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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From {{inh|ang|gem-pro|*inkô||ache, regret}}, from {{etyl|ine-pro|ang}} {{m|ine-pro|*yenǵ-||illness}}. Cognate with {{etyl|ofs|-}} {{m|ofs|jinc||angered}}, {{etyl|non|-}} {{m|non|ekki||pain, grief}}, {{etyl|no|-}} {{m|no|ekkje||lack, pity}}.
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From {{inh|ang|gem-pro|*inkô||ache, regret}}, from {{etyl|ine-pro|ang}} {{m|ine-pro|*yenǵ-||illness}}. Cognate with {{cog|ofs|jinc||angered}}, {{cog|non|ekki||pain, grief}}, {{cog|no|ekkje||lack, pity}}.
   
 
===Noun===
 
===Noun===
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===Etymology===
From {{etyl|qu|es}} {{m|qu|inqa}}.
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{{bor|es|qu|inqa}}.
   
 
===Noun===
 
===Noun===
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* {{l|es|incaico}}
 
* {{l|es|incaico}}
 
* {{l|es|incásico}}
 
* {{l|es|incásico}}
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==Zazaki==
 
==Zazaki==
   
 
===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From {{etyl|ine-pro|zza}} English {{m|en|here}}.
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From {{der|zza|ine-pro}} ({{cog|en|here}}).
   
 
===Noun===
 
===Noun===

Revision as of 07:56, 2 April 2016

See also: Inca and încă

Catalan

Noun

inca m, f (plural inques)

  1. Inca

Related terms


Italian

Adjective

inca m, f (invariable)

  1. Inca

Noun

inca m, f (invariable)

  1. Inca

Anagrams


Latin

Adjective

inca

  1. nominative feminine singular of incus
  2. nominative neuter plural of incus
  3. accusative neuter plural of incus
  4. vocative feminine singular of incus
  5. vocative neuter plural of incus

incā

  1. ablative feminine singular of incus

Old English

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *inkô (ache, regret), from Proto-Indo-European *yenǵ- (illness). Cognate with Old Frisian jinc (angered), Old Norse ekki (pain, grief), Norwegian ekkje (lack, pity).

Noun

inca m

  1. doubt, uncertainty, question, suspicion, fear
  2. cause for complaint, offense, ill-will, grievance, grudge; quarrel
  3. opportunity, occasion

Declension

Descendants


Spanish

Alternative forms

Etymology

Borrowing from Quechua inqa.

Noun

inca m, f (plural incas)

  1. Inca

Derived terms


Zazaki

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European [Term?] (English here).

Noun

inca ?

  1. here, this place