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Atsiminimai

Posted: 2006-05-22, 19:21
by Cécile
Hi!

Woh, My first post in the lithuanian thread!
:drunk: :wink:

Is the word atsiminimai lithuanian?
Does it mean something?

Thanks!
:wink:
Cécile

Re: Atsiminimai

Posted: 2006-05-23, 10:15
by vicza
Cécile wrote:Hi!

Bonjour! :)

Is the word atsiminimai lithuanian?
Does it mean something?

Yes. "Memoirs", "reminiscences" etc

Posted: 2006-05-23, 10:21
by Mantaz
Why? ;)

Btw, welcome to Lithuanian zone :D

Posted: 2006-05-23, 10:50
by desper
Shortly, it's memories.
Singular 'atsiminimas' (although usually used in plural).

Posted: 2006-05-25, 7:37
by Cécile
Thank you!
:D :D :D


Why?

That's the nickname of someone I know... :wink:

Posted: 2006-05-31, 0:13
by nettchelobek1
How many declensions does Lithuanian have?

Posted: 2006-05-31, 0:35
by Abavagada
nettchelobek1 wrote:How many declensions does Lithuanian have?


It has 5 declensions, with 7 cases in each, plus masculine and feminine, singular and plural.


http://home.unilang.org/wiki3/index.php ... an_Grammar

http://www.abavagada.net/lith/nouns.htm

Erik / Aba

Posted: 2006-05-31, 0:43
by nettchelobek1
in overall, it seems Polish cases; How is the pronunciation?

Posted: 2006-05-31, 5:02
by Mantaz
nettchelobek1 wrote:in overall, it seems Polish cases; How is the pronunciation?


Polish? What did you mean by that?

Posted: 2006-05-31, 5:27
by nettchelobek1
that both have the same cases, but I just saw them slightly, I can't secure that they are closely related in that feature.. :roll:

Posted: 2006-05-31, 6:00
by Mantaz
nettchelobek1 wrote:that both have the same cases, but I just saw them slightly, I can't secure that they are closely related in that feature.. :roll:


So they are not Polish, I guess (Latvian and even Serbocroatian case systems are identical to Lithuanian and Polish as well).

Posted: 2006-05-31, 6:10
by nettchelobek1
oh, now I understand :D , thanks for enlighten me... :D