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Adjective as base
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Three prefixes may derive verbs on the basis of a noun: be-, fer- and ûnt-. These are also the main verbal prefixes to take a verbal base. In an abstract sense, their main function is, respectively, addition, change and withdrawal of the property denoted by the base adjective.

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More details about the individual prefixes can be obtained by following the corresponding links. In alphabetical order:

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    phonology
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    morphology
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