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Regen

Regen

See also: regen, régen, and Ręgen

German

Noun

Regen m (genitive Regens, no plural)

  1. rain

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Proper noun

Regen n (genitive Regens)

  1. A town in Bavaria, Germany.

Proper noun

Regen m, f (genitive Regens)

  1. A surname.

German Low German

Noun

Regen m (no plural)

  1. Alternative form of Ręgen (rain)

regen

regen

See also: Regen, Ręgen, and régen

English

Noun

regen (plural regens)

  1. regeneration
  2. A regenerative radio receiver.

Verb

regen (third-person singular simple present regens, present participle regenning or regening, simple past and past participle regenned or regened)

  1. (informal) regenerate

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Dutch

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -eːɣən
  • IPA(key): /ˈreː.ɣə(n)/

Etymology 1

From Old Dutch regan, from Proto-Germanic *regnaz. Cognate with German Regen, regnen.

Noun

regen m (plural regens, diminutive regentje n)

  1. A rain; the rain
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Verb

regen

  1. first-person singular present indicative of regenen
  2. imperative of regenen

Etymology 2

Verb

regen

  1. plural past indicative and subjunctive of rijgen

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German

Etymology

From Middle High German regen (to make protrude, to erect, to excite, to move), effective of ragen.

Verb

regen (third-person singular simple present regt, past tense regte, past participle geregt, auxiliary haben)

  1. (transitive) To move
    Er regte seinen Finger so weit wie möglich.
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  2. (reflexive) To move (intransitive).
  3. (reflexive) To be active doing something, occupying oneself.
  4. (reflexive) To budge, to become noticeable.

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Low German

Etymology

From Middle Low German rēgenen, from the noun Regen. Cognate with English rain, Dutch regenen.

Verb

regen (past singular regen, past participle regent, auxiliary verb hebben)

  1. (impersonal) to rain

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Welsh

Pronunciation

Noun

regen

  1. Soft mutation of rhegen.