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kóń

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See also kon, koń, kön, and kôň

Kashubian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *konjь < Proto-Indo-European *ḱem- (hornless)

Pronunciation

Noun

kóń m.

  1. horse

Declension

Declension of kóń Singular Plural
Nominative kóń kònie
Genitive kònia kòni
Dative kòniowi kòniom
Accusative kònia kònie
Instrumental kòniã kòniama
Locative kòniu kòniach
Vocative kòniu kònie

Lower Sorbian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *konjь < Proto-Indo-European *ḱem- (hornless)

Noun

kóń m.

  1. horse

Declension

Singular Dual Plural
Nominative kóń kónja kónje
Genitive kónja kónjowu kónjow
Dative kónjoju kónjoma kónjam
Accusative kónja kónja kónje
Instrumental kónjom kónjoma kónjami
Locative kónju kónjoma kónjach

Upper Sorbian

Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *konjь < Proto-Indo-European *ḱem- (hornless)

Noun

kóń m.

  1. horse

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