hapero

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NounEdit

hapero

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  1. brittlegill, russula (mushroom of the genus Russula)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of hapero (Kotus type 2/palvelu, no gradation)
nominative hapero haperot
genitive haperon haperojen
haperoiden
haperoitten
partitive haperoa haperoja
haperoita
illative haperoon haperoihin
singular plural
nominative hapero haperot
accusative nom. hapero haperot
gen. haperon
genitive haperon haperojen
haperoiden
haperoitten
partitive haperoa haperoja
haperoita
inessive haperossa haperoissa
elative haperosta haperoista
illative haperoon haperoihin
adessive haperolla haperoilla
ablative haperolta haperoilta
allative haperolle haperoille
essive haperona haperoina
translative haperoksi haperoiksi
instructive haperoin
abessive haperotta haperoitta
comitative haperoineen

AdjectiveEdit

hapero ‎(comparative haperompi, superlative haperoin)

  1. brittle (apt to break or crumble when bending)

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Usage notesEdit

Whereas hauras can be used of almost anything brittle, the term hapero is used especially of organic materials that have become brittle over time, such as old newspapers or textiles. Often it indicates extreme weakness, i.e. the material in question may break out of a mere touch. It's hardly ever used figuratively, e.g. a mind or an old person may be hauras, but not hapero.

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