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-ber
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The suffix -ber can be used to derive adjectives from nouns, for example fruchtfruit > fruchtberfertile, or tsjinstservice > tsjinstbersubservient. However, this is is an unproductive process. More productive are -ber derivations on a verbal base.

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More details about the -ber suffix based on a noun and on a verb can be found in the topic on -ber with a verb or noun as base.

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