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Vi
See also: Vi, VI, .vi, , , v?, v?, v?, v.i., v. i., V.I., V. I., and

Translingual

Alternative forms

Symbol

vi

  1. VI, the Roman numeral six (6)
  2. (music) minor submediant triad

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English

Alternative forms

Noun

vi

  1. (grammar) Initialism of verb intransitive or intransitive verb (often appears in dual language dictionaries)

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Aiwoo

Adverb

vi

  1. down below

References


Breton

Etymology

From Proto-Celtic *?uyom (compare Welsh wy, Cornish oy), from Proto-Indo-European *hwyóm ("egg").

Noun

vi m

  1. egg

Catalan

Etymology

From Old Occitan, from Latin v?num, from Proto-Italic *w?nom, from Proto-Indo-European *wóyh?nom.

Pronunciation

Noun

vi m (plural vins)

  1. wine (alcoholic beverage)

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Dalmatian

Etymology

From Latin v?vus.

Pronunciation

Adjective

vi m (plural vei)

  1. alive, living

Danish

Etymology

From Old Norse vér, from Proto-Germanic *w?z, from Proto-Indo-European *wéy, plural of *é?h?.

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -i

Pronoun

vi (first-person plural nominative, accusative os, genitive vores, c vor, n vort, pl vore)

  1. we

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Esperanto

Etymology

Borrowed from Italian voi, French vous and/or Russian (vy), plus the i of personal pronouns.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /vi/
  • Hyphenation: vi
  • Audio:

Pronoun

vi (accusative vin, possessive via)

  1. (second-person plural and formal singular pronoun): you
    Vi batis min.
    You hit me.
  2. yourselves
    Vi diras al vi.
    You say to yourselves.

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Ewe

Pronunciation

Adjective

vi

  1. little
  2. small

Noun

vi

  1. child (a son or daughter)
  2. descendant

Ido

Etymology

vu ("you") +‎ -i ("-s; plural")

Pronoun

vi pl

  1. you (plural)

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Italian

Etymology 1

See voi.

Alternative forms

Pronoun

vi

  1. second-person personal plural object pronoun: you, to you
    (noi) vi amiamo - we love you
  2. second-person reflexive plural: yourselves
    (voi) vi ricordate - you remember
  3. (often not translated) it; about it, of it, on it
Usage notes

Becomes ve when followed by a third person direct object clitic (lo, la, li, le, or ne).

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Etymology 2

From Latin ibi.

Adverb

vi

  1. (formal) there
    Synonym: ci
  2. (formal) here
    Synonym: ci
Usage notes

Stylistically elevated variant of ci, only used in formal contexts.

Etymology 3

Noun

vi f (invariable)

  1. Alternative form of vu

Japanese

Romanization

vi

  1. R?maji transcription of
  2. R?maji transcription of
  3. R?maji transcription of
  4. R?maji transcription of ?

Latin

Noun

v?

  1. ablative singular of v?s
  2. dative singular of v?s (rare)

References

  • vi in William Smith et al., editor (1890) A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, London: William Wayte. G. E. Marindin

Norwegian Bokmål

Etymology 1

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Pronunciation

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Pronoun

vi

  1. we
    Hvordan kommer vi dit?
    How do we get there?

Etymology 2

Verb

vi

  1. imperative of vie

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Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology 1

Probably with influence from Swedish vi and Danish vi, from Old Norse vér, from Proto-Germanic *w?z, from Proto-Indo-European *wéy, plural of *é?h?.

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Pronoun

vi

  1. we

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Etymology 2

Verb

vi

  1. imperative of via and vie

References

  • "vi" in The Nynorsk Dictionary.

Portuguese

Pronunciation

Verb

vi

  1. first-person singular (eu) preterite indicative of ver
    Eu vi um pássaro uma vez.
    I saw a bird once.

Romanian

Pronoun

vi (dative form of voi; form of v? )

  1. to you

Usage notes

This word is used when v? (which is dative) is combined with the following accusatives:

  • îl (the accusative of el, contracted as vi-l)
  • îi (the accusative of ei, contracted as vi-i)
  • le (the accusative of ele)
  • se (the reflexive accusative of all third-person pronouns)

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Serbo-Croatian

Pronunciation

Pronoun

v? (Cyrillic spelling )

  1. you (nominative plural of t? ("you"))
  2. you (vocative plural of t? ("you"))
  3. (formal) you (formal singular and plural)

Declension


Slovene

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *vy.

Pronunciation

Pronoun

v?

  1. you (masculine plural, more than two)
  2. (formal) you (masculine singular)

Inflection

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Spanish

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -i

Verb

vi

  1. First-person singular (yo) preterite indicative form of ver.

Swedish

Etymology 1

From Old Swedish v?r, from Old Norse vér, from Proto-Germanic *w?z, from Proto-Indo-European *wéy, plural of *é?h?.

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Pronoun

vi

  1. we (first-person personal plural subject pronoun)
    • 1791, Carl Michael Bellman, Fredmans sånger, N:o 21
      Så lunka vi så småningom från Bacchi buller och tumult
      We'll walk away eventually from the noise and tumult of Bacchus
Declension

Etymology 2

From Old Swedish hvi, from Old Norse, from Proto-Germanic *hw? ("by what, how"), from Proto-Indo-European *k?ey, locative of *k?is ("who"). Cognate with Old Danish hvi, Danish hvi, Old West Norse hví, Norwegian Nynorsk kvi, Norwegian Bokmål hvi, Old Saxon hwi, hwiu, Old High German hwiu, Middle High German wiu, German wie ("how"), Old English hw?, hv?, Middle English why, English why, Latin qu? ("what, who, which").

Adverb

vi

  1. (obsolete) why
    Synonym: varför

Etymology 3

From Proto-Indo-European *weyk- ("to choose, separate out, set aside as holy, consecrate, sacrifice"). Cognate with Latin victima ("offering, sacrifice").

Noun

vi

  1. sanctuary

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Vietnamese

Pronunciation

Noun

vi

  1. (anatomy, especially of sharks) Alternative form of vây ("fin")

Derived terms

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