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Translingual[]

Abbreviation[]

no

  1. The ISO 639 language code for Norwegian.

See also[]


English[]

Most common English words: would « been « will « #48: no » them » when » if

Pronunciation[]

Etymology 1[]

Middle English, from reduced form of none, noon (none, not any), used before consonants, from Old English nān (none, not any) from ne (not) + ān (one), cf Old Saxon nigēn (not any) (Dutch geen), Old High German nihein (German kein)

Determiner[]

No

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No (not any) bricks.

  1. Not any.
    no one
    There is no water left.
    No hot dogs were sold yesterday.
    No customer personal data will be retained unless it is rendered anonymous.
  2. Not any possibility or allowance of (doing something).
    No smoking
    There's no stopping her once she gets going.
  3. Not; not properly, not really; not fully.
    My mother's no fool.
    Working nine to five every day is no life.
Antonyms[]
  • any
  • some
Derived terms[]
See also[]
Translations[]
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Etymology 2[]

Middle English no, na from Old English ,  (never) from ne (not) + ā, ō (ever, always).

Adverb[]

No (not comparable)

  1. (largely obsolete except in Scotland) Not.
    I just want to find out whether she's coming or no.

Interjection[]

No

  1. Used to show disagreement or negation.
    No, you are mistaken.
    No, you may not watch television now.
  2. Used to show agreement with a negative question.
    "Don’t you like milk?" "'No" (i.e., "No, I don’t like milk.")
Synonyms[]
  • nay
Antonyms[]
Translations[]

Noun[]

Singular
No

Plural
noes

No (noes)

  1. A negating expression; an answer that shows disagreement or disapproval.
  2. A vote not in favor, or opposing a proposition.
    The workers voted on whether to strike, and there were thirty "yeses" and one "no".
Translations[]
Synonyms[]
  • nay
Antonyms[]

Anagrams[]

  • no,
  • on, ON

Asturian[]

Etymology[]

From a contraction of the preposition en (in) + neuter singular article lo (the).

Contraction[]

No n. (masculine nel, feminine na, masculine plural nos, feminine plural nes)

  1. in the

Catalan[]

Pronunciation[]

Interjection[]

no

  1. no (negation; commonly used to respond negatively to a question)

Czech[]

Etymology[]

Short for ano (yes).

Interjection[]

No

  1. well, why
    No ne!Well, I never!'

Adverb[]

No

  1. certainly, indeed, of course
  2. yeah, yep

Ewe[]

Pronunciation[]

  • [[w:Template:Ewe phonology|IPA]]: /no/
    • noun -
    • verb - no

Noun[]

No

  1. breast

Verb[]

No

  1. To drink.
  2. To suck.

Finnish[]

Interjection[]

No

  1. well! (as in: "No sepä mukavaa! Well, that’s nice.")

French[]

Abbreviation[]

no, , (numéro)

  1. Number.

Anagrams[]


Galician[]

Etymology 1[]

From contraction of preposition en (in) + masculine article o (the)

Contraction[]

No m. (feminine na, masculine plural nos, feminine plural nas)

  1. in the

Etymology 2[]

From a mutation of o.

Pronoun[]

No m. (accusative)

  1. Mutated form of o. (him)
Usage notes[]

The n- forms of accusative third-person pronouns are used when the preceding word ends in -u or a diphthong, and is suffixed to the preceding word

Related terms[]

Ido[]

Adverb[]

No

  1. no

Antonyms[]

  • yes

Interlingua[]

Adverb[]

No

  1. no
    No, ille non travalia hodie.No, he is not working today

Noun[]

Singular
No

Plural
s

No (s)

  1. no
    Illa time audir un no.She is afraid of hearing no.

Italian[]

Etymology[]

From Latin nōn.

Pronunciation[]

Adverb[]

No

  1. no
  2. not

See also[]

  • non

Antonyms[]

Related terms[]

  • uno sì e uno no
  • sì e no
  • nossignore

Japanese[]

Noun[]

No (hiragana )

  1. : possessive particle (postposition)
  2. : field, plain

Latin[]

Etymology[]

Cf. Ancient Greek νάω.

Verb[]

present active , present infinitive nāre, perfect active nāvi. (no passive)

  1. to swim
    Nat lupus inter oves.
    The wolf swims between the sheep.
    Nare contra aquam.
    To swim against the stream.
    Piger ad nandum.
    Slow at swimming.
    Ars nandi.
    The art of swimming.
  2. to float
    Carinae nant freto.
    Ships float in the sea.
  3. (poetic) to sail, flow, fly, etc.
    Per medium classi barbara navit Athon.
    The barbarian youth sailed its fleet through the middle of Athos.
    Undae nantes refulgent.
    The flowing waves glitter.
  4. (of the eyes of drunken persons) to swim
    Nant oculi.
    The eyes swim.
    • Lucr. iii. 479.
      Cum vini vis penetravit,
      Consequitur gravitas membrorum, præpediuntur
      Crura vacillanti, tardescit lingua, madet mens,
      Nant oculi, clamor, sigultis, jurgia gliscunt. --
      When once the force of wine hath inly pierst,
      Limbes-heavinesse is next, legs faine would goe,
      But reeling cannot, tongue drawles, mindes disperst,
      Eyes swime, ciries, hickups, brables grow.

Conjugation[]

Derived terms[]

  • nans, nantis (swimming, floating)
    Nantes scaphae.
    A floating skiff.
  • nans f., nantis (a swimmer)
    Greges nantium.
    Swimming fowl. (geese, ducks etc.)
  • nare sine cortice (literally; to swim without corks, meaning "to do without a guardian")
  • nare per aestatem liquidam (literally; To swim through cloudless summer meaning "to fly")

Lojban[]

Cmavo[]

no (rafsi non)

  1. zero

Norwegian Nynorsk[]

Noun[]

No n. (definite singular Noet; indefinite plural No; definite plural Noa [Noi])


  1. moment; point in time

Adverb[]

No

  1. now

Interjection[]

No

  1. Used when finding something out; when being irritated.

Old English[]

Etymology[]

From ne + ā.

Pronunciation[]

Adverb[]

  1. never, in no way, by no means

Polish[]

Pronunciation[]

Interjection[]

No

  1. (informal) yeah, yep

Portuguese[]

Contraction[]

No

  1. Contraction of em o (in the).
    • 2003, J. K. Rowling, Lya Wyler, Harry Potter e a Ordem da Fênix, Rocco, page 546:
      Está na hora de testarmos os nossos talentos no mundo real, você não acha?
      It's time to test our talents in the real world, don't you think?

Rohingya[]

Etymology[]

From Template:Bn[[Category:rhg:Template:Bn derivations|No]].

Cardinal number[]

no

  1. (cardinal) nine

Scottish Gaelic[]

Alternative forms[]

  • air neo
  • neo

Conjunction[]

No

  1. or
  2. nor

Shabo[]

Verb[]

No [[Category:Template:Sbf verbs|No]]

  1. go

Spanish[]

Etymology[]

From Latin nōn.

Pronunciation[]

Adverb[]

No

  1. no
  2. not

Abbreviation[]

№, No., no. (número)

  1. number

Tok Pisin[]

Adverb[]

No [[Category:Template:Tpi adverbs|No]]

  1. not

Vietnamese[]

Pronunciation[]

  • [[w:Template:Vi phonology|IPA]]: /nɔ/

Adverb[]

No [[Category:Template:Vi adverbs|No]]

  1. full (of the stomach)
    Đang no. — I’m full.
    No bụng. — My stomach’s full.

Usage notes[]

The usages in the examples given here are the only meaning of "full" that no represents in Vietnamese.


West Frisian[]

Adverb[]

No [[Category:Template:Fy adverbs|No]]

  1. now

No [[Category:Template:Fy interjections|No]]

  1. eh, isn't it, true (at end of declarative sentence, forms question to prompt listener's agreement)

ar:no ca:no cs:no da:no de:no et:no el:no es:no eo:no fa:no fo:no fr:no gl:no ko:no hy:no hr:no io:no it:no kk:no ku:no lo:no la:no lv:no lt:no li:no hu:no ml:no nl:no ja:no no:no pl:no pt:no ru:no scn:no simple:no sl:no fi:no sv:no ta:no te:no th:no tr:no uk:no vi:no vo:no wa:no zh:no

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