Relformaide Dictionary:Affixes/-at

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-at (Inflectional Termison)B Category:Affixes (Core Base affix Category:Affixes) (Bound morpheme)
Meaning: indicative verb marker
(Gloss: IND)
Etymology: Natively coined in Relformaide. (Coincidentally linked to Latin's third-person present termison for verbs in the first conjugation.)

Morpheme length: 2 (A T)at at Category:Isogram morphemes Category:Abecedarian morphemesMorpheme count: 1
Letter pattern: VC • IPA: /æt/ætSyllables: 1 (-at)
Mutated forms (1q)
Morpheme family
Usage notes

Remains unchanged in present, simple/discontinuous past, and future conjugations; -o(s), -a(s), or -es optionally follows it in complex gendered forms such as Tauxillúmata (She helps you; t-auxil-lum-at-a [2.FAM-help-3-IND-F]) and Voullẽrnmatés (We want to learn; voul-lẽrn-m-at-e-s [want-learn-1-IND-N-PL]). Also used at the end of some derived interjections.

Relformaide's Tense–aspect–mood (TAM) system
nupé- (recent past) • pé- (simple past) • plé- (discontinuous past) • fé- (future) • péfé- (future in the past)
Prefixoids vasit (intentional) • tasiv (accidental)
Suffixoids av (perfect) • aubil (inchoative/inceptive) • ábuim (expectative) • oajem (momentane) • ámel (frequentative) • aisom (completive) • aubel (cessative)
Suffixes -ant (continuous/progressive) • -asant (continuative) • -aij (prospective)
Prefixoids voul/soul (desiderative) • boul (necessitative)
Suffixoids ábil (potential)/aibil (potential passive) • esel (dubitative)
Suffixes -ar (infinitive) • -at (indicative) • -aik (conditional/subjunctive) • -ait (imperative)
Termisons (Fímättimes) in Relformaide

Nouns: -e (neuter) • -o (masculine) • -a (feminine)

Adjectives: -iAdverbs: -u

Plurals: -s (-es [neuter nouns] • -os [masculine nouns] • -as [feminine nouns] • -is [adjectives])

Verbs: -ar (infinitive) • -at (indicative) • -aik (conditional/subjunctive) • -ait (imperative) • -ant (progressive) • -asant (continuative) • -aid (past participle)

Added in October 2016View semantic data