî, (pîvazî), pembe, (pembe)

Middle English

Etymology 1

From Old English s?r.

Adjective

sor

  1. Alternative form of sore

Noun

sor

  1. Alternative form of sore

Adverb

sor

  1. Alternative form of sore

Etymology 2

From Old French sor, from Frankish *saur, from Proto-Germanic *sauzaz. Doublet of sere ("dry").

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Adjective

sor

  1. sorrel (red-brown; used to describe animals)
Derived terms
Descendants
  • English: sore (obsolete)
References

Noun

sor (plural sowres)

  1. A sorrel horse.
  2. A four-year-old male deer.
Descendants
  • English: sore (obsolete)
References

Old French

Preposition

sor

  1. Alternative form of seur

Romanian

Etymology

Uncertain. Probably ultimately from Latin sus, through a Vulgar Latin variant *suris instead of suis, through analogy with other Latin declensions like mus, whence muris, or os, whence oris.

Noun

sor n (plural soruri)

  1. (rare) skin shaved from a pig

See also


Spanish

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Latin soror, from Proto-Italic *swez?r, from Proto-Indo-European *swés?r.

Noun

sor f (plural sores)

  1. (religion) sister, female member of a religious community
  2. (archaic) sister

Swedish

Noun

sor

  1. indefinite plural of so

Zazaki

Alternative forms

Adjective

sor

  1. red

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