tuska

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Finnish[edit]

(index tu)

Etymology[edit]

From Russian тоска́ ‎(toská, melancholy).

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Noun[edit]

tuska

  1. Pain, distress, agony, suffering.

Declension[edit]

Inflection of tuska (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative tuska tuskat
genitive tuskan tuskien
partitive tuskaa tuskia
illative tuskaan tuskiin
singular plural
nominative tuska tuskat
accusative nom. tuska tuskat
gen. tuskan
genitive tuskan tuskien
tuskainrare
partitive tuskaa tuskia
inessive tuskassa tuskissa
elative tuskasta tuskista
illative tuskaan tuskiin
adessive tuskalla tuskilla
ablative tuskalta tuskilta
allative tuskalle tuskille
essive tuskana tuskina
translative tuskaksi tuskiksi
instructive tuskin
abessive tuskatta tuskitta
comitative tuskineen

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