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English[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Srednji Engleski west, from Stari Engleski west, from Pra-Germanski *westrą. Cognate with Škotski wast, Saterland Frisian Wääste, Zapadni Frizijski west, Holandski west, Nemački West, Danski vest. Cognate also with Stari Francuski west, Francuski ouest, Španski oeste, Katalonski oest, Galicijski oeste, Italijanski ovest (all ultimately borrowings of the English word). Compare also Latinski vesper.

Pronunciation[uredi]

  • enPR: wĕst, MFA(ključ): /wɛst/
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  • Rime: -ɛst

Noun[uredi]

west (uncountable)

  1. One of the four principal compass points, specifically 270°, conventionally directed to the left on maps; the direction of the setting sun at an equinox, abbreviated as W.

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Also see Dodatak:Kardinalni pravci for translations of all compass points

Adjective[uredi]

west

  1. Situated or lying in or toward the west; westward.
  2. (meteorology) Of wind: from the west.
  3. Of or pertaining to the west; western.
  4. From the West; occidental.
  5. (ecclesiastial) Designating, or situated in, that part of a church which is opposite to, and farthest from, the east, or the part containing the chancel and choir.

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Adverb[uredi]

west (not comparable)

  1. Towards the west; westwards.

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Verb[uredi]

west (third-person singular simple present wests, present participle westing, simple past and past participle wested)

  1. To move to the west; (of the sun) to set. [from 15th c.]
    • 1596, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, V.prologue:
      Foure times his place he shifted hath in sight, / And twice has risen, where he now doth West, / And wested twice, where he ought rise aright.

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Cornish[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Engleski west.

Noun[uredi]

west m

  1. west

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Dutch[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Stari Holandski west, from Pra-Germanski *westrą. Compare German West, English and West Frisian west, Danish vest.

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Adverb[uredi]

Šablon:nl-adv

  1. (only in compounds) west
  2. westwards

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Šablon:compass

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Italian[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

west m (invariable)

  1. West (historic area of America)

Kurdish[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

west f

  1. act of tiring or getting tired

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Low German[uredi]

Verb[uredi]

west

  1. past participle of wesen

Middle English[uredi]

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Etymology[uredi]

From Stari Engleski west, in turn from Pra-Germanski *westrą.

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Noun[uredi]

west

  1. west (compass point)
  2. A location to the south; the south
  3. The west wind

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Adjective[uredi]

west

  1. west, western
  2. At the west

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Adverb[uredi]

west

  1. To the west, westards, westbound
  2. From the west, western
  3. In the west

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Old English[uredi]

Alternative forms[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Pra-Germanski *westrą, whence also Old High German west, Old Norse vestr.

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west

  1. west

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Old French[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

Borrowed from Stari Engleski west.

Adverb[uredi]

Šablon:fro-adv

  1. west

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