See also: jas, Jas, jàs, Jaś, jäs, and Jas.

Estonian edit

Etymology edit

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Suffix edit

-jas (genitive -ja, partitive -jat, comparative -jam, superlative kõige -jam)

  1. -like, creates adjectives from nouns indicating similarity
    kauss "bowl" → kausjas "bowl-shaped"
    uss "snake" → usjas "snake-like"
    puder "porridge" → puderjas "porridge-like"

Inflection edit

Declension of -jas (ÕS type 2/õpik, no gradation)
singular plural
nominative -jas -jad
accusative nom.
gen. -ja
genitive -jate
partitive -jat -jaid
illative -jasse -jatesse
-jaisse
inessive -jas -jates
-jais
elative -jast -jatest
-jaist
allative -jale -jatele
-jaile
adessive -jal -jatel
-jail
ablative -jalt -jatelt
-jailt
translative -jaks -jateks
-jaiks
terminative -jani -jateni
essive -jana -jatena
abessive -jata -jateta
comitative -jaga -jatega

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Lithuanian edit

Pronunciation edit

IPA(key): /jɐs/

Suffix edit

-jas m

  1. variant of -ias after vowels and *u̯

Declension edit

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