See also: nov, nov-, Nov., and Nov

Translingual edit

Etymology edit

Abbreviation of Latin novus or any of its inflected forms.

Adjective edit


  1. New.
    • 1987 May 29, R. V. Southcott, “The classification of the mite families Trombellidae and Johnstonianidae and related groups, with the description of a new larva (Acarina: Trombellidae: Nothrotrombidium) from North America”, in Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, volume 3, part 1 (in English), Adelaide, S.A.: The Society, page 26, column 1:
      In this paper a second larval species of Nothrotrombidium, N. treati sp. nov., is described from a noctuid moth in North America.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:nov..

Synonyms edit

French edit

Noun edit


  1. Abbreviation of novembre (November): Nov

Hungarian edit

Etymology edit

Abbreviation of november (November).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈnovɛmbɛr]
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Noun edit

nov. (plural nov.-ek)

  1. Nov, Nov. (November)

Declension edit

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative nov. nov.-ek
accusative nov.-t nov.-eket
dative nov.-nek nov.-eknek
instrumental nov.-rel nov.-ekkel
causal-final nov.-ért nov.-ekért
translative nov.-ré nov.-ekké
terminative nov.-ig nov.-ekig
essive-formal nov.-ként nov.-ekként
inessive nov.-ben nov.-ekben
superessive nov.-en nov.-eken
adessive nov.-nél nov.-eknél
illative nov.-be nov.-ekbe
sublative nov.-re nov.-ekre
allative nov.-hez nov.-ekhez
elative nov.-ből nov.-ekből
delative nov.-ről nov.-ekről
ablative nov.-től nov.-ektől
possessive - singular
nov.-é nov.-eké
possessive - plural
nov.-éi nov.-ekéi
Possessive forms of nov.
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. nov.-em nov.-eim
2nd person sing. nov.-ed nov.-eid
3rd person sing. nov.-e nov.-ei
1st person plural nov.-ünk nov.-eink
2nd person plural nov.-etek nov.-eitek
3rd person plural nov.-ük nov.-eik

See also edit

Norwegian edit

Noun edit


  1. Abbreviation of november.