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-erich
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The suffix -erich derives adjectives from verbs, for instance hoasterichcoughy from hoastjeto cough. The suffix is considered here as being a variant of the suffix -ich. The suffix -erich may also derive adjectives from nouns.

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As this suffix can be considered a variant of -ich, following Hoekstra (1998:127), more information on -erich can be found in the topic on -ich with a noun as base.

References:
  • Hoekstra, Jarich1998Fryske wurdfoarmingLjouwertFryske Akademy
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