hol'

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See also: hol, Hol, hól, hòl, hôľ, hol., and hol-

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Etymology[edit]

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Related to Finnish huoli.

Noun[edit]

hol'

  1. care
  2. concern, worry
  3. anxiety, nervousness, unrest

Inflection[edit]

Inflection of hol'
nominative sing. hol'
genitive sing. holen
partitive sing. hol't
partitive plur. holid
singular plural
nominative hol' holed
accusative holen holed
genitive holen holiden
partitive hol't holid
essive-instructive holen holin
translative holeks holikš
inessive holes holiš
elative holespäi holišpäi
illative ? holihe
adessive holel holil
ablative holelpäi holilpäi
allative holele holile
abessive holeta holita
comitative holenke holidenke
prolative hol'tme holidme
approximative I holenno holidenno
approximative II holennoks holidennoks
egressive holennopäi holidennopäi
terminative I ? holihesai
terminative II holelesai holilesai
terminative III holessai
additive I ? holihepäi
additive II holelepäi holilepäi

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