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Old ElvishEdit

PronouncationEdit

(Pronunciation: [fɑkulɑt])

EtymologyEdit

From O.elvish faculen (to be able to, can)

NounEdit

Faculat (Regular)

  1. (Countable)
    Eng: Ability, capability
Singular Plural Notes
Nominative faculat faculatê
Genitive faculatam faculatêm
Accusative faculatas faculatês
Locative - -
Adessive - -
Apudessive - -
Inessive dëfaculat dëfaculatêt
Intrative - -
Subessive - -
Superessive - -
Elative - -
Allative - -
Illative - -
Perlative āfaculat āfaculatïs
Prosecutive - -
Conative ïfaculat ïfaculatôt with the ability(ies) [to do something]
Inconative öfaculat öfaculatôn without the ability(ies) [to do something]; incapable
Abilative ōfaculat ōfaculatæ from (because of) the ability [to do something]