emä

From Sanat

emä (s.)

  • (Written Ludic) emä, -n, -d
  • (Southern Ludic) emä ~ ema (KTK), -n, -d
  • (Middle Ludic) em/ä, -än, -äd; -id
  • (Northern Ludic) em/ä, -än, -äd; -iden, -id

Translations

  • (Russian) самка
  • (Russian) матка
  • (Russian) мать
  • (Russian) родительница
  • (Russian) киль
  • (Russian) владычица
  • (Russian) фея
  • (Finnish) naaras
  • (Finnish) emo
  • (Finnish) äiti
  • (Finnish) emäpuu (veneen)
  • (Finnish) köli (LyK)

Examples

  • (Written Ludic) anup on mučoin emä
  • (Russian) тёща – мать жены

See also