helsinki - 2253 word-forms of the Finnish noun 'kauppa'(E?)(L?) http://www.ling.helsinki.fi/~fkarlsso/genkau2.html
The word-forms of the Finnish noun "kauppa" = "shop" (N=2,253), generated automatically by Fred Karlsson - May 13, 1996
The character "-" indicates a boundary between morphological elements (stems, endings). The codes after each word-form indicate morphological categories: case, number, possessive, and clitic particles. The cases are NOMinative, GENitive, ParTitiVe, ESSive, TRAnslative, INEssive, ELAtive, ILLative, ADEssive, ABLative, ALLative, ABEssive, and COMitative. The numbers are SinGular and PLural. The possessive endings are SG1 (1st person SG), SG2 (2nd person SG), PL1 (1st person PL), PL2 (2nd person PL), and SGPL3 (3rd person Sg and PL). The clitic endings are KIN, KAAN, PA, KO, HAN, S.
Please consult my book Finnish: An Essential Grammar, Routledge, London and New York (1999) if you want to know more about the grammatical details.