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-sk
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The suffix -sk can derive adjectives from other adjectives. The pattern is completely unproductive, however. There are only two cases: grutlarge > grutskproud, and âldold > âldskoldish. The same suffix is much more productive when it takes nouns and verbs as a base.

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For expository reasons, more details about -sk derivations from adjectives can be found in the topic on -sk with a noun as base.

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