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- -დ (-d)
-ად • (-ad)
- Adverbial case marker
- Derives adverbs from adjectives and numerals
- Derives a distributive number from numbers
- Derives a participle number from verbal nouns
- Suffixed to stems ending with a consonant. For vowel-ended stems see -დ (-d).
- In spoken language, the letter დ (d) sometimes sounds like თ (t), and as a result, that forms are found in literature rarely.