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EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

maha

  1. (archaic) A kind of monkey; the wanderoo.
    • Richard Lydekker
      The natives, who designate the latter as the Maha, or Great Wanderu, to distinguish it from the Kala, or Black one []

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BretonEdit

VerbEdit

maha

  1. to press

EstonianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Irregular illative of maa (earth, ground).

AdverbEdit

maha

  1. down
    Tule maha!
    Come down!
  2. into the ground
    Me panime eile kartulid maha.
    We planted the potatoes yesterday. (lit. "We put the potatoes into the ground yesterday".)
  3. off
    Kütt võttis rebaselt naha maha.
    The hunter skinned the fox. (lit. "The hunter took the skin off of the fox".)

FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Germanic language, compare Swedish mage and German Magen.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

maha

  1. belly

Usage notesEdit

Maha is often used when talking about both the outer and the inner part and vatsa when talking about the inner, but especially in speech the usage of these words is often very mixed up.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of maha (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative maha mahat
genitive mahan mahojen
partitive mahaa mahoja
illative mahaan mahoihin
singular plural
nominative maha mahat
accusative nom. maha mahat
gen. mahan
genitive mahan mahojen
mahainrare
partitive mahaa mahoja
inessive mahassa mahoissa
elative mahasta mahoista
illative mahaan mahoihin
adessive mahalla mahoilla
ablative mahalta mahoilta
allative mahalle mahoille
essive mahana mahoina
translative mahaksi mahoiksi
instructive mahoin
abessive mahatta mahoitta
comitative mahoineen

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KarelianEdit

NounEdit

maha

  1. stomach

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

maha m

  1. religious festival

DeclensionEdit


TahitianEdit

Tahitian cardinal numbers
 <  3 4 5  > 
    Cardinal : maha

NumeralEdit

maha

  1. (cardinal) four
    nā ta'ata/tā’ata e mahafour people

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