Definitions for somewhere
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word somewhere.
an indefinite or unknown location
"they moved to somewhere in Spain"
in or at or to some place
"she must be somewhere"; (`someplace' is used informally for `somewhere')
In an uncertain or unspecified location.
To an uncertain or unspecified location.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
In one place or other; not nowhere.
Etymology: some and where.
Hopeless and forelorn
They are return’d, and somewhere live obscurely. John Denham.
Compressing two prisms hard together, that their sides, which by chance were a very little convex, might somewhere touch one another, I found the place in which they touched to become absolutely transparent, as if they had there been one continued piece of glass. Isaac Newton, Opt.
Does something still, and somewhere yet remain,
Reward or punishment? Matthew Prior.
Of the dead we must speak gently; and therefore, as Mr. John Dryden says somewhere, peace be to its manes. Alexander Pope.
in some place unknown or not specified; in one place or another
Somewhere is a multi-disciplinary UK-based creative organisation founded in 2001 by artist / film-makers Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope to produce and support projects with a concern for under-represented subjects, new audiences and innovative uses of media and technologies. After studying together at Edinburgh College of Art, Pope & Guthrie completed MA's in London and began collaborating as artists in 1995, with their installation "Somewhere Over the TV" at the Collective Gallery in Edinburgh, followed by their live online travelogue "A Hypertext Journal" in March 1996, which was one of the earliest blogs. One of the UK's earliest artists' websites, www.somewhere.org.uk has been online since 1996. Somewhere has long-term collaborators including composer Tim Olden and technologist Dorian Moore. In 2008 Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope won the first ever Northern Art Prize Northern Art Prize.
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Rank popularity for the word 'somewhere' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1890
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'somewhere' in Written Corpus Frequency: #508
Rank popularity for the word 'somewhere' in Adverbs Frequency: #136
The numerical value of somewhere in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of somewhere in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
feelings come in a daisy chain. all entwined together and beautiful as a whole but there are always the weak flowers somewhere in the links.
You have to have citizens ready to arm themselves to protect others. If you don't have open carry, what do you have? Mass murders like the ones in Orlando, that (open carry) to the criminals sends a signal, and when they see it they are going somewhere else.
Who goes to a fertility clinic except people who want children? So she left him there in hopes of somebody taking him home, to me that showed that she loved him. She put him somewhere that he would be found and cared for. I pray for her. And I thank God for her. And I want him to know that she loved him.
The construction site for us, as a robotics researcher, is an interesting environment because it somewhere in between the completely planned and controlled environment of a factory or a lab floor, and the completely chaotic environment of outdoors, so it's kind of a semi-structured environment where we can test and develop the technology that is required for robots to move around and do useful things in such environments.
There will be citizens of Hong Kong who may be looking to move elsewhere, to start a new life somewhere else, to take their skills and their business and the things that they have been running under the previous set of rules and arrangement in Hong Kong.
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- дзесьці, кудысьці, куды́-не́будзьBelarusian
- někam, někdeCzech
- rywle, rhywleWelsh
- nogensteds, nogetstedsDanish
- irgendwo, irgendwohinGerman
- ien, ieEsperanto
- en algún lugar, en alguna parte, a alguna parte, en algún punto, en algún sitioSpanish
- یه جاییPersian
- jossakin, johonkinFinnish
- einastaðni, onkustaðniFaroese
- quelque partFrench
- earneWestern Frisian
- אֵיפֹה שֶׁהוּא, הֵיכָן שֶׁהוּאHebrew
- einhvers staðarIcelandic
- in qualche parte, da qualche parte, in qualche luogoItalian
- anzwouschLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- ergens heen, ergensDutch
- algum lugar, [[em]] [[algum]] [[lugar]], [[a]] [[algum]] [[lugar]]Portuguese
- куда-то, где-тоRussian
- некамо, negdje, не̏гдје, не̏где, nekuda, некуда, nekamo, nȅgdeSerbo-Croatian
- niekde, niekamSlovak
- nekjé, nékamSlovene
- ఎక్కడో, ఎక్కడికోTelugu
- десь, кудисьUkrainian
- ene sawice, ene sadju, kéke pårtWalloon
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