zer

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See also: zêr, żer, žer, and zer-

Basque[edit]

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zer

  1. (interrogative) what

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Dalmatian[edit]

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From Latin īre, present active infinitive of . Compare Istriot , Romansch, Spanish and Spanish ir, Italian gire, ire, Neapolitan , Sicilian jiri. In conjugation 2, Latin vadō is used to form the present and subjunctive tenses.

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zer (second-person plural imperative zaite)

  1. to go

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Northern Kurdish[edit]

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Central Kurdish زەرد(zerd)
Laki zerd(zerd)
Zazaki zerd
Gurani zerd(zerd)

zer

  1. yellow

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Colors in Northern Kurdish · reng (layout · text)
     spî      gewr      reş
             sor; sorê sor              pirteqalî; qehweyî              zer; qîçik
             keskê vekirî              kesk              kevz; keskê tarî
             şînê vekirî; hêşîn              şînê esmanî              şîn
             şîrkî, mor; heş              soravî; binefşî, xemir              pîvazî, pembe

Polish[edit]

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zer n

  1. genitive plural of zero

Romanian[edit]

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  • zăr (regional, archaic)

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Either a substratum word or from Latin serum, possibly influenced by Greek.

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zer n (plural zeruri)

  1. whey

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Turkmen[edit]

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zer (definite accusative ?, plural ?)

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