- in the singular and the plural (it changes the ending in the plural)
- in one of the 6 cases
- of the masculine, feminine or neuter gender
- animate and inanimate
- proper and common
Russian nouns decline, they inflect (change their form): the different endings are added to the steam of the word to indicate its function in a sentence. Sometimes even the root of the word may alter as well. Russian adjectives, pronouns and numerals decline too. Their endings change according to (they agree with) the gender and the case of the modifided nouns.The case of a noun is often associated with the preposition and/or the verb that stands in front of it.
This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total.
- ► Russian animacy (1 C, 1 P)
- ► Russian cases (6 C, 25 P)
- ► Russian feminine gender (2 C, 37 P)
- ► Russian genders (7 C, 17 P)
- ► Russian masculine gender (2 C, 37 P)
- ► Russian neuter gender (2 C, 37 P)
- ► Russian nouns that are always plural (empty)
- ► Russian nouns that are always singular (empty)
- ► Russian plurals (2 C, 37 P)