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There is one suffix that can form adverbs on the base of verbs: -(e)lings. An example is roere to touch > roer(de)lings closely). The suffix is completely unproductive.


The suffix -(e)lings can also derive adverbs from nouns and, quite rarely, adverbs. More details about this suffix can be found in the topic on -(e)lings with noun as base.

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