These six conditions are suffixed to the root word according to Vowel Harmony Rules. The vowels of the suffix match the final vowel of the root word.
Title Condition (Nominative):
The root word which carries no suffix. el – hand, the hand.
Ownership Condition (Genitive): -in/-ın/-un/-ün
This is the condition of “belonging to” meaning of, ‘s – in English – elin [el-in] – the hand’s, of the hand.
Specific Object Condition (Accusative): -i/-ı/-u/-ü
This is is the direct object of a verb meaning specific the in English – eli [el-i] – the hand (obj.)
Movement Towards Condition (Dative): -a/-e
This is the condition of movement towards meaning to, towards in English – ele [el-e] – to/towards the hand.
Static Position Condition (Locative): -da/-de or -ta/-te according to Consonant Mutation rules.
This is the condition of place and position meaning in, on, at in English – elde [el-de] – in/on/at the hand.
Movement Away Condition (Ablative): -dan/-den or -tan/-ten – according to Consonant Mutation rules.
This is the condition of movement away meaning from, by, via in English – elden [el-den] – from/by/via the hand.