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See also: manna, Manna, mánna, männä, and maŋŋá

Northern Sami[edit]


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  1. child (young person)


Even, nn-n gradation
Nominative mánná
Genitive máná
Singular Plural
Nominative mánná mánát
Accusative máná mánáid
Genitive máná mánáid
Illative mánnái mánáide
Locative mánás mánáin
Comitative mánáin mánáiguin
Essive mánnán
Possessive forms
Singular Dual Plural
1st person mánnán mánnáme mánnámet
2nd person mánnát mánnáde mánnádet
3rd person mánnás mánnáska mánnáset

Derived terms[edit]