Category:Russian hard-stem feminine-form accent-a nouns

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  1. валериана
  2. валерьяна
  3. гемината
  4. педрила
  5. партита
  6. колчаковщина
  7. Зарема
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  1. Вѣна
  2. -изна
  3. Аѳины
  4. мѣна
  5. невѣста
  6. побѣда
  7. -овна
  8. -ба
  9. баба-яга
  10. Баба-яга

Fundamental » All languages » Russian » Lemmas » Nouns » Nouns by inflection type » Nouns by stem type and gender » Hard-stem feminine-form » Accent-a

Russian hard-stem, usually feminine nouns, normally ending in -а in the nominative singular and -ы in the nominative plural. The stem ends in a hard consonant and is Zaliznyak's type 1. This is traditionally considered to belong to the 1st declension. This noun is stressed according to accent pattern a.

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