losen

GermanEdit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

losen

  1. strong masculine singular genitive form of lose.
  2. strong masculine singular accusative form of lose.
  3. strong neuter singular genitive form of lose.
  4. strong plural dative form of lose.
  5. weak masculine singular genitive form of lose.
  6. weak masculine singular dative form of lose.
  7. weak masculine singular accusative form of lose.
  8. weak feminine singular genitive form of lose.
  9. weak feminine singular dative form of lose.
  10. weak neuter singular genitive form of lose.
  11. weak neuter singular dative form of lose.
  12. weak plural nominative form of lose.
  13. weak plural genitive form of lose.
  14. weak plural dative form of lose.
  15. weak plural accusative form of lose.
  16. mixed masculine singular genitive form of lose.
  17. mixed masculine singular dative form of lose.
  18. mixed masculine singular accusative form of lose.
  19. mixed feminine singular genitive form of lose.
  20. mixed feminine singular dative form of lose.
  21. mixed neuter singular genitive form of lose.
  22. mixed neuter singular dative form of lose.
  23. mixed plural nominative form of lose.
  24. mixed plural genitive form of lose.
  25. mixed plural dative form of lose.
  26. mixed plural accusative form of lose.

VerbEdit

losen (third-person singular simple present lost, past tense loste, past participle gelost, auxiliary haben)

  1. to draw lots; to draw straws; to toss up

ConjugationEdit


Norwegian BokmålEdit

NounEdit

losen m

  1. singular definite of los

NovialEdit

DeterminerEdit

losen

  1. their (belonging to males)

PronounEdit

losen

  1. theirs (belonging to males)

Related termsEdit

Last modified on 19 March 2014, at 03:38