yks.nom. aallotar; yks.gen. aallottaren; yks.part. aallotarta; yks.ill. aallottareen; mon.gen. aallottarien aallotarten; mon.part. aallottaria; mon.ill. aallottariin
water-nymph (noun)
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• water-nymph

Suomi-Englanti sanakirja. 2013.

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