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ér

HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

ér

Controversial origin

NounEdit

ér (plural erek)

  1. rill

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Uralic *särä (vein, root).

NounEdit

ér (plural erek)

  1. (anatomy) blood vessel, vein
  2. (botany) vein (a thickened portion of the leaf containing the vascular bundle)
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Etymology 3Edit

Origin uncertain; perhaps from a Turkic language, compare Uyghuric är-, Chagatay ir-, Turkish er- ("reach") verb forms.

VerbEdit

ér

  1. reach
    • 1863, János Arany, Buda halála,[1] canto 6:
      Értek vala éjszakára / Kur vizének a partjára; / Folyóvíznek partja mellett / Paripájok jól legelhet.
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Etymology 4Edit

From ér ("reach").

VerbEdit

ér

  1. be worth
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MandarinEdit

RomanizationEdit

ér (Zhuyin ㄦˊ)

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