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-guod
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In some cases, the suffix -guod takes a phrase as base. These particularly consist of binomial expressions, like leppel-en-foarkeguod[spoon and fork]-SUFFspoons and forks or pot-en-panguod[pot and pan]-SUFFpots and pans. Also combinations of adjective and noun may be qualified, for example opslûpen jongesguod[lanky boys]-SUFFlanky boys. The suffix derives nouns with a collective meaning. It developed from the noun guodstuff, and can thus be classified as a suffixoid.

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The suffix may also take adjectival and verbal bases, but in most cases, the base is a noun. See the topic on -guod with a noun as base for more information.

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