Information about the word die (English → Esperanto: morti)

Part of speechverb
Pronunciation/daɪ/
Hyphenationdie
Shavian alphabet𐑛𐑲

Conjugation

Indicative mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) die(I) died
(thou) diest(thou) diedst
(he) dies, dieth(he) died
(we) die(we) died
(you) die(you) died
(they) die(they) died
Subjunctive mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) die (I) died
(thou) die(thou) died
(he) die(he) died
(we) die(we) died
(you) die(you) died
(they) die(they) died
Participles
Present participlePast participle
dyingdied

Usage samples

Three people were rushed to Hartford Hospital, and one of them later died, a doctor told reporters.
Then you shall die.
The wind had died.
Unfortunately, it’s also dying.

Translations

Afrikaansdoodgaan; sterf
Catalanmorir
Czechumírat
Danish
Dutchdoodgaan; overlijden; sterven
English (Old English)acwelan
Esperantomorti
Faeroesedoyggja
Finnishkuolla
Frenchdécéder; mourir
Germansterben
Italianmorire
Latinmoriri
Luxemburgishstierwen
Malaymati
Norwegian
Papiamentofayesé; muri
Polishumierać
Portuguesemorrer
Romanianmuri
Russianумирать
Saterland Frisianstierwe
Scottish Gaelicbàsaich
Spanishmorir
Sranandede
Swahili‐fa
Swedish
Tagalogmamatáy
Thaiตาย
Turkishölmek
West Frisiandeagean; stjerre
Yiddishשטאַרבן