salko

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *salko, from Proto-Finno-Ugric *śëlkaw (cognates include Northern Sami čuolggu (lever, crowbar), Erzya сялго (sjalgo, stick), Hungarian szál (fiber), Mansi сагла (sāɣla, slat, splinter), a loan from an early descendant of Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰalgʰo (slat) (whence eg. Lithuanian žalgà, Proto-Germanic *galgô > English gallows).

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Noun[edit]

salko

  1. pole (long and slender piece of metal or especially wood, used for various construction or support purposes)
  2. flagpole, flagstaff

Declension[edit]

Inflection of salko (Kotus type 1/valo, k- gradation)
nominative salko salot
genitive salon salkojen
partitive salkoa salkoja
illative salkoon salkoihin
singular plural
nominative salko salot
accusative nom. salko salot
gen. salon
genitive salon salkojen
partitive salkoa salkoja
inessive salossa saloissa
elative salosta saloista
illative salkoon salkoihin
adessive salolla saloilla
ablative salolta saloilta
allative salolle saloille
essive salkona salkoina
translative saloksi saloiksi
instructive saloin
abessive salotta saloitta
comitative salkoineen

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