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  • IPA(key): [ˈɒkaːt͡s]
  • Hyphenation: akác


akác (plural akácok)

  1. Robinia


Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative akác akácok
accusative akácot akácokat
dative akácnak akácoknak
instrumental akáccal akácokkal
causal-final akácért akácokért
translative akáccá akácokká
terminative akácig akácokig
essive-formal akácként akácokként
inessive akácban akácokban
superessive akácon akácokon
adessive akácnál akácoknál
illative akácba akácokba
sublative akácra akácokra
allative akáchoz akácokhoz
elative akácból akácokból
delative akácról akácokról
ablative akáctól akácoktól
Possessive forms of akác
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. akácom akácaim
2nd person sing. akácod akácaid
3rd person sing. akáca akácai
1st person plural akácunk akácaink
2nd person plural akácotok akácaitok
3rd person plural akácuk akácaik

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