-ად

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Georgian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-ად ‎(-ad)

  1. Adverbial case marker
  2. Derives adverbs from adjectives and numerals
    კარგი ‎(ḳargi, good) → კარგად ‎(ḳargad, well)
    პირველი ‎(ṗirveli, first) → პირველად ‎(ṗirvelad, firstly)
  3. Derives a distributive number from numbers
  4. Derives a participle number from verbal nouns
    აალება ‎(aaleba, ignition) → აალებადი ‎(aalebadi, inflammable)

Usage notes[edit]

  • Suffixed to stems ending with a consonant. For vowel-ended stems see -დ ‎(-d).
  • In spoken language, the letter ‎(d) sometimes sounds like ‎(t), and as a result, that forms are found in literature rarely.

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