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The unproductive suffix -te has been used to derive nouns from verbs. These derived nouns are action nouns. They always have common gender. An example is jokteitch from the verb jokjeto itch. Some derivations may not be transparent, as for example jeftegift, from the verb jaanto give.

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This suffix -te is considered to be an allomorph of the suffix -t.

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