Arabic

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Conjunction

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אן (ʾan)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of أَنْ (ʔan)‎‎
    • c. 10th century, Saadia Gaon, Tafsir[1], Genesis 1:3:
      ושא אללה אן יכון נור פכאן נור׃
      wa-šāʔa llāhu ʔan yakūna nūrun fakāna nūrun.
      And God willed there to be light, and then there was light.

Conjunction

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אן (ʾanna)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of أَنَّ (ʔanna)‎‎

Conjunction

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אן (ʾin)

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

Particle

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אן (ʾinna)

  1. Judeo-Arabic spelling of إِنَّ (ʔinna)‎‎
    • c. 10th century, Saadia Gaon, Tafsir[2], Exodus 10:1:
      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.

Aramaic

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Etymology

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From Proto-Semitic *šim.

Pronunciation

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Conjunction

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אן (transliteration needed)

  1. if

Hebrew

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Etymology

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

iwnnw
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Proper noun

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אֹן (on)

  1. Heliopolis

Further reading

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Anagrams

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Mozarabic

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Etymology

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Inherited from Latin in. Compare Portuguese em, Spanish en.

Preposition

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אן (ʔn)

  1. in
    • c. 1100, Kharja H3, section 4:
      אן ואד אלחגארה
      ʔn wʔd ʔlḥgʔrh
      in Guadalajara

Yiddish

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Determiner

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אן (an)

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

Preposition

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אן (on)

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