See also: Pim, PIM, and pim-

Turkish edit

Etymology edit

From English pin.

Noun edit

pim (definite accusative pimi, plural pimler)

  1. peg

Declension edit

Nominative pim
Definite accusative pimi
Singular Plural
Nominative pim pimler
Definite accusative pimi pimleri
Dative pime pimlere
Locative pimde pimlerde
Ablative pimden pimlerden
Genitive pimin pimlerin
Possessive forms
Singular Plural
1st singular pimim pimlerim
2nd singular pimin pimlerin
3rd singular pimi pimleri
1st plural pimimiz pimlerimiz
2nd plural piminiz pimleriniz
3rd plural pimleri pimleri
Definite accusative
Singular Plural
1st singular pimimi pimlerimi
2nd singular pimini pimlerini
3rd singular pimini pimlerini
1st plural pimimizi pimlerimizi
2nd plural piminizi pimlerinizi
3rd plural pimlerini pimlerini
Singular Plural
1st singular pimime pimlerime
2nd singular pimine pimlerine
3rd singular pimine pimlerine
1st plural pimimize pimlerimize
2nd plural piminize pimlerinize
3rd plural pimlerine pimlerine
Singular Plural
1st singular pimimde pimlerimde
2nd singular piminde pimlerinde
3rd singular piminde pimlerinde
1st plural pimimizde pimlerimizde
2nd plural piminizde pimlerinizde
3rd plural pimlerinde pimlerinde
Singular Plural
1st singular pimimden pimlerimden
2nd singular piminden pimlerinden
3rd singular piminden pimlerinden
1st plural pimimizden pimlerimizden
2nd plural piminizden pimlerinizden
3rd plural pimlerinden pimlerinden
Singular Plural
1st singular pimimin pimlerimin
2nd singular piminin pimlerinin
3rd singular piminin pimlerinin
1st plural pimimizin pimlerimizin
2nd plural piminizin pimlerinizin
3rd plural pimlerinin pimlerinin
Predicative forms
Singular Plural
1st singular pimim pimlerim
2nd singular pimsin pimlersin
3rd singular pim
1st plural pimiz pimleriz
2nd plural pimsiniz pimlersiniz
3rd plural pimler pimlerdir

White Hmong edit

Etymology edit

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Particularly: “Considered native Hmongic by Ratliff, though no reconstructed proto-form is given.[1] Note similarities to Proto-Sino-Tibetan *b(j)at (vulva) (whence Chinese (, “vulva, vagina”)) as well as with Proto-Indo-European *písdeh₂ (id).”

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

pim (classifier: lub)

  1. (anatomy, sometimes offensive or explicit) the (external) female genitals, the female sex member, the vulva
    Synonym: paum
  2. the vagina

References edit

  • Jaisser, Annie, Ratliff, Martha, Riddle, Elizabeth, Strecker, David, Vang, Lopao, Vang, Lyfu (1995) Hmong For Beginners[1], Center for Southeast Asia Studies, UC Berkeley, page 282.
  • Heimbach, Ernest E. (1979) White Hmong — English Dictionary[2], SEAP Publications, →ISBN, page 229.