How is the plural in Odia created

Oriya

Oriya (German) [edit]

Noun, n[To edit]

Alternative spellings:

Orija

Word separation:

Ori ya, no plural

Pronunciation:

IPA: [oˈʁiːja]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] Indo-Aryan language, which is mainly spoken in Orissa, India

Abbreviations:

[1] ISO 693-1:or, ISO 693-2 / 3:ori

Generic terms:

[1] Indo-Aryan language

Examples:

[1] "He attended public school up to the seventh year of school and can therefore be in Oriya Read and write."[1]
[1] “I spoke to the Bihor in Bihori and Oriya, the national language of Orissa. "[2]

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1] Wikipedia article "Oriya"

Swell:

  1. Birgit Etlinger: Spirits, deities and other beings - diagnostic methods in the religious context of Orissa (India) with special consideration of Ayurvedic nosology. GRIN Verlag, 2007, ISBN 978-3-638-84276-1, page 62, quoted from Google Books.
  2. University of Frankfurt am Main. Frobenius Institute, German Society for Cultural Morphology, Frobenius Society; Karl-Heinz Kohl (editor): Paideuma. Notifications about the cultural certificate. Vol. 53, W. Kohlhammer Verlag, 2007, ISSN 0078-7809, page 130, quoted from Google Books.

Oriya (English)

Noun [edit]

SingularPlural
the (the) Oriya the [[(the) Oriya
(the) Oriyas # (the) Oriya
(the) Oriyas (English) | (the) Oriya
(the) Oriyas]]

Pronunciation:

IPA: [ɔˈriyə]
Audio samples: Audio (US) (Info)

Meanings:

[1] without plural:National language of the Indian state Orissa
[2] Inhabitants of Orissa

Synonyms:

[1] Odia

Generic terms:

[1] language
[2] abitant, inhabitant

Examples:

[1] In India, the language is spoken by over 31 million people, and globally over 45 million speak Oriya.[1]
In India, the language is spoken by over 31 million people and over 45 million speak worldwide Oriya.
[2] The vast majority of the Oriyas are Hindus and are known for their history of Sun worship.[2]
The vast majority of Residents of Orissa are Hindus and are known for their history of sun worship.

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1, 2] English Wikipedia article "Oriya"
[1, 2] Dictionary.com English-English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia "Oriya"
[1, 2] Oxford English Dictionary "Oriya"
[1] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary "Oriya"

Swell:

  1. English Wikipedia article "Oriya language", accessed October 21, 2011
  2. English Wikipedia article "Oriya people", accessed October 21, 2011

Similar words (German):

written and / or pronounced similarly:ouguiya