-nd

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-nd

  1. Marks ordinals written in digits when the final term of the spelled number is "second"
    2nd grade; 42nd Street

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Estonian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.) Compare Finnish -nti.

Suffix[edit]

-nd (genitive -ndi, partitive -ndit)

  1. Derives nouns from other nouns or verbs
    kiri "text" → kirjand "essay"
    olema "to be" → olend "creature"
    näide "example" → näidend "play"

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Etymology 2[edit]

A reduction of -nud.

Suffix[edit]

-nd

  1. (informal) Alternative form of -nud
    Ma ei käind eile poes.
    I didn't go to the store yesterday.
    Mees on õppind.
    The man has studied.

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