čehisks

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From čehs (Czech) +‎ -isks.

Adjective[edit]

čehisks (def. čehiskais, comp. čehiskāks, sup. visčehiskākais; adv. čehiski)

  1. Czech (relating to the Czech language; relating to Czechs or to the Czech Republic, to Czechia)
    Bohumila Hrabala “Es apkalpoju Anglijas karali” šķiet ļoti čehisks romāns — Bohumila Hrabala's “I served the King of England” is a very Czech novel

Declension[edit]

Usage notes[edit]

English “Czech” as an attributive adjective usually correponds in Latvian to čehu, the genitive plural form of čehs. The adjective čehisks is commonly used as a predicate (“this is Czech”), or in its adverbial form čehiski.

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