See also: Elva

Crimean Tatar edit

Etymology edit

Arabicحَلْوَى(ḥalwā)

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elva

  1. helva, a sweet prepared in many varieties with sesame oil

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elva m or f

  1. definite feminine singular of elv

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elva f

  1. definite singular of elv

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 ←  10 11 12  → 
    Cardinal: elva
    Ordinal: elfte
    Ordinal abbreviation: 11:e
    Multiplier: elvafaldig
    Fractional: elftedel

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From Old Swedish ællivu, from Proto-Germanic *ainalif, a compound of *ainaz and *-lif. Compare Norwegian and Danish elleve, Icelandic ellefu and Faroese ellivu.

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elva

  1. eleven

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elva c

  1. a group of eleven, a football (soccer) team (with eleven players)
  2. a participant in 11th position

Declension edit

Declension of elva 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative elva elvan elvor elvorna
Genitive elvas elvans elvors elvornas

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