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Particularly: “Unmarried girls didn't cover their hair denoting their unmarried status, originally the word meant: with uncovered hair


  • IPA(key): [ˈhɒjɒdon]
  • Hyphenation: ha‧ja‧don


hajadon (not comparable)

  1. unmarried, single (female)

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hajadon (plural hajadonok)

  1. maiden, girl


Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative hajadon hajadonok
accusative hajadont hajadonokat
dative hajadonnak hajadonoknak
instrumental hajadonnal hajadonokkal
causal-final hajadonért hajadonokért
translative hajadonná hajadonokká
terminative hajadonig hajadonokig
essive-formal hajadonként hajadonokként
inessive hajadonban hajadonokban
superessive hajadonon hajadonokon
adessive hajadonnál hajadonoknál
illative hajadonba hajadonokba
sublative hajadonra hajadonokra
allative hajadonhoz hajadonokhoz
elative hajadonból hajadonokból
delative hajadonról hajadonokról
ablative hajadontól hajadonoktól
Possessive forms of hajadon
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. hajadonom hajadonaim
2nd person sing. hajadonod hajadonaid
3rd person sing. hajadona hajadonai
1st person plural hajadonunk hajadonaink
2nd person plural hajadonotok hajadonaitok
3rd person plural hajadonuk hajadonaik

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