See also: Appendix:Variations of "ina"
- 1 Translingual
- 2 Asturian
- 3 Czech
- 4 Italian
- 5 Latin
- 6 Polish
- 7 Serbo-Croatian
- 8 Slovene
- 9 Spanish
- (taxonomy) Used to form names of subtribes of animals
- (taxonomy) Used to form names of suborders of animals
- (taxonomy) Used to form names of taxa subordinate to the higher rank from which they are derived
- (taxonomy) Used to form names of genera from other genera indicating a smaller size of organism
-ina f (plural -ine)
- Alterative suffix used to form diminutives of feminine nouns.
- Derivational suffix used to form adjectives or nouns, specifically:
- Used to form the feminine of masculine nouns and given names.
- Used to form collective numerals.
- Used to derive nouns denoting a profession.
- Used to derive adjectives and nouns denoting an ethnic or geografical origin.
- Used to derive adjectives denoting composition, color or other qualities.
- (chemistry) Used to form names of chemical substances; -ine
- nominative feminine singular of
- nominative neuter plural of
- accusative neuter plural of
- vocative feminine singular of
- vocative neuter plural of
- (obsolete) Appended to nouns or proper nouns (often surnames) to form nouns meaning: wife of
declension of -ina
-ina (Cyrillic spelling -ина)
- Suffix appended to words to create a feminine nouns.
- Suffix appended to words to create a possessive form of feminine nouns.
- Suffix appended to noun roots to form an augmentative (the resulting noun is always feminine) frequently with pejorative or negative connotation.
Declension of -ina
-ina or -ína f
- added to adjectives to form an abstract noun