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Word-formation of the English language. Conversion

                           Suffix derived nouns, adjectives, verbs.
                    Prefix derived adjectives and verbs.


|The affix      |the    |deriva|deriv|examples                   |
|               |origin |tive  |ant  |                           |
|-ness          |L.     |n.    |adj. |alertness, goodness,       |
|-ity           |L.     |n.    |adj. |darkness.                  |
|               |       |      |     |convertibility, humidity,  |
|-ism           |L.     |n.    |n.   |banality, activity         |
|               |       |n.    |adj. |                           |
|               |       |      |     |Leninism, Platonism        |
|-ship          |E.     |n.    |n.   |pacifism, Americanism,     |
|               |       |      |     |newspaperism               |
|-dom           |L.     |n.    |n.   |friendship, ladyship,      |
|               |       |      |     |horsemanship, partenship   |
|-ment          |L.     |n.    |v.   |earldom, sheriffdom,       |
|               |       |      |     |savagedom, boydom          |
|-ation         |Gr.    |n.    |v.   |denotement, astonishment,  |
|-ery           |L.     |n.    |n.   |pavement                   |
|-acy           |R.     |n.    |adj. |indication, realization,   |
|               |       |      |n.   |activation, expectation    |
|-age           |R.     |n.    |n.   |peasantry, scenery, cattery|
|               |       |      |v.   |                           |
|-ed            |E.     |adj.  |n.   |                           |
|-y             |L.     |adj.  |n.   |profligacy, retiracy       |
|               |       |      |v.   |delegacy, piracy           |
|               |       |      |adj. |readerage, spindleage,     |
|-ish           |E.     |adj.  |n.   |footage                    |
|               |       |      |adj. |fosterage, breakage,       |
|-en(-n)        |E.     |adj.  |n.   |standage                   |
|               |E.     |adj.  |n.   |feathered, minded,         |
|-less          |Gr.    |      |v.   |passioned                  |
|-ly            |E.     |adj.  |n.   |bony, furry                |
|-ful           |       |adj.  |n.   |sleeply, chattly           |
|               |E.     |      |v.   |blacky, paly, plumpy       |
|-some          |       |adj.  |n.   |                           |
|               |       |      |adj. |maidish, Irish, dampish    |
|               |E.     |      |v.   |coldish, blackish, baddish |
|               |E.     |adj.  |num. |flaxen, wooden, silken     |
|-fold          |E.     |adj.  |n.   |homeless, brotherless      |
|-worthy        |L.     |      |v.   |changeless                 |
|               |L.     |adj.  |n.   |                           |
|-like          |L.     |adj.  |v.   |brotherly, yearly, lively  |
|-able          |E.     |adj.  |n.   |beautiful, chearful, topful|
|-ous           |E.     |adj.  |n.   |                           |
|-an(ean, ian)  |E.     |adj.  |adj. |wakeful, forgeful          |
|un-            |E.     |adj.  |adj. |brothersome, venturesome   |
|in-            |E.     |adj.  |adj. |gaysome, darksome          |
|non-           |E.     |adj.  |adj. |                           |
|a-             |L.     |adj.  |adj. |troublesome, quarrelsome   |
|self-          |       |adj.  |adj. |fivefold, tenfold          |
|well-          |L.     |adj.  |adj. |loveworthy, shameworthy,   |
|ill-           |L.     |v.    |n.   |readworthy                 |
|-ize           |       |      |adj. |showworthy                 |
|               |E.     |v.    |n.   |deathlike, wifelike        |
|-fy(-ify)      |E.     |      |adj. |drinkable, actable         |
|               |L.     |v.    |n.   |envious, villainios        |
|-ate           |L.     |      |adj. |European, African,         |
|               |E.     |v.    |adj. |Darwinian                  |
|-en            |E.     |v.    |v.   |unreasonable, unpracticed, |
|un-            |E.     |v.    |v.   |unimportant, unintentional |
|de-            |       |v.    |v.   |inartistic                 |
|dis-           |E.     |v.    |v.   |non-human                  |
|mis-           |L.     |v.    |v.   |achromatic, anhydrous      |
|               |E.     |v.    |v.   |self-acting, self-recording|
|under-         |       |      |     |                           |
|over-          |       |      |     |well-aged, well-born       |
|               |       |v.    |v.   |ill-advised, ill-disposed  |
|up-            |       |v.    |v.   |                           |
|re-            |       |v.    |v.   |characterize, vaporize     |
|               |       |      |n.   |specialize, realize        |
|be-            |       |      |adj. |electrify, testify, damnify|
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |acidify, humidify,         |
|               |       |      |     |pacificify                 |
|               |       |      |     |vaccinate, fossilate       |
|               |       |      |     |activate, syllabicate      |
|               |       |      |     |gladden, soften, redden    |
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |unbend, unshoe, uncork,    |
|               |       |      |     |undeceive                  |
|               |       |      |     |decode, deforest, deplume  |
|               |       |      |     |disagree, disjoin, dishouse|
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |mistake, mishear, mislike  |
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |underline, underwork,      |
|               |       |      |     |underact                   |
|               |       |      |     |overbuild, overpass,       |
|               |       |      |     |overdrink, overlive        |
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |uphold, uprise             |
|               |       |      |     |recline, reread,           |
|               |       |      |     |repaganize, repaper        |
|               |       |      |     |                           |
|               |       |      |     |beset, bekiss, bespeak,    |
|               |       |      |     |becrowd                    |
|               |       |      |     |belimb, becloud,           |
|               |       |      |     |bedim, befool              |





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