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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet → May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
Pervigilium Veneris

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verb transitive

P. and V. ἰσχναίνειν (Plato); see reduce.

adjective

lean: Ar. and P. ἰσχνός, λεπτός.

withered: P. and V. ξηρός.

Opposed to, thick, close: P. μανός.

scanty: P. and V. σπάνιος.

Met., poor: P. and V. φαῦλος.

Translations

Abkhaz: апа; Aklanon: manipis; Albanian: i hollë; Arabic: رَفِيع‎, رَقِيق‎; Egyptian Arabic: رفيع‎; Iraqi Arabic: مصوي‎; Armenian: բարակ; Assamese: খীণ; Azerbaijani: nazik, incə; Bashkir: йоҡа; Basque: mehe; Belarusian: тонкі; Bikol Central: mahimpis; Bulgarian: тъ́нък; Burmese: ပါး; Catalan: fi; Cebuano: nipis; Chechen: дуткъа; Chinese Cantonese: 薄; Dungan: бә; Mandarin: 薄, 細, 细, 瘦; Czech: tenký; Dongxiang: narun; Dutch: dun; Eastern Arrernte: utyewe; Erzya: човине; Estonian: peen, peenike; Evenki: нэмкун; Faroese: tunnur; Finnish: ohut; French: mince; Friulian: sutîl; Georgian: თხელი; German: dünn; Alemannic German: tünn; Middle High German: dünne; Greek: λεπτός, ψιλός; Ancient Greek: λεπτός; Hawaiian: lahi; Hebrew: דַּק‎; Higaonon: manipis; Hiligaynon: manipis; Hindi: पतला, दुबला; Hungarian: vékony; Icelandic: þunnur; Ido: dina; Indonesian: tipis; Irish: caol, tanaí; Old Irish: tanae, séim; Italian: sottile, fine; Japanese: 薄い, 細い; Javanese: tipis; Kashubian: cenczi; Kazakh: жұқа, жіңішке; Khmer: ស្ដើង; Korean: 가늘다, 얇다; Kurdish Northern Kurdish: barik; Kyrgyz: жука, ичке; Lao: ບາງ; Latgalian: tīvs; Latin: subtilis, tenuis, vescus; Latvian: tievs, plāns; Lithuanian: plonas; Livonian: pīenti, pīentõ; Luxembourgish: dënn; Macedonian: тенок; Maguindanao: manipis; Malay: nipis; Malayalam: നേർത്ത; Maltese: rqiq; Manchu: ᠨᡝᡴᡝᠯᡳᠶᡝᠨ; Mansaka: manipis; Manx: thanney; Maori: rahirahi, kōrahirahi, rauangi, pīrahirahi, rauiti, tūpuhipuhi; Maranao: manipis; Mizo: chër; Mongolian: нимгэн; Nanai: нэмдэ; Norwegian: tynn; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: тьнъкъ; Old East Slavic: тънъкъ; Old English: þynne; Old Saxon: thunni; Oromo: qallaa; Ossetian: тӕнӕг; Pashto: نری‎; Pennsylvania German: dinn; Persian: نازک‎, تنک‎; Plautdietsch: denn; Polish: cienki; Portuguese: fino; Quechua: tullu; Rapa Nui: ra'i; Romanian: slab, subțire; Russian: тонкий; Rusyn: тонкый; Sanskrit: तनु; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: танак; Roman: tanak; Slovak: tenký; Slovene: tanek; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: śańki; Upper Sorbian: ćeńki; Spanish: fino; Sundanese: ipis; Swedish: tunn; Tagalog: manipis; Tajik: тунук, нозук; Tatar: юка; Tausug: manipis; Tetum: mihis; Thai: บาง; Turkish: ince; Turkmen: inçe, ýuka; Ukrainian: тонкий; Urdu: پتلا‎, دبلا‎; Uyghur: يۇپقا‎; Uzbek: yupqa, ingichka; Vietnamese: mỏng, mảnh; Vilamovian: dynn; Walloon: tene; Welsh: tenau; Western Bukidnon Manobo: nipis; Yakut: синньигэс; Yiddish: דין‎; Zazaki: barı, barî; Zealandic: dun; Zhuang: mbang