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-tsjert
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The suffix -tsjert can be considered a variant of the suffix -ert, which mainly derives nouns from adjectives. We see this unproductive variant in the bird-names gieltsjertyellow-hammer and grautsjertcorn-bunting. There is also a variant -kert.

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The suffix -tsjert is dealt with in more detail in the topic on the suffix -ert.

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