See also: Loka, lokā, and lô-kà

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EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

loko +‎ -a

AdjectiveEdit

loka ‎(accusative singular lokan, plural lokaj, accusative plural lokajn)

  1. local

FinnishEdit

(index lo)

NounEdit

loka

  1. Mud, dirt (wet).

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of loka (Kotus type 10/koira, k- gradation)
nominative loka loat
genitive loan lokien
partitive lokaa lokia
illative lokaan lokiin
singular plural
nominative loka loat
accusative nom. loka loat
gen. loan
genitive loan lokien
lokainrare
partitive lokaa lokia
inessive loassa loissa
elative loasta loista
illative lokaan lokiin
adessive loalla loilla
ablative loalta loilta
allative loalle loille
essive lokana lokina
translative loaksi loiksi
instructive loin
abessive loatta loitta
comitative lokineen

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IcelandicEdit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

loka

  1. final
    Lokakafli.
    Final chapter.

NounEdit

loka f

  1. a latch, a catch of wood or metal used to fasten a door etc
  2. (music) a stop, a device on a flute etc for covering the holes in order to vary the pitch, or knobs for bringing certain pipes into use on an organ

SynonymsEdit

  • (a latch): klinka f
  • (a stop, a device on a flute for covering the holes): loftop n

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VerbEdit

loka

  1. to close, to shut
  2. to shut off
  3. to lock
  4. to barricade
  5. to bolt
  6. to blockade
  7. (music) to stop, to close (a hole, e.g. on a flute) or press down (a string on a violin etc) in order to play a particular note

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LatvianEdit

NounEdit

loka m

  1. genitive singular form of loks

AdjectiveEdit

loka

  1. (dialectal form) genitive singular masculine form of loks
  2. (dialectal form) nominative singular feminine form of loks

Norwegian BokmålEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

loka n

  1. definite plural of lok

Norwegian NynorskEdit

NounEdit

loka n

  1. definite plural of lok

PaliEdit

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NounEdit

loka m

  1. world

DeclensionEdit