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-te
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In two cases, the suffix -te can derive a noun from an adverb. These are deltevalley from the adverb deldown, and neitenearness from neinear. Hence, the abstract meaning is something like instance of being {adverb}.

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This suffix is normally used to derive nouns from adjectives. For more information, see therefore the topic on -te with an adjective as base.

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