enoki

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English[edit]

A bunch of enokis

Etymology[edit]

From Japanese 榎茸 (enokitake).

Noun[edit]

enoki (plural enokis)

  1. An enoki mushroom, Flammulina velutipes
    • 2006, Roy Yamaguchi et al., Roy's Fish and Seafood, ISBN 1580084826, page 231:
      Enokis have a delicate flavor and crunchy texture.

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

< Japanese

Noun[edit]

enoki

  1. enoki

Declension[edit]

Inflection of enoki (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative enoki enokit
genitive enokin enokien
partitive enokia enokeja
illative enokiin enokeihin
singular plural
nominative enoki enokit
accusative nom.? enoki enokit
gen. enokin
genitive enokin enokien
partitive enokia enokeja
inessive enokissa enokeissa
elative enokista enokeista
illative enokiin enokeihin
adessive enokilla enokeilla
ablative enokilta enokeilta
allative enokilleˣ enokeilleˣ
essive enokina enokeina
translative enokiksi enokeiksi
instructive enokein
abessive enokitta enokeitta
comitative enokeineen

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enoki

  1. rōmaji reading of エノキ