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fém (plural fémek)

  1. metal


Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative fém fémek
accusative fémet fémeket
dative fémnek fémeknek
instrumental fémmel fémekkel
causal-final fémért fémekért
translative fémmé fémekké
terminative fémig fémekig
essive-formal fémként fémekként
inessive fémben fémekben
superessive fémen fémeken
adessive fémnél fémeknél
illative fémbe fémekbe
sublative fémre fémekre
allative fémhez fémekhez
elative fémből fémekből
delative fémről fémekről
ablative fémtől fémektől
Possessive forms of fém
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. fémem fémeim
2nd person sing. fémed fémeid
3rd person sing. féme fémei
1st person plural fémünk fémeink
2nd person plural fémetek fémeitek
3rd person plural fémük fémeik

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