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Different types of pulla. Pitko on the left.

EtymologyEdit

pitkä (long) +‎ -o, according to Swedish längd (length) which is used to refer to similar baked goods

NounEdit

pitko

  1. An elongated loaf of pulla (cardamom bread), often baked in the form of a plait.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of pitko (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative pitko pitkot
genitive pitkon pitkojen
partitive pitkoa pitkoja
illative pitkoon pitkoihin
singular plural
nominative pitko pitkot
accusative nom. pitko pitkot
gen. pitkon
genitive pitkon pitkojen
partitive pitkoa pitkoja
inessive pitkossa pitkoissa
elative pitkosta pitkoista
illative pitkoon pitkoihin
adessive pitkolla pitkoilla
ablative pitkolta pitkoilta
allative pitkolle pitkoille
essive pitkona pitkoina
translative pitkoksi pitkoiksi
instructive pitkoin
abessive pitkotta pitkoitta
comitative pitkoineen
Possessive forms of pitko (type valo)
possessor singular plural
1st person pitkoni pitkomme
2nd person pitkosi pitkonne
3rd person pitkonsa

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