See also: Hemm

LuxembourgishEdit

VerbEdit

hemm

  1. second-person singular imperative of hemmen

MalteseEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Related to Tunisian Arabic فمة(famma, there is) and Moroccan Arabic تمة(temma, there).

AdverbEdit

hemm

  1. there
    Il-ktieb hemm.
    The book is there.
    hemm isfel
    down there
  2. there is, there are
    Hemm ħafna djar kbar fuq din it-triq.
    There are many large houses on this street.
    M'hemmx kotba hawn.
    There are no books here.

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic هَمّ(hamm).

NounEdit

hemm m

  1. sorrow, sadness, grief
    Synonym: niket