AsturianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin vīvus.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

vivu m sg (feminine singular viva, neuter singular vivo, masculine plural vivos, feminine plural vives)

  1. alive (having life; not dead)
    • 1993, Ramón d’Andrés Díaz, Allugamientu de los pronomes átonos col verbu n'asturianu, University of Oviedo, page 45:
      Que lu maten o lu dexen vivu num m’importa.
      It doesn’t matter to me whether they kill him or leave him alive.
  2. living (still in existence)
    • 1991, Xosé Antón G. Riaño, Didáutica de la llingua asturiana,, page 114:
      Según la so opinión, ¿ye l’asturianu una llingua viva nel conceyu?.
      According to your opinion, is Asturian a living language in the municipality?
  3. lively; vivacious
    • 1996, James Fernández McClintock, Campos léxicos y vida cultural n’Asturies, Academia de la Llingua Asturiana, page 123:
      Asina afalaga l’andaluz Terrero’l baille tan vivu de les muyeres andaluces: []
      Thus Terrero, the Andalusian, flatters the lively dance of Andalusian women: []

EsperantoEdit

PronunciationEdit

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VerbEdit

vivu

  1. imperative of vivi

InterjectionEdit

vivu

  1. long live
    Vivu Zamenhof, vivu Esperanto!
    Long live Zamenhof, long live Esperanto!

SwahiliEdit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

-vivu (declinable)

  1. idle; slow; lazy

InflectionEdit

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