peruna

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FinnishEdit

(index pe)

EtymologyEdit

From Swedish päron ‎(pear) or jordpäron ‎(potato) < German Erdbirne ‎(potato, literally earth-pear), through Finnish-Swedish dialectal pärun or peerun. Same word was originally used for pears and potatoes. In its modern meaning peruna is first mentioned in a 1787 dictionary by Christfried Ganander. "Pear" is päärynä in modern Finnish.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈpe̞runɑ]
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  • Hyphenation: pe‧ru‧na
  • Rhymes: -unɑ

NounEdit

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peruna

  1. potato, Solanum tuberosum (plant and the tuber)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of peruna (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative peruna perunat
genitive perunan perunoiden
perunoitten
partitive perunaa perunoita
illative perunaan perunoihin
singular plural
nominative peruna perunat
accusative nom. peruna perunat
gen. perunan
genitive perunan perunoiden
perunoitten
perunainrare
partitive perunaa perunoita
inessive perunassa perunoissa
elative perunasta perunoista
illative perunaan perunoihin
adessive perunalla perunoilla
ablative perunalta perunoilta
allative perunalle perunoille
essive perunana perunoina
translative perunaksi perunoiksi
instructive perunoin
abessive perunatta perunoitta
comitative perunoineen

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NounEdit

peruna

  1. definite accusative singular of pera
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