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Some

Anglice[+/-]

Appellatio[+/-]

(Americane)

  • /səm/ sine accentu
  • /sʌm/ cum accentu

Notatio[+/-]

= Anglica Media sum
= Anglica Antiqua sum “quidam”
← Protogermanice *suma
← Protindeuropaee *sm-
← radix *sem- “unus, simul.”

Cognata est radix Latina sem.

Nomen adiectivum[+/-]

some (comp.: more; superl.: most)

  1. Aliquot, nonnullus; qui ex maiore minoreve portione consistit; quantitate numerove indefinita.
    Some people dislike cats.
  2. Quidam.
    She wants to marry some Norwegian.
  3. Paucus; non multus; opp. many vel much.
    The censure was to some extent just.
  4. Aliqui; circa; plus minusve.
    He waited some twenty days.
  5. Multus; non paucus.
    He's been gone for some time now.
  6. Illi partis portionisve unae, opp. others.
    Some fell among thorns; others fell into good ground.
  7. (subst.) Nonnulli.
    Some would say he did a foolish thing.

Usus[+/-]

Et adhibetur ut pluralis articuli definiti a.