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Definition of -en in Turkish Turkish dictionary

en
Bir tür çuha
en
Eşyaya vurulan damga
en
Koyunların kulağına vurulan damga
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At, eşek, katır gibi hayvanların damağında, ön dişlerinin arkasında meydana gelen şişkinlik
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Genişlik
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Hayvanlara veya eşyaya vurulan damga, işaret
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Koyun ve keçi gibi hayvanların kulaklarını keserek yapılan işaret
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Başına geldiği sıfatların en üstün derecede olduğunu gösterir: "Avcumu yumduğum zaman ailemin en kuvvetli erkekleri bile parmaklarımı açamazlardı."- R. N. Güntekin
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Sağılan hayvanların süt torbası
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Hayvanlara vurulan damga
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Bir yüzeyde boy sayılan iki kenar arasındaki uzaklık, genişlik, boy karşıtı
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Başına geldiği sıfatların en üstün derecede olduğunu gösterir
English - English
Used to form the diminutives of certain nouns

kitten.

When attached to certain adjectives, it formed a transitive verb whose meaning is, to make (adjective). Usually, the verb is ergative, sometimes not. The same construction could also be done to certain (fewer) nouns, as, strengthen, in which case the verb means roughly, to give (noun) to
When attached to certain nouns that are the names of a material, it forms an adjective whose meaning is, made of (noun). This is a formative pattern with many obsolescent remnants. Changes in the form of the root noun, and the dropping of the "e" in the suffix occur. There are also orphan formations whose root has been lost to the current language

Orphan examples: linen (flax was called lin);.

Denotes the past participle form when attached to a verb

Such a use may be described formally as cook + -en > cooked.

Can be used to denote the plural form of a small number of English words whose etymology goes back to the N-stem (i.e. Weak noun) declension of Germanic languages

Examples: aurochs, aurochsenThe Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language by David Crystal (1995, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0521401798), page 200; brother, brethren; child, children; eye, eyen; ox, oxen; shoe, shoon; cow, kine.

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English
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A unit of measurement equal to half of an em (half of the height of the type in use)
en
Used in various phrases borrowed from French (see "Derived terms" below)
en
The name of the Latin script letter N/n

The ems and ens at the beginnings and ends.

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An en is a typographers unit of measurement that is proportioned to the width of a capital letter "N " It will vary from font to font and will also vary with the point size of the font
en
One half of an "em"
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The termination of the past participle of many strong verbs; as, in broken, gotten, trodden
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A unit of measurement equal to half of one em Also: en space, en quad, en rule, en leader
en
in; at
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End Node APPN end system that implements the PU 2 1, provides end-user services, and supports sessions between local and remote CPs ENs are not capable of routing traffic and rely on an adjacent NN for APPN services Compare with NN See also CP
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English Nature
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- an, formerly used to form the plural of many nouns, as in ashen, eyen, oxen, all obs
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half an em; used as a measurement of the number of characters (text and spaces) in a given text
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Half an em, that is, half of the unit of space in measuring printed matter
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European Norm
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Half an em
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One-half of an em
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A unit of measurement equal to half of one em
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- The plural suffix; e g nisti means "overseer," nistien means "overseers " Note that some nouns have irregular plurals; e g formen becomes forminen
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An adjectival suffix, meaning made of; as in golden, leaden, wooden
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A measurement of linear space used by typographers; half the width of an em
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A suffix signifying to make, to cause, used to form verbs from nouns and adjectives; as in strengthen, quicken, frighten
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A fixed space equal to one-half the width of an em
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In typesetting, the width of an average letter in a font
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European Normes or standards, which are gradually harmonising with and superseding British Standards
en
Aix en Provence Wu Ch'eng en Chou En lai
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European Norms
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A suffix from AS
en
This must not be confused with -en corresponding in Old English to the AS
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-en and -on, formerly used to form the plural of verbs, as in housen, escapen
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A prefix from Gr
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A measure of space equal to one-half of an em space in the same point size and typeface
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traversal after arrival, no traversal after traversal from an anchor of the same link
en
One-half the width of an em
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&?; in, meaning in; as, encephalon, entomology
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the letter "N" NU - a Greek letter XU - monetary unit of Vietnam
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[in composition] one half of the width of an em
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Used to form the plural of some irregular nouns
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A suffix corresponding to AS
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Lord or priest king
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Added to some adjectives to form intransitive verbs meaning "to become (the adjective)" and transitive verbs meaning "to make (the adjective")
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half the width of an em
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Some English words are written indifferently with en-or in-
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except oxen
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Short form for en-quad, half the width of an em
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It is sometimes used to give a causal force, as in enable, enfeeble, to cause to be, or to make, able, or feeble; and sometimes merely gives an intensive force, as in enchasten
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infinitive ending -an
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electronic notebook
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A prefix signifying in or into, used in many English words, chiefly those borrowed from the French
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Used in forming the past participle of some irregular verbs
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"below, beneath, bottom" IE *en "in"
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For ease of pronunciation it is commonly changed to em-before p, b, and m, as in employ, embody, emmew
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In some cases, such as children and brethren, it has been added to older plural forms
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The letter N, n
Turkish - English
who
whose
which
that
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width
en
most
en
breadth
En
wide
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(Askeri) beam
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latitude
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amplitude
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best
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very

Those were his very last words - Bunlar onun en son sözleriydi.

en
the most of
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A stamp or brand which is marking on animals and wares
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the very
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width, breadth genişlik
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est
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all time
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{i} diameter
-en

    Etymology

    [ &n, &n ] (adjective suffix.) From Middle English -n, -en, past participle ending of strong verbs (compare Middle English take(n), took, taken: "take, took, taken"), from Old Norse -inn, past participle ending of strong verbs (compare Old Norse taka, tōk, takinn: "take, took, taken"). Replaced the native past participle ending of strong verbs (from Old English -en) in some words, which had weakened to -e or disappeared (compare Southern Middle English do(n), dud(e), ydo : "do, did, done"), but not in others (compare cume(n), com, ycume: "come, came, come").

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