Declension of Latvian Nouns

Latvian is an Eastern Baltic language spoken in Latvia. The Latvian language is an extensively inflected language, with complex nominal and verbal morphology.

There are two grammatical genders in Latvian (masculine and feminine) and two numbers, singular and plural. Nouns, adjectives, and declinable participles decline into seven cases: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, locative, and vocative. There are six declensions for nouns.

Decline Latvian Nouns

Fill in the noun in its glossary look-up form.
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See also: Conjugate Latvian verbs

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References

  • Eckert Rainer et al.. Die baltischen Sprachen. Eine Einf├╝hrung. Langenscheidt Verlag. Leipzig, 1994.
  • Bielenstein, A.. Handbuch der lettischen Sprache. Mitau, 1863.