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-ist
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There is one instance in which the nominalizing suffix -ist can take a verbal base. This is the word typisttypist, which is derived from the verb typeto type.

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The suffix -ist usually takes nominal and adjectival bases. For more information, see the topic on -ist with noun as base.

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