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  • IPA(key): [ˈroɲɟ]
  • Hyphenation: rongy


rongy (comparative rongyabb, superlative legrongyabb)

  1. good-for-nothing
    rongy alak - rotter, cad
    rongy idő - awful weather


rongy (plural rongyok)

  1. cloth
  2. rag


Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative rongy rongyok
accusative rongyot rongyokat
dative rongynak rongyoknak
instrumental ronggyal rongyokkal
causal-final rongyért rongyokért
translative ronggyá rongyokká
terminative rongyig rongyokig
essive-formal rongyként rongyokként
inessive rongyban rongyokban
superessive rongyon rongyokon
adessive rongynál rongyoknál
illative rongyba rongyokba
sublative rongyra rongyokra
allative rongyhoz rongyokhoz
elative rongyból rongyokból
delative rongyról rongyokról
ablative rongytól rongyoktól
Possessive forms of rongy
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. rongyom rongyaim
2nd person sing. rongyod rongyaid
3rd person sing. rongya rongyai
1st person plural rongyunk rongyaink
2nd person plural rongyotok rongyaitok
3rd person plural rongyuk rongyaik

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