Abinomn edit

Etymology edit

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

Suffix edit

-kon

  1. used to form plural nouns in certain cases (not including dual nouns)
    atamatuatamatukon
    armband → armbands
    aineainekon
    bandicoot → bandicoots

Usage notes edit

The plural rule does not apply to all nouns. For example, the plural of "kari" (barbed arrow) is "karigon". However, due to the understudied nature of the language, the pattern for which nouns use which plural suffixes remains unknown.

Derived terms edit

Garo edit

Etymology edit

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Affix edit

-kon

  1. probably, indicates that the action is not certain.
    Uamang ianona re·taijawakon.
    They will probably never come here.

Mohawk edit

Suffix edit

-kon

  1. in

References edit

  • Nora Deering; Helga H. Delisle (1976) Mohawk: A teaching grammar (preliminary version), Quebec: Manitou College, page 114

Ojibwe edit

Noun edit

-kon (obligatorily possessed)

  1. liver

Derived terms edit

Related terms edit

References edit