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Synonyms for suffix

an affix that is added at the end of the word

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attach a suffix to

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In his brief overview, he categorizes this suffix as a deverbal noun suffix, providing as many as nine examples for it, without a grouping of any kind ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1963 [1934]:42): [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [staircase]' (2) < [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [to go up]', [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [whistle, pipe]' < [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [to whistle]' etc.
The scenario reviewed here indicates that suffix combinability is a current topic of debate in morphology.
For Khorasan Ulrich Seeger (2002: 635) does not give complete paradigms, but he shows the -n suffixed to the AP stem for MSG, and to the FSG suffix for the feminine singular.
Figure 3: Four digit number scheme for noun suffix.
While the parsings in (a)-(c) above are attested in many other the languages of the world, Kyirong Tibetan is unusual typologically because all but one of the stem plus suffix combinations is either (b) or (c).
Keywords: algorithms, pattern matching, index, data structures, suffix trees.
OK, Oslo isn't the West Coast and clients tend to be small town-conservative--not surprising when your country's url suffix is .
They are indefinite subjects but the sentences in (3d,e,f) have definite subjects marked by the suffix <-ing>.
The student is directed to divide the suffix from the unknown word.
Co-operative societies across the country have been queuing up to reserve internet domain names with the suffix .
biz'' Internet suffix said Friday they will place more than 50,000 domain names on hold after a California court ruled that they might be running an illegal lottery.
The former lets you register sites with the suffix .
However, up until yesterday, Racing Post cards including the Rohaut-trained Champion Hurdle entry used the (GB) suffix in order to distinguish between the pair.