AlutorEdit

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-на (-na) (dual -нат, plural -нав'в'и)

  1. The third person patient suffix, marks the object of the verb.
    тыпӈылун
    I asked him
    туткынин ӄылавула
    The man is eating it

Usage notesEdit

  • If the subject is in the third person singular, the suffix -нина is used.
  • When -на is at the end of a verb, the suffix is reduced to

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MacedonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-на (-na)

  1. the definite article "the" in its distal singular form, female gender.
    Песнана ја пуштаат по цел ден.
    Pesnana ja puštaat po cel den.
    They are playing that song all day long.
  2. the definite article "the" in its distal plural form, neuter gender.
    Види како играат децана.
    Vidi kako igraat decana.
    Look how those children (over there) are playing.

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MongolianEdit

PronunciationEdit

(Ulaanbaatar) IPA(key): /n/

Etymology 1Edit

SuffixEdit

-на (-na) (complying with vowel harmony)

  1. The durative tense suffix, expressing future for dynamic verbs and present for stative verbs

-In other words, it expresses (definite) future tense, something that *will* happen.

Ex) Би нохойтойгоо тэмдэглэнэ. (I will celebrate with my dog)

Би байшин авна. (I will buy a house)

Би маргааш монгол руу ирнэ. (I will come to Mongolia tomorrow)

Etymology 2Edit

From the original stems ending in *-n suffixed with Proto-Mongolic *-a, a locative case suffix.

SuffixEdit

-на (-na) (Uyghurjin spelling ᠊ᠨ᠎ᠠ (-n-a)) (complying with vowel harmony)

  1. Forms locational adverbs from spatial roots
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