See also: anālāk

Hungarian edit

Etymology edit

From -a- (linking vowel) +‎ -ná (conditional suffix) +‎ -lak (personal suffix).

Pronunciation edit

Suffix edit


  1. (personal conditional suffix) Forms the first-person singular present tense of transitive verbs with a second-person object (conditional mood, definite conjugation).
    tanít (to teach) + ‎-análak → ‎tanítanálak (I would teach you)
    Angolra tanítanálak.I would teach you English. (literally, “…to English.”)

Usage notes edit

  • (personal conditional suffix) See harmonic variants in the table below.

See also edit