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EsperantoEdit

VerbEdit

propri ‎(present propras, past propris, future propros, conditional proprus, volitive propru)

  1. to take [s.t.] for oneself; to appropriate
  2. to treat [s.t.] as if it were one's own
    • SZABÓ Imre "Tuŝu frunton", translating JÓZSEF Attila "Tedd a kezed"
      Fruntkaresu | min kun amo – | por mi propru | via mano.
      Tedd a kezed | homlokomra, | mintha kezed | kezem volna.
      Place your hand | upon my forehead | as if your hand | were my hand.

FinnishEdit

NounEdit

propri

  1. (grammar) proper noun

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of propri (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative propri proprit
genitive proprin proprien
partitive propria propreja
illative propriin propreihin
singular plural
nominative propri proprit
accusative nom. propri proprit
gen. proprin
genitive proprin proprien
partitive propria propreja
inessive proprissa propreissa
elative proprista propreista
illative propriin propreihin
adessive proprilla propreilla
ablative proprilta propreilta
allative proprille propreille
essive proprina propreina
translative propriksi propreiksi
instructive proprein
abessive propritta propreitta
comitative propreineen

Usage notesEdit

The term propri is mainly used in scientific texts and erisnimi should preferably be used in all other contexts.

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ItalianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

propri

  1. (possessive) plural of proprio

NounEdit

propri m

  1. plural of proprio

PronounEdit

propri

  1. plural of proprio
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