Template:se-infl-noun-even

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Even -stem, no gradation
Nominative {{{1}}}
Genitive {{{1}}}
Singular Plural
Nominative {{{1}}} {{{1}}}t
Accusative {{{1}}} {{{1}}}id
Genitive {{{1}}} {{{1}}}id
Illative {{{1}}}i {{{1}}}ide
Locative {{{1}}}s {{{1}}}in
Comitative {{{1}}}in {{{1}}}iguin
Essive {{{1}}}n
Possessive forms
Singular Dual Plural
1st person {{{1}}}n {{{1}}}me {{{1}}}met
2nd person {{{1}}}t {{{1}}}de {{{1}}}det
3rd person {{{1}}}s {{{1}}}ska {{{1}}}set

This template shows an inflection table for Northern Sami words that follow the even inflection. These words have an accusative/genitive singular form with stress on the second-last syllable. There are four varieties of the template, two for nouns and two for adjectives:

  • {{se-infl-noun-even}} and {{se-infl-adj-even}} for words that have consonant gradation. The consonants following the last stressed syllable are in the strong grade in the nominative singular, illative singular and essive, and in the weak grade in other forms.
  • {{se-infl-noun-even-ng}} and {{se-infl-adj-even-ng}} for words that do not have consonant gradation. The consonants following the last stressed syllable are the same in all forms.

This template uses Module:se-nominals as a back-end.

Parameters[edit]

1=
The stem. This is the nominative singular form.
novowel=1
Omit the final vowel in the nominative singular form. This is used for words like sápmelaš and dorvvolaš.
(nouns only) n=
Restricts the forms to a given grammatical number. Use n=s for singular only, n=p for plural only.
(nouns only) poss=
Show forms with a possessive suffix attached. Possible values are 1_s, 2_s, 3_s, 1_d, 2_d, 3_d, 1_p, 2_p, 3_p.
(nouns only) poss=-
Use this if the noun has no possessive forms.
(adjectives only) attr=, attr2=, attr3= ...
By default, the attributive form will be the same as the nominative singular. If it's different, this parameter is used to provide it.
(adjectives only) e=1
Use this if the adjective is an i-stem but the nominative singular ends in , like buorre.