ankea

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See also: änkeä

Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *ankeda, from Proto-Germanic *ang(w)ijaz. Cognates include English anger, Swedish ånger.

Adjective[edit]

ankea (comparative ankeampi, superlative ankein)

  1. dreary, drab, dull (colorless, cheerless)
  2. dismal, dreary (gloomy and bleak)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of ankea (Kotus type 15/korkea, no gradation)
nominative ankea ankeat
genitive ankean ankeiden
ankeitten
partitive ankeaa
ankeata
ankeita
illative ankeaan ankeisiin
ankeihin
singular plural
nominative ankea ankeat
accusative nom. ankea ankeat
gen. ankean
genitive ankean ankeiden
ankeitten
ankeainrare
partitive ankeaa
ankeata
ankeita
inessive ankeassa ankeissa
elative ankeasta ankeista
illative ankeaan ankeisiin
ankeihin
adessive ankealla ankeilla
ablative ankealta ankeilta
allative ankealle ankeille
essive ankeana ankeina
translative ankeaksi ankeiksi
instructive ankein
abessive ankeatta ankeitta
comitative ankeine

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