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The suffix -ert can be added to geographical names to derive inhabitant names. There are just two examples: SpanjeSpain > SpanjertSpaniard and BiltBilt, an area in the north of the province of Fryslân > Bil(t)ker(t)inhabitant of the Bilt.

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Nouns in -ert can have a geographical, a verbal, a nominal, but especially an adjectival base. More information can be found in the topic on -ert with an adjective as base.

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