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Etymology 1Modificar

Old English hleonian (to bend, to recline, to lie down, to rest).

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Infinitive
to Lean

Third person singular
leans

Simple past
leant or leaned

Past participle
[[leant or leaned]]

Present participle
leaning

to Lean (third-person singular simple present leans, present participle leaning, simple past and past participle leant or leaned)
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  1. To hang outwards.
  2. To press against.
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Old English hlæne.

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Lean (comparative leaner, superlative leanest)
  1. (of a person) slim; not fleshy.
  2. (of meat) having little fat.
  3. Having little extra or little to spare.
    a lean budget
  4. Of a fuel-air mixture, having more air than is necessary to burn all of the fuel; more air- or oxygen- rich than necessary for a stoichiometric reaction.
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Lean

  1. third-person Patrono:Conjugation tag p present subjunctive of ler.

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From Patrono:Sga[[Category:ga:Patrono:Sga derivations|Lean]] [[lenaid#Patrono:Sga|lenaid]] (stays, sticks (to), follows) < Proto-Celtic *linā- (stick) < Proto-Indo-European *(s)lei- (slimy); cf. Latin linō (anoint), Sanskrit लिनाति (lināti), sticks, stays).

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  • (Munster) IPA: [lʲan̪ˠ]
  • (Connacht, Ulster) IPA: [l̠ʲanˠ], [l̠ʲan̪ˠ]

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Lean

  1. to follow

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  • IPA: /ˈlæːɑn/

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From Germanic *launan, from a suffixed form of Indo-European *law- ‘catch’. Cognate with Old Frisian lān, Old Saxon lōn (Dutch loon), Old High German lōn (German Lohn), Old Norse laun (Swedish lön), Gothic 𐌻𐌰𐌿𐌽. The Indo-European root is also the source of Greek λεία (from *λαϝία), Latin lucrum, Old Church Slavonic ловъ (Russian лов), Old Irish lóg, Lithuanian lãvinti.

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lēan n. (plural same)

  1. reward
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From Germanic. Cognate with Old Saxon lahan, Old High German lahan, Old Norse , Gothic 𐌻𐌰𐌹𐌰𐌽.

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lēan (class VI strong: third-person singular preterite lōg, third-person plural preterite lōgon)

  1. (transitive) to blame, find fault with, reproach

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From Patrono:Sga[[Category:gd:Patrono:Sga derivations|Lean]] [[lenaid#Patrono:Sga|lenaid]] (stays, sticks (to), follows) < Proto-Celtic *linā- (stick) < Proto-Indo-European *(s)lei- (slimy); cf. Latin linō (anoint), Sanskrit लिनाति (lināti), sticks, stays).

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Lean (present participle leantainn or leantail)

  1. follow
  2. continue, proceed
    An lean an droch aimsir? - Will the bad weather continue?

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Lean (infinitive leer)

  1. second-person plural (ustedes) imperative form of leer.
  2. second-person plural (ustedes) present subjunctive form of leer.
  3. third-person plural (ellos, ellas, also used with ustedes?) present subjunctive form of leer.

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Lean c. [[Category:Patrono:Fy nouns|Lean]]

  1. wage, wages, salary
  2. reward

Example

  • "Frank Lloyd Wright hat de baan krigen en syn earste lean wie 25 dollar yn 'e wike." (For his first salary, Frank Lloyd Wright received 25 dollars per week.)

et:lean el:lean es:lean fa:lean fr:lean ko:lean io:lean it:lean kn:lean sw:lean hu:lean nl:lean pl:lean pt:lean ru:lean simple:lean fi:lean sv:lean ta:lean te:lean tr:lean uk:lean vi:lean zh:lean

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