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NounEdit

tridi f pl

  1. Plural form of tred.

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EtymologyEdit

From tri- (tri-, three) +‎ di (day), taken from the ordinary weekday names: lundi (Monday), mardi (Tuesday), mercredi (Wednesday), jeudi (Thursday), vendredi (Friday), samedi (Saturday).

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NounEdit

tridi m (plural tridis)

  1. (historical) The third day of the decade (ten-day week) in the French Republican Calendar.

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WestrobothnianEdit

Westrobothnian ordinal numbers
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    Cardinal : tri
    Ordinal : tridi

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse þriði, from Proto-Germanic *þridjô.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [thrìːð̞ɪ], [thrɪ̀ːð̞ɪ], [thrèːð̞ɪ], [thrɪrɪ]
    Rhymes: -ìːð̞ɪ

AdjectiveEdit

tridi (as a pronoun, (with -dj- or -j-): masculine tridjenn, dative tridjom, feminine tridja, dative tridjenn, neuter tridje, dative tridjen, plural tridjen, dative tridjom)

  1. third

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  • tri (cardinal number)