Explanations of notations
A adjective
Abbr abbreviation
Abe abessive
Abl ablative
Acc accusative
Act active
Ade adessive
Adp adposition (postposition or proposition)
Adv adverb
AgPrc agent participle
All allative
Card cardinal (number)
CC copulative conjunction
Cmpnd+ border between parts of a compound word
CS subordinating conjunction
Com comitative
Comp comparative
ConNeg conditional mood, negation form
Cond conditional mood
Dem demonstrative pronoun
Der_inen -inen derivation
Der_llinen -llinen derivation
Der_minen -minen derivation
Der_sti -sti derivation
Der_ttain -ttain- or -ttäin derivation
Der_tse -tse derivation
Der_u -u- or -y derivation
Dis distributive (adverb)
DRV=MAISILLA -mAisillA derivation (V infinitive)
Ela elative
Ess essive
Foc_hAn focus particle -han or -hän
Foc_kA focus particle -ka or -kä
Foc_kAAn focus particle -kaan or -kään
Foc_kO focus particle -ko or -kö
Foc_ki nfocus particle -kin
Foc_pA focus particle -pa or -pä
Foc_s focus particle -s
Gen genitive
Ill illative
Imprt imperative
Indef indefinite
Ine inessive
Inf1 I infinitive
Inf2 II infinitive (E infinitive)
Inf3 III infinitive (mA infinitive)
Inf5 V infinitive (mAisillA infinitive)
Ins instructive
Interj interjection
Interr interrogative pronoun
Lat lative (interpreted as the case of the I infinitive short form)
N noun
Neg negation form
Nom nominative
Num numeral
Ord ordinal (number)
Par partitive
Pass passive
Pcle particle
Pe4 4th person (”passive”)
Pers personal (pronoun)
Pfx prefix
Pl plural
Pl1 plural 1st person
Pl2 plural 2nd person
Pl3 plural 3rd person
Pos positive
Pot potential mood
PrfPrc past (perfect) participle
Pron pronoun
Prs present tense
PrsPrc present participle
Punct punctuation mark
Px3 3rd person possessive suffix
PxPl1 plural 1st person possessive suffix
PxPl2 plural 2nd person possessive suffix
PxSg1 singular 1st person possessive suffix
PxSg2 singular 2nd person possessive suffix
Qnt quantor (pronoun)
Recipr resiprocal (pronoun)
Refl reflexive (pronoun)
Rel relative (pronoun)
Sg singular
Sg1 singular 1st person
Sg2 singular 2nd person
Sg3 singular 3rd person
Superl superlative
Tra translative
V verb
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These explanations relate to the page Search for information on Finnish words and describe results of the Analyze function (morphological analysis of Finnish words, HFST, omorfi-open morphology for Finnish). For example, for the word ”menisimme” the analysis is ”mennä<V><Act><Cond><Pl1>”, and this means that the word is a form of the verb mennä, namely (active) conditional, present tense, 1st person plural.