In the Hungarian language its suffix is -kor. For example: hétkor "at seven" or hét órakor "at seven o'clock", éjfélkor "at midnight", karácsonykor "at Christmas". This is one of the few suffixes in Hungarian to which rules of vowel harmony do not apply.
In Russian the function of Temporal case is assumed by Instrumental, e.g. утр-ом (base form is утро) - in the morning, дн-ём (base form is день) - in the daytime/in the afternoon, вечер-ом (base form is вечер) - at night/in the evening, ночь-ю (base form is ночь) - at nighttime/in the night.
- Mäkinen, Panu. "Finnish Grammar - Adverbial Cases". users.jyu.fi. University of Jyväskylä. Retrieved 6 March 2015.
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