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Phrase as base
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Nominal suffixation on the basis of a phrase is exceptional. Only two suffixes are relevant. The most flexible one is -er, which denotes persons that can be further qualified by rather complex phrases. The suffix -guod has a collective meaning and preferably takes binomial expressions.

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More information can be found in the two topics dealing with the relevant suffixes:

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