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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *gamal- through an unclear number of intermediate languages, see etymology section of camel for details. First appearance in a Finnish text in Mikael Agricola's translation of the Bible from 1548 in the form "Cameli".

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

kameli

  1. A camel.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of kameli (Kotus type 6/paperi, no gradation)
nominative kameli kamelit
genitive kamelin kamelien
kameleiden
kameleitten
partitive kamelia kameleita
kameleja
illative kameliin kameleihin
singular plural
nominative kameli kamelit
accusative nom. kameli kamelit
gen. kamelin
genitive kamelin kamelien
kameleiden
kameleitten
partitive kamelia kameleita
kameleja
inessive kamelissa kameleissa
elative kamelista kameleista
illative kameliin kameleihin
adessive kamelilla kameleilla
ablative kamelilta kameleilta
allative kamelille kameleille
essive kamelina kameleina
translative kameliksi kameleiksi
instructive kamelein
abessive kamelitta kameleitta
comitative kameleineen

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