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The suffix -ig may be used to form a verb from a numeral. However, this only occurs with the numeral ienone. The verb ienigje generally means to unite, in its general, abstract sense. It is also used in a biological sense, meaning to grow together.

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The verb forming suffix -ig also acts on nouns and adjectives.

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