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-om

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Esperanto

Suffix

-om

  1. -quantity (correlative ending of quantity)

Derived terms

  • kiom: what quantity, how many, how much
  • tiom: that quantity, that many, that much
  • ĉiom: every quantity, all [of something]
  • iom: indeterminate quantity, some
  • neniom: no quantity, none

Hungarian

Pronunciation

Suffix

-om

  1. First person singular possessive suffix. Added to back vowel words. The front vowel suffixes are -em, -öm. Words ending in a vowel use -m.
    kor (age) - a korom, az én korom (my age)

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