FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

-s- +‎ -in; -s- probably originates from two sources:[1]

SuffixEdit

-sin

  1. Forms certain nouns, particularly those describing tools or implements.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of -sin (Kotus type 33/kytkin, no gradation)
nominative -sin -simet
genitive -simen -simien
-sinten
partitive -sinta -simia
illative -simeen -simiin
singular plural
nominative -sin -simet
accusative nom. -sin -simet
gen. -simen
genitive -simen -simien
-sinten
partitive -sinta -simia
inessive -simessa -simissa
elative -simesta -simista
illative -simeen -simiin
adessive -simella -similla
ablative -simelta -similta
allative -simelle -simille
essive -simena -simina
translative -simeksi -simiksi
instructive -simin
abessive -simetta -simitta
comitative -simineen
Possessive forms of -sin (type kytkin)
possessor singular plural
1st person -simeni -simemme
2nd person -simesi -simenne
3rd person -simensa
Inflection of -sin (Kotus type 33/kytkin, no gradation)
nominative -sin -simet
genitive -simen -simien
-sinten
partitive -sintä -simiä
illative -simeen -simiin
singular plural
nominative -sin -simet
accusative nom. -sin -simet
gen. -simen
genitive -simen -simien
-sinten
partitive -sintä -simiä
inessive -simessä -simissä
elative -simestä -simistä
illative -simeen -simiin
adessive -simellä -simillä
ablative -simeltä -similtä
allative -simelle -simille
essive -simenä -siminä
translative -simeksi -simiksi
instructive -simin
abessive -simettä -simittä
comitative -simineen
Possessive forms of -sin (type kytkin)
possessor singular plural
1st person -simeni -simemme
2nd person -simesi -simenne
3rd person -simensä

Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hakulinen, Lauri. 1941–2000. Suomen kielen rakenne ja kehitys ('The Structure and Development of the Finnish Language'). Helsinki: Otava/Helsingin yliopisto.

TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Turkic *seŋ.

SuffixEdit

-sin

  1. Suffix of verb "to be" for subject "you" (informal).
    Gençsin.You are young.

Etymology 2Edit

Unknown. Cognate with Uzbek -sin, of which does not have -ng finally. It is unrelated to Etymology 1.

SuffixEdit

-sin

  1. Suffix forming third-person singular imperative.

Usage notesEdit

  • It's used when the word's last vowel is one of "e" or "i".
  • It could be "-sun", "-sün", "-sın" according to the last vowel of the word.