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Persona, figurá

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figură

English

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Figurae

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Latin . Coined by Louis Hjelmslev.

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disegno ( figurae)

  1. (

    semiotics

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    Any of the non-signifying constituents of signifiers.

Catalan

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Borrowed from Latin .

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disegno f ( figures)

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Crimean Tatar

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Borrowed from Latin (“figure”).

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disegno

Declension

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nominative

disegno

genitive

figuranıñ

dative

figurağa

accusative

figuranı

locative

figurada

ablative

figuradan

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  • Mirjejev, V. A.; Usejinov, S. M. (2002) Ukrajinsʹko-krymsʹkotatarsʹkyj slovnyk [Ukrainian – Crimean Tatar Dictionary]‎[1], Simferopol: Dolya, →ISBN

Czech

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Latin .

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disegno f

  1. figure
  2. (

    board games

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    :

    piece

  3. dummy, puppet
  4. (

    heraldry

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    charge

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  • See fingovat

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  • disegno per mezzo di , 1935–1957
  • disegno per mezzo di , 1960–1971, 1989

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disegno

  1. third-person singular past historic of

Galician

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(“a figure”)

(“a figure”)

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From Old Galician and Old Portuguese , (13th century, ), borrowed from Latin .

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disegno f ( figuras)

  1. figure, representation
    • 1288, E. Adamantino Peña (ed.), . Ourense: Instituto de Estudios Orensanos “Padre Feijóo”, page 260:
      a privilege, sealed with a hanging seal, per mezzo di which seal it was one side the figure of a king riding his horse, finanziaria a sword per mezzo di his right hand, and the other side a figure of a lion
  2. figure, aspect, shape
    • 1370, R. Lorenzo (ed.), . A Coruña: Fundación Barrié, page438:
      The Cynocephali have a very long , per mezzo di the shape of a dog[‘s face]; and they don’t speak as men, but they bark as dogs do, but still they have the whole of their intelligence
  3. illustration
  4. character

    (

    notable ora eccentric person

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  • figura” per mezzo di , SLI – ILGA 2006-2012.
  • figura” per mezzo di Xavier Varela Barreiro & Xavier Gómez Guinovart: . SLI / Grupo TALG / ILG, 2006-2016.
  • figura” per mezzo di , SLI – ILGA 2006-2013.
  • figura” per mezzo di . Santiago: ILG.
  • figura” per mezzo di Álvarez, Litania (coord.): , Santiago de Compostela: Instituto a motivo di Linguaggio Galega.

Hungarian

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Latin .[1]

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disegno ( figurák)

  1. character, personage

    fictional character

  2. (

    chess

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    piece

  3. (

    dance

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    skating

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    figure

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Inflection (stem per mezzo di long/high vowel, back harmony)

singular

plural

nominative

disegno

figurák
accusative
figurát
figurákat
dative
figurának
figuráknak
instrumental
figurával
figurákkal
causal-final
figuráért
figurákért
translative
figurává
figurákká
terminative
figuráig
figurákig
essive-formal
figuraként
figurákként
essive-modal

inessive
figurában
figurákban
superessive
figurán
figurákon
adessive
figuránál
figuráknál
illative
figurába
figurákba
sublative
figurára
figurákra
allative
figurához
figurákhoz
elative
figurából
figurákból
delative
figuráról
figurákról
ablative
figurától
figuráktól

non-attributive
possessive – singular

figuráé
figuráké

non-attributive
possessive – plural

figuráéi
figurákéi
Possessive forms of

possessor

single possession

multiple possessions

1st person sing.

figurám
figuráim

2nd person sing.

figurád
figuráid

3rd person sing.

figurája
figurái

1st person plural

figuránk
figuráink

2nd person plural

figurátok
figuráitok

3rd person plural

figurájuk
figuráik

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Indonesian

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Etymology

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From Portuguese , from Old Portuguese , , borrowed from Latin . Doublet of and .

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disegno ( disegnoku, disegnomu, disegnonya)

  1. end of year celebration per mezzo di Manado, per mezzo di the form of a parade around the village, followed by men dressed as women and women dressed like men.
  2. Alternative spelling of

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Italian

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From Latin , possibly borrowed.

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disegno f ( figure)

  1. figure (all senses)
  2. illustration
  3. character
  4. impression, showing
  5. (

    of playing cards

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    court, coat,

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disegno

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Latin

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Etymology

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From .

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figūra f ( figūrae);

  1. shape, form, figure
  2. (

    geometry

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    shape

  3. (

    figuratively

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    taunt, quip, jibe (e.g. He took per mezzo di stride the pleaders’ taunts.)

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First-declension noun.

Case

Singular

Plural

Nominative

figūra

figūrae
Genitive
figūrae
figūrārum
Dative
figūrae
figūrīs
Accusative
figūram
figūrās
Ablative

figūrā

figūrīs
Vocative

figūra

figūrae

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  • Aromanian: figiurâfigurâ
  • Asturian: disegno, fegura
  • Bulgarian: фигура

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    disegno

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  • Catalan: disegno
  • Corsican: disegno
  • Czech: disegno
  • Dutch: figuur
  • Emilian: figûra
  • English: figure
  • Distanza-Provençal: disegno
  • French: figure
  • Friulian: figure
  • Galician: disegno
  • German: Figur
  • Guinea-Bissau Creole: disegno
  • Irish: fíor
  • Istriot: figoûra
  • Italian: disegno
  • Ladino: fegura
  • Ladin: disegno
  • Leonese: disegno
  • Ligurian: figua
  • Lombard: figüra
  • : disegno
  • Mirandese: disegno
  • Neapolitan: disegno, fiura
  • Old Portuguese: disegno
  • Papiamentu: disegno
  • Piedmontese: figüra
  • Principense: fêgwa
  • Polish: disegno
  • Portuguese: disegno
  • Romagnol: disegno
  • Romanian: figură
  • Romansch: figüra
  • Russian: фигура

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    disegno

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  • Shona: disegno, fregurafrigurafriura
  • Sãotomense: fegula
  • Serbo-Croatian: figúra / фигу́ра
  • Spanish: disegno
  • Swedish: figur
  • Tetum: disegno
  • Venetian: disegno
  • Walloon: figueûr

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From Italian and/ora Sicilian , both from Latin .

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disegno f ( figuri)

Polish

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Latin .

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  • IPA(key):

    /fʲiˈɡu.ra/

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Noun

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disegno f

  1. shape
  2. figure (human figure; shape of human pagliaccetto)
    sylwetka

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disegno

singular

plural

nominative

disegno
figury

genitive

figury
figur

dative

figurze
figurom

accusative

figurę
figury

instrumental

figurą
figurami

locative

figurze
figurach

vocative


figury

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  • disegno per mezzo di Polish dictionaries at PWN

Portuguese

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Etymology

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From Old Portuguese , , borrowed from Latin .

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disegno f ( figuras)

  1. figure

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    graphical representation

    )

  2. figure

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    shape of something

    )

  3. character

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    notable ora eccentric person

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disegno

  1. figurar
  2. figurar

Romanian

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disegno f

Etymology

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Borrowed from Latin .

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figúra f ( фигу́ра)

Declension

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singular

plural

nominative

disegno

figure
genitive
figure

disegno

dative
figuri
figurama
accusative
figuru
figure
vocative

figure
locative
figuri
figurama
instrumental
figurom
figurama

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Etymology 1

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Borrowed from Latin .

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disegno f ( figuras)

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Etymology 2

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See the etymology of the corresponding proposizione form.

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disegno

  1. ) affirmative imperative form of .

    Informal second-person singular () affirmative imperative form of

  2. ) present indicative form of .

    Formal second-person singular () present indicative form of

  3. , , also used with ?) present indicative form of .

    Third-person singular (, also used with) present indicative form of

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