mortadella

EnglishEdit

 
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A big mortadella

EtymologyEdit

From Italian mortadella, from diminutive of Latin murtatum (sausage seasoned with myrtle berries), from myrtatum, from myrtus, from Ancient Greek μύρτον (múrton).

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NounEdit

mortadella (plural mortadellas)

  1. A smooth-textured Italian pork sausage with lumps of fat, flavoured with spices; eaten cold.

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FinnishEdit

NounEdit

mortadella

  1. mortadella

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of mortadella (Kotus type 9/kala, no gradation)
nominative mortadella mortadellat
genitive mortadellan mortadellojen
partitive mortadellaa mortadelloja
illative mortadellaan mortadelloihin
singular plural
nominative mortadella mortadellat
accusative nom. mortadella mortadellat
gen. mortadellan
genitive mortadellan mortadellojen
mortadellainrare
partitive mortadellaa mortadelloja
inessive mortadellassa mortadelloissa
elative mortadellasta mortadelloista
illative mortadellaan mortadelloihin
adessive mortadellalla mortadelloilla
ablative mortadellalta mortadelloilta
allative mortadellalle mortadelloille
essive mortadellana mortadelloina
translative mortadellaksi mortadelloiksi
instructive mortadelloin
abessive mortadellatta mortadelloitta
comitative mortadelloineen
Possessive forms of mortadella (type kala)
possessor singular plural
1st person mortadellani mortadellamme
2nd person mortadellasi mortadellanne
3rd person mortadellansa

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a diminutive of Latin murtatum (sausage seasoned with myrtle berries), from myrtatum, from myrtus, from Ancient Greek μύρτον (múrton).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /mor.taˈdɛl.la/
  • Hyphenation: mor‧ta‧dèl‧la
 
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NounEdit

mortadella f (plural mortadelle)

  1. mortadella