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akad-: words of the first declination ending on a voiced consonant decline as shown:
als: words of the first group ending on a fricative do not inflect for nominative, even when the fricative has an affricate counterpart.
baf-: words ending on a fricative or affricate that in the old language ended on u. (also i for f and s). There are plenty, they are spelled with a hyphen on the dictionary.
dal: one of the four native nouns ending on l that take the 1st declension. This is because these nouns did not have a vowel in the old language. The others are peol, ḑapel, and qanal. Borrowed words, such as seniol, also imitate this pattern.
epas: multisyllabic words ending on a stop, a vowel, then a fricative.
gáuts: words ending on an affricate following a long vowel lose the affricate.
giţau: words ending on two vowels add -se to the predicative. True for nouns of the 3rd and 4th group.
leqaj: nouns ending on j follow the third declination as if j was a vowel, except the prepositional form is made with -ij.
mal-: most words ending on L follow this pattern.
mawasan-: only native noun ending on n. Borrowed words, such as elektron, imitate this pattern.