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HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

hat (six) +‎ -os (adjective-forming suffix)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈhɒtoʃ]
  • Hyphenation: ha‧tos

AdjectiveEdit

hatos (not comparable)

  1. sixfold (consisting of six parts)
  2. the number six
    a hatos szobaroom number six

Usage notesEdit

The following adjectives, which derive from numerals (coined with the suffix -s/-os/-as/-es/-ös), refer to items designated with a specific number, such as No. 1, No. 2 etc. (as opposed to 1st, 2nd etc.), cf. their German equivalents. These words can refer to coins and banknotes of the given denomination, public transport lines, highways (e.g. Route 66), gates or rooms of a building, cubicles or other numbered compartments, grades received in school (between 1 and 5), (round tens) a decade in a century or the approximate age of a person (“in his/her twenties” etc.), (between 0 and 59) a train, coach, or flight that departs or arrives at some time, attached to the number of minutes, (round numbers) orders of magnitude, (mostly single-digit numbers) the pronounced name or symbol of numbers, (small numbers, up to 4 or 5) groups of people being together, packages or units with a given number of pieces, numeral systems, etc. (Note: egyes, tizenegyes etc. are pronounced with a long [ggy], while tízes and húszas are pronounced with a short [i] and [u].)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -a-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative hatos hatosak
accusative hatosat hatosakat
dative hatosnak hatosaknak
instrumental hatossal hatosakkal
causal-final hatosért hatosakért
translative hatossá hatosakká
terminative hatosig hatosakig
essive-formal hatosként hatosakként
essive-modal
inessive hatosban hatosakban
superessive hatoson hatosakon
adessive hatosnál hatosaknál
illative hatosba hatosakba
sublative hatosra hatosakra
allative hatoshoz hatosakhoz
elative hatosból hatosakból
delative hatosról hatosakról
ablative hatostól hatosaktól

NounEdit

hatos (plural hatosok)

  1. the number six
  2. (music) sextet

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative hatos hatosok
accusative hatost hatosokat
dative hatosnak hatosoknak
instrumental hatossal hatosokkal
causal-final hatosért hatosokért
translative hatossá hatosokká
terminative hatosig hatosokig
essive-formal hatosként hatosokként
essive-modal
inessive hatosban hatosokban
superessive hatoson hatosokon
adessive hatosnál hatosoknál
illative hatosba hatosokba
sublative hatosra hatosokra
allative hatoshoz hatosokhoz
elative hatosból hatosokból
delative hatosról hatosokról
ablative hatostól hatosoktól
Possessive forms of hatos
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. hatosom hatosaim
2nd person sing. hatosod hatosaid
3rd person sing. hatosa hatosai
1st person plural hatosunk hatosaink
2nd person plural hatosotok hatosaitok
3rd person plural hatosuk hatosaik

SpanishEdit

NounEdit

hatos

  1. plural of hato