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katol- +‎ -inen, from Old French catholique, from Latin catholicus, from Ancient Greek καθολικός (katholikós).


katolinen (comparative katolisempi, superlative katolisin)

  1. Catholic


Inflection of katolinen (Kotus type 38/nainen, no gradation)
nominative katolinen katoliset
genitive katolisen katolisten
partitive katolista katolisia
illative katoliseen katolisiin
singular plural
nominative katolinen katoliset
accusative nom. katolinen katoliset
gen. katolisen
genitive katolisen katolisten
partitive katolista katolisia
inessive katolisessa katolisissa
elative katolisesta katolisista
illative katoliseen katolisiin
adessive katolisella katolisilla
ablative katoliselta katolisilta
allative katoliselle katolisille
essive katolisena katolisina
translative katoliseksi katolisiksi
instructive katolisin
abessive katolisetta katolisitta
comitative katolisine
Possessive forms of katolinen (type nainen)
possessor singular plural
1st person katoliseni katolisemme
2nd person katolisesi katolisenne
3rd person katolisensa
Only used with substantive adjectives, -inen adjectives used for comparisons of equality or agent participles.

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