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Translingual[]

Symbol[]

El

  1. The ISO 639-1 code for Greek.

See also[]

  • grc

English[]

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Pronunciation[]

Etymology 1[]

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Alternative spellings[]

  • L
  • ell

Noun[]

Singular
El

Plural
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Translations[]

See also[]

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Etymology 2[]

Abbreviation

Alternative spellings[]

Noun[]

Singular
El

Plural
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El ({{{1}}})

  1. (US) An elevated train, especially in Chicago.
Translations[]

Asturian[]

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Article[]

El m. sg. (feminine la, neuter lo, masculine plural los, feminine plural les)

  1. Template:Definite the

Usage notes[]

  • The article el contracts to l’ before a word beginning with a vowel or h: l'asturianu (the Asturian), l'hermanu (the brother)
  • The article el contracts to ’l after a word that ends in a vowel, if the following word begins with a consonant.

Derived terms[]


Breton[]

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Contraction[]

El [[Category:Template:Br contractions|El]]

  1. e (preposition “in”) + ul (indefinite article “a(n)”)
  2. e (preposition “in”) + al (definite article “the”)

Catalan[]

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Alternative spellings[]

  • es (salat) in Balearic dialects.
  • lo (colloquial) in North occidental dialects.

Article[]

el (plural: els; feminine: la, before vowel: l’)

  1. masculine singular definite article. the

See also[]

  • en, masculine singular definite article for given names.

Pronoun[]

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  1. Accusative masculine singular pronoun before verb.

Crimean Tatar[]

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Noun[]

el

  1. hand, forearm.
  2. ell.

Declension[]

References[]

  • Useinov & Mireev Dictionary, Simferopol, Dolya, 2002 [1]

Danish[]

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Etymology 1[]

From Old Norse elri (alder).

Pronunciation[]

  • IPA: /ɛl/, [ɛlˀ]

Noun[]

El c. (singular definite ellen, plural indefinite elle)

  1. alder
Inflection[]

Etymology 2[]

Introduced in the 1940’s after Swedish el, abbreviation of elektricitet (electricity).

Pronunciation[]

  • IPA: /ɛl/, [ɛl]

Noun[]

El c. (singular definite ellen, not used in plural form)

  1. electricity
Synonyms[]
  • strøm

Dutch[]

Pronunciation[]

Noun[]

el

  1. (archaic) yard (unit of measurement)

Derived terms[]

  • ellenlang

Esperanto[]

Pronunciation[]

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Preposition[]

El

  1. out (of)

Galician[]

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Etymology[]

From Latin ille (that).

Pronoun[]

Template:Gl-pron

  1. he (masculine singular third-person personal pronoun)

Related terms[]

  • ela
  • elas
  • eles

See also[]

  • Appendix:Galician pronouns
  • consigo
  • se
  • seu
  • si

Hungarian[]

Pronunciation[]

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Adverb[]

El

  1. off
    El a kezekkel!
    Hands off!
  2. away
    Anna elment? Nem ment el.
    Has Anna left? No, she has not.

See also[]

  • el-

Lingua Franca Nova[]

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Pronoun[]

el

  1. he, she, it, him, her
  2. his, its, hers

Occitan[]

Etymology[]

From Latin

Pronoun[]

El

  1. he (third-person singular subject pronoun)
  2. it (third-person singular subject pronoun)

Old English[]

Pronunciation[]

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Etymology[]

From Proto-Germanic *aljaz (other). Akin to Gothic aljis (other), Latin alius.

Noun[]

el m.

  1. other, the other (one)

Declension[]

Singular Plural
nominative el elle
accusative el elle
genitive elles elra
dative elle ellum

Old French[]

Alternative forms[]

  • enl (very rare)

Contraction[]

El

  1. contraction of en + le (in the)

Romanian[]

Pronunciation[]

Etymology[]

From Latin illum, illa

Pronoun[]

El m. (third-person singular)

  1. he

Declension[]

Nominative
el
Accusative
stressed unstressed
el îl
Genitive
lui
Singular Plural
m. & n. f. m. f. & n.
său sa săi sale
Dative
stressed unstressed
lui îi
Reflexive
Accusative Dative
stressed unstressed stressed unstressed
sine se sieşi îşi

Synonyms[]

  • dumnealui (polite form)

Spanish[]

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Etymology 1[]

From Latin ille.

Article[]

el (plural: los; feminine: la; plural feminine: las; neuter: lo)

  1. Masculine singular definite article; the.
Usage notes[]

The prepositions de and a contract with el, unless el is part of a proper noun.

El misionario se fue a El Salvador para predicar al Salvador.
Related terms[]

Etymology 2[]

From Template:Osp[[Category:es:Template:Osp derivations|El]] [[ela#Template:Osp|ela]], from Latin illa.

Article[]

el (plural: las) f.

  1. Feminine singular definite article used before nouns which start with a stressed /a/:
    el alma, pl. las almas
    el hacha, pl. las hachas

Swedish[]

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Noun[]

Declination for El Singular Uncountable
Common Indefinite Definite
Base form El elen
Possessive form Els elens

el c. (abbreviation of elektricitet)

  1. electricity

Derived terms[]

  • elverk
  • elavbrott
  • elstängsel

Turkish[]

Pronunciation[]

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Noun[]

El (definite accusative Eli, plural Eller)

  1. hand
  2. a foreign person

Declension[]

ar:el zh-min-nan:el ca:el cs:el de:el et:el el:el es:el fa:el fr:el fy:el gl:el ko:el hr:el io:el it:el ky:el ku:el lo:el la:el lb:el lt:el li:el hu:el nl:el ja:el no:el pl:el pt:el ro:el ru:el fi:el sv:el tr:el vi:el vo:el wa:el zh:el

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