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BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *sę.

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

се (se)

  1. (reflexive, clitic) the accusative short form of the reflexive pronoun себе си, part of reflexive verbs, denoting that the subject is simultaneously the direct object; corresponds to myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
    Обичам се. - I love myself.
    Обича се. - He/She/It loves himself/herself/itself.
  2. (reciprocal, clitic) accusative reciprocal pronoun, denoting that the agents perform the mutual actions among themselves; corresponds to each other, one another
    Мария и Петър се обичат. - Maria and Petar love each other.
  3. (reflexive, clitic) reflexive pronoun, part of autocausative verbs, denoting that the referent represented by the subject combines the activity of actor and undergoes a change of state like a patient
    Петър се обиди. - Petаr became/was offended.
  4. (reflexive, clitic) reflexive pronoun, part of anticausative verbs, denoting that the subject of the verb undergoes an action or change of state whose agent is unclear or nonexistent
    Вратата се отвори. - The door (was, got) opened.
  5. (reflexive, clitic) used for passive constructions with transitive verbs and undetermined agent
    От моята къща се вижда морето. - From my house the sea is seen/one can see the see.
    Говори се, че... - It is said that...
  6. (reflexive, clitic) used for passive constructions with transitive verbs and determined agent
    Писмото се пише от мен. - The letter is being written by me.
    Къщата се проектира от известен архитект. - The house was designed by a famous architect.
  7. (reflexive, clitic) inherent part of an unergative reflexive or reciprocal verb with no meaning of its own, and an obligatory part of the verb's lexical entry
    Гордея се с работата на Сиву в училище. - I am proud of Sivu's schoolwork.
    Тя се надява да спечели златния медал. - She is hoping to win the gold medal.

SynonymsEdit


MacedonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *sę.

PronounEdit

се (se)

  1. Short reflexive direct object pronoun.
  1. (reflexive, clitic) the accusative short form of the reflexive pronoun себе си, part of reflexive verbs, denoting that the subject is simultaneously the direct object; corresponds to myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
    се сакам. - I love/like myself.
    се сака. - He/She/It [loves/likes] himself/herself/itself.
  2. (reciprocal, clitic) accusative reciprocal pronoun, denoting that the agents perform the mutual actions among themselves; corresponds to each other, one another
    Марија и Петар се сакаат. - Maria and Petar [love/like] each other.
  3. (reflexive, clitic) reflexive pronoun, part of autocausative verbs, denoting that the referent represented by the subject combines the activity of actor and undergoes a change of state like a patient
    Петар се навреди. - Peter became/was offended.
  4. (reflexive, clitic) reflexive pronoun, part of anticausative verbs, denoting that the subject of the verb undergoes an action or change of state whose agent is unclear or nonexistent
    Вратата се отвори. - The door (was, got) opened.
  5. (reflexive, clitic) used for passive constructions with transitive verbs and undetermined agent
    Од мојата куќа се гледа морето. - From my house the sea is seen/one can see the see.
    се вели, дека... - It is said that...
  6. (reflexive, clitic) used for passive constructions with transitive verbs and determined agent
    Писмото се пишува од мене. - The letter is being written by me.
    Куќата се проектира од познат архитект. - The house was designed by a famous architect.
  7. (reflexive, clitic) inherent part of an unergative reflexive or reciprocal verb with no meaning of its own, and an obligatory part of the verb's lexical entry
    Јас се гордам со пишењето на Иво во училиштето. - I am proud of Sivu's schoolwork.
    Таа се надева да победи златен медал. - She is hoping to win the gold medal.

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

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PronounEdit

се (sjo)

  1. Alternative spelling of сё (sjo)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Slavic *sę.

PronounEdit

се (Latin spelling se)

  1. oneself (clitic form of reflexive pronoun)
    1. myself
    2. yourself
    3. himself
    4. herself
    5. itself
    6. ourselves
    7. yourselves
    8. themselves
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Slavic *sь.

ParticleEdit

се (Latin spelling se)

  1. (obsolete) this is; here is
    • 1404, anonymous, Kočerin tablet:
      се лежи вигань милошевиꙉь
      Here lies Viganj Milošević.

TajikEdit

Tajik cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : се (se)
    Ordinal : сеюм (seyum)

EtymologyEdit

Related to Persian سه (se).

NumeralEdit

се (se)

  1. three