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makee

  1. Eye dialect spelling of makes.
    • 1911, Edwin Dingle, Across China on Foot[1]:
      "Alas!" he shouted, for we were at a rapid, "my savee makee good chow.
    • 1915, Edward C. Taylor, Ted Strong's Motor Car[2]:
      "Say, Song, you see something makee you flaid this moling?" said Stella, imitating Song's pidgin English.
    • 1919, Frederick O'Brien, White Shadows in the South Seas[3]:
      My son makee for pliest."
  2. Eye dialect spelling of make.

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EtymologyEdit

Dialectal form of makea (sweet).

AdjectiveEdit

makee (comparative makeempi, superlative makein)

  1. (dialectal) sweet
  2. (slang) cool, great, beautiful

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of makee (Kotus type 20/filee, no gradation)
nominative makee makeet
genitive makeen makeiden
makeitten
partitive makeeta makeita
illative makeehen
makeeseen
makeihin
makeisiin
singular plural
nominative makee makeet
accusative nom. makee makeet
gen. makeen
genitive makeen makeiden
makeitten
partitive makeeta makeita
inessive makeessa makeissa
elative makeesta makeista
illative makeehen
makeeseen
makeihin
makeisiin
adessive makeella makeilla
ablative makeelta makeilta
allative makeelle makeille
essive makeena makeina
translative makeeksi makeiksi
instructive makein
abessive makeetta makeitta
comitative makeine

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