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Mongolian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Suffix[edit]

(-d)

  1. Dative-locative case marker equating to to, at, or in in English. It is used to show the indirect object of a sentence, or to indicate the time or the place an action will happen.
    • Монголд уулзбя.
      Mongold oolzbya.
      "Let's meet in Mongolia."
    • Аав над энэ номыг өгсөн.
      Aav nad en nomig ögsön."
      "My father gave this book to me."
Usage notes[edit]

Used after all words except those ending in г, р, с, where is used with no change in meaning.

Etymology 2[edit]

Suffix[edit]

(-d)

  1. plural marker for a small number of nouns.
    • мод (mod) (tree), модод (trees), моднууд (trees)
      морь (morʹ) (horse), морьд (horses)
      похой (pohoj) (dog), поход (dogs)
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