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See also: -inas



  • IPA(key): [ˈinɒʃ]
  • Hyphenation: inas

Etymology 1[edit]

ín +‎ -as


inas (not comparable)

  1. tendinous, sinewy, (of meat) stringy

Etymology 2[edit]

Controversial origin

  • Nominal derivation of the adjective inas.
  • From a Slavic language, compare Slovak junoš (young man).


inas (plural inasok)

  1. apprentice
  2. valet, man-servant, footman
Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative inas inasok
accusative inast inasokat
dative inasnak inasoknak
instrumental inassal inasokkal
causal-final inasért inasokért
translative inassá inasokká
terminative inasig inasokig
essive-formal inasként inasokként
inessive inasban inasokban
superessive inason inasokon
adessive inasnál inasoknál
illative inasba inasokba
sublative inasra inasokra
allative inashoz inasokhoz
elative inasból inasokból
delative inasról inasokról
ablative inastól inasoktól
Possessive forms of inas
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. inasom inasaim
2nd person sing. inasod inasaid
3rd person sing. inasa inasai
1st person plural inasunk inasaink
2nd person plural inasotok inasaitok
3rd person plural inasuk inasaik
Derived terms[edit]