nokka

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

nokka

  1. beak, bill, rostrum (anatomical structure of birds)
  2. beak (any beaklike object)
  3. (pejorative) beak (human nose)
  4. spout, lip (channel through which a liquid is poured from a container)
  5. top, tip (the far end of many long objects); e.g. following objects may have a nokka: a pier, pole, crane, boom, stick and peninsula
  6. ness (promontory, cape or headland; often used in place names)
    Helsingin Katajanokan kaupunginosa on rakennettu 1800- ja 1900-lukujen vaihteessa jugend-tyyliin.
    The Katajanokka area in Helsinki was built at the shift of 19th and 20th centuries in the art deco style.

Declension[edit]

Inflection of nokka (Kotus type 10/koira, kk-k gradation)
nominative nokka nokat
genitive nokan nokkien
partitive nokkaa nokkia
illative nokkaan nokkiin
singular plural
nominative nokka nokat
accusative nom. nokka nokat
gen. nokan
genitive nokan nokkien
nokkainrare
partitive nokkaa nokkia
inessive nokassa nokissa
elative nokasta nokista
illative nokkaan nokkiin
adessive nokalla nokilla
ablative nokalta nokilta
allative nokalle nokille
essive nokkana nokkina
translative nokaksi nokiksi
instructive nokin
abessive nokatta nokitta
comitative nokkineen

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Etymology[edit]

Compare Nynorsk noko, noka.

Pronoun[edit]

nokka n, f

  1. (dialectal) something