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  • [-ik]

Notes edit

Dictionary forms of -ik verbs are sorted by the vowel and consonant sequence preceding this ending (e.g. dolgozik is on page Rhymes:Hungarian/ozik), for the following reasons:

  • Their conjugation is nearly identical to verbs without the -ik ending (e.g. gondoz), with the exception of this dictionary form (the 3rd-person singular present-tense indefinite) and (often) the 1st-person singular present-tense indefinite form (e.g. gondozok vs. dolgozom, although dolgozok also occurs in colloquial speech). As such, -ozik rhymes can be seen as subtypes of -oz rhymes.
  • There are thousands of verbs in Hungarian with the -ik ending so they need some further categorization in any case.
  • The remaining -ik words are nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and numerals, and their declension types can be compared meaningfully by excluding the -ik verbs.
-ik verb rhymes
[ɒ]: -ɒɡlik, -ɒɡzik, -ɒjlik, -ɒjzik, -ɒkik, -ɒksik, -ɒlsik, -ɒmlik, -ɒɲzik,
-ɒŋɡzik, -ɒpsik, -ɒrik, -ɒʃlik, -ɒsik, -ɒtik, -ɒtlik, -ɒt͡sːik, -ɒzik
[aː]: -aːɡzik, -aːɟik, -aːlːik, -aːlik, -aːmlik, -aːmzik,
-aːnik, -aːɲik, -aːnzik, -aːɲzik, -aːsik, -aːt͡sːik, -aːzik
[ɛ]: -ɛdik, -ɛdlik, -ɛd͡zːik, -ɛɡzik, -ɛjlik, -ɛksik, -ɛlik, -ɛlːik, -ɛmik,
-ɛnik, -ɛpsik, -ɛrsik, -ɛʃik, -ɛsik, -ɛtik, -ɛt͡sːik, -ɛzik
[eː]: -eːklik, -eːksik, -eːlːik, -eːnik, -eːɲlik,
-eːɲsik, -eːrik, -eːrzik, -eːsik, -eːʃik, -eːzik
[i]: -isik, -iklik, -ilːik, -iŋɡik, -izik, -izːik [iː]: -iːzik, -iːzlik, -iːlik
[o]: -odik, -ojik, -okik, -oklik, -omlik,
-opik, -oʃik, -oslik, -otlik, -ozik, -oʒdik
[oː]: -oːdik, -oːnik, -oːzik
[ø]: -ødik, -ød͡zːik, -øɡlik, -økik, -ømlik, -ørik, -øzik [øː]: -øːdik, -øːd͡zːik, -øːzik
[u]: -udik, -uɡrik, -ukik, -uklik, -uksik, -usik, -uzik [uː]: -uːjik, -uːlik, -uːsik, -uːvik, -uːzik
[y]: -ydik, -ylːik, -yrdik, -ysik [yː]: -yːlik, -yːnik, -yːzlik

Rhymes edit

  ‑a‑     ‑e‑    ‑i‑    ‑o‑     ‑ö‑     ‑u‑     ‑ü‑  
 -ɒk   -ɛk   -ik   -ok   -øk  -uk   -yk 
‑á‑ ‑é‑ ‑í‑ ‑ó‑ ‑ő‑ ‑ú‑ ‑ű‑
-aːk -eːk -iːk -oːk -øːk -uːk -yːk
Close vowels (i/í, u/ú, ü/ű) tend to lose distinction of length,
e.g. mindig [-dig]/[-díg], búcsú [-csu]/[-csú], sűrű [-rü]/[-rű].
 In borrowings: [-ȧ-] -ak non-syllabic:   əl   ər   ən 

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