diggari

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the verb digata (to like someone or something), a borrowing from American slang English to dig.

Noun[edit]

diggari

  1. fan, digger (one who digs something); often in compounds, e.g. jazz-diggari ("jazz digger")

Declension[edit]

Inflection of diggari (Kotus type 6/paperi, no gradation)
nominative diggari diggarit
genitive diggarin diggarien
diggareiden
diggareitten
partitive diggaria diggareita
diggareja
illative diggariin diggareihin
singular plural
nominative diggari diggarit
accusative nom.? diggari diggarit
gen. diggarin
genitive diggarin diggarien
diggareiden
diggareitten
partitive diggaria diggareita
diggareja
inessive diggarissa diggareissa
elative diggarista diggareista
illative diggariin diggareihin
adessive diggarilla diggareilla
ablative diggarilta diggareilta
allative diggarilleˣ diggareilleˣ
essive diggarina diggareina
translative diggariksi diggareiksi
instructive diggarein
abessive diggaritta diggareitta
comitative diggareineen