laho

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Proto-Finnic *laɧo, from Proto-Germanic *lāʒō.

AdjectiveEdit

laho ‎(comparative lahompi, superlative lahoin)

  1. (of wood) rotten

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of laho (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative laho lahot
genitive lahon lahojen
partitive lahoa lahoja
illative lahoon lahoihin
singular plural
nominative laho lahot
accusative nom. laho lahot
gen. lahon
genitive lahon lahojen
partitive lahoa lahoja
inessive lahossa lahoissa
elative lahosta lahoista
illative lahoon lahoihin
adessive laholla lahoilla
ablative laholta lahoilta
allative laholle lahoille
essive lahona lahoina
translative lahoksi lahoiksi
instructive lahoin
abessive lahotta lahoitta
comitative lahoine

NounEdit

laho

  1. rotten wood, especially a rotten section of wood in otherwise sound timber

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of laho (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative laho lahot
genitive lahon lahojen
partitive lahoa lahoja
illative lahoon lahoihin
singular plural
nominative laho lahot
accusative nom. laho lahot
gen. lahon
genitive lahon lahojen
partitive lahoa lahoja
inessive lahossa lahoissa
elative lahosta lahoista
illative lahoon lahoihin
adessive laholla lahoilla
ablative laholta lahoilta
allative laholle lahoille
essive lahona lahoina
translative lahoksi lahoiksi
instructive lahoin
abessive lahotta lahoitta
comitative lahoineen

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