Last modified on 22 April 2015, at 16:56

'e

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

A representation of the pronunciation of he by a speaker who does not use the voiceless glottal fricative or transition (IPA(key): [h]).

PronounEdit

'e

  1. Eye dialect spelling of he.

See alsoEdit


NeapolitanEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • le (obsolete)

PronunciationEdit

  • Rhymes: -e

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin de.

PrepositionEdit

’e

  1. of
  2. from (only with verb esse)

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin illae.

ArticleEdit

’e m pl and f pl

  1. the

PronounEdit

'e

  1. him (dative)
  2. her (dative)
  3. them (accusative)
Coordinate termsEdit
Number Person Nominative Accusative Dative Reflexive Possessive Prepositional
singular first-person io (i') me mìo, mìa, mieje, meje me, méne
second-person, familiar tu te tùjo, tòja, tùoje, tòje te, téne
second-person, formal vuje ve vuósto, vósta, vuóste, vóste vuje
third-person, masculine ìsso 'o, 'u (lo, lu) 'i, 'e (li, le) se sùjo, sòja, sùoje, sòje ìsso
third-person, feminine éssa 'a (la) 'e (le) éssa
plural first-person nuje ce nuósto, nòsta, nuóste, nòste nuje
second-person, plural vuje ve vuósto, vòsta, vuóste, vòste vuje
third-person, masculine ìsse 'i, 'e (li, le) llòro se llòro (invariable) llòro
third-person, feminine llòro 'e (le)

See alsoEdit


SamoanEdit

PronounEdit

'e

  1. Alternative form of ‘e

West FrisianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Contraction of de.

ArticleEdit

’e c

  1. the definite article (common gender)

Usage notesEdit

’e is never used at the beginning of a sentence. When it is used, it is only after a one-syllable preposition that ends in a consonant, such as oan, yn, or fan.