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  • IPA(key): [ˈbaːt͡ʃi]
  • Hyphenation: bá‧csi


bácsi (plural bácsik)

  1. uncle

Usage notes[edit]

Usually not a relative, used after the given or family name in case of great age difference.


Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative bácsi bácsik
accusative bácsit bácsikat
dative bácsinak bácsiknak
instrumental bácsival bácsikkal
causal-final bácsiért bácsikért
translative bácsivá bácsikká
terminative bácsiig bácsikig
essive-formal bácsiként bácsikként
inessive bácsiban bácsikban
superessive bácsin bácsikon
adessive bácsinál bácsiknál
illative bácsiba bácsikba
sublative bácsira bácsikra
allative bácsihoz bácsikhoz
elative bácsiból bácsikból
delative bácsiról bácsikról
ablative bácsitól bácsiktól
Possessive forms of bácsi
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. bácsim bácsijaim
2nd person sing. bácsid bácsijaid
3rd person sing. bácsija bácsijai
1st person plural bácsink bácsijaink
2nd person plural bácsitok bácsijaitok
3rd person plural bácsijuk bácsijaik


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