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NounEdit

slavens c

  1. genitive singular definite of slave

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From slava (fame) +‎ -ens.

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AdjectiveEdit

slavens (def. slavenais, comp. slavenāks, sup. visslavenākais; adv. slaveni)

  1. (of people, groups, organizations, their actions) famous, well-known, renowned
    slavens aktieris, rakstnieks, gleznotājsfamous actor, writer, painter
    slavena zinātniecefamous, renowned (female) scientist, scholar
    baleta skolotāja man pareģoja slavenu nākotnethe ballet teacher predicted for me a famous future (= predicted my future fame)
  2. (of places, institutions, enterprises, products) famous, well-known, popular, appreciated
    slavens teātrisfamous theater
    slavena ekspedīcijafamous expedition
    slavens kūrortsfamous resort
    ezers slavens ar savām salāma lake famous for its islands
    pilsēta slavena ar savu arhitektūrua city famous for its architecture
    Rīgas alus ir slavensRīga's beer is famous
  3. (rare, syn. lielisks) great, wonderful
    lieliski izpeldējos! upe jums tiešām slavenaI am swimming, bathing wonderfully! (this) river of yours (lit. to you) is really great

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NounEdit

slavens

  1. definite genitive singular of slav