krapulainen

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

krapula (hangover) +‎ -inen (-ish)

AdjectiveEdit

krapulainen (comparative krapulaisempi, superlative krapulaisin)

  1. hung over, crapulous, crapulent

Usage notesEdit

In Finnish the word "krapula" and its derivatives refer exclusively to the state of hangover, whereas in English "crapula" refers more widely to the consequences of overdrinking and overeating.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of krapulainen (Kotus type 38/nainen, no gradation)
nominative krapulainen krapulaiset
genitive krapulaisen krapulaisten
krapulaisien
partitive krapulaista krapulaisia
illative krapulaiseen krapulaisiin
singular plural
nominative krapulainen krapulaiset
accusative nom. krapulainen krapulaiset
gen. krapulaisen
genitive krapulaisen krapulaisten
krapulaisien
partitive krapulaista krapulaisia
inessive krapulaisessa krapulaisissa
elative krapulaisesta krapulaisista
illative krapulaiseen krapulaisiin
adessive krapulaisella krapulaisilla
ablative krapulaiselta krapulaisilta
allative krapulaiselle krapulaisille
essive krapulaisena krapulaisina
translative krapulaiseksi krapulaisiksi
instructive krapulaisin
abessive krapulaisetta krapulaisitta
comitative krapulaisine
Possessive forms of krapulainen (type nainen)
possessor singular plural
1st person krapulaiseni krapulaisemme
2nd person krapulaisesi krapulaisenne
3rd person krapulaisensa
Only used with substantive adjectives, -inen adjectives used for comparisons of equality or agent participles.