neke

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Basque

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Pronunciation

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Noun

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neke inan

  1. tiredness, fatigue, suffering, pity, toil, weariness

Declension

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Lindu

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Noun

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neke

  1. portion

Maori

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English snake.

Noun

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neke

  1. snake

See also

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Middle English

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Noun

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neke

  1. Alternative form of nekke

Northern Kurdish

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Verb

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neke

  1. inflection of kirin:
    1. third-person singular negative future
    2. second-person singular negative imperative

Phuthi

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Etymology

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From Afrikaans nege.

Relative

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-néke

  1. nine

Inflection

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Relative concord
Modifier Copulative
1st singular legineke gineke
2nd singular loneke uneke
1st plural lesineke sineke
2nd plural lelineke lineke
Class 1 loneke uneke
Class 2 labaneke baneke
Class 3 loneke uneke
Class 4 leneke ineke
Class 5 lelineke lineke
Class 6 laneke aneke
Class 7 lesineke sineke
Class 8 letineke tineke
Class 9 leneke ineke
Class 10 letineke tineke
Class 14 lobuneke buneke
Class 15 lokuneke kuneke
Class 17 lokuneke kuneke