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Linguistic terms
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suffix An affix (see infix) coming after the form to which it is joined.
Examples of ON suffixes are the weak past tense markers -›, -d, -t (cf.
kasta-›-i ‘threw’, with root kasta-, past tense suffix -› and 3rd sg. ending
-i), and the definite article -inn (cf. hest-r-inn ‘the horse’, with root
hest-, nom. sg. ending -r and suffixed nom. m. sg. def. art. -inn).
transitive Verb which can take a direct object, e.g. drepa ‘kill’, hefna
‘avenge’.