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Old English līste. Cognate with Dutch lijst, German Leiste, Icelandic lista/listi.

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List

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Lists

List (plural Lists)
  1. A strip of fabric, especially from the edge of a piece of cloth.
  2. Material used for cloth selvage.
    • 1893, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Naval Treaty, Norton 2005, page 681:
      The charwomen are in the habit of taking off their boots at the commissionaire's office, and putting on list slippers.</span>
  3. (in plural) The palisades or barriers used to fence off a space for tilting or jousting tournaments.
    • 1819, Walter Scott, Ivanhoe:
      William de Wyvil, and Stephen de Martival, [...] armed at all points, rode up and down the lists to enforce and preserve good order among the spectators.</span>
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From Middle English liste (roll of names, contestants in the lists) (from lists (place of combat at the boundary of fields) from Middle English listes, plural of liste (list)) from Old English līste (list, fringe, border)

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List

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Lists

List (plural Lists)
  1. A register or roll of paper consisting of an enumeration or compilation of a set of possible items.
  2. (computing) A codified representation of a list, used to store data or in processing.
  3. Patrono:Programming A data structure that is fundamental to the LISP language. A list is defined recursively: it may be nil or it may consist of a header (the first element) and a tail (the remainder; the tail may be nil). Both header and tail are lists.
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to List

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Lists

Simple past
Listed

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Listed

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Listing

to List (third-person singular simple present Lists, present participle Listing, simple past and past participle Listed)
  1. To create or recite a list.
  2. To place in listings.
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From listen

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to List

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lists

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list

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list

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listing

to List (third-person singular simple present lists, present participle listing, simple past and past participle list)
  1. To listen
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Possibly from tilting on lists in jousts.[1]

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List

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Lists

List (plural Lists)
  1. Patrono:Nautical a tilting or careening manoeuvre, which causes the ship to roll. Usually used to describe tilting not under a ship's own power.
  2. (architecture) a tilt to a building.
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to List

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Lists

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Listed

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Listed

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Listing

to List (third-person singular simple present Lists, present participle Listing, simple past and past participle Listed)
  1. Patrono:Nautical to carry out such a manoeuvre
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Old English lystan, from Proto-Germanic *lustjan, from *lustus (pleasure). Akin to Old Norse lysta (whence cognate with Danish and Norwegian lyste), Old High German lusten (German gelüsten and obsolete lüsten).

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to List

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Lists

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Listed

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Listed

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Listing

to List (third-person singular simple present Lists, present participle Listing, simple past and past participle Listed)
  1. (archaic, transitive) To be pleasing to.
  2. (archaic) To wish, like, desire (to do something).
    • 1843, Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present, book 3, ch. VIII, Unworking Aristocracy
      Ye are as gods, that can create soil. Soil-creating gods there is no withstanding. They have the might to sell wheat at what price they list; and the right, to all lengths, and famine-lengths, — if they be pitiless infernal gods!
    • 2007, John Burrow, A History of Histories, Penguin 2009, p. 413:
      The spirit seemed to blow where it listed among a historically motley collection of Catholic theologians, Puritan zealots and American squires.
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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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List m.

  1. leaf
  2. letter (written message)
  3. sheet (of paper)
  4. newspaper
    Polský list Dziennik Gazeta Prawna nejdříve napsal, že polská hlava státu podepíše dokument ve středu. (iDNES)

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List f. and m. (plural Listen, diminutive Listje, diminutive plural Listjes)

  1. a cunning plan

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list f.

  1. art

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  1. art

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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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List m. [[Category:Patrono:Dsb nouns|List]]

  1. letter (a written message)

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From Proto-Germanic *listiz. Cognate with Old Saxon list (Dutch list), Old High German list (German List), Old Norse list (Swedish list).

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list f.

  1. art; cunning, guile, craft

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nominative list liste
accusative liste liste
genitive liste lista
dative liste listum

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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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List m.

  1. letter (a written message)

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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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lȋst m. (Cyrillic spelling ли̑ст)

  1. leaf
  2. (computing) leaf
  3. sole (fish)
  4. letter (written message)
  5. sheet of paper
  6. calf (leg part)
  7. a special purpose certificate, e.g. of birth, ownership etc.

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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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List m. [[Category:Patrono:Sk nouns|List]]

  1. letter; a written message
  2. leaf; a part of a tree
  3. sheet; a piece of paper

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From Proto-Slavic *listъ (leaf).

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List m. (plural listi)

  1. piece of paper
  2. leaf
  3. sole
  4. (anatomy) calf (leg part)

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