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FinnishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

laki (law) +‎ -ton (-less)

AdjectiveEdit

laiton (comparative laittomampi, superlative laittomin)

  1. illegal, illegitimate, lawless, unlawful (contrary to or forbidden by law)
  2. unlawful, illicit (not approved by law, but not invalid)
  3. lawless, extralegal (not governed by any law)
  4. lawless (not restrained by the law or by discipline)
  5. (baseball, pesäpallo) foul
DeclensionEdit
Inflection of laiton (Kotus type 34/onneton, tt-t gradation)
nominative laiton laittomat
genitive laittoman laittomien
partitive laitonta laittomia
illative laittomaan laittomiin
singular plural
nominative laiton laittomat
accusative nom. laiton laittomat
gen. laittoman
genitive laittoman laittomien
laitontenrare
partitive laitonta laittomia
inessive laittomassa laittomissa
elative laittomasta laittomista
illative laittomaan laittomiin
adessive laittomalla laittomilla
ablative laittomalta laittomilta
allative laittomalle laittomille
essive laittomana laittomina
translative laittomaksi laittomiksi
instructive laittomin
abessive laittomatta laittomitta
comitative laittomine
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NounEdit

laiton

  1. (baseball, pesäpallo) foul ball (ball that lands on foul territory)
Derived termsEdit
DeclensionEdit
Inflection of laiton (Kotus type 34/onneton, tt-t gradation)
nominative laiton laittomat
genitive laittoman laittomien
partitive laitonta laittomia
illative laittomaan laittomiin
singular plural
nominative laiton laittomat
accusative nom. laiton laittomat
gen. laittoman
genitive laittoman laittomien
laitontenrare
partitive laitonta laittomia
inessive laittomassa laittomissa
elative laittomasta laittomista
illative laittomaan laittomiin
adessive laittomalla laittomilla
ablative laittomalta laittomilta
allative laittomalle laittomille
essive laittomana laittomina
translative laittomaksi laittomiksi
instructive laittomin
abessive laittomatta laittomitta
comitative laittomineen

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

laiton

  1. Genitive singular form of laitto.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic لَاطُون(lāṭūn, copper, copper alloy), itself from Common Turkic *altun (gold). See Turkish altın, Old Turkic 𐰞𐱃𐰆𐰣(altun, gold), Karakhanid اَلْتُونْ(altūn, gold)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /lɛ.tɔ̃/
  • (file)

NounEdit

laiton m (uncountable)

  1. Brass (the alloy).

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