mõrsja

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Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

According to EES, a borrowing from Baltic, cf., Lithuanian marti (bride), Latvian mārša (sister-in-law), Old Prussian martin (bride). Cognates in other Finnic languages include Finnish morsian (bride), Ingrian morssia (bride), Karelian moršien (bride), Veps murzei (bride, sister-in-law).

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Noun[edit]

mõrsja (genitive mõrsja, partitive mõrsjat)

  1. bride

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