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Assamese

Etymology

From Sanskrit (vastu)

Pronunciation

Noun

o (bostu)

  1. thing; object; item

Inflection


Bengali

Etymology

From Sanskrit (vastu).

Pronunciation

Noun

o (bôstu) (objective (bôstu) or ? (bôstuke), genitive (bôstur), locative ? (bôstute))

  1. thing; object; item

Inflection

Inflection of
nominative
bôstu
objective / ?
bôstu (semantically general or indefinite) / bôstuke (semantically definite)
genitive
bôstur
locative ?
bôstute
Indefinite forms
nominative
bôstu
objective / ?
bôstu (semantically general or indefinite) / bôstuke (semantically definite)
genitive
bôstur
locative ?
bôstute
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative ? , ?
bôstu?a (colloquial) , bôstu?i (formal)
,
bôstugula (colloquial), bôstugulo (formal)
objective ?, ?
bôstu?a (colloquial), bôstu?i (formal)
,
bôstugula (colloquial), bôstugulo (formal)
genitive ,
bôstu?ar (colloquial), bôstu?ir (formal)
?, ?
bôstugular (colloquial), bôstugulor (formal)
locative / ,
bôstu?ate / bôstu?ay (colloquial), bôstu?ite (formal)
/ ,
bôstugulate / bôstugulay (colloquial), bôstugulote (formal)
Objective Note: In some dialects - (-re) marks this case instead of - (-ke).

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