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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From naida ‎(to marry) +‎ -maton.

AdjectiveEdit

naimaton ‎(not comparable)

  1. unmarried, single, sole

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of naimaton (Kotus type 34/onneton, tt-t gradation)
nominative naimaton naimattomat
genitive naimattoman naimattomien
partitive naimatonta naimattomia
illative naimattomaan naimattomiin
singular plural
nominative naimaton naimattomat
accusative nom. naimaton naimattomat
gen. naimattoman
genitive naimattoman naimattomien
naimatontenrare
partitive naimatonta naimattomia
inessive naimattomassa naimattomissa
elative naimattomasta naimattomista
illative naimattomaan naimattomiin
adessive naimattomalla naimattomilla
ablative naimattomalta naimattomilta
allative naimattomalle naimattomille
essive naimattomana naimattomina
translative naimattomaksi naimattomiksi
instructive naimattomin
abessive naimattomatta naimattomitta
comitative naimattomine

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Derived termsEdit

VerbEdit

naimaton

  1. Negative participle of naida.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of naimaton (Kotus type 34/onneton, tt-t gradation)
nominative naimaton naimattomat
genitive naimattoman naimattomien
partitive naimatonta naimattomia
illative naimattomaan naimattomiin
singular plural
nominative naimaton naimattomat
accusative nom. naimaton naimattomat
gen. naimattoman
genitive naimattoman naimattomien
naimatontenrare
partitive naimatonta naimattomia
inessive naimattomassa naimattomissa
elative naimattomasta naimattomista
illative naimattomaan naimattomiin
adessive naimattomalla naimattomilla
ablative naimattomalta naimattomilta
allative naimattomalle naimattomille
essive naimattomana naimattomina
translative naimattomaksi naimattomiksi
instructive naimattomin
abessive naimattomatta naimattomitta
comitative naimattomine

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