See also: DAE, -dae, , and

AfrikaansEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

dae

  1. plural of dag

Bikol CentralEdit

ParticleEdit

dae

  1. Misspelling of dai.

Iu MienEdit

NounEdit

dae 

  1. father, dad

LimburgishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Dutch die (that one), from Old Dutch thie (that one), from Proto-Germanic *sa.

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

dae

  1. (personal) he

InflectionEdit

Impolite Polite
Singular Dual Plural Singular Dual Plural
nominative dae, d'r, t'r, 'r dee die hae die die
genitive daer dier dier dem zien dier dier
locative daes dies dies dems dies dies
vocative
dative 'm die die dem die die
accusative¹ 'n die dien den dien dien
  • Accusative is nowadays obsolete, use dative instead.

PijinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English die

VerbEdit

dae

  1. To die

ScotsEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English don

VerbEdit

dae (third-person singular present dis, present participle daein, past did, past participle din)

  1. to do
    • 2018, Chris McQueer, HWFG, 404Ink 2018, p. 2:
      The world disnae know how tae handle wummin like me so until cunts figure that oot, ah'll joost keep dain, an gettin, witever the fuck ah want.
    Whit ye daein?What are you doing? (Central Scots)
    What ee daein?What are you doing? (South Scots)

Derived termsEdit

  • dae guid (to do good; to do well, thrive)

VerbEdit

dae (third-person singular present dis, past did)

  1. (South Scots, Doric) indicates an affirmation of something
    A div sei what ee'r on aboot! (South Scots)
    I do see what you're talking about.

Usage notesEdit

The second form of this verb also occurs in the North East of England. The first form of the verb is A dae in the first person singular whereas the second is A div.


TamamboEdit

NounEdit

dae

  1. blood

Further readingEdit

  • Complex Predicates in Oceanic Languages →ISBN, Isabelle Bril, Françoise Ozanne-Rivierre, 2004), citing Jauncey (1997), with the example dae-na [blood-P:3S] "his blood"
  • The Oceanic Languages →ISBN, Terry Crowley, John Lynch, Malcolm Ross, 2013)