Complete Definition of "he"

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Translingual

Etymology 1
From term|Hebrew

Symbol
infl|mul|symbol

  1. context|linguistics|computing ISO 639-1 code for Hebrew.

Etymology 2
Transliteration of various Semitic letters, including term|scPhnx|ð¤|trh, term|scHebr|×|trh, and Syriac term|scSyrc|Ü|trh||hÄ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/heɪ:/, SAMPA|/he:/

Noun
infl|mul|noun

  1. The name of term|scPhnx|ð¤|trh||hÄ, the fifth letter of the Phoenician alphabet (Image:phoenician_he.png|20px|He).
  2. The fifth letter of the Aramaic alphabet (Image:He0.svg|20px|HÄ).
  3. The name of term|scHebr|×|trh||he, the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (Image:He0.svg|20px|He).

#*1658: The same number in the Hebrew mysteries and Cabalistical accounts was the character of Generation; declared by the Letter He, the fifth in their Alphabet â Sir Thomas Browne, The Garden of Cyrus (Folio Society 2007, p. 210)

  1. The name of term|scSyrc|Ü|trh||hÄ, the fifth letter of the Syriac alphabet (Image:SyriacHe.png|20px|HÄ).

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English
rank|I|that|was|9|he|his|with|is

Pronunciation
enPR|hÄ, IPA|/hiË/, SAMPA|/hi:/
audio|en-us-he.ogg|Audio (US)
:rhymes|iË

Etymology
From OE. term|he|hÄ|lang=ang < proto|Germanic|hiz < proto|Germanic|khi- < proto|Indo-European|ki-|this, here.

Pronoun
en-pron|desc=third-person singular, masculine, nominative case|accusative|him|reflexive|himself|possessive|his

  1. personal A male other; the previously mentioned male; himself.
  2. personal That (when referring to a man).

#: Bob, he of Poughkeepsie.

  1. personal Another (person or animal) whose gender is unknown (with animals this includes dogs, rodents; see she).

Usage notes
See Wiktionary:English inflection for other personal pronouns.
The third usage is considered sexist by some.

Synonyms
sense|personal|another person or animal whose gender is unknown he/she, s/he, qualifier|informal they

Quotations
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Translations
trans-top|personal pronoun "he"
Albanian: t+|sq|ai|xs=Albanian
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙ|ÙÙÙÙ (húwa)
Aramaic:
Belarusian: йон (jon)
Bulgarian: Ñой (toj)
Catalan: ell
Cherokee: áᢠ(nahi)
Chinese:

Cree: wiya i|both male and female
Croatian: t+|hr|on
Czech: t+|cs|on (1)
Danish: t+|da|han
Dutch: t+|nl|hij
Dyirbal: i|no third-person pronoun
Esperanto: t+|eo|li|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: tema, ta i|both male and female
Ewe: eya i|both male and female
Fijian: koya i|both male and female
Finnish: hän i|both male and female
French: il (1,2)
Frisian: hy
Georgian: áá¡ (is) i|both male and female
German: t+|de|er
Greek: αÏÏÏÏ(avtós) m
Ancient Greek: polytonic|αá½ÏÏÏ (autos) m
Guaraní: ahẽ i|both male and female
Hausa: shíi i|independent form
Hawaiian: ia i|both male and female
Hebrew: ××× (hu)
Hungarian: Å i|both male and female
Ido: il, ilu
Icelandic: t+|is|hann
Indonesian: dia / ia i|both male and female
trans-mid
Interlingua: ille
Irish: sé conjunctive, é disjunctive
Italian: t+|it|lui, t+|it|egli
Japanese: å½¼ (ãã, káre)
Korean: ê·¸ (geu), ê·¸ì´ (geu-i)
Kurdish: ew (both male and female)
Latin: t+|la|is
Lithuanian: t+|lt|jis|xs=Lithuanian
Malayalam: à´à´µà´¨àµâ (avan), à´à´¦àµà´¦àµà´¹à´ (addeham)
Maltese: t-|mt|hu|xs=Maltese
Norwegian: t+|no|han
Novial: lo
Ojibwe: wiin i|both male and female
Old English: t-|ang|he|althÄ|xsOld English, t+|ang|se|altsÄ|xsOld English
Persian: FAchar|ا٠(u) i|both male and female
Polish: t+|pl|on
Portuguese: t+|pt|ele
Quechua: pay#Quechua|pay i|both male and female
Romanian: dumnealui (formal) el i|informal
Russian: он#Russian|он (on)
Scottish Gaelic: e nonemphatic, esan emphatic
Serbian:
:* Cyrillic: он
:* Roman: on
Sicilian: iddu
Slovak: t-|sk|on
Slovene: t+|sl|on
Spanish: t+|es|él
Swahili: yeye i|both male and female
Swedish: t+|sv|han|c
Tagalog: niya i|ng form, kaniya i|sa form, siya i|unmarked form i|all both male and female
Telugu: t|te|à°à°¤à°¡à±|sc=Telu (ataDu), à°à°¤à°¨à± (atanu)
Thai: THchar|à¹à¸à¸² (kÄo, both male and female)
Tok Pisin: em
Tupinambá: a'e i|both male and female
Turkish: o#Turkish|o i|both male and female
Ukrainian: вÑн (vin)
Vietnamese: ông ấy, nó, anh, anh ấy
!XÅ©: ha#!XÅ©|ha i|both male and female
Yorùbá: ó, á i|both male and female
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Breton

Pronoun
br-pron

  1. her

Usage notes
he zad - her father


Dutch

Interjection
nl-intj

  1. Said when surprised or when objecting to something.

Finnish
Finnish index|he

Pronunciation
Hyphenation: he
Rhymes: Rhymes:Finnish:-e|-e
IPA|lang=fi|[he]

Pronoun
fi-pron

  1. personal|lang=fi they i|only of people.

Declension
Irregular. The comitative and instructive forms don't exist; the abessive is hardly used.
In addition to the standard set of cases, he and other personal pronouns have a specific accusative form; heidät.

Usage notes
In standard Finnish, he can practically never be omitted, despite the verb showing both the person and the number. (cf. the usage of hän#Finnish|hän, "she" / "he")

fi-decl-pron|1shän|2shänen|3shäntä|4shänet|5shänessä|6shänestä|7shäneen|8shänellä|9shäneltä|10shänelle|11shänenä|12shäneksi|14shänettä|1phe|2pheidän|3pheitä|4pheidät|5pheissä|6pheistä|7pheihin|8pheillä|9pheiltä|10pheille|11pheinä|12pheiksi|14pheittä|adv=no

Synonyms
i-c|dialectal het#Finnish|het
i-c|dialectal hyö#Finnish|hyö
i-c|colloquial ne#Finnish|ne

See also
minä#Finnish|minä
sinä#Finnish|sinä
hän#Finnish|hän
me#Finnish|me
te#Finnish|te

Category:Finnish personal pronouns


Japanese

Noun
ja-noun|r|hira=ã¸

  1. å±: fart

Mandarin

Pinyin syllable
he

  1. A transliteration of any of a number of Chinese characters properly represented as having one of four tones, hÄ, hé, hÄ, or hè.

Usage notes
English transcriptions of Chinese speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Chinese language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.

Category:Mandarin pinyin


Old English

Etymology
From proto|Germanic|hiz|langang. Cognate with Old Frisian term|hi|langofs, term|he|langofs, Old Saxon term|hi|langosx, term|he|lang=osx.

Pronunciation
IPA|/he:/

Pronoun
infl|ang|pronoun|head=hÄ|accusative|hine|genitive|his|dative|him

  1. he#English|he

Descendants
English: he#English|he


Spanish

Verb
infl|es|verb form

  1. form of|First-person singular indicative present|haber

See also
qualifier|with acute accent hé

ar:he
da:he
de:he
es:he
fr:he
gl:he
ko:he
io:he
it:he
kk:he
ku:he
la:he
hu:he
ja:he
pa:he
pl:he
pt:he
ru:he
sg:he
simple:he
sl:he
fi:he
sv:he
ta:he
te:he
vi:he
tr:he
uk:he
vo:he
zh:he

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