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A template for automatic declension of Czech nouns.

Displays a table of declensions for a Czech noun. Automatically determines the declined forms. Based on Wikipedia's Czech declension.


Parameter Value Meaning
1. "ma" masculine animate
1. "mi" masculine inanimate
1. "f" feminine
1. "na" neuter animate
1. "ni" neuter inanimate
2. string noun without the two last letters
3. character next to last letter
4. character last letter
gs string genitive singular; used for the likes of "les"
gp string genitive plural; used for the likes of "díra"













  • What is gramatically called one pattern -- like žena -- is technically a group of patterns. Let me call members of this group subpatterns, exemplified by žena and známka, differing in dative: že, známce. Chances are many subpatterns are not covered. Instance: pes is not covered.


Issue Description Solution
ruka vs schránka genitive plural: ruk a rukou vs schránek. This demonstrates that the knowledge of the last two letters of the word is insufficient for the automatic declension of regular nouns Explicit parameter for genitive plural enabled.
číslo vs kolo Genitive plural: čísel but kol. Explicit parameter for genitive plural enabled.
sérum vs atrium Genitive plural: sér vs atrií; an issue is also in locative and instrumental plurals. Currently unavailable.
starosta vs komunista Nominative plural: starostové vs komunisté; and futher cases. Currently unavailable.
počet missing inversion: počtu, počty, etc., not početu, počety, etc. Currently unavailable.
konvence, invence, multiverbizace, ... vs krabice, slepice, jepice, ... missing inversion: konvencí, not konvenc Explicit parameter for genitive plural enabled.
palác vs tác paláce vs tácu Currently unavailable.
komunismus vs humus missing inversion: komunismu, not komunismusu, ... Currently unavailable.
jméno vs ráno jméně/jménu vs ránu By default, use -ně/-nu, enable explicit parameter for locative singular to override?


  • Exclamation mark: Exclamation marks have been removed from vocative forms, as exclamation mark is not really a part of the word form, and the word form is often used without an exclamation mark: "Petře, podej mi prosím kladívko."

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