Afrikaans

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Afrikaans numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: tien
    Ordinal: tiende
    Ordinal abbreviation: 10de

Etymology

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From Dutch tien, from Middle Dutch tien, from Old Dutch tēn, *tien, from Proto-Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Indo-European *déḱm̥.

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tien

  1. ten

Asturian

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Verb

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tien

  1. third-person singular present indicative of tener

Dutch

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Etymology

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From Middle Dutch tien, from Old Dutch tēn, *tien, from Proto-West Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Indo-European *déḱm̥.

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Dutch numbers (edit)
100
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    Cardinal: tien
    Ordinal: tiende

tien

  1. ten

Derived terms

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Descendants

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  • Afrikaans: tien
  • Berbice Creole Dutch: tin
  • Jersey Dutch: tîn
  • Negerhollands: tien, tin
  • Aukan: tin

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Dutch Low Saxon

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Etymology

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From Middle Low German tein, tēn, tīn, tīen, from Old Saxon tehan, from Proto-West Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Indo-European *déḱm̥.

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tien

  1. ten (10)

Esperanto

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Etymology

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From tie +‎ -n.

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Adverb

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tien

  1. thither, to there, (demonstrative correlative of direction)

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As with other demonstrative correlatives in Esperanto, tien can be combined with ĉi, the adverbial particle of proximity, or with for, the adverbial particle of distance. Ĉi tien thus means hither and for tien means thither [in the distance].

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Finnish

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Noun

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tien

  1. genitive singular of tie

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French

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Etymology

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From the neuter Latin tuum.

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Adjective

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tien (feminine tienne, masculine plural tiens, feminine plural tiennes)

  1. (archaic) your; belonging to you (singular)

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German Low German

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Etymology

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From Middle Low German tein, tēn, tīn, tīen, from Old Saxon tehan.

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tien

  1. ten (10)

Middle Dutch

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Etymology 1

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From Old Dutch tēn, *tien, from Proto-West Germanic *tehun.

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tien

  1. ten
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Etymology 2

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From Old Dutch tian, from Proto-West Germanic *teuhan.

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Verb

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tien

  1. to pull, draw
  2. to go
  3. to raise or nurture
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  • Dutch: tijgen (with -g- from the past stem; -ij- may be from conflation with the verb below)

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From Old Dutch *tīan, from Proto-West Germanic *tīhan.

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Verb

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tiën

  1. to accuse, blame
  2. to prosecute
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  • Dutch: aantijgen (with -g- from the past stem)

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Old English

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Old English numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: tīen
    Ordinal: tēoþa
    Age: tīenwintre
    Multiplier: tīenfeald

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Etymology

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From Proto-West Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Germanic *tehun, from Proto-Indo-European *déḱm̥.

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tīen (West Saxon)

  1. ten

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Old French

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Etymology

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Latin teum.

Adjective

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tien

  1. (stressed) yours; your

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  • chiefly used after an article (un, le, etc.) and before a noun. The noun may be omitted if clear from the context
    un tien fils
    your son
    enveierai le tien
    I will send yours

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Zealandic

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Etymology

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From Middle Dutch tien, from Old Dutch tēn, *tien, from Proto-West Germanic *tehun.

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tien

  1. ten