AskDefine | Define tien

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Dutch

Etymology

From Old Saxon tehan.

Pronunciation

Numeral

tien

Derived terms

Finnish

Noun

tien

French

Etymology

From the neuter of Latin tuus

Pronunciation

  • lang=fr|/tjɛ̃/
  • SAMPA: /tjE~/

Pronoun

tien (tienne , tiens m|p, tiennes f|p)
  1. yours; The one belonging to you (singular)

Old English

Alternative spellings

tīen or tīene are West Saxon forms, also represented by Anglian tēn or tēne.

Etymology

, from . Cognate with Old Frisian tiān, Old High German zehan (German zehn), Old Saxon tehan (Dutch tien), Old Norse tíu (Icelandic tíu, Norwegian ti, Swedish tio), Gothic 𐍄𐌰𐌹𐌷𐌿𐌽; and, outside the Germanic languages, with Sanskrit दश, Greek δέκα, Latin decem, Old Irish deich (Irish deich), Slavic deset.

Pronunciation

  • /ti:en/

Numeral

  1. ten

Related terms

tēoþa

Slovak

Noun

tien f

Extensive Definition

Tien(s) may refer to:
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tien in Dutch: Tien
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