Relformaide Dictionary:Roots/ómist

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-ómist- (Derivational Suffixoid)ABCCategory:Roots Category:Affixes (Core Base rootCategory:Roots) (Free morpheme)
(Post-vowel: ńómist-)
Meaning: dedicated to, for, for the benefit of; benefactive case marker
(Gloss: dedicated_to / BEN) Category:Case markers
Etymology: From Finnish omistaa.

Morpheme length: 5 (I M O S T)imost imost Category:Isogram morphemesMorpheme count: 1
Letter pattern: VCVCC • IPA: /oː.mist/oː, mistSyllables: 2 (o, mist)V, CVCC

Default word class: Adposition

Mutated forms (1i)
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a ómist b ómistoṛ ch ómistoṛ d ómistoṛ
e ómist f ómistoṛ g ómistoṛ h ómist
i ómist j ómistoṛ k ómistoṛ l ómist
m ómistoṛ n ómistoṛ o ómist p ómistoṛ
r ómist s ómistoṛ t ómist u ómist
v ómistoṛ w ómist y ómist z ómistoṛ
Nominal forms
Active To do
Passive To be done
Negative Active Negative Passive
Perfect To have done
Passive Perfect To have been done
Progressive Doing
Passive Progressive Being done
Progressive Perfect To have been doing
Perfect Progressive Having done
ómistantavar ómistavantu
Continuative To be still doing
Passive Continuative To be still done
Prospective About to do
Passive Prospective About to be done
Potential Can do
Passive Potential Can be done
Frequentative Often doing
Dubitative Probably/maybe/might be doing
Proximal Almost doing
ómistámelar ómisteselar ómistúpotar
Inchoative To start doing
Completive To do completely
Cessative To cease doing
ómistaubilar ómistaisómar ómistaubelar
Volitive Wishing to do
Desiderative Wanting to do
Necessitative Needing to do
soulómistar voulómistar boulómistar
Imperative Do it!
Cohortative Let's do it!
Prohibitive Don't do it!
ómistait! ferómistait! nalómistait!
Gerundive Things to be done
Supine For the purpose of doing
Resultative Resulting from things done
Verbal Noun Doing
ómistaine ómisté
Present Past
ómistant ómistaid
Polarity Tense Mood
Present ...does
Recent Past ...recently did
Simple Past ...did
Discontinuous Past ...once did
Future ...will do
Future in the Past would do
Subjunctive ...could/would/should do; ...ought to do; ...that something do it
Affirmative ómistat nuperómistat perómistat plerómistat ferómistat péferómistat ómistaik
Negative nalómistat naŕnuperómistat naŕperómistat naŕplerómistat naŕferómistat naŕpéferómistat nalómistaik
Affirmative ómistant nuperómistant perómistant plerómistant ferómistant péferómistant ómistantaik
Negative nalómistant naŕnuperómistant naŕperómistant naŕplerómistant naŕferómistant naŕpéferómistant nalómistantaik
Affirmative ómistasant nuperómistasant perómistasant plerómistasant ferómistasant péferómistasant ómistasantaik
Negative nalómistasant naŕnuperómistasant naŕperómistasant naŕplerómistasant naŕferómistasant naŕpéferómistasant nalómistasantaik
Affirmative ómistaijat nuperómistaijat perómistaijat plerómistaijat ferómistaijat péferómistaijat ómistaijaik
Negative nalómistaijat naŕnuperómistaijat naŕperómistaijat naŕplerómistaijat naŕferómistaijat naŕpéferómistaijat nalómistaijaik
Affirmative ómistavat nuperómistavat perómistavat plerómistavat ferómistavat péferómistavat ómistavaik
Negative nalómistavat naŕnuperómistavat naŕperómistavat naŕplerómistavat naŕferómistavat naŕpéferómistavat nalómistavaik
Progressive Perfect
Affirmative ómistantavat nuperómistantavat perómistantavat plerómistantavat ferómistantavat péferómistantavat ómistantavaik
Negative nalómistantavat naŕnuperómistantavat naŕperómistantavat naŕplerómistantavat naŕferómistantavat naŕpéferómistantavat nalómistantavaik
Adposition ómist
Morpheme family
Usage notes

Translates as "dedicated to" in various media. See also ẽrgim (because of/thanks to).

English for also means "with a purpose/intended to belong to" (aurd) and "towards" (aup).

Added on: 2017-01-20, 08:20View semantic data