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Numeral prefixes
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The formation of numerals by way of prefixation is a very marginal affair. Only two lexical categories can act as base, i.e. interjections and numerals, and both display only one single prefix. In addition, these two prefixes are typical since they have theit origin in the realm of exclamation.

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More details about the two possible bases can be found by following the corresponding links:

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    phonology
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    morphology
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    • Adverbial prefixes
      [65%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Prefixation
    • Nominal prefixes
      [63%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Prefixation
    • Onomastic suffixes
      [63%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Suffixation
    • Adjective as base
      [62%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Prefixation > Adjectival prefixes
    • -DIM (diminutive)
      [61%] Frisian > Morphology > Word formation > Derivation > Suffixation > Nominal suffixes > Pronoun as base
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    syntax
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    • Equative
      [59%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Introduction to Adjective Phrases > Comparison by comparative, superlative and equative degree
    • Mood
      [58%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Introduction to Verb Phrases > Characterization and classification
    • Negative
      [58%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Introduction to Adjective Phrases > Modification and degree quantification > Classification of degree modifiers
    • Complement clauses (overview)
      [57%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Introduction to Verb Phrases
    • Finite interrogative complement clauses: syntactic distribution
      [57%] Afrikaans > Syntax > Introduction to Verb Phrases > Complement clauses > Finite interrogative complement clauses
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