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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Finnic *hap'oin, from Proto-Finno-Ugric *čappa. Cognates include Estonian hapu and Hungarian savanyú. The declension has been levelled to a plain m-stem.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈhɑpɑn/, [ˈhɑpɑn]
  • Rhymes: -ɑpɑn
  • Hyphenation: ha‧pan

AdjectiveEdit

hapan (comparative happamampi or happamempi, superlative happamin)

  1. sour, acid in taste
  2. sour, peevish, irritable, grumpy, fretful, ill-tempered
  3. (chemistry) acidic, acid
  4. (geology, mineralogy) felsic

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of hapan (Kotus type 35/lämmin, pp-p gradation)
nominative hapan happamat
genitive happaman happamien
partitive hapanta happamia
illative happamaan happamiin
singular plural
nominative hapan happamat
accusative nom. hapan happamat
gen. happaman
genitive happaman happamien
happamainrare
partitive hapanta happamia
inessive happamassa happamissa
elative happamasta happamista
illative happamaan happamiin
adessive happamalla happamilla
ablative happamalta happamilta
allative happamalle happamille
essive happamana happamina
translative happamaksi happamiksi
instructive happamin
abessive happamatta happamitta
comitative happamine
Inflection of hapan (Kotus type 33/kytkin, pp-p gradation)
nominative hapan happamet
genitive happamen happamien
hapanten
partitive hapanta happamia
illative happameen happamiin
singular plural
nominative hapan happamet
accusative nom. hapan happamet
gen. happamen
genitive happamen happamien
hapanten
partitive hapanta happamia
inessive happamessa happamissa
elative happamesta happamista
illative happameen happamiin
adessive happamella happamilla
ablative happamelta happamilta
allative happamelle happamille
essive happamena happamina
translative happameksi happamiksi
instructive happamin
abessive happametta happamitta
comitative happamine

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AdjectiveEdit

hapan

  1. sour