Suffixes

Some articles on suffixes:

Shuswap Language - Morphology - Affixes
... second person singular possessive Most nouns contain suffixes ... Suffixes are also used to indicate transitive, intransitive, and imperative verbs ... taken from the extensive collection of Shuswap suffixes /-eps/ back of neck /-tem’/ bottom, canyon, lowland /-icÆeʔ/ surface, hide /-esq’t/ day /-eλq/ berries /-el’tx°/ a sheet-like object, skin ...
Turkish Phonology - Stress - Stress and Suffixation
... The regular stress pattern occurs on words with a stem combined with suffixes ... stress is consistently word-final and appears to shift rightward away from the stem as suffixes are concatenated ... loc.) (Turkish orthography requires an apostrophe between proper nouns and attached suffixes.) Adverbs do not generally take final stress nére? nérede? ('w ...
Middle Mongolian Language - Grammar
... Mongol is an agglutinating language that makes nearly exclusive use of suffixes ... The verbal suffixes can be divided into finite suffixes, participles and converbal suffixes ... Some of the finite suffixes inflect for subject number and sex ...
List Of Medical Roots, Suffixes And Prefixes
... This is a list of roots, suffixes, and prefixes used in medical terminology, their meanings, and their etymology ... Firstly, prefixes and suffixes, primarily in Greek, but also in Latin, have a droppable -o- ... medical roots generally go together according to language Greek prefixes go with Greek suffixes and Latin prefixes with Latin suffixes ...
Suffixes In Hebrew
... Suffixes are used in the Hebrew language to form plurals of nouns and adjectives, in verb conjugation of grammatical tense, and to indicate possession and direct objects ... There are several suffixes in Hebrew which are appended to regular words to introduce a new meaning ... The letters which form these suffixes (excluding plurals) are called "formative letters" (Hebrew אוֹתִיּוֹת הַשִּׁמּוּשׁ, Otiyot HaShimush) ...