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Scots

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Numeral

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three

  1. (cardinal) A numerical vailyie efter twa an afore fower. Representit in Arabic digits as 3; this mony dots (•••).
  2. (o a set or group) Haein three elements.

Inglis

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Inglis numbers
30
 <  2 3 4  > 
    Cairdinal : Wt/sco/three
    Ordinal : Wt/sco/third
    Adverbial : Wt/sco/thrice
    Multiplier : Wt/sco/triple

Alternative forms

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Etymology

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Frae Middle Inglis thre, threo, thrie, thri, frae Old English þreō, þriē, þrī, frae Proto-Germanic *þrīz, frae Proto-Indo-European *tréyes.

Pronunciation

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Numeral

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three

  1. (cardinal) three

Etymology

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Frae Old Irish trí, frae Proto-Celtic *trīs, frae Proto-Indo-European *tréyes.

Pronunciation

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Numeral

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three

  1. Template:Lb three

References

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