Top 10 similar words or synonyms for ло

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ло

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Udmurt grammar The future tense in Udmurt is marked with "-о-" in conjugation I verbs and "-ло-" in conjugation II verbs.
Russian grammar The Russian past tense is gender specific: –л for masculine singular subjects, –ла for feminine singular subjects, –ло for neuter singular subjects, and –ли for plural subjects. This gender specificity applies to all persons; thus, to say "I slept", a male speaker would say я спал, while a female speaker would say я спалá.
Udmurt grammar Present tense in Udmurt, in all but the third person, is marked with "-(ӥ)сько-/-(и)сько-". Third person singular is marked with "-э/-е" (conjugation I) or unmarked (conjugation II) and third person plural is marked with "-о" (conjugation I) or "-ло" (conjugation II).
Ukrainian grammar This participle is encountered in forming the past tense in Ukrainian. Occasionally, it is found as an adjective for intransitive verbs. It is formed by taking the infinitive stem and adding the ending "-в, -ла, -ло," and "-ли" to form the past tense participle (in reality the indefinite form of the adjective) and the ending "-лий" to form the regular adjective. An example of the adjectival form is "почорнілий".
Udmurt grammar The negative indicative present is formed by the auxiliary "у-" negative verb and the marker "-(ӥ)ськы/-(и)ськы" in the first and second person singular or "-(ӥ)ське/-(и)ське" in the first and second plural of the main verb. The third person singular main verb is either marked by the full stem (conjugation I) or unmarked (conjugation II). The third person plural is marked with "-о" (conjugation I) or "-ло" (conjugation II).
Boris Delibash Delibash graduated from Baku State University with a degree in mathematics and mechanics, then worked in the oil and gas industry of the USSR, particularly in Grozny. Beginning in 1940, he served as director of the CentreElectroMontage (short for Central Electric Assembly) Trust and Research Institute under the guidance of the Ministry of Assembly and Special Construction Projects of the USSR. The trust was a Soviet monopoly and largely carried out specialized government projects. Among them were the Ostankino Television Tower and Sputnik-1. He was also the founder and first director of the ProektElectroMontage Research Institute (Russian: ВНИИ ПроектЭлектроМонтаж ЛО Ф.5692, 44 ед.хр., 1953-1982 гг., оп.1-2).