Complete Definition of "here"

English

rank|same|take|last|137|here|thought|found|people

Etymology
From ME. here < OE. hÄr (in this place) < PG. stem *khi- < Proto-Indo-European *ki- (this) + adverbial suffix -r. Cognate with the English pronoun he.

Pronunciation
(Received Pronunciation|UK) IPA|/hɪÉ/, SAMPA|/[email protected]/
(General American|US) IPA|/hɪɹ/, SAMPA|/hIr/
audio|en-us-here.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|ɪÉ(r)
Homophones: hear

Noun
wikipedia
en-noun|-

  1. context|abstract This place; this location.

#: Come over here.

  1. context|abstract This time, situation.

#: Here in history, we are less diligent about quashing monopolies.

Translations
trans-top|this place
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙا (huna)
Bulgarian: ÑÑк (tuk)
Czech: t+|cs|tady, t+|cs|zde
Dutch: t+|nl|hier
Finnish: t+|fi|tässä
French: t+|fr|ici
German: t+|de|hier
Greek: t+|el|εδÏ|sc=Grek (edó)
Hebrew: he-translation|×××|kán, he-translation|פ×|pó
Interlingua: hic, ci
trans-mid
Italian: qua (in the immediate vicinity; in this country/town, etc), qui (used for things further away than those indicated by "qua"
Japanese: t+|ja|ãã|trkokó|scJpan
Kurdish: KUchar|ئÛرÙâ, KUchar|ÙÛرÙâ
Malay: t|ms|sini
Russian: здеÑÑ (zdesâ), ÑÑÑ (tut)
Polish: t+|pl|tu, t+|pl|tutaj
Portuguese: t+|pt|aqui, t+|pt|cá
Spanish: t+|es|aquí, t+|es|acá
Swedish: t+|sv|här
trans-bottom

trans-top|this time, situation
Bulgarian: ÑÑк (tuk)
Interlingua: hic, ci
Czech: t+|cs|tady, t+|cs|zde
Hebrew: he-translation|×¢×ש××|akhsháv, he-translation|×עת|ka`ét, he-translation|עת×|atá
trans-mid
Japanese: t+|ja|ãã|trkokó|scJpan
Kurdish: KUchar|ÙÛرÙâ, KUchar|ئÛرÙâ
Russian: ÑÑÑ (tut)
Portuguese: t+|pt|aqui
Spanish: t+|es|aquí
Swedish: t+|sv|här
trans-bottom

checktrans-top
ttbc|Basque: hemen
ttbc|Catalan: aquí, ací
ttbc|Chinese: è¿é (zhèlÇ), è¿å¿ (zhèr)
ttbc|Dutch: hier#Dutch|hier n
ttbc|Egyptian: ARchar|ÙÙا (hina)
ttbc|Esperanto: Äi tie, tie Äi
ttbc|French: ici m
checktrans-mid
ttbc|Hungarian: itt
ttbc|Ido: hike
ttbc|Korean: ì¬ê¸° (yeogi)
ttbc|Latin: hic#Latin|hic
ttbc|Spanish: aquí#Spanish|aquí
ttbc|Romanian: aici, aci
ttbc|Telugu: à°à°à±à°à°¡ (ikkaDa), à°à°à±à°à° (icchaTa)
checktrans-bottom

Adverb
en-adv|-

  1. In, on, or at this place.
  2. To this place.
Translations
trans-top|in, on, or at this place
Albanian: këtu
Arabic: Arab|ÙÙا|ÙÙÙÙا (húnÄ)
Azeri: burada, bax budur, bura
Binisayâ: dinhi, didí
Bulgarian: ÑÑк (tuk)
Catalan: aquí, ací
Chinese: è¿é (zhè lÇ), è¿å (zhè+ér=zhèr)
Czech: t+|cs|zde
Danish: t+|da|her
Dutch: t+|nl|hier
Esperanto: t-|eo|Äi tie|xsEsperanto, t-|eo|tie Äi|xsEsperanto
Estonian: t-|et|siin
Finnish:
::: täällä (the place wider or less accurately confined)
::: tässä (-"- smaller or more accurately confined)
French: t+|fr|ici
Georgian: áá (ai)
German: t+|de|hier

Greek: t+|el|εδÏ|sc=Grek (edó)
Greek (Ancient): á¼Î½Î¸Î± (éntha)
Guaraní: ko'ápe
Hawaiian: maâaneâi, neâi, âaneâi
Hebrew: he-translation|×××|kán, he-translation|פ×|pó
Hungarian: t+|hu|itt
Icelandic: t+|is|hér
Ido: hike
trans-mid
Interlingua: hic, ci
Irish: t+|ga|abhus|xsIrish, t-|ga|anseo|xsIrish
Italian: t+|it|qui, t+|it|qua
Japanese: ããã« (koko ni), ãã㧠(koko de)
Kannada: à²à²²à³à²²à²¿ (illi), à²à²¦à²°à²²à³à²²à²¿ (idaralli)
Khmer: KMchar|ááá (nis)
Klingon: naDev
Korean: ì¬ê¸° (yeogi)
Latin: t+|la|hic
Lithuanian: Äia
Luxembourgish: hei
Malay: l|ms|di t|ms|sini
Novial: hir, dislok, disilok
Old English: her#Old English|her
Old Norse: hér
Persian: FAchar|اÛÙجا (injÄ)
Polish: t+|pl|tu, t+|pl|tutaj
Portuguese: t+|pt|aqui
Russian: здеÑÑ (zdesâ), ÑÑÑ (tut)
Slovene: t+|sl|tu, t+|sl|tukaj
Spanish: t+|es|aquí, t+|es|acá
Swedish: t+|sv|här
Thai: Thai|à¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸µà¹ (thÄ«nÄ«)
Tupinambá: iké
Turkish: t-|tr|burada, t-|tr|iÅte, t-|tr|burası
Vietnamese: tại Äây
Volapük: is
Welsh: yma
Xhosa: apha
Yiddish: ×Ö·×ער (aher)
Zulu: la, lapha
trans-bottom

trans-top|to this place
Arabic: Arab|اÙÙ ÙÙا|Ø¥ÙÙÙ ÙÙÙÙا (ílÄ húnÄ)
Azeri: bura, buraya
Binisayâ: tipakanhi
Bulgarian: наÑам (nasam), доÑÑк (dotuk)
Chinese: å°è¿å¿ (dào zhè er)
Czech: t-|cs|sem
Danish: herhen
Dutch: t-|nl|hierheen
Old English: t-|ang|hider|xs=Old English
Esperanto: t-|eo|Äi tien|xsEsperanto, t-|eo|tien Äi|xsEsperanto
Estonian: kohal
Finnish:
::: tänne (the place wider or less accurately confined)
::: tähän (-"- smaller or more accurately confined)
French: t-|fr|par ici
German: t-|de|hierher, t-|de|hierhin, t+|de|her

Greek, Ancient: á¼Î½Î¸Î¬Î´Îµ (entháde)
Greek: t+|el|εδÏ|sc=Grek (edó)
Hebrew: he-translation|×× ×|hénah, he-translation|××××|lekán, he-translation|×פ×|lepó
Hindi: यहाठ(yahÄng)
Hungarian: t-|hu|ide, t-|hu|erre
Icelandic: t-|is|hingað
trans-mid
Interlingua: usque hic, usque ci
Irish: t-|ga|anseo|xs=Irish
Japanese: ãã¡ã㸠(kochira e)
Kannada: à²à²¤à³à²¤ (itta), ಠà²à²¡à³à²à³ (Ä« kaá¸ege)
Klingon: naDev
Korean: ì´ë¦¬ (iri)
Latin: t+|la|huc
Luxembourgish: hei, hier
Malay: l|ms|ke t|ms|sini
Persian: FAchar|باÛÙجا (baâinjÄ)
Polish: t+|pl|tutaj, t-|pl|dotÄd
Portuguese: t-|pt|para aqui, t-|pt|para cá
Russian: t+|ru|ÑÑда|trsjudá|scCyrl
Slovak: t-|sk|sem
Slovene: t-|sl|sem
Spanish: t+|es|acá, t-|es|hacia acá
Swedish: t+|sv|hit, t-|sv|hitåt
Thai: Thai|มาà¸à¸£à¸à¸à¸µà¹ (mÄtrongnÄ«)
Turkish: t-|tr|buraya
Vietnamese: Äây, bên này
Volapük: iso
Welsh: yma, hyd yma
Zulu: lapha, neno
trans-bottom

checktrans-top
ttbc|Swahili: hapa
ttbc|Telugu: à°à°à±à°à°¡à°¿ (ikkaDi), à°à°à±à°à°à°¿ (icchaTi)
ttbc|Ukrainian: ÑÑÑ (tut)
checktrans-bottom

See also
hence
here-
hereabout
hereabouts
hither
there

Category:200 English basic words


Breton

Noun
here

  1. October

Category:Breton nouns


Dutch

Noun
here m

  1. Flexed form of heer#Dutch|heer; lord.

Category:Dutch nouns


Hungarian

Pronunciation
IPA|[hÉɾÉ]|lang=hu

Noun
infl|hu|noun

  1. testicle
  2. drone

Category:hu:Anatomy


Latin

Adverb
here

  1. Variant of heri.

Category:Latin adverbs


Old English

Etymology
From Ger.|ang *harjo-z, from IE.|ang *korio-. Cognate with Old Saxon heri (Dutch heer), Old High German heri (German Heer), Old Norse herr (Swedish här), Gothic ð·ð°ðð¾ð¹ð; the Indo-European root also gave Ancient Greek polytonic|κοίÏανοÏ, Middle Irish cuire, Baltic *kara- (Lithuanian karas|kãras).

Pronunciation
IPA|/Ëhere/

Noun
here m

  1. army (especially of the enemy)

#: Sio fierd ðone here gefliemde. The English force put the [Danish] army to flight. (Anglo-Saxon Chronicle)

Derived terms
heregrima|heregrīma

Declension
oe-noun|here|her(i)Ä¡as|her(i)Ä¡e|her(i)Ä¡as|her(i)Ä¡es|her(i)Ä¡a|her(i)Ä¡e|her(i)gum

et:here
el:here
es:here
fr:here
fy:here
ko:here
io:here
it:here
kk:here
ku:here
la:here
hu:here
ja:here
pl:here
pt:here
ru:here
simple:here
fi:here
ta:here
te:here
vi:here
tr:here
uk:here
zh:here

Revision and Credits for"here"
Dictionary content provided from Wiktionary.org under the
GNU Free Documentation License
 
 

 Find:
  Words Starting With:
  Words Ending With:
  Words Containing:
  Words That Match:

 
 Translate Into:
  
Dutch   French   German
  
Italian   Spanish
    Show results per page.

Browse the Dictionary
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

   
Allwords Copyright 1998-2021 All rights reserved.