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PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

он (on) (??? please indicate transitivity!)

  1. to hit someone or something physically and directly (not by throwing for example)
    кӏалэр дэпкъым ео — the boy is hitting the wall. (transitive)
    усэоныу уфая? — do you want me to hit you? (transitive)
    Кӏалэм уемэуDon't hit the boy. (transitive)
    А кӏалэхэр къуотых — Those boys will hit you. (transitive)
    Кӏалэр мао — The boy is hitting. (intransitive)
  2. to eat with gusto
    нэкӏо пицэ ткъеот — let's eat a pizza! (with gusto) (transitive)
    пицэ укъеота?are you going to eat a pizza? (with gusto) (transitive)
    кӏалэр пицэ ео — The boy is eating a pizza (with gusto) (transitive)
  3. to play music
    кIалэр гитарым къео — the boy is playing the guitar (transitive)
    пяноуым шъукъеуа? — do you (plural) play the piano? (transitive)
    пшынэм еуPlay the accordion. (transitive)
  4. to shake (milk)
  5. to shoot (кӏэрахъомкӏэ еон)
    кӏалэр кӏэрахъомкӏэ ео тгъужъым — the boy is shooting the wolf with the gun. (transitive)
  6. to spend money thriftily
  7. to sting
  8. to weed
  9. to smoke
    лӏэр хьащищ ео — The man is smoking Hashish. (transitive)
  10. (mathematics) to multiply
    щым плӏыкӏэ уеомэ пшӏыкӏутӏу къычӏэкьижьытIf you multiply three times four it will make twelve. (transitive)

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Transitive:

Intransitive:

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AzeriEdit

Other scripts
Cyrillic он
Roman on
Perso-Arabic

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *ōn (ten). Cognate with Old Turkic [script needed] (on, ten).

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

он

  1. (cardinal) ten

BashkirEdit

 
Он.

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic un, from Proto-Turkic *ūn (flour).

Cognate with Turkish un (flour).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ʊ̞n]
  • Hyphenation: он (one syllable)

NounEdit

он (on)

  1. flour
    Арыш оно.
    Arïš ono.
    Rye flour.
    Табаҡҡа биш йомортҡа һытығыҙ, ондо ҡушып болғағыҙ.
    Tabaqqa biš yomortqa hïtïğïð, ondo qušïp bolğağïð.
    Crack five eggs into the bowl, add flour and stir.

DeclensionEdit


Karachay-BalkarEdit

NumeralEdit

он (on)

  1. ten

KazakhEdit

Kazakh cardinal numbers
 <  9 10 11  > 
    Cardinal : он (on)
    Ordinal : оныншы (onınşı)

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic 𐰆𐰣 (on, ten), from Proto-Turkic *ōn (ten). Cognates include Turkish on.

NumeralEdit

он (on)

  1. ten
    он күнon künten days

KhakasEdit

NumeralEdit

он (on)

  1. ten

Komi-PermyakEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Finno-Ugric *adema.

NounEdit

он (on)

  1. dream

MongolianEdit

NounEdit

он (on)

  1. year

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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic онъ (onŭ), from Proto-Slavic *onъ.

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

он (on) (feminine она́, neuter оно́)

  1. third-person masculine singular pronoun: he, it.

Usage notesEdit

  • Whenever a preposition stands immediately before any of the oblique cases of the third-person pronoun (singular or plural) and directly governs it, then an н- must be prefixed to the pronoun: от него́ (ot nevó) (from him), на нём (na njom) (on him), у него́ (u nevó) (he has), к нему́ (k nemú) (to him), с ним (s nim) (with him).
  • The explanation for the н-prothesis is that, originally, some Russian prepositions ended in the letter -н: сън (sŭn, “with”...cf. Greek σύν (σύν), Latin cum). Eventually, the final н of these prepositions migrated across to the pronoun, so that сън им became modern с ним (s nim), and then this was extended to include all prepositions when governing any third-person pronoun.
  • Note that if the preposition does not directly govern его́ (jevó) (i.e., when его is a possessive pronoun), then н- is not prefixed: у его́ бра́та (u jevó bráta) (at his brother’s), о его́ ма́тери (o jevó máteri) (about his mother), в его́ ко́мнате (v jevó kómnate) (in his room).
  • When there is another word separating a preposition and any oblique case of он, the н- is not added: у самого́ его́ (u samovó jevó) (with him himself).

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RusynEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic онъ (onŭ), from Proto-Slavic *onъ.

PronounEdit

он (on) (feminine вна́, neuter вно́)

  1. he.

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

о̑н (Latin spelling ȏn)

  1. he

DeclensionEdit


TajikEdit

PronunciationEdit

DeterminerEdit

Dari آن
Iranian Persian آن
Tajik он (on)

он (on)

  1. that

PronounEdit

Dari آن
Iranian Persian آن
Tajik он (on)

он (on)

  1. that
  2. it
  3. she
  4. he