Complete Definition of "io"

see|Appendix:Variations of "io"
English

Etymology
Modern L., from AGr. term|scpolytonic|á¼°Ï|triá¹||Io|lang=grc.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËaɪÉÊ/

Noun
en-noun

  1. A type of moth, the io moth.

Category:English two-letter words


Esperanto

Etymology
Esperanto term|i-|langeo (indeterminate :Category:Esperanto correlatives|correlative prefix) + term|-o|langeo (correlative suffix of objects)

Correlative
rfc-header|Correlative
infl|eo|correlative|plural|ioj|accusative singular|ion|accusative plural|iojn

  1. something (indeterminate correlative of objects)
Usage notes
Like other indeterminate correlatives, term|io can be combined with term|ajn, the adverbial particle of generality:

Category:Esperanto BRO1


Interlingua

Pronoun
infl|ia|pronoun|personal||first person

  1. I, the first person

#: Io te ama. - âI love you.â


Istro-Romanian

Etymology
L.|ruo term|ego|lang=la.

Pronoun
infl|ruo|pronoun|first-person singular||plural|noi

  1. I

Declension
{| style="background:#f0f0f0;width:24em;text-align:center;border:1px solid #c0c0c0"
|-
! colspan"2" style"background:#c0c0c0" | nominative
| io
|-
! rowspan"2" style"background:#c0c0c0" | accusative
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>stressed</small>
| mire
|-
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>unstressed</small>
| me (m')
|-
! rowspan"2" style"background:#c0c0c0" | dative
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>stressed</small>
| mi
|-
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>unstressed</small>
| âm
|-
! rowspan"4" style"background:#c0c0c0" | genitive
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>m|s</small>
| meu/mev
|-
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>f|s</small>
| me
|-
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>m|p</small>
| meľ
|-
! style="background:#c0c0c0" | <small>f|p</small>
| mele

|}


Italian

Etymology
L.|it term|ego||I, from proto|Indo-European|éǵoH|langit. Near cognates include French term|je|langfr, Portuguese term|eu|langpt, Romanian term|eu|langro, and Spanish term|yo|lang=es.

Pronoun
infl|it|pronoun|personal||first person||possessive|mio

  1. I, the first person

Inflection
{| cellpadding=5
! subject
| io
|-
! object
| me
|-
! prepositional
| mi
|}

See also
onym|it|meco|gloss=with me
onym|it|noi|gloss=we â plural


Latin

Etymology
Echoic; compare Greek term|scGrek|á¼°Ï|triá¹|lang=grc, or English term|yo.

Interjection
infl|la|interjection|head=Ä­Å!

  1. An exclamation of joy or pain, or for getting one's attention.

Old High German

Etymology
proto|Germanic|aiwaz|langgoh, whence also Old Norse term|ei|langnon

Adverb
infl|goh|adverb

  1. always

br:io
de:io
el:io
es:io
fr:io
ko:io
hy:io
io:io
it:io
hu:io
nl:io
ja:io
no:io
pl:io
ru:io
sd:io
fi:io
sv:io
tr:io
zh:io

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