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-jei
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The suffix -jei unproductively derives verbs from a few adjectives denoting a certain uncontrolled behaviour. An example is gekcrazy > gekjeieto poke fun (at). The suffix is a grammaticalization of the irregular verb jeieto hunt, and is therefore actually a suffixoid. Derived verbs still inflect according to this verb. Verbal and, most importantly, nominal bases also occur.

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More details about this suffix can be found in the topic on -jei with noun as base.

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