-gi

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Estonian[edit]

Adverb[edit]

-gi

  1. too, also, even
    Head uut aastat sullegi!
    Happy New Year to you, too!
  2. (in a negative sentence) not ... either, neither; not ... a/an, not ... any
    Ma ei taha anda seda sullegi.
    I do not want to give it to you either.
    Ta ei suuda rääkida ühtegi sõna inglise keeles.
    He/She cannot speak a word in English.

Usage notes[edit]

  • The informative "addition" is on the word -gi is suffixed to. Therefore sullegi ("to you, too") in the example means that "you" is not the only one to whom "Happy New Year" is wished.
  • This form is used after voiced consonants and vowels. After voiceless consonants (note: g, b, d, z, and ž are considered voiceless), the form -ki is used.

Japanese[edit]

Romanization[edit]

-gi

  1. Rōmaji transcription of

Navajo[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-gi

  1. at
    bitahgiat a place among them
    Kinłánídi óltaʼgiat the school in Flagstaff

Usage notes[edit]

-gi is more specific than -di. -gi refers to a specific place within a generalized location marked by -di. The approximate location with -di comes first, followed by the specific -gi.