senin

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See also: Senin and seniñ

Romanian[edit]

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From Latin serēnus. Compare Aromanian sirin.

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  • IPA(key): /seˈnin/
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senin m or n (feminine singular senină, masculine plural senini, feminine and neuter plural senine)

  1. clear, cloudless
  2. serene, calm, tranquil

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Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ottoman Turkish سنك(seniŋ, thy), equivalent to sen +‎ -in.

Pronoun[edit]

senin

  1. genitive of sen: your, of you.