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The plural declension of the words in nominative, genitive and partitive case is discussed under each lesson separately.
However all the other 11 cases follow the same pattern and they are constructed by adding the usual endings to the genitive plural form.
A word that is declined in the plural generally consits of the following parts, which are easy to distinguish:
PARTITIVE STEM + PLURAL INDICATOR -de/-te + CASE ENDING
The following example shows how the noun vend 'brother' is declined in the singular and plural.
Adjectives in the plural are declined in the same way as in the singular - they usually take the same forms as the nouns they modify. Only for the last four case forms, the adjective remains in the genitive form, whereas the noun takes the -ni, -na, -ta, -ga ending.
When two or more plural nouns are mentioned in a series, the case endings for the comitative and abessive are usually added only to the last noun (like in the singular).
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