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The prefix ûnt- may derive verbs on the basis of nouns. Derivations with ûnt- have a privative semantics; they denote that the thing named in the base form is being removed. Examples are haadhead > ûnthaadzjeto behead and koarkcork > ûntkoarkjeto uncork.

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The prefix ûnt- may also take adjectives, and, most frequently, verbs. As the derivations on the basis of these categories have much in common, a more extensive treatment of this suffix can be found in ûnt- with verb as base, and more in particular in the section on nouns and adjectives as base.

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