Disney

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English[edit]

The Walt Disney Studios, the headquarters of The Walt Disney Company.

Etymology[edit]

From Old French de ‎(of, from) + Isigny ‎(a place in Calvados). The place name is from the Germanic personal name *Iso, combined with the Gaulish suffix -iacon, Latinized as -iniacu(m). In modern use, it is also derived from the name of Walt Disney, whose surname has the aforementioned origin.

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Disney

  1. A surname​.
  2. The Walt Disney Company, named after Walt Disney.
  3. Any of the theme parks and vacation resorts operated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
    • 1990, Bill Berkowitz; Bill Sample (interviewee), Local Heroes, Lexington Books, ISBN 0669158305, page 261:
      And they included children down the seashore, they included going to the mountains; our first Disney child was not until 1978, no, ’77. [] I mean, when you say to somebody, “I’m going to give you a trip to Disney,” or “I’m going to buy you a Cabbage Patch doll,” and we’re doing this for you for absolutely nothing, that’s a reward in itself.
    • 2008, Doug Stumpf, Confessions of a Wall Street Shoeshine Boy, HarperCollins, ISBN 0060889543, page 155:
      If they found any phone number from the U.S., anything, they’d deport us right away because we came here on excursion with a whole bunch of people that was going to visit Disney. That’s what everybody usually do: They say, We going to visit Disney, and we going to stay there for a week, and then we going to go back, but they end up staying.
    • 2008, Flay Scott, The Inheritance, page 3:
      Angela asked if we could treat ourselves to a few days at Disney. [] The week included a couple of days in Disney, Dad’s 70th birthday and then the long trip home.
    • 2009, Cleo Stinyard III, Sex, Love, & Consequences, ISBN 1440497664, page 213:
      I had decided to take them, my niece, and three nephews to Disney in Orlando, FL. I was going to try and make history. I was going to make an attempt at escorting more than four Dredd kids to Disney at once and live to tell about it.

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Hungarian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈdizni/
  • Hyphenation: Dis‧ney

Proper noun[edit]

Disney

  1. Disney

Declension[edit]

Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative Disney Disney-k
accusative Disney-t Disney-ket
dative Disney-nek Disney-knek
instrumental Disney-vel Disney-kkel
causal-final Disney-ért Disney-kért
translative Disney-vé Disney-kké
terminative Disney-ig Disney-kig
essive-formal Disney-ként Disney-kként
essive-modal
inessive Disney-ben Disney-kben
superessive Disney-n Disney-ken
adessive Disney-nél Disney-knél
illative Disney-be Disney-kbe
sublative Disney-re Disney-kre
allative Disney-hez Disney-khez
elative Disney-ből Disney-kből
delative Disney-ről Disney-kről
ablative Disney-től Disney-ktől
Possessive forms of Disney
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Disney-m Disney-jeim
2nd person sing. Disney-d Disney-jeid
3rd person sing. Disney-je Disney-jei
1st person plural Disney-nk Disney-jeink
2nd person plural Disney-tek Disney-jeitek
3rd person plural Disney-jük Disney-jeik

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Disney f

  1. Disney (Walt Disney Company)