Contionary:arto

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Avendonian

Pronunciation

  • (Central Avendonian) IPA(key): [ˈarto]

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *harduz.

Adjective

arto (feminine singular arto, masculine and feminine plural artu)

  1. hard

Inflection

Inflection of arto
positive number adverbial
singular plural
gender masculine arto artu artie
feminine arto artu
comparative number adverbial
singular plural
gender masculine artior artiori artiorie
feminine artiora artiore
superlative number adverbial
singular plural
gender masculine artesmo artesmi artesmie
feminine artesma artesme

Modern Gallaecian

Pronunciation

  • (Standard Calá) IPA(key): [ˈäːɾ.tʊ]

Etymology

From Proto-Celtic *arktos.

Noun

arto m (plural artos)

  1. bear

Inflection

arto — masculine noun, o-declension
  Singular Plural
direct arto artos
dative arto artú
locative airte artui

Mutation

Modern Gallaecian mutation[1]
Radical Soft Nasal
arto unchanged unchanged
1. ^ Christian Evans, (2021). “Mutation in Modern Gallaecian”, Segments (01-07), April 2021.