SCSI

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See also: scsi

English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈskʌzi/
  • Homophone: scuzzy
  • According to Apple Computer Corporation documentation, pronounced sexy (Only by Apple itself)

Noun[edit]

SCSI (uncountable)

  1. (computing) Small Computer Systems Interface

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Hungarian[edit]

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Noun[edit]

SCSI (plural SCSI-k)

  1. (computing) Small Computer Systems Interface

Declension[edit]

Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative SCSI SCSI-k
accusative SCSI-t SCSI-kat
dative SCSI-nak SCSI-knak
instrumental SCSI-val SCSI-kkal
causal-final SCSI-ért SCSI-kért
translative SCSI-vá SCSI-kká
terminative SCSI-ig SCSI-kig
essive-formal SCSI-ként SCSI-kként
essive-modal
inessive SCSI-ban SCSI-kban
superessive SCSI-n SCSI-kon
adessive SCSI-nál SCSI-knál
illative SCSI-ba SCSI-kba
sublative SCSI-ra SCSI-kra
allative SCSI-hoz SCSI-khoz
elative SCSI-ból SCSI-kból
delative SCSI-ról SCSI-król
ablative SCSI-tól SCSI-któl
Possessive forms of SCSI
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. SCSI-m SCSI-jaim
2nd person sing. SCSI-d SCSI-jaid
3rd person sing. SCSI-ja SCSI-jai
1st person plural SCSI-nk SCSI-jaink
2nd person plural SCSI-tok SCSI-jaitok
3rd person plural SCSI-juk SCSI-jaik

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