slovākisks

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Latvian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From slovāks (Slovak) +‎ -isks.

Adjective[edit]

slovākisks (definite slovākiskais, comparative slovākiskāks, superlative visslovākiskākais, adverb slovākiski)

  1. Slovak (relating to the Slovak language; relating to Slovaks or to Slovakia)
    viņiem ir slovākiska izcelsmethey are of Slovak origin

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Usage notes[edit]

  • English “Slovak” as an attributive adjective usually correponds in Latvian to slovāku, the genitive plural form of slovākis. The adjective slovākisks is commonly used as a predicate (“this is Slovak”), or in its adverbial form slovākiski.
  • The forms with short a (Slovakija, slovaks, slovakisks, etc.) have been officially replaced by the forms with long ā (Slovākija, slovāks, slovākisks, etc.); they are, however, found in older texts, and still occasionally in present-day texts.

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