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Complete Definition of "I"

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Translingual

Alternative forms
sense|Roman numeral one �, i, �

Symbol
infl|mul|symbol

  1. First, as in George I (read, in English, as George the first).
  2. element symbol Symbol for iodine.
  3. physics isotopic|Isotopic spin.
  4. (w:List of international license plate codes|license plate codes) Italy
  5. context|physics|electronics Electrical current.

Numeral
infl|mul|numeral|upper case Roman numeral||lower case|i

  1. cardinal number|cardinal number one.

See also
Next: II (two|2)

References
R:American Heritage 2000|I
R:Dictionary.com|I

Category:Roman numerals


English
rank |and|to |in |6|I|that|was|he

Pronunciation
IPA|/aɪ/, SAMPA|/aI/
audio|en-us-I.ogg|Audio (US)
:rhymes|aɪ

Homophones
eye
aye
ay

Etymology 1
Abbreviation.

abbreviation|English
I

  1. context|US|roadway interstate

Etymology 2
OF. i, from L. Ä«, from Etruscan I (i).

Noun
en-noun

  1. The capitalisation|capitalised ninth letter of the Appendix:Roman script|English alphabet, preceded by H and followed by J.

Etymology 3
ME. term|ik, term|ich, term|i, from OE. term|ic|i�; see pie|eg. Cognate with Dutch term|ik, German term|ich, Swedish term|jag; and with Latin term|ego (Spanish term|yo etc.), Ancient Greek term|�γ�|scpolytonic, Russian term|�|scRUchar.

Pronoun
en-pron|desc=personal pronoun|objective|me|possessive|my|possessive noun|mine|reflexive|myself

  1. The speaker or writer, referred to as the grammatical subject of a sentence.

{| class="prettytable"
|+ Inflection
|-
| object || me
|-
| reflexive || myself
|-
| possessive || mine or my
|}

Noun
en-noun|-

  1. metaphysics The ego.

Translations
trans-top|Personal pronoun
Abenaki: nia
Acehnese: lôn
Ainu: a#Ainu|a-
Albanian: unë
Amharic: �� (�iné)
Amuzgo: ja#Amuzgo|ja
Arabic: ARchar|ا�ا|أ��ا IPAchar|(�ána)
Aramaic:
:Syriac: �ܢ� (en�, eno)
:Hebrew: �נ� (en�, eno)
Arapaho: hìnee
Armenian: Õ¥Õ½ (yes)
Avestan: az�m
Azeri: m�n
Bambara: ne#Bambara|ne
Basque: ni#Basque|ni, nik
Belarusian: � (ja)
Bengali: �মি (�mi)
Bislama: mi#Bislama|mi
Blackfoot: niisto
Bosnian: ja#Bosnian|ja
Bulgarian: аз (az)
Burmese: á��á�¹á��á��á�~+mn~á�¬á�¹ (kyanau) formal m, á��á�¹á��á�� (kyama) formal f, á��á�¬ (ngà) informal
Carrier: si#Carrier|si
Catalan: jo
Cherokee: �� (aya)
Cheyenne: na-
Chinese:
*Cantonese: � (ngo5)
:Teochew: ua2
*Hakka: � (ngài)
*Mandarin: � (w�)
*Min Nan: � (góa)
Cornish:
:Kernewek Kemmyn: my
Cree: �� (niya)
Croatian: ja
Czech: já
Danish: jeg
Dutch: ik
Dyirbal: unicode|�a�a
Egyptian: jnk
Esperanto: mi#Esperanto|mi
Estonian: mina, ma#Estonian|ma
Etruscan: mi
Ewe: nye
Faroese: eg, jeg
Fijian: au
Finnish: minä
Franconian, Low: ik
French: je
Frisian: ik
Ga: mi
Georgian: �� (me)
German: ich
Gothic: ��
Greek: εγ� (egó)
Guaraní: che
Haida: ��
Hawaiian: au / wau, a'u|a�u
Hebrew: �נ� (aní)
Hindi: म�� (maĩ)
Hittite: uk
Hungarian: én
Icelandic: ég#Icelandic|ég, eg#Icelandic|eg (archaic, poetic)
Ido: me#Ido|me
Indonesian: saya formal, aku familiar, daku archaic
Interlingua: io
Irish: mé, mise
Italian: io
Japanese: �, ��� (watashí), ���� (watakushí) formal, ��� (atashí) f; �, �� (bóku) familiar m; 俺, �� (ore) informal m; �, �� (ware) archaic; t|ja|scJpan|��|trsh�s�, t|ja|scJpan|��|trgus� humble; t|ja|scJpan|�|trchin emperor
Kabyle: nekk
Kanza: a#Kanza|a
Khmer: KMchar|����� (k�nyom)
Klallam: c�n
Klamath: no·
Korean: � (na); � (jeo) formal
Kuanua: iau
Kurdish: ez, min
Kyrgyz: мен (men)
Latin: ego
Latvian: es#Latvian|es
trans-mid
Limburgish: ich
Lingala: ngáí
Lithuanian: aš
Lojban: pami
Low Saxon: ik
Lycian: ẽmu
Lydian: amu
Macedonian: �а� (jas)
Maltese: jien
Manchu: (bi)
Manx: mee, mish
Marathi: म� (mee)
Mayo: ínapo
Middle Breton: me#Middle Breton|me
Middle English: i#Middle English|i, ich#Middle English|ich; me#Middle English|me
Minigir: iau
Middle Welsh: me#Middle Welsh|me
Navajo: shí
Nez Perce: �í·n
Niuean: au
Norwegian (bokmål): jeg
Norwegian (nynorsk): eg
Ojibwe: �� (niin)
Old Church Slavonic: аз� (azŭ)
Old English: ic
Old High German: ih, ihh
Old Icelandic: ek#Old Icelandic|ek
Old Irish: mé
Old Lithuanian: eš
Old Norse: ek#Old Norse|ek
Old Prussian: as#Prussian|as
Persian: FAchar|��#Persian|��� (mæn)
Pitjantjatjara: ngayulu
Polish: ja#Polish|ja
Portuguese: eu
Punjabi: ਮ�� (mai�)
Quechua: Ã~+mn~uqa
Romani: me
Romanian: eu
Russian: �#Russian|� (ya)
Samoan: a'u, 'ou
Sanskrit: �हम (aham)
Scots: A#Scots|A, #Scots|I emphatic
Scottish Gaelic: mi normal, mise emphatic
Serbian: �а
Shoshone: ne#Shoshone|ne
Sicilian: iò, iù, iu
Slovak: ja#Slovak|ja
Slovene: jaz
Spanish: yo
Squamish: mn
Sumerian: men� (also, men�; g�e��)
Swahili: mimi
Swedish: jag#Swedish|jag
Tagalog: ko (ng form), akin (sa form), ako (unmarked form)
Tamil: நான� (n�N)
Tarahumara: ne#Tarahumara|ne
Telugu: à°¨à~+mn~�à°¨à~+mn~� (nenu)
Tetum: ha'u
Thai: THchar|à¸�ม (pom) m, THchar|à¸�ิà¸�à¸~+mn~à¸� (di-chan) f, THchar|à¸�à¸~+mn~à¸� (chan) informal
Thracian: asn
Tocharian:
*A: Ã~+mn~uk; näs
*B: Ã~+mn~iÅ�
Tokelauan: au
Tok Pisin: mi#Tok Pisin|mi
Tongan: u, ou, ku
Tsimshian: y�
Tupinambá: ixé, xe
Turkish: ben#Turkish|ben
Tuvaluan: au
Ukrainian: �#Ukrainian|� (ja)
Umbrian: eho
Urdu: URchar|��ں (maĩ)
Uvean: au
Vietnamese: tôi
Volapük: ob#Volapük|ob
Võro: maq
Wappo: �àh
Welsh mi
Winnebago: né
!XÅ©: mi#!XÅ©|mi
Yiddish: ��� (ikh)
Yokuts: na�
Yoruba: mo, m#Yoruba|n, mi#Yoruba|mi, mà
Yucatec: tehn
Yup'ik: wiinga
ZuÃ~+mn~i: hoË�
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References
R:American Heritage 2000|I
R:Dictionary.com|I
R:WordNet 2003|I

Category:100 English basic words
Category:English first person pronouns
Category:English palindromes
Category:Etruscan derivations
Category:Physics
Category:Symbols
Category:US


Danish

Pronoun
infl|da|pronoun|personal pronoun, plural

  1. you, you all.

Related terms
du#Danish|du
jeres


Finnish

Noun
fi-noun

  1. improbatur

Romanian

Pronunciation
IPA|/i/|lang=ro

Letter
I (capital, lowercase i)

  1. The eleventh letter of the Romanian alphabet generally representing the phoneme /i/. Preceded by H and followed by �.

Usage notes
Before and after vowels, this letter usually takes on the sound of /j/
:ianuarie /'ja.nu.a.ri.e/
:femei /fe'mej/
At the ends of words (except verb infinitives, and those ending in a consonant cluster ending in l or r), the letter palatalizes the previous syllable and is "whispered": /ʲ/
:b�ieţi /b�'jeʦʲ/

Category:Romanian alphabet


Swedish

Pronoun
infl|sv|pronoun|personal pronoun

  1. obsolete|lang=sv you (second person plural)

Synonyms
ni#Swedish|ni

ar:I
an:I
zh-min-nan:I
br:I
cs:I
da:I
de:I
et:I
el:I
es:I
fr:I
gd:I
gl:I
ko:I
hy:I
hr:I
io:I
id:I
ia:I
it:I
kk:I
ky:I
ku:I
la:I
lt:I
hu:I
ml:I
ms:I
nl:I
ja:I
no:I
pl:I
pt:I
ro:I
ru:I
sg:I
tn:I
simple:I
sd:I
sk:I
sl:I
fi:I
sv:I
th:I
vi:I
chr:I
tr:I
uk:I
zh:I

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