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English

Rank of this word in the English language, from analyzing texts from Project Gutenberg.
two us before #91: see over know much
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Pronunciation

Homophones

Etymology 1

From Modèle:OE. sēon.

Verb

Modèle:En-verb

  1. To perceive with the eyes.
  2. To perceive or detect as if by sight.
  3. To form a mental picture of.
  4. To understand.
    Do you see what I mean?
Synonyms
Translations

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Derived terms

See also

Etymology 2

From Modèle:L. sedes (seat), referring to the bishop's throne or chair (confer seat of power) in the cathedral; related to the Latin verb sedere (to sit).

Noun

Modèle:En-noun

  1. A diocese; a region of a church, generally headed by a bishop
Translations

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Related terms

See also


Estonian

Pronoun

Modèle:Infl

  1. this

Finnish

Noun

Modèle:Fi-noun

  1. The letter c.

Frisian

Pronunciation

Noun

see

  1. seaar:see

zh-min-nan:see de:see et:see el:see es:see fa:see fr:see fy:see gl:see ko:see io:see it:see kk:see ku:see la:see lt:see hu:see nl:see ja:see pl:see pt:see ro:see ru:see st:see simple:see fi:see sv:see ta:see te:see vi:see tr:see uk:see zh:see Modèle:Wikipedia

English

Rank of this word in the English language, from analyzing texts from Project Gutenberg.
two us before #91: see over know much
</div>

Pronunciation

Homophones

Etymology 1

From Modèle:OE. sēon.

Verb

Modèle:En-verb

  1. To perceive with the eyes.
  2. To perceive or detect as if by sight.
  3. To form a mental picture of.
  4. To understand.
    Do you see what I mean?
Synonyms
Translations

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Derived terms

See also

Etymology 2

From Modèle:L. sedes (seat), referring to the bishop's throne or chair (confer seat of power) in the cathedral; related to the Latin verb sedere (to sit).

Noun

Modèle:En-noun

  1. A diocese; a region of a church, generally headed by a bishop
Translations

Modèle:Trans-top

Modèle:Trans-mid

Modèle:Trans-bottom

Related terms

See also


Estonian

Pronoun

Modèle:Infl

  1. this

Finnish

Noun

Modèle:Fi-noun

  1. The letter c.

Frisian

Pronunciation

Noun

see

  1. seaar:see

zh-min-nan:see de:see et:see el:see es:see fa:see fr:see fy:see gl:see ko:see io:see it:see kk:see ku:see la:see lt:see hu:see nl:see ja:see pl:see pt:see ro:see ru:see st:see simple:see fi:see sv:see ta:see te:see vi:see tr:see uk:see zh:see