See also: isin, ISIN, işin, Işın, ísin, ısın, and ışın

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Finnic *-(i)cin. Related to Estonian -si and Livonian . Probably originally an instructive plural form of *-inen (-inen), at least in the non-temporal sense.

SuffixEdit

-isin

  1. The case suffix denoting temporal distributive; always used with plural "-i-".
    aamu (morning) → aamuisin (in the mornings)
    maanantai (Monday) → maanantaisin (on Mondays)
    kesä (summer) → kesäisin (in the summers)
  2. Used to form some adverbs.
    väki + ‎-isin → ‎väkisin

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