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Bosnian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *(j)utro (morning, dawn).

Noun

jutro n (plural jutra)

  1. morning

Declension

Declension of jutro Singular Plural
Nominative jutro jutra
Genitive jutra jutara
Dative jutru jutrima
Accusative jutro jutra
Vocative jutro jutra
Instrumental jutrom jutrima
Locative jutru jutrima



Croatian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *(j)utro (morning, dawn).

Noun

jȕtro n.

  1. morning
    Jutro kad osvanu, još sunce ne grije,
    Eto se množ ganu od sarahorije.

Declension


Polish

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *(j)utro (morning, dawn).

Pronunciation

Noun

jutro n. [[Category:Template:lang:pl nouns|jutro]]

  1. tomorrow (day after today)

Declension

Singular only
Nominative jutro
Genitive jutra
Dative jutru
Accusative jutro
Instrumental jutrem
Locative jutrze
Vocative jutrze

Adverb

jutro (not comparable)

  1. tomorrow (on the day after today)

Serbian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *(j)utro (morning, dawn).

Noun

jutro n. (plural jutra) (Cyrillic spelling јутро)

  1. morning

Declension

Declension of jutro Singular Plural
Nominative jutro jutra
Genitive jutra jutara
Dative jutru jutrima
Accusative jutro jutra
Vocative jutro jutra
Instrumental jutrom jutrima
Locative jutru jutrima



Slovene

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *(j)utro (morning, dawn).

Noun

jutro n.

  1. morning

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