rinn

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German[edit]

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rinn

  1. Imperative singular of rinnen.

Irish[edit]

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Noun[edit]

rinn f (genitive rinne, nominative plural reanna)

  1. point, tip, compass point
  2. top, culmination
  3. (geometry, astronomy) apex
  4. (geography) point, cape, promontory, headland
  5. pointed weapon, sharp-pointed instrument
  6. (poetry) last word of verse-line
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Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

rinn m (genitive reanna, nominative plural reanna)

  1. (astronomy) star, planet, heavenly body
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Verb[edit]

rinn

  1. (Ulster) Alternative form of rinne.

Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Verb[edit]

rinn

  1. past tense of dèan

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Swedish[edit]

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rinn

  1. imperative of rinna.