Finnish Nouns

The declension of Finnish nouns is more complicated that conjugating Finnish verbs. The reason is that the number of verbs is more limited in Finnish, and even loan words are formed to verbs with specific endings.

Nouns on the other hand can take (almost) any shape. And loan words can be used as such, with the Finnish noun endings of course. So you could take the English word ‘sting’, and apply inflectional endins to it.

Try declining Finnish nouns:

Finnish Numbers

Finnish Numbers are inflected in the same way as Finnish Nouns.

So ‘satakaksi’ or ‘102’ have all the 15 cases as do the nouns.

Verbix is able to decline the numbers. So whether you write ‘102’ or ‘satakaksi’, Verbix will so all the inflections. Moreover, if yo write ‘102’ Verbix will also write the number as text ‘satakaksi’.

Try declining Finnish numbers: