Template:da-noun

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da-noun


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==Danish==

===Noun===
{{da-noun|en|er}}

# [[car]], [[automobile]]

Usage[edit]

  1. (optional) the suffix for the singular definite: en, n, et or t; otherwise it is taken as the complete word.
  2. (optional) the suffix for the plural indefinite: er, r, e, s; otherwise it is taken as the complete word. If a single hyphen ("-"), the word is taken to be uncountable. If missing, plural indefinite is the same as singular indefinite.
  • com: the word when used as the first part of a compound: e, s, - are interpreted as suffixes or no change; otherwise the whole word should be given, including a hyphen at the end.
  • g: the gender, c or n; if first unnamed argument is one of "en|n|et|t" it is not needed, but else it should be given.
  • base: is the singular indefinite, default PAGENAME, usually not needed
  • dc=1: for when consonant doubling is in effect.
  • stem: for when the inflected forms are not simply the lemma with a suffix, e.g. gymnasium (gymnasi- +et, +er; equivalently, gymnasie- +t, +r).
  • sg-def-2: if there are two correct variations of the singular definite, must be the complete word.
  • pl-indef-2: if there are two correct variations of the plural indefinite, must be the complete word.

Examples[edit]

stol:

{{da-noun|en|e|e}}
stol c (singular definite stolen, plural indefinite stole)

nul:

{{da-noun|et|er|-|dc=1}}
nul n (singular definite nullet, plural indefinite nuller)

chip:

{{da-noun|en|chips|pl-indef-2=chip|dc=1}}
chip c (singular definite chippen, plural indefinite chips or chip)

mus:

{{da-noun|en||e}}
mus c (singular definite musen, plural indefinite mus)

arbejde:

{{da-noun|t|-|arbejds-}}
arbejde n (singular definite arbejdet, not used in plural form)

See also[edit]