aurinko

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From western dialects of Finnish, known from written sources since 1500's. Earlier origin unknown, although possibly from Baltic languages (see: Lithuanian 'aušrà' (dawn)). Other Uralic languages mostly use words related to Finnish päivä (day) and kajo (shimmer, gleam) to denote "sun". See: Estonian: päike and Enets: kaija.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈɑu̯riŋko/
  • Hyphenation: au‧rin‧ko

NounEdit

aurinko

  1. The Sun.
  2. A sun.
  3. As a modifier in compound terms (in nominative or genitive singular) signifies solar, sun- or helio-.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of aurinko (Kotus type 1/valo, nk-ng gradation)
nominative aurinko auringot
genitive auringon aurinkojen
partitive aurinkoa aurinkoja
illative aurinkoon aurinkoihin
singular plural
nominative aurinko auringot
accusative nom. aurinko auringot
gen. auringon
genitive auringon aurinkojen
partitive aurinkoa aurinkoja
inessive auringossa auringoissa
elative auringosta auringoista
illative aurinkoon aurinkoihin
adessive auringolla auringoilla
ablative auringolta auringoilta
allative auringolle auringoille
essive aurinkona aurinkoina
translative auringoksi auringoiksi
instructive auringoin
abessive auringotta auringoitta
comitative aurinkoineen

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