AskDefine | Define im

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Translingual

Number

im

See also

German

Pronunciation

Etymology

Contraction of in + dem

Contraction

  1. in the; pertaining to the

Usage notes

im only occurs in the dative case.

Declension

Since the form im is used only in the dative case and only with a masculine or neuter noun, adjectives that follow it are declined with -en, and the following noun is declined in the dative case.
The preposition in can be used with both accusative and dative objects, but the only contracts with dem as im and with das as ins. Thus, the combination of in with the definite article has the following forms:

Irish

Etymology

From imb < (cf. Welsh ymenyn) < (cf. Latin unguen, Old High German ancho).

Pronunciation

  • lang=ga|[iːmʲ]
  • lang=ga|[iːmʲ]

Noun

  1. butter

Declension

Mutation

Polish

Pronoun

  1. genitive plural: to them

See also

Scots

Pronoun

  1. In the context of "South Scots|personal|lang=sco": him

Verb

im
  1. In the context of "South Scots||lang=sco": First person singular simple present form of ti be

See also

Extensive Definition

IM, Im, or im may stand for:

Science and technology

Computing

Music

Mythology

  • Im, a giant in Norse mythology.
im in German: IM
im in Spanish: IM
im in Esperanto: Im
im in French: IM
im in Korean: IM
im in Italian: IM
im in Japanese: IM
im in Dutch: IM
im in Norwegian: IM
im in Polish: IM
im in Portuguese: IM
im in Kölsch: IM (Watt ėßß datt?)
im in Finnish: Im
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