morsian

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *morcjan, of Baltic origin; compare Lithuanian marti (daughter-in-law), Old Prussian mārtjan (bride, sister-in-law). Cognates in other Finnic languages include Estonian mõrsja (bride), Ingrian morssia (bride), Karelian moršien (bride), Veps murzei (bride, sister-in-law).

Noun[edit]

morsian

  1. bride (woman in the context of her own wedding)
  2. fiancée (woman who is engaged to be married)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of morsian (Kotus type 33/kytkin, no gradation)
nominative morsian morsiamet
genitive morsiamen morsiamien
morsianten
partitive morsianta morsiamia
illative morsiameen morsiamiin
singular plural
nominative morsian morsiamet
accusative nom. morsian morsiamet
gen. morsiamen
genitive morsiamen morsiamien
morsianten
partitive morsianta morsiamia
inessive morsiamessa morsiamissa
elative morsiamesta morsiamista
illative morsiameen morsiamiin
adessive morsiamella morsiamilla
ablative morsiamelta morsiamilta
allative morsiamelle morsiamille
essive morsiamena morsiamina
translative morsiameksi morsiamiksi
instructive morsiamin
abessive morsiametta morsiamitta
comitative morsiamineen

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