Modern D North
Singular M (strong) M (strong) M (weak) M (weak) F (strong) F (strong) F (weak) N(strong) N(strong) N(strong)
Nom./Acc./Dat. dag man balk boog gift daet erde ding book broot
Genitive dags mans balks boogs gift daet erde dings books broots
Plural (all cases) dagen mannen balken bogen giften daden erden dingen boken broden

The Definite Article

M F N Pl.
N/A die die dat die
G des der des der
D den der den den

The Indefinite Article

N/A een ene een
G eens ener eens
D enen ener enen


M F N Pl.
N/A deze deze dit deze
G deses dezer dezes dezer
D dezen dezer dezen dezen


- The loss of the final -e in the singular of all paradigms.
- A far more restricted use of the genitive case than in earlier stages of the language.
- There is no longer any distinction between "strong" and "weak" nouns. The inflection of former strong and weak nouns is now identical.

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