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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Finnic *torvi, from earlier *towri, borrowed from a Baltic language, compare Latvian taure (bugle), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *táwros. In Baltic-Finnic a metathesis *wr > rw has occurred (compare järvi, karva). Cognates include Veps torv, Karelian torvi and Estonian tõri.

NounEdit

torvi

  1. A horn (e.g. a musical instrument).
  2. A tube or pipe, especially one that widens in one end.
  3. (colloquial) A fool.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of torvi (Kotus type 7/ovi, no gradation)
nominative torvi torvet
genitive torven torvien
partitive torvea torvia
illative torveen torviin
singular plural
nominative torvi torvet
accusative nom. torvi torvet
gen. torven
genitive torven torvien
partitive torvea torvia
inessive torvessa torvissa
elative torvesta torvista
illative torveen torviin
adessive torvella torvilla
ablative torvelta torvilta
allative torvelle torville
essive torvena torvina
translative torveksi torviksi
instructive torvin
abessive torvetta torvitta
comitative torvineen

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AdjectiveEdit

torvi

  1. Plural form of torvo

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KarelianEdit

NounEdit

torvi

  1. tube

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