Jumala

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Uralic *juma (“sky”; “god”), cognate with Baltic *Jumala, Latgalian Jumala ‎(goddess of harvest and fertility). First attested in 1026 in a description of St. Olaf's journey to Karelia, in which it appears in the form Jómali, referring to a holy statue, possibly of the sky god of the pagan Finns.

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Proper nounEdit

Jumala

  1. (Abrahamic religions) God.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of Jumala (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative Jumala
genitive Jumalan
partitive Jumalaa
illative Jumalaan
singular plural
nominative Jumala
accusative nom. Jumala
gen. Jumalan
genitive Jumalan
partitive Jumalaa
inessive Jumalassa
elative Jumalasta
illative Jumalaan
adessive Jumalalla
ablative Jumalalta
allative Jumalalle
essive Jumalana
translative Jumalaksi
instructive
abessive Jumalatta
comitative

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