inné

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See also: inne, -inne, and iňňe

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin innātus (inborn), perfect active participle of innāscor (be born in, grow up in), from in (in, at on) + nāscor (be born).

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inné m (feminine innée, masculine plural innés, feminine plural innées)

  1. Innate, inborn, congenital, inbred, native.

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inné

  1. yesterday

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