-ja

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[ja]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun. It means land, place, jurisdiction, set of things. For words ending in -er meaning the name of a worker, it means the name of the profession (in general) or the name of shop. Example: poimer, book of poems, poimerja, poetry; turc, Turk (or Turkish), Turcja, Turkey; later, milkman, laterja, dairy.

Etymology: From Greek -ia via Latin -ia.

-er

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[eɾ]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun or adjective. It is used for the name of the worker of a specific profession, to express abundance or relationship. Examples: poim (noun), poem, poimer (noun), book of poems; lata (noun), milk, later (noun), milkman; champ (noun), countryside, champer (adjective), related to the countryside; flora (noun), flower; florer (noun), vase.

Etymology: From Latin -ariu.

-ura

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[ˈuɾa]

1. derivative suffix Added to an adjective, to the stem of verb or to the participle of a verb, it derives the corresponding noun. Example: blanc (adjective), white, blancura (noun), whiteness; cout (adjective), educated, coutura (noun), culture, lleggăre (verb), to read, lleggat (participle), read, lleggatura (noun), reading.

Etymology: From Latin -ura.

-içre

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[ˈisre]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or adjective, it derives the corresponding verb. Example: coutura (noun), culture, couturiçre (verb), to educate; àtwal (adjective), current, atwaliçre (verb), to update.

Etymology: From Greek -izain via Latin -izare.

 

-ail

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[un]

1. derivative suffix Added to the stem of a verb, it derives the corresponding adjective. Example: rjaliçre (verb), to carry out, rjaliçail (adjective), feasible.

Etymology: From Latin -abilis.

ta

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[ta]

1. possessive determiner, feminine singular Your.

2. possessive pronoun, feminine singular Yours.

Spelling: Before words beginning with a vowel or h-, it turns into tal’, with word ligature (both words are written together without intermediate spaces). For masculine plural: tas; for feminine forms, see tou.

Etymology: From Latin tua.

-tà

[ta]

1. derivative suffix Added to an adjective, it derives the corresponding noun. This noun is of feminine gender and makes its plural in -tatas. It sometimes adds an intermediate -i- vowel. Example: ouscur (adjective), dark, ouscurità (noun), darkness; aintïu (adjective), antique, aintjutà (noun), antiquity.

Etymology: From Latin -tate.

-ificre

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[iˈfikɾe]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or adjective, it derives the corresponding verb. Examples: glorja (noun), glory, glorificre (verb), to glorify; sant (adjective), holy, santificre (verb), to hallow.

Etymology: From Latin -ificare.

-ejăre

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[ˈejəɾe]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives the corresponding verb. Example: coup (noun), hit, coupejăre (verb), to hit.

Etymology: From Greek -izein via Latin -idiare or -iare.

-ata

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[ˈata]

1. Derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun with a meaning of hit, set or content. Example: semain, semen, semainata, seed; petra, stone, petrata, hit from a stone.

Etymology: From Latin -ata.

2. Derivative suffix Feminine version of the derivative suffix -at, corresponding to a participle.

Etymology: From -at plus feminine derivative suffix -a.

os

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[os]

1. masculine noun Bone.

Etymology: From Latin ossum.

-òs

[os]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or an adjective, it derives a new adjective with a meaning of abundance. Example: pes (noun), weight, pesòs (adjective), heavy; verd (adjective), green, verdòs (adjective), greenish.

Etymology: From Latin -osus.