And yet more Derivational morphology!
Okay, so, I started off with the state of being, turning a noun or a verb into a noun.
and then I did noun-people and verb-people.
Today’s nouns are pheassat, word, and dotfit, map
Dirdphessat, a word-collection, a lexicon.
Dirdotfit, a map-collection, an atlas
(Fotafa, to run, fotafird, a planned series of runs)
Even more Derivational morphology!
Next up: tools and characteristic adjectives.
Our verb for this bit is deassa, to cut, and our noun is Toshtod, bread.
-urd, “used for”
deassurd, a cutting-thing.
durtoshtod, a bread-plate
-al, “like,” “characteristic of”
deassal, cut-like (this would be, say “it cuts like a knife,” sharp pain, often metaphoric.
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