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This template should be added to all entries with Old Norse strong ō-stem feminine nouns, that end in -ar in the nominative and accusative plurals. However, if it can also end in -ir in the nominative and accusative plurals, the Template:non-decl-f-o2 should be used instead.


This template uses two unnamed templates, as described below:

1 (required) the stem of the noun.
2 (required if applicable) the stem of the noun with u-umlaut.
asv Used if the accusative singular indefinite form ends in a vowel.
dsv Used if the dative singular indefinite form ends in a vowel (see example 2 below).
title Used if the box should bear another name than the pagename.

Standard parameters[edit]

  • ns nominative singular
    • nsi …indefinite
    • nsd …definite
  • np nominative plural
    • npi …indefinite
    • npd …definite
  • as accusative singular
    • asi …indefinite
    • asd …definite
  • ap accusative plural
    • api …indefinite
    • apd …definite
  • ds dative singular
    • dsi …indefinite
    • dsd …definite
  • dp dative plural
    • dpi …indefinite
    • dpd …definite
  • gs genitive singular
    • gsi …indefinite
    • gsd …definite
  • gp genitive plural
    • gpi …indefinite
    • gpd …definite


( 1 ) mǫn has the stem man, which with u-umlaut becomes mǫn. Therefore 1=man and 2=mǫn.

( 2 ) dróttning is its own stem. But dróttning ends in a vowel -u in the dative singular, which shortens the definite ending -inni to -nni. Therefore dsv=dróttningu.