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Particles and Affixes in Spitind
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Different and peculiar particles and affixes of Spitind
This public article was written by Cyneweard, and last updated on 18 Jul 2017, 22:42.

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Languages
The suffix -t at the end of a nation name or a group to form a language name. For names that end in consonant, -at is put instead.
• Anġ'sgenza (England) → Anġ'sgenzat (English)
• Itelya (Italy) → Itelyat (Italian)

Membership
To show membership to a group of any kind, it is used the suffix . For names that end in consonant, -aś
is put instead.
• Anġ'sgenza (England) → Anġ'sgenzaś (English person)
• Itelya (Italy) → Itelyaś (Italian person)


Honorific
To give an honorific meaning to a noun, it is used the prefix yå-. If the noun starts with a vowel, the vowel is dropped.
• velada (mother) → yåvelada (mother of a noble or important family)
• opere (father) → yåpere (father of a noble or important family)


Shops and places
Usually to form the name of a shop it is used the suffix 'en, the abbreviation of enart (shop).
plastan (meat) → plastan'en (grocery store)


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