again, once again, once more, over againadverb
"she tried again"; "they rehearsed the scene again"
Back in the reverse direction, or to an original starting point.
Back (to a former place or state).
In return, as a reciprocal action; back.
Another time; once more.
Over and above a factor of one.
Etymology: From again, ayain, anȝen, from ongean, equivalent to. Cognate with igen, igen.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: agen, Sax.
The poor remnant of human seed, which remained in their mountains, peopled their country again slowly, by little and little. Francis Bacon, New Atalantis.
Go now, deluded man, and seek again
New toils, new dangers, on the dusty plain. John Dryden, Æn.
Some are already retired into foreign countries; and the rest, who possess lands, are determined never to hazard them again, for the sake of establishing their superstition. Jonathan Swift.
His wit encreased upon the occasion; and so much the more, if the occasion were sharpened with danger. Again, whether it were the shortness of his foresight, or the strength of his will, certain it is, that the perpetual trouble of his fortunes could not have been without defects in his nature. Francis Bacon.
Those things that we know not what to do withal, if we had them, and those things, again, which another cannot part with, but to his own loss and shame, are the very conditions of this fable. Roger L'Estrange, Fables.
Behold yon mountain’s hoary height,
Made higher with new mounts of snow;
Again, behold the winter’s weight
Oppress the lab’ring woods below. Dryden.
When your head did but ake,
I knit my handkerchief about your brows;
The best I had, a princess wrought it me,
And I did never ask it you again. William Shakespeare, King John.
That he hath given will he pay again. Prov. xix. 27.
Question was asked of Demosthenes, What was the chief part of an orator? He answered, Action. What next? Action. What next, again? Action. Francis Bacon, Essays.
The cause of the holding green, is the close and compact substance of their leaves, and the pedicles of them: and the cause of that again is either the tough and viscous juice of the plant, or the strength and heat thereof. Francis Bacon, Nat. History.
They have the Walloons, who are tall soldiers; yet that is but a spot of ground. But, on the other side, there is not in the world again such a spring and seminary of brave military people, as in England, Scotland, and Ireland. Francis Bacon.
There are whom heav’n has blest with store of wit,
Yet want as much again to manage it;
For wit and judgment ever are at strife,
Tho’ meant each other’s aid, like man and wife. Alexander Pope.
I should not be sorry to see a chorus on a theatre, more than as large and as deep again as ours, built and adorned at a king’s charges. John Dryden, Dufresnoy.
This is not to be obtained by one or two hasty readings; it must be repeated again and again, with a close attention to the tenour of the discourse. John Locke, Essay on St. P. Epistles.
Who art thou that answerest again? Rom. ix. 20.
Bring us word again which way we shall go. Deut. i. 22.
in return, back; as, bring us word again
another time; once more; anew
once repeated; -- of quantity; as, as large again, half as much again
in any other place
on the other hand
moreover; besides; further
alt. of Agains
Etymology: [OE. agein, agayn, AS. ongegn, ongen, against, again; on + gen, akin to Ger. gegewn against, Icel. gegn. Cf. Gainsay.]
"Again" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson from her fifth studio album, janet.. Written and produced by Jackson, James Harris III, and Terry Lewis, the ballad was released as the album's third single in October 1993. "Again" topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in late 1993 and received nominations for the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
a-gen′, adv. once more: in return: back. [A.S. on-geán, again, opposite; Ger. ent-gegen.]
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Again' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #153
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Rank popularity for the word 'Again' in Written Corpus Frequency: #157
Rank popularity for the word 'Again' in Adverbs Frequency: #27
The numerical value of Again in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Again in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
This budget plan is ambitious, but we have once again taken great care to make sure we have developed a budget that is balanced and sustainable.
Today we have done what we had to do. If necessary, we shall do it again.
When I first talked with my brother, in my heart, I felt right away we were not going to see her again, i was not going to see her again. I felt like I knew in my heart right at that moment. Right away.
I think I cannot compare this because, you know, after a long season, you are just trying to survive at the end, trying to push yourself, playing still good tennis, but now we have a new season coming, and the motivation is really high again. You know, for me it's important to go on court and try to making the transit in my practice sessions to the match ones.
You see, as progressives we're not interested in making our country anything again, we're not looking backward. We're looking to the future. We're interested in the future and making America better than it ever has been.
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- alweer, weerAfrikaans
- مرة أخرى, ثانيةً, كرة أخرىArabic
- тағы ла, тағы берҙеBashkir
- зноў, яшчэ разBelarusian
- отново, пакBulgarian
- una altra vegada, de nouCatalan, Valencian
- znova, opět, zaseCzech
- nochmal, noch einmal, wieder, erneut, schon wiederGerman
- ξανά, πάλιGreek
- ree, denoveEsperanto
- nuevamente, de nuevo, otra vezSpanish
- دوباره, دگربار, بازPersian
- uudelleen, vielä kerran, taas, jälleen, toistamiseenFinnish
- umaftur, afturFaroese
- déjà, de nouveau, encoreFrench
- werWestern Frisian
- a-rithist, às ùrScottish Gaelic
- outra vez, de novoGalician
- दुबारा, फिर से, फिरHindi
- ismét, újra, is, megintHungarian
- կրկին, նորից, էլի, նորենArmenian
- de novoInterlingua
- itere, ankorfoye, ankore un foyoIdo
- á ný, afturIcelandic
- di nuovo, ancoraItalian
- 再び, もう一度, あらためて, っけ, 又, またJapanese
- ისევ, კვლავ, ხელახლაGeorgian
- ម្ដងទៀត, ទៀតKhmer
- 또, 다시, ㅆ지, ㅆ죠Korean
- دوباره, دیسان, ههمدیسKurdish
- iterum, rursus, denuoLatin
- повторно, пакMacedonian
- darb' oħraMaltese
- ထပ်, နောက်တဖန်Burmese
- weder, weer, ook al weer, alweer, wederom, opnieuw, nogmaalsDutch
- náánáNavajo, Navaho
- encara, de nòuOccitan
- ponownie, znowu, jeszcze razPolish
- بياPashto, Pushto
- de novo, mesmo, outra vez, novamentePortuguese
- danöv, danovmeing, danövmaing, danievmeing, puspe, daniev, danovamaintg, darcho, danovamain, darcheu, puspeiRomansh
- iarăși, din nouRomanian
- говорите, ещё раз, снова, опятьRussian
- ponovo, snova, снова, odnova, опет, однова, поново, opetSerbo-Croatian
- znova, znovu, zasa, opäťSlovak
- spét, ponôvno, znôvaSlovene
- igen, på nytt, ånyo, å nyo, återSwedish
- మళ్లీ, మరలాTelugu
- อีก, ใหม่Thai
- ulit, po, nanaman, muli, anoTagalog
- tekrar, gene, bir daha, yeniden, yineTurkish
- знову, ще раз, зновUkrainian
- پھر, پھر سے, دوبارہUrdu
- צוריק, נאָכאַמאָל, ווידערYiddish
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