Contionary:a

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Avendonian

Pronunciation

(Avendonian) IPA: /a/

Etymology 1

From Latin ad.

Preposition

a

  1. to, toward
    Vi gamos a la stade.
    We go to the city.

Etymology 2

From Proto-Germanic *ahwō.

Noun

a

  1. river
    La a abe filo vatro.
    The river has a lot of water.

Bearlandic

Alternative forms

Etymology

Pronunciation

(Bearlandic) IPA: /aː/

Numeral

a

  1. one
    example usage of a here
    italicised translation here.


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Intralingua

Etymology

from Latin ad ("to")

Pronunciation

  • /a/

Preposition

  1. to, at
  2. to, for (indicating purpose)
    sala a attender
    waiting room

Derived terms

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Reneissan

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Latin ad

Pronunciation

(Reneissan) IPA: /a/

Preposition

a

  1. to, at

Derived terms

When followed by a definite article, a is combined with the article to give the following combined forms:

a + article combined form
a + il al
a + i ai
a + la alla
a + lai allai
a + l' all'
a + lais allais