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EtymologyEdit

From French nougat, from Occitan nogat, from noga (nut), from Latin nux (nut). Compare Spanish nuégado.

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NounEdit

nougat (countable and uncountable, plural nougats)

  1. A confection of honey or sugar and roasted nuts, often with other ingredients.

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈnuɡɑː/, [ˈnuɡɑː]

NounEdit

nougat

  1. nougat

Usage notesEdit

As the inflection looks awkward, it may sometimes be advisable to use the Finnicized form nugaa (nougat).

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of nougat (Kotus type 22/parfait, no gradation)
nominative nougat nougat’t
genitive nougat’n nougat’iden
nougat’itten
partitive nougat’ta nougat’ita
illative nougat’han nougat’ihin
singular plural
nominative nougat nougat’t
accusative nom. nougat nougat’t
gen. nougat’n
genitive nougat’n nougat’iden
nougat’itten
partitive nougat’ta nougat’ita
inessive nougat’ssa nougat’issa
elative nougat’sta nougat’ista
illative nougat’han nougat’ihin
adessive nougat’lla nougat’illa
ablative nougat’lta nougat’ilta
allative nougat’lle nougat’ille
essive nougat’na nougat’ina
translative nougat’ksi nougat’iksi
instructive nougat’in
abessive nougat’tta nougat’itta
comitative nougat’ineen

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nougat m (plural nougats)

  1. nougat

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NounEdit

nougat m (plural nougats)

  1. nougat (a confection of honey and roasted nuts)

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NounEdit

nougat ?

  1. nougat