English-Belarusian Dictionary
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Verbs 1st Conjuction
Verbs 2nd Conjuction
Conjuction of be give & eat
Perfective Verbs
Adjective Declention
Masculin Nouns
Femininum Nouns
Neutrum Nouns
Cyrilic vs. Latin Blr Orthography

Femininum (Noun declention)

a. Nouns ending with "a"
e.g. haava (head), ziamla (earth), ruka (hand), malitva (prayer)

(remember: for femininum nouns: 1st case = 7th case)
(warning: in noun ziamla, unstressed "e" in plural form changes into unstressed "a" in singularum problem of transformation o "e" into "a" is more complex (unlike "o" -> "a") and will be described later)
Case singularum pluralum
1. haaw-a ziaml-a malitv-a haov-y zieml-i malitv-y
2. haav-y ziaml-i malitv-y haow / haov-aw ziamiel / zieml-aw malitv-aw
3. haav-ie ziaml-e malitv-ie haov-am zieml-am malitv-am
4. haav-u ziaml-u malitv-u = 1. = 1. = 1.
5. haav-oj ziaml-oj malitv-oj haov-ami zieml-ami malitv-ami
6. haav-ie ziaml-e malitv-ie haov-ach zieml-ach malitv-ach

b. Nouns ending with a consonant
e.g. ko (bone), my (mouse), re (thing), krow (blood)

Case singularum pluralum
1. 4. 7. ko re my koc-i re-y my-y
2. kac-i re-y my-y kaci-ej re-aw my-ej
3. kac-i re-y my-y kaci-om re-am my-om
5. kaci-oj(u) /
re-aj(u) /
my-aj(u) /
kaci-ami re-mi my-ami
6. kac-i re-y my-y kaci-och re-ach my-och

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