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AssameseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Sanskrit মুখ (mukha). Doublet of মুহ (muh).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

মুখ (mukh)

  1. face
  2. mouth

DeclensionEdit


BengaliEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit मुख (mukha).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

মুখ (mukh) (genitive মুখের (mukher), locative মুখে (mukhe))

  1. face
  2. mouth

InflectionEdit

Inflection of মুখ
nominative মুখ
mukh
objective মুখ / মুখকে
mukh (semantically general or indefinite) / mukhke (semantically definite)
genitive মুখের
mukher
locative মুখে
mukhe
Indefinite forms
nominative মুখ
mukh
objective মুখ / মুখকে
mukh (semantically general or indefinite) / mukhke (semantically definite)
genitive মুখের
mukher
locative মুখে
mukhe
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative মুখটা , মুখটি
mukhṭa (colloquial), mukhṭi (formal)
মুখগুলা, মুখগুলো
mukhgula (colloquial), mukhgulo (formal)
objective মুখটা, মুখটি
mukhṭa (colloquial), mukhṭi (formal)
মুখগুলা, মুখগুলো
mukhgula (colloquial), mukhgulo (formal)
genitive মুখটার, মুখটির
mukhṭar (colloquial), mukhṭir (formal)
মুখগুলার, মুখগুলোর
mukhgular (colloquial), mukhgulor (formal)
locative মুখটাতে / মুখটায়, মুখটিতে
mukhṭate / mukhṭay (colloquial), mukhṭite (formal)
মুখগুলাতে / মুখগুলায়, মুখগুলোতে
mukhgulate / mukhgulay (colloquial), mukhgulote (formal)
Objective Note: In some dialects -রে (-re) marks this case instead of -কে (-ke).

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NounEdit

মুখ n

  1. Bengali script form of mukha “mouth”

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