intra-

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[ˈintɾa]

1. derivative prefix Intra-, inside something. Example: intra-òixal, intravainòs, intraqwadrat.

Etymology: From Latin intra-.

eix-

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[eʃ]

1. derivative prefix Added to a word, it derives a new meaning of outside, without something, former relationship, etc. Example: eixmarit, ex-husband; eixventerăre, to shit.

Etymology: From Latin ex-.

awant

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[aˈwant]

1. preposition In front of, in the presence of, before, faced with.

Etymology: From Latin ab ante.

awant-

[aˈwant]

1. derivative prefix Before, ante-.

Etymology: From awant.

sou

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[sou̯]

1. possessive determiner, masculine singular His, her, its.

2. possessive pronoun, masculine singular His, hers, its.

Spelling: Before words beginning with a vowel or h-, it turns into soul’, with word ligature (both words are written together without intermediate spaces). For masculine plural: sous; for feminine forms, see sa.

Etymology (1-2): From Latin suus.

3. preposition Under, below. Example: Ous cjudes scondeiren-si sou ou llit, the children hid under the bed.

Etymology (3): From Latin sub.

sou-

[sou̯]

1. derivative prefix Added to a word, it means beneath, of inferior quality or lesser importance. Examples: nòrmal, normal, sounòrmal, mentally handicapped; ridre, to laugh, sourridre, to smile; ggulopat, developed, souggulopat, underdeveloped.

Etymology: From Latin sub.

un-

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[un]

1. derivative prefix Added to a word, it derives the corresponding antonym (meaning opposite or negation). Example: unllèixal, illegal.

Spelling: Before a labial consonant, it is written as um-.

Etymology: From Germanic un-.

dis-

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[dis]

1. derivative prefix Added to a word, it derives a word meaning opposition or separation. Example: filat, sharp, disfilat, dull.

Spelling: In some words, it is written as di- instead of dis-.

Etymology: From Latin dis-.

super

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[suˈpeɾ]

1. preposition On, above. Example: Ou llïur eh super a mesa, the book is on the table.

2. preposition About (a topic). Example: Jo volle paraulăre cõ tu super varjes tòpics, I want to talk to you about several topics.

3. preposition Around (approximate). Example: J’heh super ũ millõ d’euros nou banc, I’ve got around a million euros in the bank.

Etymology: From Latin super.

super-

1. derivative prefix Higher place, something really big. Example: nazònal, national, supernazònal, supranational.

2. derivative prefix Located above or covering something. Example: superhaut, overcoat.

Etymology: From Latin supra with influence by super.

per

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[peɾ]

1. preposition To (marker of the indirect object of a sentence). Example: J’heh tendat dou per tu, I have bought this to you.

2. preposition For, to, in order to (purpose). Example: Nos façèms dou per consegre ũ mond meixor, we do this in order to achieve a better world.

3. preposition It expresses the use of something. Example: Das oclellas sen per ou sol, these are sunglasses.

4. preposition In, on (expressions of time). Example: Per ou stïu nos hawarèms ũ bebe, we are expecting a baby in summer.

5. preposition To, towards (spatial destination), until (temporal destination). Example: Dou train parte per Franza, this train travels to France.

Etymology: From Latin per.

per-

[peɾ]

1. derivative prefix It is used with an augmentative or intensive meaning.

Etymology: From Latin per.

aut

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[au̯t]

1. adjective Tall, high.

Etymology: From Latin altus.

2. masculine noun Colloquial abbreviation of autmowïul.

aut-

1. derivative prefix Made by oneself.

Etymology: From Greek auto- (self).