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Dictionary:Russian inflection templates

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Adjectives

Old

{{ru-adj}} -> for comparative, superlative and adverbial form

{{ru-adj1}} ~ hard consonant (except ц) + ый (новый)

{{ru-adj2}} ~ г, к, х + ий (русский)

{{ru-adj3}} ~ ж, ш, ч, щ + ий (хороший)

{{ru-adj4}} ~ hard consonant (except г, к, х, ж, ш) + ой (молодой)

{{ru-adj5}} ~ г, к, х, ж, ш + ой (плохой / большой)

{{ru-adj6}} ~ soft consonant (except г, к, х, ч, щ) + ий (последний)

{{ru-adj7}} ~ possessive -ий (рыбий)

{{ru-adj8}} ~ possessive -ов, -ёв (отцов)

{{ru-adj9}} ~ possessive -ин (мамин)

{{ru-adj10}} ~ -цый (куцый)

New

(Note: the Old and New adjective templates are identical, use ru-adj(1-10) for new entries)

{{ru-adjective}}:

Verbs

Old

{{ru-verb}} ~ говорить {{ru-verb-pf}} ~ сказать

New

{{ru-verb-1-impf}} ~ imperfective verbs {{ru-verb-1-pf}} ~ perfective verbs

Nouns