See also: Email, e-mail, E-Mail, and émail

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Etymology 1Edit

Abbreviation of electronic mail

 
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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

email (countable and uncountable, plural emails)

  1. (uncountable) A system for transferring messages from one computer to another, usually via a network.
    He sent me his details via email.
    The advent of email has simultaneously brought our society closer together and farther apart.
  2. (countable) A message sent via an email system.
    He sent me an email last week to that effect.
    I am searching through my old emails.
  3. (uncountable) A quantity of email messages.
    I am searching through my old email.
    My inbox used to allow only 50 MB of email at a time until last year, when they upgraded it to 2 GBs!
  4. (informal) An email address.
    What's your email?
    Don't send personal messages to my work email.

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VerbEdit

email (third-person singular simple present emails, present participle emailing, simple past and past participle emailed)

  1. (transitive) To send an email or emails to.
    She emailed me last week, asking about the status of the project.
  2. (intransitive) To send, or compose and send, an email or emails.
    Most teenagers spend twenty-six hours a day emailing and surfing the Web.
  3. (transitive, may take two objects) To send via email.
    I'll email you the link.
    He emailed the file out to everyone.
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Etymology 2Edit

French émail (enamel)

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NounEdit

email (plural emails)

  1. (obsolete, circa 13th century) a raised or embossed image pressed into metal, such as a seal pressed into a foil and attached to a document
  2. A type of dark ink

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CzechEdit

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NounEdit

email m

  1. enamel
  2. (informal) email (electronic communication)

Usage notesEdit

Some institutions discourage this spelling of electronic communication in favor of e-mail.


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email n (uncountable)

  1. enamel
  2. (heraldry) tincture

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FrenchEdit

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email m (plural emails)

  1. (informal) email

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HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French émail, from Old French esmal, from Frankish *smalt.[1]

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈɛmɒʲil], [ˈɛmaːj], [ˈɛmaːjl]
  • Hyphenation: email

NounEdit

email (plural emailok)

  1. enamel, glaze (an opaque, glassy coating baked onto metal or ceramic objects)
    Synonyms: zománc
  2. enamel (the hard covering on the exposed part of a tooth)
    Synonyms: fogzománc

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative email emailok
accusative emailt emailokat
dative emailnak emailoknak
instrumental emaillal emailokkal
causal-final emailért emailokért
translative emaillá emailokká
terminative emailig emailokig
essive-formal emailként emailokként
essive-modal
inessive emailban emailokban
superessive emailon emailokon
adessive emailnál emailoknál
illative emailba emailokba
sublative emailra emailokra
allative emailhoz emailokhoz
elative emailból emailokból
delative emailról emailokról
ablative emailtól emailoktól
Possessive forms of email
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. emailom emailjaim
2nd person sing. emailod emailjaid
3rd person sing. emailja emailjai
1st person plural emailunk emailjaink
2nd person plural emailotok emailjaitok
3rd person plural emailjuk emailjaik

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ReferencesEdit

  • Krisztina Laczkó - Attila Mártonfi: Helyesírás, Osiris Kiadó, Budapest, 2006, ISBN 963-389-541-3

ItalianEdit

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email f (invariable) (Also: e-mail)

  1. email

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English

NounEdit

email m (plural emails)

  1. email
  2. email address