New Yorker - Wiktionary
New Yorker
English
Etymology
New York +‎ -er.
Pronunciation
Rhymes: -ɔː(ɹ)kə(ɹ)
Noun
New Yorker (plural New Yorkers)
  1. A native or resident of the state of New York in the United States of America.
  2. A native or resident of New York City.
Hypernyms
American
Derived terms
New Yorkeress
Translations
a native or resident of New York City
a native or resident of the state of New York
German
Pronunciation
Noun
New Yorker m (genitive New Yorkers, pluralNew Yorker, female New Yorkerin)
  1. New Yorker (native or inhabitant of New York state)
  2. New Yorker (native or inhabitant of New York City)
Declension
Declension of New Yorker
singularplural
indef.def.noundef.noun
nominativeeinderNew YorkerdieNew Yorker
genitiveeinesdesNew YorkersderNew Yorker
dativeeinemdemNew YorkerdenNew Yorkern
accusativeeinendenNew YorkerdieNew Yorker
Hypernyms
Amerikaner
Related terms
New York
Last edited on 6 February 2021, at 22:15
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