Complete Definition of "three"

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English

rank|took|nothing|God|164|three|put|once|new

Pronunciation
IPA|/θɹiË/, SAMPA|/Tri:/
audio|en-us-three.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-iË|-iË

Etymology
Via Middle English from Old English þrī

Cardinal number
three

w:Arabic numerals|Arabic numerals: 3
w:Chinese numerals|Chinese numerals: å, ä¸
w:Roman numerals|Roman numerals: III

  1. w:Eastern Arabic numerals|Eastern Arabic numerals: ARchar|Ù£
  2. w:Eastern Arabic numerals|Persian numerals: FAchar|Û³
  3. w:Indian numerals|Tibetan numerals: ༣
  4. w:Indian numerals|Hindi numerals: ३
  5. w:Indian numerals|Gujarati numerals: à«©
  6. w:Indian numerals|Gurmukhi numerals: à©©
  7. w:Indian numerals|Bengali numerals: ৩
  8. w:Indian numerals|Oriya numerals: à­©
  9. w:Indian numerals|Telugu numerals: ౩
  10. w:Indian numerals|Kannada numerals: ೩
  11. w:Indian numerals|Malayalam numerals: ൩
  12. w:Indian numerals|Tamil numerals: ௩
  13. w:Khmer script|Khmer numerals: á£
  14. w:Thai numerals|Thai numerals: à¹
  15. w:Lao alphabet|Lao numerals: à»
  16. w:Burmese alphabet|Myanmar numerals: á
  17. w:Amharic language|Amharic numerals: á«
  18. w:Mongolian alphabet|Mongolian numerals: á 
  19. w:Limbu language|Limbu numerals: á¥
  • Last: two, 2
  • Next: four, 4
  1. One plus two. This many: â¢â¢â¢. The typical number of parts in most monocot flowers. Ordinal: third.
Translations
trans-top|one plus two
Albanian: tre m, tri f
American Sign Language: Image:LSQ 3.jpg|25px
Apache (Western): táági
Arabic: ARchar|Ø«Ùاثة (θaláËθa)
Aramaic:
Armenian: Õ¥ÖÕ¥Ö (yerek)
Aymara: kimsa
Basque: hiru
Belarusian: ÑÑÑ (try)
Bosnian: tri#Bosnian|tri
Breton: tri m, teir f
Bulgarian: ÑÑи (tri)
Catalan: tres
Cherokee: á¦á¢ (tsoi)
Cornish: tri m, teyr f
Chinese:
Crimean Tatar: üç#Crimean Tatar|üç
Croatian: tri
Czech: tÅi
Danish: tre
Dutch: drie
Erzya: колмо (kolmo)
Esperanto: tri
Estonian: kolm
Fijian: tolu (:fj:tolu|^)
Finnish: kolme (:fi:kolme|^)
French: trois
Frisian: trije
Ga: unicode|etÉÌ, etÉ
Garífuna: ürüwa
German: drei
Georgian: á¡ááá (sami)
Gilbertese: tenua
Greek: ÏÏÎµÎ¯Ï (treís), ÏÏία (tría)
Guaraní: mbohapy
Hebrew: ש××ש|שָ×××Ö¹×©× (shalosh) f (used in counting), ש××ש×|שְ×××ֹשָ×× (shlosha) m
Hindi: तà¥à¤¨ (tÄ«n)
Hungarian: három
Icelandic: þrír m, þrjár f, þrjú n
Indonesian: tiga
Ido: tri
Ilocano: tallo
Interlingua: tres
Irish: trí
Italian: tre
Japanese: ä¸ (ãã, san; ã¿, mi), ä¸ã¤ (ã¿ã£ã¤, mittsú)
Jèrriais: trais
Kalaallisut: pingasut
Karelian: kolme
Khmer: KMchar|áḠ(bei)
Komi: кÑйм (kujm)
trans-mid
Korean: ì (set)/ì¸ (se)/ì (seok); ì¼ (ä¸, sam)
Kurdish: KUchar|Ø³Û (sê)
Latin: tres#Latin|trÄs m|f; tres#Latin|tria n
Latvian: trīs
Livonian: kuolm
Lojban: ci
Malagasy: telo
Maltese: tlieta
Manchu: ilan
Manx: #Manx|three (also spelled tree)
Maori: toru
Marathi: तà¥à¤¨ (tÄ«n)
Mari: кÑмÑÑ (kumyt)
Maricopa: xmokk
Marshallese: jilu
Nahuatl: yei
Norwegian: tre
Novial: tri
O'odham: vaik
Occitan: tres
Old English: þrie, þreo
Persian: FAchar|سÙ|سÙÙ (se)
Polish: trzy
Portuguese: três
Quechua: kinsa
Rapanui: ka toru
Rohingya: tin
Romanian: trei
Romany: trin
Russian: ÑÑи#Russian|ÑÑи (tri)
Saami: golbma
Sanskrit: तà¥à¤°à¤¿ (tri), तà¥à¤°à¤¯à¤ (traya)
Serbian:

Sindhi: SDchar|Ù½Ù (ti)
Sinhala: තà·à¶± (thuna)
Slovak: tri#Slovak|tri, traja#Slovak|traja
Slovene: tri, trije
Spanish: tres#Spanish|tres
Swedish: tre (:sv:tre|^)
Tagalog: tatlo
Tatar: #Tatar|, ̦̤#Tatar|̦̤
Telugu: à°®à±à°¡à± (muuddu)
Thai: THchar|สาม (sÄam)
Tok Pisin: tripela
Tupinambá: mosapyr
Turkish: üç
Tzutujil: oxi
Ukrainian: ÑÑи#Ukrainian|ÑÑи (try), ÑÑÐ¾Ñ (tróje) collective, ÑÑÑйко (tríjko) colloquial, ÑÑÑÑÑко (tríjeÄko) colloquial diminutive
Veps: koume
Vietnamese: ba#Vietnamese|ba
Võro: kolm
Votic: kõlmõd / кÑлмÑд
Walloon: troes
Welsh: tri m, tair f
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Noun
en-noun

  1. The digit/figure 3.

Translations
trans-top|digit/figure 3
Danish: t-|da|tre
Finnish: kolmonen
French: trois m
German: Drei f
Hebrew: ש××ש (shalósh) f
Japanese: san
Polish: trójka f
Portuguese: três m
Romanian: trei m
trans-mid
Russian: ÑÑойка (trójka) f
Slovak: trojka#Slovak|trojka f
Sindhi: SDchar|Ù½Ù
Slovene: trojka f
Spanish: número tres m
Swedish: trea
Tok Pisin: tri
Ukrainian: ÑÑÑйка (tríjka) f
Vietnamese: sá» ba
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Derived terms
threesome
three-up

Category:Cardinal numbers


Manx

Cardinal number
three

  1. three

Category:200 English basic words
Category:Card games
Category:gv:Cardinal numbers

ca:three
de:three
et:three
el:three
es:three
fa:three
fr:three
fy:three
gl:three
ko:three
hy:three
io:three
it:three
kl:three
kk:three
ku:three
la:three
hu:three
nl:three
ja:three
pl:three
pt:three
ro:three
ru:three
simple:three
sd:three
fi:three
sv:three
ta:three
te:three
vi:three
tr:three
uk:three
zh:three

Revision and Credits for"three"
  • 2007-12-15 16:37 - AutoFormat - -{{top|digit/figure 3}} +{{trans-top|digit/figure 3}}, trans link [[Crimean Tatar]], trans link [[Tatar]]

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