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WORD LANGUAGE DEFINITION
um English (Preposition)
um English (Noun)
um Polish
um German (Adjective Preposition Conjunction Adverb) (predicative, not attributive) up, in the sense of finished (with accusative) At when relating to time (because the hands of a clock go around, the clock). (with accusative) about, used with es [...](predicative, not attributive) up, in the sense of finished (with accusative) At when relating to time (because the hands of a clock go around, the clock). (with accusative) about, used with es [...]
um Portuguese (Numeral Pronoun Article Noun) one Element(s) of a previously mentioned class: one; some (in plural).. a person; one; someone (with uncountable nouns) a bit of. (indefinite) a, an. (in the plural) some; a few (a small number [...]one Element(s) of a previously mentioned class: one; some (in plural).. a person; one; someone (with uncountable nouns) a bit of. (indefinite) a, an. (in the plural) some; a few (a small number [...]
um Serbo-Croatian (Noun) Intellect. Mind. Wit.Intellect. Mind. Wit.
um Irish (Preposition) About. At.About. At.
um Icelandic (Adverb Preposition) Used in set phrases (with accusative) about, concerning. (with accusative) approximately, about, around. (with accusative) during, for, in, at. (with accusative) through, around, across. (with [...]Used in set phrases (with accusative) about, concerning. (with accusative) approximately, about, around. (with accusative) during, for, in, at. (with accusative) through, around, across. (with [...]
um Czech (Noun) Skill, art.Skill, art.
um Middle English
um Faroese (Preposition Conjunction) (with accusative) about. (with accusative) around. (with accusative) during. (with accusative) over. (with accusative) through Whether, if.(with accusative) about. (with accusative) around. (with accusative) during. (with accusative) over. (with accusative) through Whether, if.
um Old Norse (Preposition) (with accusative) about, concerning. (with accusative) because of, for. (with accusative) during, at a point in time. (with accusative) over, across, along. (with accusative) round, past, beyond.(with accusative) about, concerning. (with accusative) because of, for. (with accusative) during, at a point in time. (with accusative) over, across, along. (with accusative) round, past, beyond.
um Slovak (Noun) Intellect. Mind. Wit.Intellect. Mind. Wit.
um Romansh (Noun) Husband. Man.Husband. Man.
um Old Swedish
um Elfdalian (Preposition Conjunction) About (a subject). Around If.About (a subject). Around If.
um Indo-Portuguese (Article) A (the indefinite article).A (the indefinite article).