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da-noun ? (singular definite [[{{{1}}}#Danish|{{{1}}}]], plural indefinite da-noun)

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  • First unnamed argument is the suffix for the singular definite: en, n, et or t; otherwise it is taken as the complete word. If that is used the gender must be given with the argument "g".
  • Second unnamed argument es the suffix for the plural indefinite: er, r, e, s; otherwise it is taken as the complete word. If missing, plural indefinite is the same as singular indefinite.
  • g: the gender, c or n; if first unnamed argument is one of "en|n|et|t" it is not used, but else it should be given.
  • base: is the singular indefinite, default PAGENAME, usually not needed
  • stem: in cases where there is consonant doubling, eg. nul, which has the stem "null" (null+et, null+er, null+er+ne)
  • sg-def-2: if there is two correct variations of the singular definite, must be the complete word.
  • pl-indef-2: if there is two correct variations of the plural indefinite, must be the complete word.



stol c (singular definite stolen, plural indefinite stole)


nul n (singular definite nullet, plural indefinite nuller)


chip c (singular definite chippen, plural indefinite chips or chip)


mus c (singular definite musen, plural indefinite mus)