Re: [Slovak-World] ova/ska
> > "Hodorova" would be the last name of a femaleAnd "Hodorska" would be the last name of a female
> member of the Hodor family. Always.This is true.
> member of the Hodorsky family. Always.Hodorska zahrada it is Hodorsky's garden and Hodor's
garden is Hodorova zahrada.
This is my opinion.
--- Jan Vislocky <mjvisl@...> wrote:
> --- Helen Fedor <hfed@...> wrote:
> > "Hodorova" would be the last name of a female
> > of the Hodor family. Always. "Hodorska" would be
> > the feminine singular ending adjective (to match
> > with a feminine singular noun). For example,
> > "Hodorska zahrada" would be the Hodor's garden.
> > H
> > >>> MJHodor@... 06/24/05 10:41 AM >>>
> > I know I understood once. You can have a surame
> > such as Hodor. Most
> > of the times Hodor feminine is Hodorova. What
> > a -ska ending
> > mean? Thanks, MJH
> -ska is the same as -ova, it is two different ending
> of feminine name.
> In this case Hodorova is feminine name of Hodor and
> Hodorska is feminine name of Hodorsky
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