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-enien
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The unproductive derivational suffix -enien can be considered a variant of -en. Its derivations mainly refer to persons, as for example in lytseniena small-SUFFa baby. They only occur in indefinite noun phrases.

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Being an variant, the suffix -enien is dealt with in more detail in the topic on the suffix -en.

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