মাখন

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Assamese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Magadhi Prakrit *𑀫𑀓𑁆𑀔𑀡 (*makkhaṇa), from Sanskrit ম্ৰক্ষণ (mrakṣaṇa, rubbing, ointment, oil).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

মাখন (makhon)

  1. butter
    Synonyms: ননী (noni), লৱনু (lowonu)

Declension[edit]

Declension of মাখন
nominative মাখন / মাখনে
makhon / makhone
genitive মাখনৰ
makhonor
nominative মাখন / মাখনে
makhon / makhone
accusative মাখন / মাখনক
makhon / makhonok
dative মাখনলৈ
makhonoloi
terminative মাখনলৈকে
makhonoloike
instrumental মাখনে / মাখনেৰে
makhone / makhonere
genitive মাখনৰ
makhonor
locative মাখনত
makhonot
Notes
Noun: Assamese nouns are indefinite. They can be both singular and plural depending on the context. They are made definite by using classifiers and plural suffixes which also make them either singular and plural.
Plural: The general plural suffixes are: -বোৰ (-bür) and -বিলাক (-bilak) (less common). Others which have specific functions include -সমূহ (-xomuh), -সকল (-xokol), -হঁত (-hõt) etc.
Nominative: The -এ (-e) suffix is used when the noun works as an agent and the verb is transitive.
Accusative: -অক (-ok) is used for animate sense and for emphasis. No case marking otherwise.
Dative 1: For direct objects -অক (-ok) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Dative 2: In some dialects -অক (-ok) or -অত (-ot) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Terminative: Vaguely -অলৈ (-oloi) can mark this case too.
Instrumental 1: -এ (-e) is unemphatic and -এৰে (-ere) is emphatic and more common.
Instrumental 2: Alternatively -এদি (-edi) is used instead of the default -এৰে (-ere) in Standard Assamese.
Locative: The locative suffix is -এ (-e) in repetition of the word, with adverbs and days of the week.

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Bengali[edit]

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butter melting in a pan
মাখন (makhôn, butter)

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Magadhi Prakrit *𑀫𑀓𑁆𑀔𑀡 (*makkhaṇa), from Sanskrit ম্ৰক্ষণ (mrakṣaṇa, rubbing, ointment, oil).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /mɑ.kʰon/
  • Rhymes: -ako
  • Hyphenation: মা‧খ‧ন

Noun[edit]

মাখন (makhôn)

  1. butter
    রুটিতে একটু মাখন লাগবে।
    ruṭite ekṭu makhôn lagbe.
    The rotis need a little butter.

Inflection[edit]

Inflection of মাখন
nominative মাখন
makhôn
objective মাখন / মাখনকে
makhôn (semantically general or indefinite) / makhônke (semantically definite)
genitive মাখনের
makhôner
locative মাখনে
makhône
Indefinite forms
nominative মাখন
makhôn
objective মাখন / মাখনকে
makhôn (semantically general or indefinite) / makhônke (semantically definite)
genitive মাখনের
makhôner
locative মাখনে
makhône
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative মাখনটা , মাখনটি
makhônṭa (colloquial), makhônṭi (formal)
মাখনগুলা, মাখনগুলো
makhôngula (colloquial), makhôngulo (formal)
objective মাখনটা, মাখনটি
makhônṭa (colloquial), makhônṭi (formal)
মাখনগুলা, মাখনগুলো
makhôngula (colloquial), makhôngulo (formal)
genitive মাখনটার, মাখনটির
makhônṭar (colloquial), makhônṭir (formal)
মাখনগুলার, মাখনগুলোর
makhôngular (colloquial), makhôngulor (formal)
locative মাখনটাতে / মাখনটায়, মাখনটিতে
makhônṭate / makhônṭay (colloquial), makhônṭite (formal)
মাখনগুলাতে / মাখনগুলায়, মাখনগুলোতে
makhôngulate / makhôngulay (colloquial), makhôngulote (formal)
Objective Note: In some dialects -রে (-re) marks this case instead of -কে (-ke).