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-ert
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The suffix -ert can follow nouns, although the derivations do not belong to the daily language anymore. Examples are tûfe[tufə]crest > tûfert[tufət]a bird with a crest and dau[dɔ.u]dew > daukert[dɔ.ukət]dew worm.

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Nouns in -ert can have a nominal, a geographical, a verbal or in particular an adjectival base. More information can be found in the topic on -ert with an adjective as base.

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