Art

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Pronunciation

Etymology 1

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From Middle English {{enm||art}}, from Template:Fro {{fro|art}}, from {{la|artem}}, accusative of ars "art". Displaced native Middle English {{enm|liste||art}} (from Old English {{ang|list}}).

Noun

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A painting showing many kinds of art, including literature, music, and painting itself.
Art (plural [[~#|~]])

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  1. (Articlesuncountable) The conscious production or arrangement of sounds, colours, forms, movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the senses and emotions, usually specifically the production of the beautiful in a graphic or plastic medium.
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  2. (Articlescountable) Skillful creative activity, usually with an aesthetic focus.
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  3. (Articlesuncountable) The study and the product of these processes.
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  4. (Articlesuncountable) Aesthetic value.
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  5. (Articlesuncountable) Artwork.
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  6. (Articlescountable) A field or category of art, such as painting, sculpture, music, ballet, or literature.
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  7. (Articlescountable) A nonscientific branch of learning; one of the liberal arts.
  8. (Articlescountable) Skill that is attained by study, practice, or observation.
    • 1796, Matthew Lewis, The Monk, Folio Society 1985, page 217:
      A physician was immediately sent for; but on the first moment of beholding the corpse, he declared that Elvira's recovery was beyond the power of art.
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  • 2005, "I tell her what Donald Hall says: that the problem with workshops is that they trivialize art by minimizing the terror." -July Harper's, Lynn Freed
  • 2009, "Visual art is a subjective understanding or perception of the viewer as well as a deliberate/conscious arrangement or creation of elements like colours, forms, movements, sounds, objects or other elements that produce a graphic or plastic whole that expresses thoughts, ideas or visions of the artist." - Extended Essay on Visual Art, Alexander Brouwer
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Etymology 2

From Middle English, from Old English {{ang|eart||(thou) art}}, second-person singular present indicative of wesan, from Proto-Germanic {{gem-pro|*ar-t||(thou) art", originally, "(thou) becamest}}, second-person singular preterite indicative form of {{gem-pro|*iraną||to rise, be quick, become active}}, from Proto-Indo-European {{ine-pro|*er-}}, {{ine-pro|*or(w)-||to lift, rise, set in motion}}. Cognate with Faroese {{fo|ert||art}}, {{is|ert||art}}, Old English {{ang|earon||are}}, from the same preterite-present Germanic verb. More at [[are#|are]].

Verb

Art

  1. Template:En-archaic second-person singular of
    How great thou art!

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Albanian

Etymology

Borrowed from {{la|ars}}, {{la|artem}}.

Noun

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  1. [[art#|art]]

Catalan

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Noun

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  1. [[art#|art]] Template:Gloss

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Cornish

Etymology

From {{la|ars|ars, artis|art}}.

Pronunciation

  • [ɒɹt]

Noun

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  1. [[art#|art]]

Crimean Tatar

Noun

Art

  1. back

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Danish

Etymology

From Middle Low German {{gml|art}}.

Noun

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  1. kind
  2. nature
  3. species

Inflection

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French

Etymology

From {{la|artem}}, accusative singular of {{la|ars}}.

Pronunciation

Noun

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  1. art (something pleasing to the mind)

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Latvian

Etymology

From Template:Proto:bat-pro, from Proto-Indo-European {{ine-pro|*ar-}}, {{ine-pro|*arə-}}, {{ine-pro|*h₂erh₃-||to plow}}, from {{ine-pro|*h₁er-||sparse; to crumble, to fall to pieces}}, whence also the verb {{lv|irt}} (q.v.). Cognates include [[Template:{{{1}}}]] ([{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=edit}} edit]|[[Template talk:{{{1}}}|talk]]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=history}} history]|[{{fullurl:Special:Whatlinkshere/Template:{{{1}}}|limit=999}} links]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=watch}} watch]|logs) {{lt|árti}}, Old Prussian {{prg|artoys||plowman}} (compare [[Template:{{{1}}}]] ([{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=edit}} edit]|[[Template talk:{{{1}}}|talk]]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=history}} history]|[{{fullurl:Special:Whatlinkshere/Template:{{{1}}}|limit=999}} links]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=watch}} watch]|logs) {{lt|artójas}}), Old Church Slavonic {{cu|орати}}, dialectal or dated {{ru|ора́ть}}, {{be|ара́ць}}, {{uk|ора́ти}}, {{bg|ора́}}, {{cs|orati}}, {{pl|orać}}, Gothic {{got|𐌰𐍂𐌾𐌰𐌽}}, Old Norse {{non|erja}}, Template:Hit {{hit|ẖarra-||to crush; (passive form) to disappear}}, {{hit|ẖarš-||to tear open; to plow}}, Ancient Greek {{grc|ἀρόω}}, {{la|arō}}.[1]

Pronunciation

About this sound lv-riga-art.ogg

Verb

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  1. to plow Template:Gloss
    art zemi — to plow the land, earth
    art tīrumu, lauku — to plow a field
    art dārzu — to plow a garden
    art kūdraino augsni — to plow the peaty soil
    art ar traktoru — to plow with a tractor
    papuvi ara divi traktori — two tractors plowed the fallow (land)
    iziet art agri no rīta — to go plowing early in the morning
    rudenī, rugāju arot, sekoju Jurim pa vagu un sarunājos — in autumn, while (he was) plowing the stubble field, I followed Juris along the furrows and talked

Conjugation

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Maltese

Etymology

From {{ar|أَرْض}}.

Noun

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  1. earth

Middle French

Noun

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  1. [[art#|art]]

Norwegian Bokmål

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Noun

{{ Template:Nb/script |Art|face=head|lang=nb}} {{f|}} (definite singular Template:Slink or Template:Slink, indefinite plural Template:Slink, definite plural Template:Slink)

  1. (Articles
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Norwegian Nynorsk

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Noun

Art {{f|}} (definite singular Template:Slink or Template:Slink, indefinite plural Template:Slink or Template:Slink, definite plural Template:Slink or Template:Slink)

  1. (Articles
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Old Irish

Etymology

From Template:Proto:cel-pro {{cel-pro|*artos||bear}} (compare Cornish {{kw|arth}}, {{cy|arth}}), from Proto-Indo-European {{ine-pro|*h₂ŕ̥tḱos||bear}}.

Pronunciation

  • /ar͈t/

Noun

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  1. bear

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Swedish

Pronunciation

Noun

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  1. species

Declension

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Turkish

Etymology

From Template:Otk art, from Template:Proto:trk-pro {{trk-pro|*hārt||back}}.

Noun

Art

  1. back

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