Complete Definition of "five"

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English

rank|war|short|able|392|five|need|met|boy

Etymology
Old English fif|fÄ«f < Germanic *fimfi < PIE *penkwe. Cognate with German fünf, Italian cinque, French cinq, Greek ÏένÏε, Russian пÑÑÑ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/faɪv/, SAMPA|/"faIv/
audio|en-us-five.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-aɪv|-aɪv

Cardinal number
five

w:Arabic numerals|Arabic numerals: 5
Arabic-Indic: Ù¥
w:Chinese numerals|Chinese numerals: äº, ä¼
w:Roman numerals|Roman numerals: V

  • Last: four, 4
  • Next: six, 6
  1. Two plus three. One plus four. Six minus one. The typical number of fingers on a hand, including the thumb. This many: â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢. Ordinal: fifth.
Translations
trans-top|five (numeral)
Alabama: unicode|táɬɬàapi
Albanian: pesë
American Sign Language: Image:LSQ 5.jpg|25px
Arabic: ARchar|Ø®Ùسة (Ïámsa)
Aramaic:
Armenian: Õ°Õ«Õ¶Õ£ (hink)
Basque: bost
Belarusian: пÑÑÑ (pjatsâ)
Bosnian: t-|bs|pet
Breton: pemp
Bulgarian: t-|bg|пеÑ|sc=Cyrl
Catalan: cinc
Cherokee: á¯áá© (hisgi)
Chickasaw: talhlhá'pi, tulhape
Chinese:

Cornish: pymp
Corsican: cinqui
Cree: nîyânan
Crimean Tatar: beÅ#Crimean Tatar|beÅ
Croatian: t+|hr|pet
Crow: chiaxxó
Czech: t+|cs|pÄt
Danish: t+|da|fem
Dutch: t+|nl|vijf
Erzya: веÑе (vete)
Esperanto: t+|eo|kvin|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t+|et|viis
Finnish: viisi(:fi:viisi|^)
French: t+|fr|cinq
Frisian: fiif
Ga: unicode|enumÉ
Garífuna: seingü
Georgian: á®á£áá (Ïutâi)
German: t+|de|fünf
Gilbertese: nimaua
Greek: t+|el|ÏένÏε|sc=Grek (pénte)
Greek, Ancient: ÏένÏε (pente)
Guaraní: po#Guarani|po
Hebrew: ××ש|×Ö¸×Öµ×©× (khamésh) f (used in counting), ××ש×|×Ö²×ִשָּ×× m (khamisha)
Hindi: पाà¤à¤ (pÄca)
Hungarian: t+|hu|öt
Icelandic: t+|is|fimm
Ido: kin
Indonesian: t+|id|lima|xs=Indonesian
Interlingua: cinque
Irish: cúig
Italian: t+|it|cinque
Japanese: äº (ã, go), äºã¤ (ãã¤ã¤, itsútsu)
Kalaallisut: tallimat
Karelian: viisi
Khmer: KMchar|áááá¶á (pram)
Komi: Ð²Ð¸Ñ (vit)
Korean: ë¤ì¯ (daseot), ì¤ [äº] (o)
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Kurdish: pênc, KUchar|Ù¾ÛÙج
Latin: quinque|quīnque, indecl
Latvian: pieci m, piecas f
Livonian: vīž
Lojban: mu
Malay: t+|ms|lima|xs=Malay
Maltese: ħamsa
Manchu: sunja
Manx: queig
Marathi: पाठ(pÄch)
Mari: визÑÑ (vizyt)
Maricopa: sarapk
Marshallese: ļalem
Mojave: tharap
Nahuatl: makwilli
Neapolitan: cìnche
Norwegian: t+|no|fem
Novial: sink
O'odham: hetasp
Occitan: cinc
Old English: t-|ang|fif|xs=Old English
Old Norse: fimm#Old Norse|fimm
Persian: FAchar|Ù¾Ùج|Ù¾ÙÙج (pænj)
Polish: t+|pl|piÄÄ
Portuguese: t+|pt|cinco
Punjabi: ਪੰਠ(pañj)
Rapanui: ka rima
Rohingya: fañs
Romanian: t+|ro|cinci
Romany: pÄnj
Russian: пÑÑÑ (pjatâ)
Sanskrit: पà¤à¥à¤à¤¨à¥ (pañcan), पà¤à¤ (paca)
Scottish Gaelic: còig
Serbian: Ð¿ÐµÑ (pet#Serbian|pet)
Sicilian: cincu
Sindhi: SDchar|Ù¾ÙÙج٠(panja)
Sinhala: ප෠(paha)
Slovak: t-|sk|päť
Slovene: t+|sl|pet
Spanish: t+|es|cinco
Swedish: fem (:sv:fem|^)
Tagalog: lima#Tagalog|lima
Tatar: t+|tt|биÑ|scCyrl|xsTatar, t-|tt|biÅ|xs=Tatar
Telugu: à°à°¦à± (aidu)
Thai: THchar|หà¹à¸² (hâa)
Tok Pisin: faipela
Turkish: t+|tr|beÅ
Tzutujil: khoâo
Ukrainian: п'ÑÑÑ (pjatâ)
Veps: viž
Vietnamese: t+|vi|ngũ|xs=Vietnamese
Võro: viiÅ
Votic: viiz / вииз
Walloon: cénk
Welsh: t+|cy|pump|xs=Welsh
Yiddish: פֿ×× ×£ (finf)
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Noun
five

  1. The digit/figure 5
  2. (US) A five-dollar bill.

#: Can anyone here change a five?

  1. five o'clock
  2. a five-minute rest:

#: take five, soldier.

Translations
trans-top|digit
Danish: femtal n
Finnish: t+|fi|viitonen
French: t+|fr|cinq|m
German: t+|de|fünf
trans-mid
Polish: t+|pl|piÄtka|f
Russian: пÑÑÑÑка (p'at'órka) f
Swedish: t+|sv|femma|c
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trans-top|five-dollar bill
Danish: femmer c (also used for the Danish 5-krone coin)
Finnish: t+|fi|viitonen, t+|fi|femma
German: Fünfer m
trans-mid
Kurdish: t+|ku|Ù¾ÛÙجÛ|sc=KUchar
Russian: пÑÑÑÑка (p'at'órka) f
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trans-top|five o'clock
Finnish: viisi|viideltä, kello viisi
trans-mid
Russian: t+|ru|пÑÑÑ|trp'at'|scCyrl
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trans-top|five-minute rest
Finnish: viisiminuuttinen
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Translations to be checked
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trans-top|Translations to be categorized
ttbc|Arabic: ARchar|Ø®Ùسة (Ïámsa)
ttbc|Portuguese: cinco m (1)
ttbc|Romanian: cinci m
ttbc|Welsh: pump
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Verb
en-verb|fiv|ing

  1. colloquial To engage in a slapping together of right hands in order to indicate greetings, friendship, or congratulations.

Derived terms
high five
low five

Related terms
gimme five

Category:Card games
Category:Cardinal numbers|f

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