ArabicEdit

ConjunctionEdit

אן (ʾan)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of أَنْ(ʾan)‎‎
    • Genesis 1:3 in Saadia Gaon's Tafsir (circa 10th century)
      ושא אללה אן יכון נור פכאן נור׃‎‎
      wašāʾa llāhu ʾan yakūna nūrun fakāna nūrun.
      And God willed there to be light, and then there was light.

ConjunctionEdit

אן (ʾanna)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of أَنَّ(ʾanna)‎‎

ConjunctionEdit

אן (ʾin)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of إِنْ(ʾin, if)‎‎

ParticleEdit

אן (ʾinna)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of إِنَّ(ʾinna)‎‎
    • Exodus 10:1 in Saadia Gaon's Tafsir (circa 10th century)
      תׄם קאל אללה למוסי אדכׄל אלי פרעון פאני קד קוית קלבה וקלב קואדה לכי אחל אפאתי הדׄה בהם׃‎‎
      ṯumma qāla llāhu limūsā dḵul ʾilā firʿawna faʾinnī qad qawwaytu qalbahu waqalba quwwādihi likay ʾuḥilla ʾāfātī hāḏihi bahum.
      Then God said to Moses: Come to Pharaoh for [indeed] I have just strengthened his heart and the heart of his commanders so that I might set upon them these my plagues.

AramaicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *šim.

PronunciationEdit

ConjunctionEdit

אן (transliteration needed)

  1. if

HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Biblical Hebrew אָוֶן(āwen), from Egyptian jwnw (Heliopolis)

iwnnw
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Proper nounEdit

אֹן (on)

  1. Heliopolis

YiddishEdit

DeterminerEdit

אן (an)

  1. (nonstandard) Unpointed form of אַן(an).

PrepositionEdit

אן (on)

  1. (nonstandard) Unpointed form of אָן(on).