Appendix:Slovak declension pattern dlaň

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Slovak[edit]

Declension Pattern dlaň[edit]

pattern dlaň f, noun
dlaň stem

Singular[edit]

Plural[edit]

Note: The letter ň is spelled without the diacritic when before the soft vowels i and e (same holds true for ď, ť and ľ). So the stem has not changed.

This pattern is followed by feminine nouns that end with the consonants ň, j, ľ (except beľ, soľ), ď (except meď, mlaď), č (except reč, seč), š (except myš, voš), ž (except lož), dz, z, the consonat group šť (except Lešť, Budapešť, Bukurešť), foreign words ending at x, the words obec, pec, zem, čeľusť, kysť, päsť, and those feminine words ending at ť and r whose nominative plural ends at -e (as listed in this dictionary, or any other dictionary listing Slovak words). All other feminine words ending at a consonant follow the declension pattern kosť.