halli

FinnishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Scandinavian or Germanic, compare Swedish hall.

NounEdit

halli

  1. large building used for sports or exhibitions, e.g. indoor arena, gallery
  2. large room, e.g. at a railway station, lobby
DeclensionEdit
Inflection of halli (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative halli hallit
genitive hallin hallien
partitive hallia halleja
illative halliin halleihin
singular plural
nominative halli hallit
accusative nom. halli hallit
gen. hallin
genitive hallin hallien
partitive hallia halleja
inessive hallissa halleissa
elative hallista halleista
illative halliin halleihin
adessive hallilla halleilla
ablative hallilta halleilta
allative hallille halleille
essive hallina halleina
translative halliksi halleiksi
instructive hallein
abessive hallitta halleitta
comitative halleineen

Etymology 2Edit

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From halla ‎(frost). Cognate with Estonian hall.

NounEdit

halli

  1. grey seal, Halichoerus grypus
  2. dog, usually grey
DeclensionEdit
Inflection of halli (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative halli hallit
genitive hallin hallien
partitive hallia halleja
illative halliin halleihin
singular plural
nominative halli hallit
accusative nom. halli hallit
gen. hallin
genitive hallin hallien
partitive hallia halleja
inessive hallissa halleissa
elative hallista halleista
illative halliin halleihin
adessive hallilla halleilla
ablative hallilta halleilta
allative hallille halleille
essive hallina halleina
translative halliksi halleiksi
instructive hallein
abessive hallitta halleitta
comitative halleineen
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NounEdit

halli

  1. accusative singular of hal
  2. third-person singular possessive of hal
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