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-mis
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The suffix -mis may turn a noun into an adverb. Its domain of application is extremely small, however. The only noun that qualifies is hjerstautumn, which then yields the adverb hjerstmisin the autumn.

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The suffix can be considered an allomorph of the suffix -s .

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    morphology
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