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These
See also: These, thèse, and þese

English

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Etymology

Middle English thes, from Old English þas, from Proto-Germanic.

Pronunciation

Determiner

these

  1. plural of this

Note: depending on the context, the word those may be used either in place of or interchangeably with these.

Translations

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Pronoun

these

  1. plural of this

Translations

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Anagrams


Dutch

Etymology

Borrowed from French thèse, from Latin th?sis, from Ancient Greek (thésis).

Pronunciation

Noun

these f (plural theses or thesen)

  1. statement, thesis, proposition
    Synonym: stelling

Latin

Noun

these

  1. ablative singular of thesis

Middle English

Determiner

these

  1. Alternative spelling of þese

Pronoun

these

  1. Alternative spelling of þese

Noun

these

  1. Alternative spelling of þese

Old Dutch

Etymology

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Determiner

these

  1. this, these

Inflection


Descendants

  • Middle Dutch: d?se
    • Dutch: deze, dit
    • Limburgish: deze

Further reading

  • "these", in Oudnederlands Woordenboek, 2012

Old Saxon

Determiner

these m

  1. this, these
    an thesum uueroldr?kea uuirkean scoldin: They should work on this world.

Declension


Descendants


Portuguese

Noun

these f (plural theses)

  1. Obsolete spelling of tese (used in Portugal until September 1911 and died out in Brazil during the 1920s).

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