tanner

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English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English tannere, from Old English tannere; and Old French tannour, equivalent to tan +‎ -er.

Noun[edit]

tanner (plural tanners)

  1. A person whose occupation is to tan hides, or convert them into leather by the use of tan.
Translations[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

Probably from the name of the coin designer, John Sigismund Tanner (died 1775)

Noun[edit]

tanner (plural tanners)

  1. (British, colloquial) A former British coin worth six old pence.
    Synonyms: hog, (from Cockney rhyming slang) lord, sixpence
Translations[edit]

Etymology 3[edit]

Noun[edit]

tanner (plural tanners)

  1. A type of commercially-fished crab, Chionoecetes bairdi or Chionoecetes opilio.
    • 1979, United States. Bureau of Land Management, Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale:
      The new plant is assumed to result in additions to the resident fleet during the tanner and dungeness crab seasons and function as a port of call for an increased number of trollers, resulting in more local seafood processing.
    • 1993, Dana Stabenow, Dead in the Water, →ISBN, page 7:
      There were a few Dungeness, a couple of blue kings and one small and indignant squid, but mostly the pot was filled with tanners, Chionoecetes bairdi & Chionoecetes opilio.
    • 1993, Spike Walker, Working on the Edge, →ISBN:
      We had come here to catch tanner crab, which the Japanese were buying up as fast as we could catch them.

Adjective[edit]

tanner

  1. comparative form of tan: more tan
    • 2011, Jasmine Rodriguez, Hematite, page 173:
      He was a lot tanner than I remembered, or maybe he just looked darker because of the change of light.

Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

Noun[edit]

tanner (genitive tandri, partitive tandrit)

  1. Alternative form of tander

Inflection[edit]

Declension of tanner (ÕS type 3/vaher, nd-nn gradation)
singular plural
nominative tanner tandrid
accusative nom.
gen. tandri
genitive tandrite
partitive tandrit tandreid
illative tandrisse tandritesse
tandreisse
inessive tandris tandrites
tandreis
elative tandrist tandritest
tandreist
allative tandrile tandritele
tandreile
adessive tandril tandritel
tandreil
ablative tandrilt tandritelt
tandreilt
translative tandriks tandriteks
tandreiks
terminative tandrini tandriteni
essive tandrina tandritena
abessive tandrita tandriteta
comitative tandriga tandritega

Finnish[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *tandër. Equivalent to *tante +‎ -re. Cognate to Karelian tanner, Karelian tannar, Veps tandar, Veps tandarta (to tread down), Veps tandreh, Estonian tanderdada, Estonian tandermik (playground), Proto-Samic *tuontër (a kind of mountain in Lapland). Probably derived from Proto-Uralic *tante-.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

tanner

  1. an open flat area of land: field, yard
  2. hard tamped or packed soil or snow

Declension[edit]

Inflection of tanner (Kotus type 49*J/askel, nt-nn gradation)
nominative tanner
tantere
tanteret
tantereet
genitive tanteren
tantereen
tanterien
tannerten
tantereiden
tantereitten
partitive tannerta
tanteretta
tanteria
tantereita
illative tantereen
tantereeseen
tanteriin
tantereisiin
tantereihin
singular plural
nominative tanner
tantere
tanteret
tantereet
accusative nom. tanner
tantere
tanteret
tantereet
gen. tanteren
tantereen
genitive tanteren
tantereen
tanterien
tannerten
tantereiden
tantereitten
partitive tannerta
tanteretta
tanteria
tantereita
inessive tanteressa
tantereessa
tanterissa
tantereissa
elative tanteresta
tantereesta
tanterista
tantereista
illative tantereen
tantereeseen
tanteriin
tantereisiin
tantereihin
adessive tanterella
tantereella
tanterilla
tantereilla
ablative tanterelta
tantereelta
tanterilta
tantereilta
allative tanterelle
tantereelle
tanterille
tantereille
essive tanterena
tantereena
tanterina
tantereina
translative tantereksi
tantereeksi
tanteriksi
tantereiksi
abessive tanteretta
tantereetta
tanteritta
tantereitta
instructive tanterin
tanterein
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of tanner (Kotus type 49*J/askel, nt-nn gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative tantereni
tantereeni
tantereni
tantereeni
accusative nom. tantereni
tantereeni
tantereni
tantereeni
gen. tantereni
tantereeni
genitive tantereni
tantereeni
tanterieni
tannerteni
tantereideni
tantereitteni
partitive tannertani
tanterettani
tanteriani
tantereitani
inessive tanteressani
tantereessani
tanterissani
tantereissani
elative tanterestani
tantereestani
tanteristani
tantereistani
illative tantereeni
tantereeseeni
tanteriini
tantereisiini
tantereihini
adessive tanterellani
tantereellani
tanterillani
tantereillani
ablative tantereltani
tantereeltani
tanteriltani
tantereiltani
allative tanterelleni
tantereelleni
tanterilleni
tantereilleni
essive tanterenani
tantereenani
tanterinani
tantereinani
translative tanterekseni
tantereekseni
tanterikseni
tantereikseni
abessive tanterettani
tantereettani
tanterittani
tantereittani
instructive
comitative tanterineni
tantereineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative tanteresi
tantereesi
tanteresi
tantereesi
accusative nom. tanteresi
tantereesi
tanteresi
tantereesi
gen. tanteresi
tantereesi
genitive tanteresi
tantereesi
tanteriesi
tannertesi
tantereidesi
tantereittesi
partitive tannertasi
tanterettasi
tanteriasi
tantereitasi
inessive tanteressasi
tantereessasi
tanterissasi
tantereissasi
elative tanterestasi
tantereestasi
tanteristasi
tantereistasi
illative tantereesi
tantereeseesi
tanteriisi
tantereisiisi
tantereihisi
adessive tanterellasi
tantereellasi
tanterillasi
tantereillasi
ablative tantereltasi
tantereeltasi
tanteriltasi
tantereiltasi
allative tanterellesi
tantereellesi
tanterillesi
tantereillesi
essive tanterenasi
tantereenasi
tanterinasi
tantereinasi
translative tantereksesi
tantereeksesi
tanteriksesi
tantereiksesi
abessive tanterettasi
tantereettasi
tanterittasi
tantereittasi
instructive
comitative tanterinesi
tantereinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative tanteremme
tantereemme
tanteremme
tantereemme
accusative nom. tanteremme
tantereemme
tanteremme
tantereemme
gen. tanteremme
tantereemme
genitive tanteremme
tantereemme
tanteriemme
tannertemme
tantereidemme
tantereittemme
partitive tannertamme
tanterettamme
tanteriamme
tantereitamme
inessive tanteressamme
tantereessamme
tanterissamme
tantereissamme
elative tanterestamme
tantereestamme
tanteristamme
tantereistamme
illative tantereemme
tantereeseemme
tanteriimme
tantereisiimme
tantereihimme
adessive tanterellamme
tantereellamme
tanterillamme
tantereillamme
ablative tantereltamme
tantereeltamme
tanteriltamme
tantereiltamme
allative tanterellemme
tantereellemme
tanterillemme
tantereillemme
essive tanterenamme
tantereenamme
tanterinamme
tantereinamme
translative tantereksemme
tantereeksemme
tanteriksemme
tantereiksemme
abessive tanterettamme
tantereettamme
tanterittamme
tantereittamme
instructive
comitative tanterinemme
tantereinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative tanterenne
tantereenne
tanterenne
tantereenne
accusative nom. tanterenne
tantereenne
tanterenne
tantereenne
gen. tanterenne
tantereenne
genitive tanterenne
tantereenne
tanterienne
tannertenne
tantereidenne
tantereittenne
partitive tannertanne
tanterettanne
tanterianne
tantereitanne
inessive tanteressanne
tantereessanne
tanterissanne
tantereissanne
elative tanterestanne
tantereestanne
tanteristanne
tantereistanne
illative tantereenne
tantereeseenne
tanteriinne
tantereisiinne
tantereihinne
adessive tanterellanne
tantereellanne
tanterillanne
tantereillanne
ablative tantereltanne
tantereeltanne
tanteriltanne
tantereiltanne
allative tanterellenne
tantereellenne
tanterillenne
tantereillenne
essive tanterenanne
tantereenanne
tanterinanne
tantereinanne
translative tantereksenne
tantereeksenne
tanteriksenne
tantereiksenne
abessive tanterettanne
tantereettanne
tanterittanne
tantereittanne
instructive
comitative tanterinenne
tantereinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative tanterensa
tantereensa
tanterensa
tantereensa
accusative nom. tanterensa
tantereensa
tanterensa
tantereensa
gen. tanterensa
tantereensa
genitive tanterensa
tantereensa
tanteriensa
tannertensa
tantereidensa
tantereittensa
partitive tannertaan
tanterettaan
tannertansa
tanterettansa
tanteriaan
tantereitaan
tanteriansa
tantereitansa
inessive tanteressaan
tantereessaan
tanteressansa
tantereessansa
tanterissaan
tantereissaan
tanterissansa
tantereissansa
elative tanterestaan
tantereestaan
tanterestansa
tantereestansa
tanteristaan
tantereistaan
tanteristansa
tantereistansa
illative tantereensa
tantereeseensa
tanteriinsa
tantereisiinsa
tantereihinsa
adessive tanterellaan
tantereellaan
tanterellansa
tantereellansa
tanterillaan
tantereillaan
tanterillansa
tantereillansa
ablative tantereltaan
tantereeltaan
tantereltansa
tantereeltansa
tanteriltaan
tantereiltaan
tanteriltansa
tantereiltansa
allative tanterelleen
tantereelleen
tanterellensa
tantereellensa
tanterilleen
tantereilleen
tanterillensa
tantereillensa
essive tanterenaan
tantereenaan
tanterenansa
tantereenansa
tanterinaan
tantereinaan
tanterinansa
tantereinansa
translative tanterekseen
tantereekseen
tantereksensa
tantereeksensa
tanterikseen
tantereikseen
tanteriksensa
tantereiksensa
abessive tanterettaan
tantereettaan
tanterettansa
tantereettansa
tanterittaan
tantereittaan
tanterittansa
tantereittansa
instructive
comitative tanterineen
tantereineen
tanterinensa
tantereinensa

Derived terms[edit]

  • tannertaa (to tread down, tread tough) (dialectal)
compounds

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Itkonen, Erkki, Kulonen, Ulla-Maija, editors (1992–2000), Suomen sanojen alkuperä [The origin of Finnish words]‎[1] (in Finnish), Helsinki: Institute for the Languages of Finland/Finnish Literature Society, →ISBN
note: linked online version also includes other etymological sources

Further reading[edit]

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From tan +‎ -er.

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

tanner

  1. (transitive) to tan (in leather-making)
  2. (transitive) to beat physically, whip, thrash
  3. (transitive) to exasperate, annoy, make someone sick of something

Conjugation[edit]

Further reading[edit]

Old French[edit]

Verb[edit]

tanner

  1. Alternative form of taner

Conjugation[edit]

This verb conjugates as a first-group verb ending in -er. The forms that would normally end in *-nn, *-nns, *-nnt are modified to n, ns, nt. Old French conjugation varies significantly by date and by region. The following conjugation should be treated as a guide.

Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Arabic تَنُّور (tannūr).

Noun[edit]

tanner (definite accusative tanneri, plural tannerler)

  1. plate
  2. dish

Synonyms[edit]