kandâ

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See also: kanda and kända

Inari Sami[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

kandâ

  1. boy, son

Inflection[edit]

Even inflection in -â[1]
singular plural
Nominative kandâ kaandah
Accusative kaandâ kaandâid
Genitive kaandâ kandâi
kaandâi
Illative kaandân kandáid
Locative kaandâst kaandâin
Comitative kandáin kandâiguin
Abessive kandâttáá kandâittáá
Essive kandân
Partitive kandâd

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