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The adverbial suffix -en may take phrases as its base. Most of them are prepositional, for instance fanneden[[fan](P)[need](N)]]enof-need-ennecessarily. If the phrase is a Noun Phrase (NP), then the noun is usually preceded by a quantifier, as in iderkear-enevery time. The phrases in the derivations have a rudimentary form. For example, articles or (in an NP) adjectives are missing. The suffix is unproductive.

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More information on this suffix, which also takes adverbial bases, can be found in -en with adverb as base.

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