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In one case, the suffix -man, a grammaticalization of the noun manman and therefore to be taken as a suffixoid, can take a pronoun as its base. This concerns ikmanegoist, which has been derived from the personal pronoun ikI.

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The suffix may also take other base categories; nouns are the most important ones. For more information, see -man with a noun as base.

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