mutisks

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From mute (mouth) +‎ -isks.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

mutisks (def. mutiskais; adv. mutiski)

  1. oral, verbal (expressed in actual speech)
    mutiska atbildeoral answer
    mutisks aicinājumsoral summons, invitation
    mutisks ziņojumsoral report
    vissarežģītākā no visām sabiedrībā izmantojamām zīmju sistēmām ir dabiskā valoda mutiskajā un rakstiskajā veidā — the most complex of all systems of signs used in society is the natural language, in its oral and written form
    bija taču tikai mutiskas norunas — it was only a verbal agreement

Declension[edit]