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Симбол

mad

  1. ISO 639-1 code 2&3

English language.svg Енглески

Етимологија

Од Средњи Енглески mad, madde, madd, medd, од Стари Енглески ġemǣdd, ġemǣded (enraged), past participle of ġemǣdan, *mǣdan (to make insane or foolish), од Proto-Germanic *maidijaną (to change; damage; cripple; injure; make mad), од Proto-Germanic *maidaz ("weak; crippled"; compare Стари Енглески gemād (silly, mad), Old High German gimeit (foolish, crazy), literary Немачки gemeit (mad, insane), Gothic 𐌲𐌰𐌼𐌰𐌹𐌸𐍃 (gamaiþs, crippled)), од Пра-Индо-Европски *mey- ("to change"; compare Old Irish máel (bald, dull), Old Lithuanian ap-maitinti (to wound), Санскрт मेथति (méthati, he hurts, comes to blows)).

Изговор

Adjective

mad (comparative madder, superlative maddest)

  1. Insane; crazy, mentally deranged.
    You want to spend $1000 on a pair of shoes? Are you mad?
    He's got this mad idea that he's irresistible to women.
  2. (chiefly US; informal in UK) Angry, annoyed.
    Are you mad at me?
  3. (chiefly in the negative, informal) Used litotically to indicate satisfaction or approval.
    Wow, you really made this pie from scratch? I'm not mad at it.
    • 2019, The Real Housewives of Atlanta[1], season 13, episode 3:
      I'm not mad at this little house, though.
    • 2019, “'Thank U' Text: Ariana Grande's Collaborators Break Down The Artist's Latest Album”, in NPR[2]:
      But I mean, once the flow was there, nobody was mad at it.
  4. (UK, informal) Bizarre; incredible.
    It's mad that I got that job back a day after being fired.
  5. Wildly confused or excited.
    to be mad with terror, lust, or hatred
    • Шаблон:RQ:KJV
      It is the land of graven images, and they are mad upon their idols.
    • 1787, R. Bage, The Fair Syrian, p.314
      My brother, quiet as a cat, seems perfectly contented with the internal feelings of his felicity. The Marquis, mad as a kitten, is all in motion to express it, from tongue to heel.
  6. Extremely foolish or unwise; irrational; imprudent.
  7. (colloquial, usually with for or about) Extremely enthusiastic about; crazy about; infatuated with; overcome with desire for.
    Aren't you just mad for that red dress?
  8. (of animals) Abnormally ferocious or furious; or, rabid, affected with rabies.
    a mad dog
  9. (slang, chiefly Northeastern US) Intensifier, signifies an abundance or high quality of a thing; very, much or many.
    I gotta give you mad props for scoring us those tickets.   Their lead guitarist has mad skills.   There are always mad girls at those parties.
  10. (of a compass needle) Having impaired polarity.

Корисне белешке

  • In Commonwealth countries other than Canada, mad typically implies the insane or crazy sense more so than the angry sense.
  • In the United States and Canada, the word mad far more often than not refers to anger rather than madness, but such usage is still considered informal by some speakers and labeled as such even in North American English by most UK dictionaries. This is due to an old campaign (since 1781 by amateur language pundits) to discredit the angry sense of the word that was more effective in the UK than in North America. Though not as old as the sense denoting insanity, the sense relating to anger is certainly very old (going back at least to the fourteenth century).[1]
  • On the other hand, if one is described as having "went mad" or "gone mad" in North America, this denotes insanity, and not anger. Meanwhile, if one "is mad at" something or has "been mad about" something, it is understood that they are angered rather than insane. In addition, such derivatives as "madness", "madman", "madhouse" and "madly" always denote insanity, irrespective of whether one is in the Commonwealth or in North America.

Синоними

Преводи

Белешке

Предлог

mad (not comparable)

  1. (slang, New England, New York and UK, dialect) Intensifier; to a large degree; extremely; exceedingly; very; unbelievably.
    He was driving mad slow.
    It's mad hot today.
    He seems mad keen on her.

Синоними

Глагол

mad (third-person singular simple present mads, present participle mading, simple past and past participle maded)

  1. (obsolete, intransitive) To be or become mad. [14th-19th c.]Шаблон:tracking/defdate/hyphen
  2. (now colloquial US, Jamaica) To madden, to anger, to frustrate. [from 15th c.]

Изведени термини

Terms derived from mad (all parts of speech)

Анаграми


Breton

Etymology

From Proto-Brythonic *mad, from Proto-Celtic *matis.

Adjective

mad

  1. good

Noun

mad

  1. goodness

Дански

Дански Википедија има чланак на:
Википедија da

Етимологија 1

From Old Norse matr, from Proto-Germanic *matiz, cognate with Норвешки, Шведски mat (food), Енглески meat, Немачки Mett (from Low German).

Изговор

Именица

mad c (singular definite maden, not used in plural form)

  1. food
Inflection

Шаблон:da-noun-infl-unc-base

Derived terms
  • babymad
  • aftensmad
  • morgenmad
  • natmad
  • madglad

Именица

mad c (singular definite madden, plural indefinite madder)

  1. a slice of bread with something on top.
Корисне белешке

Very compound-prone; see for example ostemad or pølsemad.

Инфлексија
Изведени термини

Етимологија 2

See the etymology of the main entry.

Изговор

Глагол

mad

  1. imperative of made

Средњи Енглески

Етимологија 1

From Стари Енглески ġemǣdd, ġemǣded, the past participle of ġemǣdan.

Алтернативни облици

Pronunciation

Adjective

Шаблон:enm-adj

  1. Mad, insane, deranged; not of sound mind.
  2. Emotionally overwhelmed; consumed by mood or feelings.
  3. Perplexed, bewildered; surprised emotionally.
  4. Irate, rageful; having much anger or fury.
  5. Idiotic or dumb; badly thought out or conceived
  6. (rare) Obstinate, incautious, overenthusiastic.
  7. (rare) Distraught, sad, unhappy.
  8. (rare) Scatterbrained or absent-minded.
Derived terms
Descendants
  • Енглески: mad
  • Шкотски: mad
  • Yola: mad
References

Etymology 2

Derived from the adjective.

Verb

mad

  1. Alternative form of madden

Etymology 3

Pronunciation

Verb

mad

  1. past participle of make

Old Irish

Etymology

Шаблон:univ

Pronunciation

Verb

mad

  1. if it be; if it were (third-person singular present/past subjunctive)
    • Шаблон:RQ:sga-gloss

      sga

      Mad ar lóg pridcha-sa, .i. ar m’étiuth et mo thoschith, ním·bia fochricc dar hési mo precepte., If it be for pay that I preach (subj.), that is, for my clothing and my sustenance, I shall not have a reward for my teaching.
    • Шаблон:RQ:sga-gloss

      sga

      —Cote mo thorbe-se dúib mad [a]mne labrar?, What do I profit you pl if it be thus that I speak (subj.)?
    • Шаблон:RQ:sga:Glosses

      sga

      Mad áill dúib cid accaldam neich diib, da·rigénte., If you pl desired even to address any of them, you could do it.

Palauan

Etymology 1

From Pre-Palauan *maða, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *mata, from Proto-Austronesian *maCa.

Noun

mad

  1. (anatomy) eye (organ), face, facial expression
  2. front; area, space or time in front of
    Medal a blik.In front of my house.
    El mo er a medad.In the future[1].
  3. aperture, access, entrance
Inflection

Шаблон:pau-pos

Etymology 2

From Pre-Palauan *maðe, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *(m-)atay, from Proto-Austronesian *(m-)aCay.

Verb

mad

  1. to die

Notes

  1. Literally, what extends beyond (in the direction of) our face.

References

Шаблон:R:pau:PLD


Welsh

Etymology

From Proto-Brythonic *mad, from Proto-Celtic *matis.

Pronunciation

Adjective

Шаблон:cy-adj

  1. good
  2. lucky, fortunate
  3. suitable

Noun

Шаблон:cy-noun

  1. goodness
  2. good person

Mutation

Шаблон:cy-mut


Yola

Etymology

From Средњи Енглески mad, from Стари Енглески ġemǣdd.

Adjective

mad

  1. mad
    • 1927, “YOLA ZONG O BARONY VORTH”, in THE ANCIENT DIALECT OF THE BARONIES OF FORTH AND BARGY, COUNTY WEXFORD, line 4:
      Own thing mad.
      A thing mad.

References


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