See also: rita, Rita, Ríta, ritā, and rīta

LatvianEdit

NounEdit

rītā m

  1. locative singular form of rīts

AdverbEdit

rītā

  1. in, during the morning
    Synonym: no rīta
    rītā priekšstrādnieks zirgus nokašāja ar skrāpiin the morning the foreman scraped (= brushed) the horses with a horse comb
  2. tomorrow
    Synonym: rīt
    rītā pēc pusdienas beigt darbuto finish work tomorrow after midday

Usage notesEdit

Rīt is an adverb, meaning “tomorrow,” whereas rītdiena is a noun, meaning “(the day of) tomorrow.” Rīts, on the other hand, is a noun, meaning “morning.” The corresponding locative rītā can mean both “in the morning” (more frequently: no rīta) and “tomorrow” (more frequently: rīt).

AntonymsEdit