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Adverb as base
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The formation of adjectives from adverbs is quite marginal. There is only one suffix involved. This is -ich, which has the meaning "with a tendency to {adverb}". An example is: fuortgone > fuorterichto like going out.

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More details about the suffix can be found by following this link: -ich.

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