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-erij
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The suffix -erij may form nouns on the basis of other nouns. An example is krûdherb > krûderijspices. Derivations in -erij have common gender, and often exhibit a collective meaning. The process is unproductive.

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Most derivations with -erij have a verbal base. Therefore, more information can be found in the topic on -erij with a verb as base.

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