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-ommen
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The unproductive and rather obsolete suffix -ommen is found in a few adjectives derived from adjectives. An example is (bloedichbloody > bloedichommenvery heavy).

The function of -ommen is to strengthen the already affective content of the base. It also occurs with a noun and an interjection as base.

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More details about -ommen derivations can be found in the topic on -ommen witha noun as base.

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