silki

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Northern Sami[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse silki ‎(silk), ultimately from Latin sēricum. More at silk.

Noun[edit]

silki

  1. silk

Inflection[edit]

Even, lk-lkk gradation
Nominative silki
Genitive silkki
silkke
Singular Plural
Nominative silki silkkit
Accusative silkki silkkiid
Genitive silkki
silkke
silkkiid
Illative silkái silkkiide
Locative silkkis silkkiin
Comitative silkkiin silkkiiguin
Essive silkin
Possessive forms
Singular Dual Plural
1st person silkán silkáme silkámet
2nd person silkát silkáde silkádet
3rd person silkis silkiska silkiset