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  • noun Plural form of feminine.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Interestingly, -it is said to form feminines in Hattic as in hanwasuit 'throne' so could a Hattic form *mel-it be analysed this way too?

    Missing honey

  • Interestingly, -it is said to form feminines in Hattic as in hanwasuit 'throne' so could a Hattic form *mel-it be analysed this way too?

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • My spidey senses are telling me something disturbing though, that a noun that ends in a patientive suffix -aχ used to make derivative nouns from verbs, that uses an l-genitive normally given to feminines & neuters, and that is attested in the inessive three times screams like an inanimate object more than the term for a person.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • My spidey senses are telling me something disturbing though, that a noun that ends in a patientive suffix -aχ used to make derivative nouns from verbs, that uses an l-genitive normally given to feminines & neuters, and that is attested in the inessive three times screams like an inanimate object more than the term for a person.

    Ammendments to Etruscan Dictionary Draft 005

  • In the same way they lengthen genitive singulars in [Greek omitted], as [Greek omitted], and genitive feminines in [Greek omitted], as [Greek omitted],

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • Getting clear, at length, of this crowd of feminines, "presto" was the word, and away we bowled along one of the most beautiful roads I have ever seen.

    Kathay: A Cruise in the China Seas

  • Was it because Heine lived for years in Paris on the adulation of advanced feminines?

    The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915 What Americans Say to Europe

  • I can't say whether the feminines are quite so particular; I am not so certain on that point, but then you must make every allowance, they have a deal to put up with.

    Leslie Ross: or, Fond of a Lark

  • -- Are not _Baxter_ and _Tupster_ the feminines of _Baker_ and _Tapper_?

    Notes and Queries, Number 21, March 23, 1850

  • Objects of fear and reverence would be usually masculines; and objects of love and desire feminines.

    Moon Lore

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