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-eraasje
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Two nouns can be input for the typical Frisian suffix -eraasje. These are the pluralia tantumkleanclothes and sintenmoney, which become kleaneraasjeclothes and sinteraasjefinance. Both derivations contain a clear collective element, which is already present in the base.

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In the majority of cases, nouns in -eraasje are derived from verbs. Therefore, more information can be found in the topic on -eraasje with a verb as base.

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