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Mistakes in the adjective forms[edit]

The adjective declension is wrong. I would correct it myself, but the template is too cryptic for the little time I have on my hands right now. Here are the mistakes:

  • masculine, plural, nominative, indefinite: cotidieni
  • masculine, plural, nominative, definite: cotidienii
  • masculine, plural, genitive, indefinite: cotidieni
  • masculine, plural, genitive, definite: cotidienilor
  • feminine, singular, genitive, indefinite: cotidiene
  • feminine, singular, genitive, definite: cotidienei
  • feminine, plural, nominative, indefinite: cotidiene
  • feminine, plural, nominative, definite: cotidienele
  • feminine, plural, genitive, indefinite: cotidiene
  • feminine, plural, genitive, definite: cotidienelor

The rule is that when the ending stats with an e or an i, the a in the root changes into an e. I suspect the right template for doing this automatically is missing. --AdiJapan 05:32, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

I fixed it. The problem is that the dictionaries don't agree on the plural forms, so I had to choose one version. I went for the newer dictionaries. --AdiJapan 08:49, 10 February 2009 (UTC)