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-dij
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The rare suffix -dij may form nouns from other nouns. An example is abtabbot > abdijabbey. The suffix can be considered a variant of the suffix -erij, which can also form nouns from a nominal base.

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More information about the suffix -dij, as a variant of -erij, can be found in -erij with verb as base.

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